In our first look at Resident Evil 7 biohazard’s next piece of downloadable content, Not a Hero, series stalwart Chris Redfield is back to business as usual. Capcom dropped a gameplay trailer for the upcoming free episode during this year’s Tokyo Game Show, and it’s sure to be a familiar sight to longtime Resident Evil fans.


Call of Duty: WW2 looks to remain historically accurate with no shortage of gruesome imagery. While not explicitly revealed, this trailer seems to tease a stage set around a concentration camp with one character interrogated by a Nazi commander before being forced onto a train. Grueling stuff!


Survivors have their work cut out for them—if they don’t get cut up first—on the slasher video game Dead by Daylight, as an iconic cinematic killer, Leatherface from The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, has joined the video game’s ranks on Steam.


South Park: The Fractured But Whole does a very on-brand thing with its character creator’s difficulty setting slider, based on Eurogamer’s playthrough of the upcoming role-playing game. Characters become dark-skinned on the hardest end of the spectrum, a cosmetic effect meant as a bit of social satire. Check it out.


Scorn is an atmospheric first-person horror adventure game set in a nightmarish universe of odd forms and somber tapestry. It is designed around the idea of “being thrown into the world”. Isolated and lost inside this dream-like world, you will explore different interconnected regions in a non-linear fashion. The unsettling environment is a character itself. Every location contains its own theme (story), puzzles and characters that are integral in creating a cohesive lived-in world.


Summer 1988 and your mum has just rented the coolest new game for your Kingbit Entertainment System. As you play over the course of the day it becomes apparent something is different about this game than the other games you own. Re-live a slice of childhood as you transported to an eerily familiar memory and play out the dark story that unfolds over a single day/night as your imagination takes over.


Are you getting excited about the upcoming launch of space-shooter Destiny 2? If the impactful shared-world experience doesn’t grab you and the themed PS4 Pro bundle is out of your reach, this new trailer might help ratchet up your anticipation.


EA has been very active to market the upcoming Need for Speed and now EA has rolled out a new video showcasing Need For Speed: Payback Offroad gameplay. This Need For Speed: Payback Offroad gameplay gives us a good look at the off-road racing and also reveals that characters will pass some remark depending on their situation and position in the race. As you can see in the gameplay video, the character remarked a few times while overtaking its opponents.


The first-of-its-kind location based augmented reality mobile game will hit Apple App Store and Google Play soon. Fight walkers on the streets, in the park, on your sofa, wherever and whenever you feel like it.


Earlier today IGN released a 10 minute gameplay video of what the game will be like when you reach the higher levels with your assassin. Ashraf Ismail, director of the game gets us through an end game area where he tries to take on the enemies while under levelled to show fans the way the game is different from the previous ones on the franchise.


In PUBG you can play solo, in a team of 2, or a team of 4. You can see in the top left that he playing squads and the rest of his team is dead. The Chinese players that he sees have intentionally joined the same game with the same clothes so that they can group up. Wearing the same clothes is the only way they can tell they are friends because the game only shows your 3 other team members names and everyone else is just an unmarked character.


With a name that’s a nod to an early classic from the Rockstar Games catalog, Smuggler’s Run opens up the air corridors above Los Santos and Blaine County, providing new business opportunities while introducing a range of planes, choppers and even ultralights as highly viable options for transporting criminal cargo across the state – simultaneously opening up some creative new methods of dispatching any rival gangs along the way.


Nintendo’s obsession with shrinking down history seems to be gaining momentum, starting with the NES Classic Mini and now moving on to the SNES Classic Mini. The Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Edition became available to pre-order in America yesterday after a wait of almost two months. Stock at Best Buy, Target, Amazon, Walmart and GameStop all sold out within minutes – with none of these leading retailers taking pre-orders today.


The BMW M5 has been described as having tons of power with enough speed and good looks to serve as a top notch ride in the world of Payback. Need for Speed Payback releases on November 10th for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. It will feature a large open world with three playable characters, heists and an offline single-player mode.


Set on the beach of Normandy, this military mingling map has a variety of activities to engage in. You can try your hand at the firing range, man anti-air defenses, compete in a 1v1 firing pit, or watch live matches in a theater. As with other multiplayer modes, you’ll be able to earn XP and rewards as you engage in various Headquarters challenges.


EA brought out a car on stage at gamescom 2017 for Need for Speed Payback, but we also got to watch some new action-heavy footage. The video is short, and follows the same style established in the E3 2017 reveal, with quick cuts and not a lot to chew on. Regardless, it still looks good. We also get to see three new tactics the police will be be utilising to hunt down players. These are helicopters, kill switches, and a new vehicle called the rhino.


The E3 demo for Far Cry 5 showed a nice slice of everything we’ll be doing in the game, but today’s video is even better. This new video has an extended look at the same demo, taking alternate paths to show things the original demo did not. Though the developer commentary mentions it’s the same demo, it’s showing completely new gameplay. Check it out!


With its release date just months away, Ubisoft has unveiled a new trailer for the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Origins. Taking place in ancient Egypt, the cinematic trailer showcases a few of the historical figures that will be appearing in the game, such as Cleopatra and Ptolemy. The story puts players in control of Bayek, the main protagonist and a member of the Medjah, a police group in ancient Egypt.