Star Wars Battlefront already looks better than the original trilogy, but with some shader tweaks and a resolution bump it gives real life a serious run for its credits. YouTuber jackfrags posted a video montage showing some of his adventures in Star Wars Battlefront using a modified version of shader injection tool SweetFX, 4K resolution, and whatever unthinkable monster of a gaming setup is capable of running all that at 60 frames per second.


Featuring all new gameplay modes and opportunities for luxury living, Executives and Other Criminals also includes new customizable apartments, stilt houses in the Vinewood Hills and the ultimate in executive excess: the extravagant, fully staffed and upgradeable Super Yacht.


It’s crazy when I realise that one day, perhaps not too far in the future, people will be able to build virtual theme parks, and other people will be able to visit them using VR.

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Developed exclusively for VR (virtual reality), Eagle Flight sends you to the skies of Paris to experience the freedom of flying like never before! With innovative and intuitive controls, you will quickly learn to perform impressive aerial maneuvers and engage in heart-pounding aerial dogfights in the blink of an eye.


Back in October Ubisoft surprised many of us with the reveal of a brand new Far Cry game, one that was set in the Stone Age and featured woolly mammoths and sabertooth tigers. At The Game Awards in Los Angeles last night, the developer provided an even better glimpse of Far Cry Primal with a new trailer.


Netherrealm is turning Mortal Kombat X into the fighting game that horror fans have wanted for a very long time, and they’re doing it one horror icon at a time. First, came Jason, followed by the Predator, and soon, they’ll be joined by Leatherface and a Xenomorph.


Modders claim it’s not just a visual enhancement, although that’s the first thing that leaps out at you, with its over-saturated colours and reflections. But as well as a visual and texture overhauls, The Pinnacle of V claims to increase population levels in Los Santos, add realistic vehicle handling, upgrade the weapons, increase environmental damage and make significant changes to melee fighting, amongst others.


Rainbow Six Siege is a unique first-person shooter where infiltrating Attackers and fortifying Defenders clash with high intensity in all-new, exciting tactical combat scenarios. In the destructible playgrounds of Siege, anything is possible, but only those who prize brains over bullets will prevail in the high-stakes game of teamwork and strategy.


“We made GTA V work on the 401cr motion system. It’s waaaay more fun than I expected, and hats off to Rockstar for the super-detailed physics. It’s brilliant stuff!” – Force Dynamics.

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Chinese game developer NetEase is working on this awesome looking online game, taking us back to ancient battle ground where the sword is king. Players get to control thousands of units as they storm castles, or defend their home turf!


EA SPORTS UFC 2 innovates with stunning character likeness and animation, adds an all new Knockout Physics System and authentic gameplay features, and invites all fighters to step back into the Octagon to experience the thrill of finishing the fight. From the walkout to the knockout, EA SPORTS UFC 2 delivers a deep, authentic, and exciting experience.

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To really get into the nuclear spirit of “Fallout 4,” Conan dons a skin-tight Vault Suit. Look out ladies of the post-apocalypse!

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The Burning Legion’s assault on Azeroth launches next summer. Get an early look at the coming invasion in the World of Warcraft: Legion opening cinematic


The official Call of Duty: Black Ops III live action trailer, directed by Wayne McClammy and featuring Michael B. Jordan, Cara Delevingne, and Marshawn Lynch, follows Kevin as he wall-runs, thrust jumps, and power slides through enemies and zombies on his way to glory. No matter who you are, there’s a soldier in all of us. Call of Duty: Black Ops III arrives globally on November 6th, 2015.


Need for Speed doesn’t officially release until next week, but EA Access members can actually enjoy the highly anticipated racing game right now on Xbox One. As is tradition with EA Access, members can enjoy 10 hours of a soon-to-be-released game five days early. With Need for Speed speeding towards its November 3rd release, the 10 hour trials is now available. And to celebrate, we’ve got a new launch trailer.


Before Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens finally reveals what (officially) happened in a galaxy far, far away, after Return of the Jedi, fans will have the opportunity to re-experience classic story moments in the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront. The game puts players on the ground during large scale battles between the Empire and the Rebellion, controlling the unnamed soldiers in the war for the galaxy. Will you play it?


Infinity: Battlescape is a multiplayer space sim involving hundreds of players split across three competing corporations of the Starfold Confederacy fighting for control of a procedurally generated, true to scale solar system filled with planets, moons, asteroid belts, and other celestial phenomenon. Seamless planetary transitions will bring combat from deep space to the surface of alien worlds. For more check out their Kickstarter.


Activision has released the “launch gameplay trailer” for Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Set to The Rolling Stone’s “Paint It Black,” the trailer shows off the shooter’s campaign mode, as well as its multiplayer and zombies components. There is even a brief glimpse of the character that the NFL’s Marshawn Lynch plays.