The Best Reasons to Nab the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Havoc Pack
The first downloadable content pack for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is here, and we’re as excited as you are. This is more than just a map pack; the Havoc DLC features a ton of content to get your juices flowing. Check out all the cool stuff you’ll find when you load up: Havoc comes with four new maps, each vastly different from one other. You’ve got the radiated Gobi desert nuclear facility in Core; the snow-lined streets of Drift, a ski resort town in the Rocky Mountains; a creepy, abandoned, clown-themed motel, appropriately named Sideshow; and finally, Urban – a futuristic, highly vertical city.
Battlefield Hardline’s Open Multiplayer Beta Hits Xbox One Next Week
Ready for one of the most thrilling Battlefield experiences in the series’ long history? It’s a game of cops versus criminals in Battlefield Hardline – and you can get a taste of the action next week. From February 3-8, developer Visceral Games and publisher Electronic Arts will hold an open multiplayer beta on Xbox One, which features three different modes that unfold across a trio of maps. Hotwire mode tasks the criminal team with stealing marked cars, while the cops attempt to pursue and repossess them, leading to some awesome high-speed chases. The new Heist mode – as you might guess – involves the criminals attempting to break into a bank vault and evade the cops.
Braving The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's First Three Hours
Our recent hands-on session with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt didn't begin on a beast-infested battlefield, but in a bathtub. That's right: The titular monster-slayer – fabled for his ability to silence the most lethal abominations from behind a silver blade – is enjoying a hot soak at the game's start. But CD Projekt RED's ambitious action-role-playing game needn't open with an epic battle sequence to prove its protagonist's creature-crushing prowess. No, that point is more effectively conveyed by the quick glimpse we catch of Geralt of Rivia's bare back; a tapestry of ugly scars stretching from his shoulders to his waist, the old wounds say more than any combat encounter ever could.
Xbox One and Windows 10 Gamers Can Play Together in Fable Legends
The next installment of Lionhead Studios’ award-winning Fable series, Fable Legends, is coming to Xbox One and Windows 10 this year, bringing players back to the epic fantasy world of Albion for more adventure, exploration, and monster-slaying. And this time, you’re not alone: You can play Fable Legends with up to four of your friends online, across both platforms. That’s right: Whether you’re playing on your Xbox One or on the home PC, you can journey across Albion together as the most heroic band of adventurers the land has ever seen, or go it alone as the villain and command a vast army of minions in real-time. Check out the brand-new video above for more details from the team at Lionhead, and get ready to live out some truly amazing tales when Fable Legends debuts later this year.
Calling all Sunset Overdrive Overachievers: New Achievements and Savings
Like all important life lessons taught in video games, Sunset Overdrive strives to provide a deeper connection to fans by offering a meaningful and enriching – ah who are we kidding? We really just want to challenge players to have more fun while air dashing all over Sunset City and sowing mayhem with the TNTeddy. To help and reward you intrepid funseeking, gamerscore and achievement hunters, Insomniac Games has upped the ante announcing today that they have added three new Buck National themed challenges with each achievement worth 25 gamerscore points. See below for more details on these challenges and achievements and stay tuned for more new achievements in the coming months and the next explosive new add-on pack soon.