For a game that’s based on the world of Robert E. Howard’s Conan the Barbarian, Conan Exiles has remarkably little to do with any part of that universe. It’s a big, open-world survival sim that sticks true to its initial hardcore vision to a fault. When you combine the steep learning curve of a deep
Monster Hunter World‘s PC release may still be a few months away, but players looking for a fun alternative can now take down towering monsters together in Dauntless. Phoenix Labs’ free-to-play action RPG has entered open beta, meaning everyone can download and begin playing it free of charge–although you may have some trouble connecting to
For Season 4 Battle Pass owners, Tuesdays are an exciting day in Fortnite. A new set of weekly challenges is released, and although you have the full season to complete them, players are eager to get them done and earn new rewards. That process is about to become a more pleasant one, thanks to one
Rainbow Six Siege‘s big Operation Para Bellum update is right around the corner, and now some players are able to try it out a little early. Ahead of its release next month, Ubisoft has deployed the Para Bellum update on Siege’s test server, giving PC players a chance to test out its new features before
H1Z1 is joining Fortnite and seeing big success in bringing the battle royale genre to PS4. Players are embracing the game, which just had its first console launch on May 22, and within 24 hours it had amassed more than 1.5 million players. H1Z1 is more realism-focused than Fortnite, along the lines of PUBG, which
Fortnite continues to evolve, and its developers are giving a sneak peek into some big new additions to the game coming in the near future on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and iOS. Following a big new content update that introduced jetpacks to the game, Epic Games has released its fifth State of Development as a
Pokemon Go players have a handful Legendaries to add to their collections right now, but another one will soon be available in the game. Developer Niantic announced that it will roll out a new batch of research quests next week, which can lead to an encounter with the Legendary Ice-type Articuno. Beginning June 1 at
Battlefield 1943 is the latest to be added to Xbox One’s backward compatibility list. The 2009 game was a value release that was only distributed digitally, but it picked up a strong following thanks to delivering lots of the Battlefield experience in a smaller package. Larry Hryb (aka Major Nelson) announced the addition via Twitter.