Deep Silver has unveiled plans for a Season Pass for 4A Games' Metro: Last Light. Included in the package of upcoming DLC are additions to the storyline, as well as "interesting tools" for fans to explore the game.
The packs will be releasing over the coming summer, with the Faction and Chronicles Packs adding new and original gameplay. There's also a solo challenge for veterans.
EA's Frank Gibeau has confirmed that the publisher will be talking about their Star Wars plans during E3. DICE has recently setup a new studio in Los Angeles to tackle the licensing partnership.
They'll be showcasing Battlefield 4, Need for Speed, their EA Sports catalogue as well as a "first look at our plans" for the Star Wars universe. EA is releasing 11 major titles in fiscal 2014.
If there's a reason for gamers not to worry about being able to buy or sell used games without having a fee charged to them, GameStop has provided one, since the videogame retailer has made much of its profits in buying and selling them.
Electronic Arts has announced that Battlefield 4 will be coming to the Xbox One, and will be released on all platforms including PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 as well on the 29th October 2013.
Activision has unveiled the new story trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts which debuted at Microsoft's Xbox One reveal event. Developer Infinity Ward showed off the impressive tech that would be going into the PC and next-gen console of the trailer, as well as a Fable-like companion dog.
Voice actor Kevin Conroy recently said at Dallas Comic Con he was Batman once again, which led everyone more or less to believe he was reviving his role in Batman: Arkham Origins due out this fall. Not so.
Arkham Origins' Batman is to be voice by Ezio Auditore's Roger Craig Smith. Conroy apparently is voicing Batman in a "new Arkham game coming soon," so at least we have that.
Dun-dun-duuuun. Car manufacturer McLaren seems to have something to do with the likes of Microsoft's Next Xbox event later today - so it could be Forza Motorsport or Project Gotham related right?
Well, Need for Speed's Facebook also posted a picture of a McLaren to "brighten up" our day, and given that EA and Microsoft are said to be very cosy over the next Xbox for exclusives...
It begins. Ubisoft has just detailed the first lot of pre-order incentives for their upcoming hacker vigilante sandbox that is Watch Dogs. So far only US -based bonuses have been detailed by Ubisoft.
They include Gamestop and Amazon offering exclusive missions, as well as some boosts in-game. There are also weapons and an outfit. Watch Dogs is out mid-November.
EA Sports has revealed a new Owner Mode for Madden NFL 25, which will put the player in the role of either a new owner or an established owner of an NFL team like Jerry Jones or Bill Polian.
Electronic Arts has confirmed that FIFA 14 and the next-generation UFC game will be debuting at Microsoft's next-gen console reveal event today.
Devolver Digital is rebooting Shadow Warrior, the infamously politically incorrect (to the point of offensive) first person shooter from 1997, but will be ditching the racism and sexism from the game - as well as multiplayer.
The Angry Birds movie already has some respected talent backing it, including Despicable Me producer John Cohen and Iron Man producer and former Marvel Studios chairman David Maisel, and now it has added Emmy Award-winning comedy writer Jon Vitti.
After a failed attempt to modernize Call of Juarez, the series returns to its Old West roots with Gunslinger, with plenty of quick draws and black hats to spare. The game is out for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Sony has released a new teaser trailer for the PlayStation 4, and by teaser we mean tease, since it's just a blurry shot of the console from afar, and a ton of quick cuts of closeups of the console.
Lo Wang is back as Devolver Digital has announced a remake of the classic 1997 3D Realms shooter Shadow Warrior. The game is being developed by Flying Wild Hog, which made the sci-fi shooter Hard Reset.
After the disaster that was the collapse of 38 Studios, the Kingdoms of Amalur franchise was left gagged and bound in some obscure cabinet, but now Rhode Island is preparing to sell it off to those interested.
Apparently there are a number of people sniffing around the IP, which analyst Michael Pachter appraises to be worth around $20 million. Rhode Island was left $130m in debt.
The full CGI rumble between Batman and Deathstroke has been released by Warner Brothers, and it's full of fist punches, broken blades, sniper shots, dockyards and villainous boasting.
They've already revealed that Deathstroke is to be a "fully playable character" in challenge mode if you get the Deathstroke pre-order pack. Batman: Arkham Origins releases October 25th.
In a Rockstar Newswire post talking about the new Crews system they introduced with Max Payne 3, the studio teases in their opening line that "first info" about GTA V online is due out soon for fans to digest.
They say a whole slew of Crews are "rallying, preparing and raring to go" with some interesting emblems. Rockstar has said that Crews would 'carry over' into GTA V.
Capcom may very well be announcing Resident Evil 7 next month at E3 in California if an alleged promotional poster still in the design phase is to be believed. It's best you keep that rumour-mill salt lick nearby.
Again, if the poster is to be believed, then Resi Evil 7 has the tag 'The War Ends Now'. Of course this could all be some 12-year-old on a sugar high playing around with Photoshop.
In response to criticisms over the development of X-Men: Destiny, former Silicon Knights boss Denis Dyack has decided to 'clear the air' over certain issues, like allegations of 'diverted funds' away from X-Men.
He sat down with Activision all that time ago and revealed to them how the studio spent $2m more "than what we had been paid," so the studio put its own money into the project.