From bugs to hovercrafts to a toxic player base, Battlefield 2042’s launch has been different from the version I played for review.
Nintendo once again mines our nostalgia with Mario Party Superstars, but at least we’re getting something good out of it.
Battlefield 2042 introduces a ton of changes to the franchise’s tried and true formula. It isn’t the first time that’s happened.
All the pieces are there, but will they come together in the final game?
Ubisoft is sticking to the tried and true formula of big, dumb, explosive, nihilistic fun. Here’s our hands-on preview.
I think Ubisoft stole my diary.
Battlefield Portal will let you re-experience maps from Battlefields 3, 1942, and Bad Company 2, but like you’ve never seen them before.
I’ve been playing State of Decay 2 on and off for years and never had a character die. With the game’s most recent update, it feels like an inevitability.
DICE seems like it’s on the right track with the next Battlefield game, but after Battlefield V, I’ll believe it when I see it.
Procedural generation runs the risk of erasing Fallujah.