The sixth World of Warcraft expansion taking place on the Broken Isles with a new Demon Hunter hero class and a level 110 level cap.
The Horizon Festival goes to Australia.
EA's association football game for 2016 runs on the Frostbite engine.
Konami's long-running soccer franchise returns for a 2016 release. It uses the Fox Engine and introduces a new mechanic called Real Touch.
Nintendo announces a wedding-themed event coming to Fire Emblem Heroes, which adds four new female characters in their exclusive “Bridal Blessings” costumes.
Sledgehammer Games CEO and co-founder Glen Schofield confirms that Call of Duty: WW2 features Operation Cobra, the largest aerial bombardment during World War II.
Sony Interactive Entertainment officially ceases the manufacturing and production of the PlayStation 3 console in Japan, marking the system’s end of life in the country.
After watching tons of World of Warcraft players attempt the super hole-in-one leap, Blizzards heads to a rooftop in Dalaran, throws on a Murloc skin, and tries to get in on the craze.
The newest trailer for ARMS asks players to join in the fight and puts a focus on the local multiplayer matches that will be available with one or more Switch consoles.
The developer NetherRealm Studios officially releases a new trailer promoting its Wonder Woman event for the DC Comics-inspired fighting game Injustice 2.
The Xbox One version of Friday the 13th: The Game lacks an important day one update on the platform, putting it out of sync with its PC and PlayStation 4 counterparts.
In a recent interview, Vicarious Visions producer Kara Massie hints at the possibility of there eventually being a remaster for Naughty Dog’s Crash Team Racing.