Grab your trench clubs and get ready to go back to WWI in Battlefield 1
It looks like the rumors are true and we'll be going back in time to World War I in the upcoming Battlefield 5.A retail promotional poster was also found on Reddit, showing the same image and confirming the title of the upcoming entry as Battlefield 1.
According to a press release found on Business Wire, 500 fans of The Legend of Zelda will be selected to play the upcoming Wii U title from June 14th to June 19th.By standing outside the Nintendo NY Store on June 11th.
The event will be free, and fans will also receive special PlayStation goods, including an E3 Coca-Cola Experience Cup, #37 PlayStation Collectible Card, and digital gift basket.There will be a waitlist for when tickets run out in any of the 85 locations.
To celebrate its birthday week, the game is getting a fresh update that includes new creatures, XP-buffing birthday cakes, and a new dragon boss fight.These organisms can severely debilitate their host with infections like "Swamp Fever", and require precision blade-work or an open flame to shake off.
Next Splatoon, Splatfest is this weekend!Players can pick their Splatfest teams at the Splatfest booth in the plaza prior to the Splatfest itself.
The Pokémon Company International made an important announcement earlier today for anyone attending the Pokémon World Championships 2016 in San Francisco next week – for the first time ever, the event will be closed to the general public.Many fans are likely to be dismayed at hearing this change in entry regulations, but all is not lost.
And, to tie into the even, Blizzard has kindly released a new motion comic.Although brief, we do get some new information from them about the lore of Overwatch from them.
These gyms are not really like the gyms in the cartoons or games; they just share a name.The Gym Cup works a lot like you're playing a random person online, but instead of being rewarded you're givien a box with a 1.
Set to be released on February 15, this new champion's name is Raigon.The event has a total prize pool of $10,000 and will be running simultaneously in Europe and North America.
Looking to bring some humor and joviality to Tamriel, The Jester's Festival has made its presence known in ESO.With an introduction quest featuring pie as a reward, you may wonder what is in it for you?