Sounds like Tom Clancy's The Division enjoyed a fairly successful beta weekend. Just prior to all of that going down, though, Ubisoft released some details concerning their plans for supporting the title after it releases this March.
The staff picked 2015 Co-Op GOTY, Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide, is getting some new content, in both the free and paid variety. The free bit will include a new mode that should be familiar to anyone who's played a co-op game the past few years, while the paid content adds a new map for said mode.
There is no sweeter price in life than free and no sweeter feeling that you are getting something that others cannot. If you happen to be a resident of The United States of America you can use a free code to gain four new gear sets for Tom Clancy's The Division.
Three new DLC packs are on the way for DARIUSBURST Chronicle Saviours. Titled RayForce, Night Striker, and Metal Black, each of these are based around the video game of the same name that Taito developed/produced back in the day.
That latest DLC pack for PAYDAY 2 arrives bearing goats. Developer Overkill has teamed up with Coffee Stain Studios, the developers behind the bizarre Goat Simulator, to bring the Goat Simulator Heist. In addition to a new goat themed two-day heist, the DLC includes a new shotgun, four new farm-themed melee weapons, four new masks, and new patterns and materials.
Some games arrive and disappear like a mist on a cold morning, but some others hang around like that strange stain you have never quite managed to get out of the carpet. Dying Light is just like that stubborn stain, in that it refuses to go. Dying Light: The Following is the biggest expansion for the game yet and is out in February, a new trailer has been released to hype the train.
Yesterday, Amplitude Studios released the new Organic Matters update for their indie hit Dungeon of the Endless. The update is completely free and features a community-driven set of new content for the game. Alongside Organic Matters, Amplitude also released a paid content pack called Rescue Team.
The "Old Hunters" DLC arrives next Tuesday, November 24, for everyone's favorite action RPG, Bloodborne. If you've been looking forward to this new content and eagerly awaiting any news about the new weapons, then allow us to highlight for you the bowblade. Yep. It's a blade that turns into a bow.
For most of us, Star Wars Battlefront is not even out until tomorrow, but that has not stopped EA from announcing their Season Pass and providing some information on how the game will develop through 2016. As well as providing four new expansions packs, the Season Pass has an added incentive as these chosen users will get the new content two weeks earlier than anyone else.
It's that time of year when your favorite games drop in new content that is in some way, shape, or form, Halloween-themed. Such is the case with the free "Death Gamble" update to the cooperative dungeon crawler/defense title, Dungeon of the Endless, which adds a literal Death to the game (as opposed to the one against which you're figuratively battling throughout) that will offer players a very "special" deal.
I really liked the idea of Helldivers and I'm glad to see there's still some activity around the title in the form of new content being released from time-to-time. Today, they've released some new free content titled "Democracy Strikes Back," which includes a new mission type and increases the max rank from 20 to 50, as well as some paid content in the form of new classes.
Owners of the very charming, puzzle platforming Chariot on the Xbox One can now enjoy the new Royal Gadget DLC. This content adds five new gadgets to the game's existing repertoire and also allows you to play as the Royal Shopkeeper.
One of the biggest hits this summer was Psyonix's Rocket League. A smash-up of rocket-fueled cars and soccer had a chance to go terribly awry, yet the game proved to be as fun to play as the premise hinted at. Psyonix isn't done with the title, either, as there is new DLC arriving next month.