The Games Awards 2021 saw the announcement of many new video games, along with a closer look at some that had been announced in advance. Here’s our list of what to look out for.
According to new reports, Sony is planning to roll out its own version of the Xbox Game Pass, accessible to PlayStation gamers, possibly in 2022.
GLaDOS, the inimitable intelligent computer system from the Portal series of video games, has been recreated in real life thanks to some neat tech.
One the year’s most hotly anticipated video games has received a launch trailer just a week before it goes on sale, and it looks like it has been worth the wait for Halo fans.
Bethesda has given fans a peek behind the scenes at the incredible amount of detail that has gone into the development of Starfield, its new science fiction RPG.
Apparently there’s a Marvel-themed MMO game in the works, but in a surprise twist it will reportedly be made by the same team behind the DC Online Universe.
Last week, OnePlus announced a Special Edition of its Nord 2 smartphone, but without any pictures. Now we’ve got our hands on the device so you can see exactly what it looks like.
With major manufacturers warning of the ongoing problems of procuring those all-important chips, is Christmas as good as cancelled?
According to a reliable source, the production of PS5 consoles has been slashed, meaning that yet more potential customers could be disappointed once again.
The latest Call of Duty games features a callback to an earlier moment in the franchise, which swiftly became a classic internet meme.
The fantasy game based on the popular Harry Potter series will no longer be supported after 31 January 2022, its creator has announced.
Apple is apparently planning to launch a “mixed reality” headset in the near future, according to reports from a well-regarded source.