From Fallout 4 and Far Cry 5, to Cloak and Dagger, Apple's Neural Engine, Google's Jamboard, and what might have been for the Lumia 950, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
The second episode of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Telltale series has received its release date. Titled Under Pressure, the studio revealed that the episode will launch on June 6.
The brand new announcement trailer for Far Cry 5 has just been released by Ubisoft. In this newest Far Cry installment, a fictional doomsday cult will be opposing the player in Hope County, Montana.
Having enjoyed success on the SNES, the latest edition of Street Fighter II has launched on the Nintendo Switch with new play modes, characters, and a choice between modern and classic graphics.
ARMS will arrive on the Nintendo Switch starting on June 16. If you want to try it out, you can download the demo from the eShop and start playing this weekend during its Global Testpunch event.
Hamster Corporation has ported another Neo Geo classic to the Xbox One in the form of World Heroes 2. While prices will vary by region, the beat 'em up title is now available for purchase.
As a part of the Humble Store's Spring Sale Encore promotion, the tactical first-person shooter, Rising Storm Game of the Year Edition is available to claim for free during the next two days.
Xbox One players with Gold membership can now try out Fallout 4 in its entirety for free until Sunday. The free weekend will also commence on Steam later today, with discounts on both platforms.
If you've been eager to get started using Microsoft's subscription service, the time has almost arrived. Starting June 1, the service will go live for all Xbox owners, granting access to 100+ games.
The May content drop for Titanfall 2 is arriving next week, Respawn has announced. The Monarch Reigns update will drop with a brand new Titan, Relic as a new map, Crashsite improvements, and more.
A brand new Overwatch seasonal event celebrating its one-year anniversary is now in effect, with Blizzard implementing three new arena maps along with over a hundred unlockable cosmetic items.
Some members from Squad, the development team behind the popular space flight simulation game, Kerbal Space Program, have joined Valve around six months ago, the company has confirmed.
A new blog post by Rockstar Games has announced that the upcoming Red Dead Redemption sequel has been delayed to 2018. The highly anticipated game will now arrive sometime in spring next year.
Grimoire Cards will not be making an appearance in Destiny 2, a Bungie developer has revealed. The collectible cards will be replaced with story elements told via adventures, characters, and missions.
Ubisoft revealed its first trailer for its upcoming title, Far Cry 5. While there isn't much in the way of details, the trailer does give us a look at the bizarre setting of Hope County, Montana.
Following the success of 'The Angry Birds Movie' - which earned around $350 million at the box office - Rovio has announced that a sequel is in production, due to be released in September 2019.
The fifth installment in Telltale's 'The Walking Dead: A New Frontier' is set to be released on Xbox One, PS4, PC, and mobile devices on May 30, and will serve as the culmination of the season.
With a month to go until E3 2017, Microsoft has discounted the price of some of its 1TB Xbox One S bundles. The new promotion can be found on the Microsoft site and also other participating retailers.
With Alpha 3.0.0 looming on the horizon, Star Citizen now has over $150 million in funding thanks to its community, bringing it closer than ever to becoming the highest crowd-funded project ever.
From Android O and Android Go, to WannaCry woes, HTC's new squeeze, Apple anticipation, holo-Cortana, a passing Moment, and virtual headcrabs, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
The now nine year-old medieval role-playing game, Mount & Blade, is being given away for free by GOG, with the promotion lasting until May 21. The entire Mount & Blade series is also discounted.
Nvidia's latest addition to its graphics card line-up is an affordable GPU, designed primarily for the e-sports space. The GeForce GT 1030 has 2GB GDDR5 video memory, and starts at just $69.99.
The PC version of Destiny 2 will be skipping Steam and will only be available via Blizzard's Battle.net client. The PC version may also be delayed to launch after Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Gwent's closed beta is coming to an end next week, CD Project RED has announced, with a public beta kicking off on May 22 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. All closed beta progress will be wiped.
After months of teasing its latest title, Destiny 2, Bungie will finally give folks a glimpse of actual gameplay footage. The livestream will take place today at 10am PT. Destiny 2 arrives on Sept 8.
The Fractured But Whole was originally due to launch on December 6, before it was postponed until Q1 2017, and then delayed again earlier this year. But today, a new release date was announced.
After a Reddit user pointed out that using chocolate chip cookies to breed birds in Minecraft could lead to children poisoning birds in real life, the game will now use seeds instead for the task.
Dead in Bermuda is now available for free via EA's latest On the House promotion. The game is a survival strategy game and replaces the previous offer's free games, Theme Hospital and Syberia II.
Netflix has announced that a TV show based on the popular 'The Witcher' franchise is being developed. It will stay true to the source material and themes of the books that the games are based on .
2005's Phantom Dust is now available on Xbox One and Windows 10 as an Xbox Play Anywhere title with a range of improvements. The game now includes Xbox Live integration, widescreen support, and more.
The console version of Redout is finally on its way. Redout: Lightspeed Edition is set to include all previous DLC released for the PC version of the game, as well as a brand new split-screen mode.
Microsoft's Backward Compatibility Super Sale is now in effect, featuring over 275 backward compatible Xbox 360 games. The sale boasts up to 75% discounts on games and lasts until May 22.
In a surprise announcement, Ubisoft has confirmed that gamers will be able to get their hands on new titles from the Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, The Crew, and South Park franchises before April 2018.
The Games with Gold program's second round of titles for May are now available. Xbox Live Gold members can now grab Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris and Lego Star Wars: TCS for free.
Leading on from Miitomo and Super Mario Run, two more franchises could be making their way to mobile platforms in a bid by Nintendo to boost revenue and entice casual gamers to buy its hardware.
According to a rumor, the dates for Steam's Summer Sale have been leaked. The promotion starts around the same period of time last year. Expect massive discounts on thousands of games.
Microsoft announced the results of its first-ever Windows Developer Awards that recognizes and highlights the "outstanding work" that several developers have accomplished over the past year.
Some leaked internal Microsoft documents have revealed some rather interesting details about Xbox One owners in the US, such as the fact that 58% gamers are male, whereas 42% are female.
343 Industries has confirmed that Halo 6 won't be shown off at E3 2017. However, the developer has hinted that it'll have "a little something" packed instead for the biggest gaming event of the year.
A brand new city building game set on Mars has been announced by Paradox Interactive. Surviving Mars will have players balancing the game's city-building aspects with the management of its colonists.
Psychological horror game Alan Wake, its associated DLC, and Alan Wake's American Nightmare have been discounted by 90% on digital stores ahead of the original game's removal after the weekend.
A modding project is aiming to bring HTC VIve and Oculus Rift VR headset support for Half-Life 2. The Half-Life 2: VR mod is currently on Steam Greenlight, and will be completely free of charge.
From the Build conference, to hackers with confidence, to games, Microsoft Fluent Design, and the return of OneDrive placeholders, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Rainbow Six Siege's upcoming Hong Kong season has been delayed by Ubisoft to make room for a three-month game improvement period starting this month, which the developer has titled, Operation Health.
Minecraft has made its way to the Nintendo Switch, bringing an exclusive "Super Mario Mash-Up Pack", extra worlds, and skin packs, among other things. The title runs at 720p with 60fps.
Alan Wake will no longer be purchasable after May 15, with Remedy Entertainment announcing that the game's music license has expired. The game's Steam version will be 90% discounted starting May 13.
Payday 2 is getting an Ultimate Edition as Overkill Software has decided it will give away all future game updates for free. The developer also announced a Payday 2 VR mode arriving free for the PC.
News has emerged that another title in the cult-classic stealth-based video game series, 'Thief', is currently in development. A Hollywood adaptation of the franchise is also in the works.
It appears that Microsoft is working on a major massively multiplayer online VR/MR game for both the PC and the console. According to a job listing, the company is looking for a senior design manager.
Elder Scrolls Online's new Morrowind expansion will be available to existing PC and Mac players two weeks earlier than everyone else on May 22, with the official launch slated for June 6.