The Toys have returned to Heroes of the Storm, beginning this week and ending after winter basically concludes, way forward in March, which will give you plenty of time to complete the quests and earn the loot. Much like last year, these quests take place on aboard, and once you’ve completed a round of objectives,…

Well, we knew that Dauntless was coming to the Switch, but we really didn’t know when. It’s today, like right now. Like, go download it. The official Nintendo Indie World Showcase showcased (hehe) a ton of indie games, including the launch of Dauntless. Better yet, you can play it with people on any platform, from…

Bethesda announced today that Elder Scrolls Legends would no longer be receiving any new content, at least in the West. For Asia, since another company handles the game, so it will continue to receive updates. Bethesda will still be supporting the game, and it will remain online (for now at least), as well as still…

Gwent launched on PC in 2017 and consoles a bit later than that. More recently, however, the game also launched on iOS mobile devices, with Android coming later. Unfortunately, it seems as though the PC and mobile versions of Gwent are the most popular, and the console version of the game is simply languishing off…

It’s time for another free offering from the Epic Game Store, and this time around, it lines up pretty well with the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Grab Ubisoft’s Rayman Legends (regularly $29.99) from now until December 6th, and get platforming. For the unfamiliar, Rayman Legends is a 2D, side-scrolling platformer from 2013. Head over to the…

2K Games announced recently that Battleborn would be shut down later rather than sooner. How much later? Well, January 2021, to be exact. Granted, the game hasn’t received any content for a while (over two years at this point), but the game was sticking around in a free-to-play form. But it does appear that some…

During ExileCon this year, Grinding Gear of Games had a bevy of announcements, the biggest of which being the unveiling of Path of Exile 2. Now, because you go all sequel-crazy (an actual medical condition), do know that this is what was previously referred to as Path of Exile 4.0. That update had grown to…