Someday You’ll Return Reveals the New Remembrance Trailer

Today, CBE Software brings you a new look at their unsettling new game, Someday You’ll Return with the Remembrance trailer. Someday You’ll Return is a narrative-driven psychological horror game with strong adventure elements. You play Daniel, father of Stela, your runaway daughter. While trying to find her, you’re forced by events to return to a place that you swore never return to, the ancient Moravian forests. In the new Remembrance trailer, Daniel deals with events from his past. While the story contains strong horror elements it’s not always the most…

Black Desert Online continues 3rd anniversary celebrations!

Today Pearl Abyss and Kakao Games have announced the activities that will conclude the 3rd anniversary celebrations that started two weeks ago. The Black Desert Online community can look forward to some of the best in-game events that have been organised in recent history, offering coveted rewards for all who participate. Glimmering Old Moon event To kick off this week’s celebrations, there will be the Glimmering Old Moon event that will start on the 14th of March up until the 10th of April. Here, players can engage in daily Challenges…

War Thunder: Update 1.87 ‘Locked on!’ Adds Vehicle Radar, SAM Systems, New Supersonic Jets – and the M1A1 Abrams

Gaijin Entertainment announces the release of Content Update 1.87 ‘Locked on!’ for the military vehicle online game War Thunder. It adds radar systems as a new game mechanic for aircraft, helicopters and tanks as well as more than 30 new vehicles to the game. The extensive list of new machines includes the first French helicopters, new cruisers and destroyers, the first ground vehicles of the new Rank VII as well as the first surface-to-air missile (SAM) system, the Soviet 2S6 ‘Tunguska’. Radar systems are a new game mechanic introduced to…

Wargaming and Frag Lab Announce Development of a New Next-Gen F2P MMO Shooter Built with Amazon Game Tech

Today, Wargaming is proud to announce that the company is partnering with Ukrainian developers Frag Lab to build a next-generation free-to-play shooter using nearly a dozen Amazon Web Services (AWS) products, Amazon GameLift dedicated server hosting, and the Amazon Lumberyard AAA game engine. Frag Lab is a 125-strong studio, based in Kiev, established by a team that previously worked on the Crysis franchise, Battlefield 2 and most recently, Warface, a free-to-play online first-person shooter. “When Frag Lab approached us with their vision of what they wanted to develop, we felt…