IGN has accidentally let the snake out of the bag.
According to a since-removed video on the site, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will be released worldwide September 1.
Platforms weren’t specified, but the game is in development on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC.
The seven-minute video was spotted by NeoGAF, and stars Metal Gear creator creator Hideo Kojima himself.
Capcom has added local co-op play to the PC edition of Resident Evil: Revelations 2.
Co-op play was initially removed from the PC version to ensure a stable user experience across a variety of different PC settings and devices.
However, the game was mistakenly advertised as containing co-op, and that slip-up resulted in 43 percent of the game’s Steam reviews being negative.
Mad Max will release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and SteamOS on September 5, Avalanche Studios has announced.
However, there is bad news for last-gen console owners: the game’s Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions have been cancelled.
According to Avalanche (Just Cause), Mad Max delivers open world gameplay in a post-apocalyptic setting where cars are the key to survival.
Epic has made Unreal Engine 4 available for free to anyone who wants to use it.
The engine can be used for any purpose any user sees fit, whether it be game development, education, architecture, and visualisation to VR, film and animation, said Epic. The only stipulation on the engine's use is a 5 percent royalty on gross revenue after the first US$3,000 per product, per quarter.
"It’s a simple arrangement in which we succeed only when you succeed," said Epic in a blog post.
Blizzard Entertainment is introducing a new gold market of sorts into World of Warcraft that it hopes will spell the end for third-party gold selling sites.
The WoW Token – coming to the game in a future patch – will allow players to exchange real money for gold, and gold for 30 days of game time in a secure and sanctioned way.
“We hope the Token can help make World of Warcraft a safer and more enjoyable game for all of our players,” said Blizzard.
Dean "Rocket" Hall has described his next game as "radical" and "unsafe".
A Kiwi, Hall created the hugely popular open-world zombie survival title DayZ. He has since left Bohemia Interactive and set up a new New Zealand studio in Dunedin called RocketWerkz.
In a new blog post, Hall has outlined the intent behind RocketWerkz's unannounced first title.
Netflix, the world's largest Internet television streaming service, will launch in New Zealand on March 24.
Internationally, Netflix offers a huge variety of original and syndicated programming. Original programming includes Bloodline, Daredevil, Marco Polo, and Sense8.
Two of Netflix's critically acclaimed original series, House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, will not be available on the service in New Zealand as those have already been licensed to Lightbox.
Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones is no longer a Wii U exclusive.
Curve Digital has announced that the stealth puzzle-platformer is coming to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, and PC in early April.
A sequel to Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark (AKA Stealth Bastard: Tactical Espionage Arsehole), Stealth Inc 2 expands on the action-platforming gameplay of the original, introducing a metroidvania style overworld, hidden secrets, customisable clones with a wide range of silly hats, and brand new gadgets and equipment to play with.
“In 2013, The Creative Assembly came close to conquering Rome. But this time around, and like Attila before them, they too have been beaten back at the gates.”
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