Xbox One Destiny players eager to check out the game's PlayStation 4-exclusive content will have to wait another year before they get their chance, as publisher Activision has extended its PlayStation platform exclusivity period.
As Bungie wraps up development on Destiny's forthcoming Rise of Iron expansion, publisher Activision is readying an all-in-one retail package that features all of the game's add-on content released to date.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance recently got a re-release on both current-gen consoles and the PC, but the latter platform's version is less than ideal. Publisher Activision has pledged to fix the game's bugs and DLC issues.
Activision plots a massive superhero team-up this week, with newly remastered PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions of its classic action RPGs Marvel Ultimate Alliance and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is taking the shooter franchise far into the future, but it won't feature an extraterrestrial enemy. Developer Infinity Ward previously included aliens in Call of Duty: Ghost's "Extinction" mode.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s demo at Sony’s E3 press conference suggests that the series may finally be moving forward, with an emphasis on spaceship combat and quick maneuvering instead of cover-heavy shooting.