Entries in 'fps' (20)
Cliff Bleszkinski’s studio Boss Key has unveiled LawBreakers, an upcoming free-to-play multiplayer FPS to be published by Nexon.
1080, 60 – two simple numbers that some believe can spell success or doom for video games.
It’s little surprise that the shooter genre continues to be one of the biggest games markets in the world. MCV locks and loads
The upcoming PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC editions of Grand Theft Auto V will offer a first-person mode,
Warframe developer Digital Extremes has announced China-based companies Multi Dynamic Games and Perfect Online Holding have combined to acquire the majority of shares in the studio.
First-person medieval combat title Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is coming to last-gen consoles.
Doom creator John Romero has criticised the lack of creativity in the Call of Duty series and argued that first person shooter developers need to start thinking differently.
One of the first person shooting genre’s founding fathers is working on a brand new FPS.
2K and Gearbox Software have announced Battleborn, a first-person shooter MOBA for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
Harmonix has said that its free-to-play shooter Chroma needs a significant rethink.
Time-bending FPS Superhot is already a quarter of the way toward its brand new $100,000 Kickstarter goal.
CCP has revealed a new first-person shooter from the same team working on its free-to-play console multiplayer game Dust 514.
Square Enix’s Thief is the latest game to run at a lower resolution on Xbox One than it does on PS4.
It is being claimed that Tomb Raider is the next big release to enjoy a notable performance advantage on PS4.
Tencent's free-to-play shooter CrossFire brought in revenues of nearly $1 billion in 2013.
Painkiller and Deadfall Adventures dev confirms new FPS for 2015.
Creative Assembly is making a first person Alien shooter for Sega.
Sony says that “major FPS creators” were consulted on the design of the PS4’s DualShock 4 joypad.
Superhot has become the fastest game ever to be greenlit on Steam’s Greenlight service.
PS4 architect Mark Cerny has shed new light on Sony’s DualShock 4, stating that it was made to please FPS fans and revealing that at one point Sony had considered ...