Entries in 'release date' (152)
System 3’s popular RTS building franchise will return 20 years after it first launched.
Microsoft will release the two remaining versions of the Xbox One S in the UK next month.
Square Enix has confirmed rumours that upcoming RPG Final Fantasy XV will be released two months later than planned.
It’s finally here. In the US, anyway.
Sony is planning to officially detail the PlayStation Neo at a New York Event on September 7th, if reports are to be believed.
PC’s critical hit Xcom 2 has been pushed back a few weeks on PS4 and Xbox One.
Xbox One and PC critical hit Inside should be out on PS4 before the end of August.
No Man’s Sky won’t quite launch day and date on PC and PS4.
Batman: The Telltale Series will be out in just a couple of weeks.
The Xbox One S will debut on August 2nd, Microsoft has now confirmed.
UK gamers may not have long to wait to get their hands on the official release of Pokemon Go.
Having previously been due out at the end of July, Warner’s HD Batman collection Return to Arkham may be far further off then expected.
Well this is a surprise – one report has claimed that PS4 Neo WILL be released in 2016, despite its E3 no-show.
As was rumoured, Rise of Iron will be the big Destiny in the latter half of the year.
The latest entry in Atlus’ cult JRPG Persona series will be hitting American shelves at the start of 2017.
One of the best looking upcoming PS4 exclusives won’t be released this year.
Much-hyped space exploration outing No Man’s Sky has been pushed back by as much as two months, rumours suggest.
The director of The Taken King has been put in charge of Destiny 2 development.
US gamers who intend to buy the physical version of Blizzard’s Overwatch will be able to get their hands on the game a day early.
Almost three years on from its successful Kickstarter, Mighty No. 9 might actually be on track for a release.
Nintendo will shun a global rollout in favour of releasing the NX in its home country of Japan first, DFC Intelligence expects.
The longstanding rumour has been confirmed – Nintendo’s next Zelda game is in development for both the Wii U and the NX.
Nintendo has confirmed a launch date for the NX – and it’s nearly a year away.
One of the internet’s more reliable tipsters has said that Horizon: Zero Dawn will miss its 2016 release.
Nintendo’s first foray into the world of smartphone gaming will be available in the UK this Thursday (March 31st).