Destiny's first expansion, The Dark Below, added the game's second Raid--a difficult dungeon filled with specific challenges that normally require a whole team of Guardians.
Steam's sales are known to terrorize wallets with their great discounts and slashed prices, and none are more infamous than the holiday sale. 2014's edition has begun today, offering deals up until January 2.
The beta for Halo 5: Guardians is not set to hit Xbox One for the general public until December 29, but a handful of people will be allowed early access.
Telltale has been busy of late, finishing seasons of its many adaptations while announcing new properties all at once. One of its recent releases, Tales from the Borderlands, is now available on Android.
343 Industries has continued its updates to the troubled Halo: The Master Chief Collection, making a small change today that should make many fans happy.
Edge of Reality has launched its free-to-play shooter Loadout on PS4 today, bringing the cartoony, gore-filled shooter to console for the first time.
A has released an update to The Sims 4, adding new holiday-related content and new career options for free.
The Creative Assembly is keeping extremely busy these days, releasing expansions for Total War: Rome II, developing standalone title Total War: Attila, and recently revealing Total War Kingdoms. The studio has now announced a closed alpha for Total War Arena, a free-to-play, team-based strategy game.
Sports Interactive has released another update for Football Manager 2015, this time focusing on a few smaller issues that may be irritating users rather than wholesale changes.
The new missions, raid, and gear are good, but frustration with how Bungie has handled progress is evident in reviews.
Divinity: Original Sin is rolling into stores in North America, giving potential fans another way to purchase the CRPG.
Konami has released an update for Pro Evolution Soccer 2015, adding player faces, stadiums, and clubs to the title for free.
Destiny's new hotfix doesn't add a lot to the game, but it does fix one of The Dark Below's blunders.
The Creative Assembly's newest expansion for Total War: Rome II, Wrath of Sparta, is out today on Steam for $14.99. A brand new trailer, below, has been released alongside the launch.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection's online troubles are well-known by now, with slow matchmaking and party issues plaguing the game since launch. A series of patches have slowly improved functionality, and the latest is a large and fairly comprehensive one.