The gaming news you need to know for June 4 through 8, during the buildup to E3.
From the new games to expect to live stream times for all the major gaming events, this is your guide to E3 2018.
No, not the HItman 2 that already released back in 2002. This is a new one, following IO's 2016 reboot. And it might not be episodic this time, either.
Alienware's AW988 is the company's first headset in nine years. It checks all the boxes, but its sky-high sticker price might not sit well with 2018's gamers.
Alienware's Elite Gaming Mouse returns with a smoother, more ergonomic design. Still the same eye-watering, $90 price tag, though.
Destiny 2's big Forsaken expansion adds a Magnificent Seven-inspired campaign, random rolls, a new Gambit mode, and a whole lot more.
Vampyr's social simulation of 1918 London is about as ambitious as it is broken, but those that can persist past the problems might really, really love it.
Plus: Details on PUBG Corp's lawsuit against Fortnite and Epic, a new Sonic kart racing game, and Destiny 2 teases an expansion reveal for next week. This is gaming news for May 28 to June 1.
Turns out Ubisoft (probably) isn't putting Assassin's Creed on a two-year schedule after all, as the series reportedly heads to Ancient Greece.
Logitech's G513 is more than an attractive, professional-looking keyboard. It's also the debut of the new Romer-G Linear switch, a faux-Cherry MX Red that finally gives Logitech lovers some options.
The next game in the Fallout universe is Fallout 76, complete with bobbleheads and Pip-Boys.
Space mechs? Insectoid aliens? The last, defiant remnants of a crumbling empire? Age of Wonder: Planetfall sunk its hooks into us.
Valve's Steam Link app will stream games from your PC to your phone across your home network, freeing you up to play anywhere you'd like. But probably the bathroom.
HyperX's debut wireless headset is missing some key features, like chat mix and microphone monitoring, but it looks good, sounds great, and feels excellent.
Battlefield V returns to the series' roots by heading back to World War 2, using the same innovative "War Stories" campaign structure as Battlefield 1