Gearbox has announced that the Hail to the Icons Parody Pack and its four new multiplayer maps for Duke Nukem Forever will be available starting next week on Tuesday, October 11. Those who joined the First Access Club before Duke Nukem Forever launched will get it free. Those who didn’t get in early, can purchase the pack for 800 MSP or $9.99 on PS3 and Steam. Additional updates to all versions will be released on the same day, which will not only add support for the new content, but will also add various optimizations and bug fixes.
Far Cry 5: a tightly focused sandbox shooter about taking the fight directly to the source and oooooooooooh is that a fishing rod? Excuse me for the next three hours.
Shenmue 3 may escape Kickstarter limbo after all. Cross your fingers!
Age of Empires 4 announced, and it's being developed by Dawn of War and Company of Heroes creator Relic
Microsoft has just dropped what has to be the most surprising announcement of gamescom 2017: a new Age of Empires game.
Duke Nukem Forever
3D Realms had dropped its suit against Gearbox over unpaid Duke Nukem Forever royalties, stating a “misunderstanding” led to the suit being filed in the first place.
Duke Nukem creator Apogee is suing current Gearbox Software over withheld profits from sales of panned shooter Duke Nukem Forever. The studio claims Gearbox has blocked attempts to carry out an audit on the game’s lifetime sales figures.
Gearbox Publishing announced today it’s bringing Compulsion Games’ We Happy Few to retail. But, you’ll have to wait until next year to play it.
After backlash over Bulletstorm deal with G2A, Gearbox sends seller a list of demands it must meet [Update]
Gearbox is in the process of dissolving its relationship with G2A after the key seller failed to publicly commit to the changes outlined by the studio.