Lego Dimensions is receiving several new franchise packs in November, including Sonic the Hedgehog, Fantastic Beasts, Gremlins, Adventure Time and more.
Game developer NetherRealm Studios officially reveals Wonder Woman and Blue Beetle as two playable characters for the forthcoming fighting game Injustice 2.
Developer NetherRealm Studios teases its big plans for Injustice 2 at Comic-Con 2016, which includes a Friday panel where it will reveal new characters, gameplay, and more.
After reaching a settlement with the FTC over Shadow of Mordor promotion, Warner Bros. agrees that it will make full disclosure of paid promotion in future.
According to multiple sources, Warner Bros. is targeting November as a release window for Batman: Return to Arkham, Rocksteady’s remastered Batman collection.
A statement on the Warner Bros. Games forum announces that Batman: Return to Arkham is delayed for more development, with no new release date being given just yet.
Warner Bros. Interactive is ramping up its video game output, and as a result, the publisher is considering the prospect of hosting its own E3 conference in years to come.
NetherRealm Studios creative director Ed Boon comments on the possibility of the Mortal Kombat X studio one day creating a horror movie fighting game.
Watch fifteen minutes of Injustice 2 gameplay footage to get a closer look at the heroes, villains, locations, and the all-new gear and stat upgrade system.
Injustice 2 makes use of a loot box system to allow players to customize their characters, living up to the game’s tag line of ‘Each Battle Defines You’.
A new trailer for LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens shows off more of the upcoming game, and announces a demo currently available on the PlayStation Store.
Rocksteady Studios, the company behind the critically-acclaimed Batman: Arkham franchise announces its next project, Batman: Arkham VR for PlayStation VR.
Ed Boon reveals that the first gameplay footage of Injustice 2 will air during the finals of a major Mortal Kombat X tournament scheduled for this weekend.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment officially announces Injustice 2, revealing the sequel to Gods Among Us with a brutal trailer showing that the fight is far from over.
NetherRealm Studios creative director and Mortal Kombat co-creator Ed Boon takes to Twitter to tease fans about the possibility that Injustice 2 is in development.
Sound Brewery announces that it is launching an official Mortal Kombat beer, which will feature three different beer styles during a limited production run.
According to a new report, Injustice: Gods Among Us 2 is currently in development at NetherRealm Studios, and is aiming for a March 2017 release window.