First Zelda: Breath Of The Wild DLC Lets You Dress Up Like A Korok

We have our first look at DLC for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and it's pretty great. Read More >>

Ubisoft Changes Rules on Paying for DLC

Ubisoft has said it wants to soften its stance on requiring gamers to pay for premium and additional content for its games, particularly in case where large changes are made to key games to keep them fresh over the long term. Read More >>

The New Fallout 4 DLC Sounds Exciting, But Season Pass Price Hikes Are Coming

Bethesda has teased some juicy Fallout 4 DLC details, with Far Harbor, Automatron and Wasteland Workshop set to hit the market from March onwards. Far Harbor’s the biggest of the crew, and features ‘the largest landmass for an add-on that we’ve ever created’. Players will essentially have an entire island off the coast of Maine to play with, filled with deadly creatures, dungeons and all manner of lovely stuff. With a price tag of £19.99, we’re expecting big things when it lands in May. Read More >>

The Most Obscenely Expensive Gaming DLC Ever

You like games! We like games! But does anyone like games enough to pay this much? Time was, when video games were released, developers frontloaded them with the best possible content they were capable of producing. This is because back in the pre-online days, once a game was finished, it sat on a player’s shelf gathering dust. Read More >>

Steam Gaming Portal to Reward Players With Freebies for Just Playing Old Games

PC gaming saviour Valve is launching an odd card collection and swapsie system it calls Steam Trading Cards, designed to encourage gamers to play older titles to earn virtual cards to collect and eventually trade for in-game items. Read More >>

Peter Molyneux’s Next Game Will Sell You a Pretend Diamond Chisel for £50,000

British game developer Peter Molyneux, the man behind such classics as Populous, Black & White and Fable, quit his Microsoft role recently to create smaller indie titles. His first test venture is Curiosity, a bizarre experiment featuring a £50,000 digital chisel players may purchase within. Read More >>