From the makers of the Borderlands series comes a brand new game, that well, kind of feels a lot like Borderlands. Battleborn takes a different approach on in-game leveling up and offers a wide variety of interesting characters to choose from. It hits consoles and PC on May 3.
Tom Clancy's The Division
After a deadly biological attack leaves New York City in shambles, The Division is activated to help restore order in the Big Apple. And guess what? You're in The Division. So good luck!
The DOOM reboot feels like it might be the most literal adaptation of the iconic first-person-shooter to date. We don't know if it's any fun to play, but we just can't ignore it.
No Man's Sky
Absolutely no pressure on the team at Hello Games. Kidding! No Man's Sky has amassed such a mind blowing amount of hype that we kind of feel sorry for co-creator Sean Murray every time he gets asked the same questions over and over. We've resigned ourselves to the fact that we're just going to need to wait until June 21st to play it for ourselves.
On April 5 the creators of Max Payne and Alan Wake will present Quantum Break to the world, a game where players have access to time control powers and abilities. A live-action episodic storyline complements the game as well, where the narrative can be manipulated by the player's actions.
Ratchet and Clank are back! This franchise reboot features two of Sony's beloved platformers in a gorgeously crafted alien world. It'll be available exclusively on PS4 in April.
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
Will Uncharted 4 mark Nathan Drake's last adventure? Sounds like it. Easily one of the most anticipated games of 2016, Uncharted 4 represents a massively ambitious storytelling and action-packed endeavor -- and it's only available on PlayStation 4 on May 10.