Real Call of Duty this week landed on mobile for the first time — and fans of the franchise can’t get enough. The free-to-play game has, unsurprisingly, enjoyed a spectacular start so far.

The spectacularly pleasant Untitled Goose Game could be on its way to mobile.

Publisher Panic says it is “chewing on” the idea of bringing the phenomenon to Android and iOS. It just expanded its reach to Nintendo Switch and may also come to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

This week’s Fortnite patch is out with new overtime missions and some welcome bug fixes. But there’s disappointing news for Battle Royale fans, with the launch of season 11 delayed by one week.

Fortnite finally has skill-based matchmaking — and that’s good news for everyone. But it comes with a nasty change Epic Games didn’t mention when it first revealed the overhaul.

Here’s why lots of long-time fans are finding Battle Royale unbearable after last week’s version 10.40 update.

The Fortnite mech that almost every player loves to loathe is doing us all a favor by blowing itself up.

The B.R.U.T.E. has begun self-destructing as soon as it hits the ground in Battle Royale matches. And fortunately for fans of the game, it doesn’t appear to be an unintentional bug.

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