Since Activision got a lot of heat due to the last-gen versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 not having a campaign mode, they went and released a story trailer.
This is heavy: Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown are revving the DeLorean up for a remastered release of Telltale Games' Back to the Future series.
The Protoss leaders recall their history and decide whether or not to take back their homeworld in this story trailer for StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void.
After effortlessly killing thousands of Covenant and Forerunner soldiers throughout the years, Master Chief has supposedly died according to this Halo 5 commercial.
Bethesda released its third educational video starring Vault Boy teaching you how to survive in the wasteland. Be ready to bulk up for Endurance in Fallout 4.
2K, Yuke's and WWE have revealed their 'Raise Some Hell' trailer for WWE 2K16 as well as a first look at MyCareer Mode.
John-117 leads the Spartans of Blue Team into battle with the Covenant in this opening cinematic to Halo 5: Guardians.
You'll get to see that Iron Bull love scene one more time in Dragon Age: Inquisition's upcoming Game of the Year Edition.
As promised, there's a new update for Batman: Arkham Knight available today that brings the Tumbler from Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy to the video game. There'll be a pair of new race tracks based on those movies, too. You'll also be able to use the Tumbler on the streets of Gotham itself... provided you've already eliminated every single drone tank in the game. It's another of Arkham Knight's instances where it almost got something right. I mean, the Tumbler is pretty dang close to the Arkham Knight version of the Batmobile, but it still has these weird restrictions on how it can be used. The same was true of the Batman '89 Batmobile and will likely also be true of October's Batman '66 Batmobile, which shouldn't be confused with the Batman '66 Batmobile skin that was offered as a PlayStation 4 pre-order incentive. Of course, weird restrictions has been the story of the Batman: Arkham Knight add-ons ever since they first started dropping. You could play as all the characters so far individually (Batgirl, Harley Quinn and Red Hood) in their specific stories, but none of them were accessible in the open world of Gotham's streets. At least, not without modding on a PC. The same will hold true for the Nightwing adventure, GCPD Lockdown. The first actual story content developed by Rocksteady (previous add-ons were from WB Montreal), there's a chance this little bit of Dick Grayson goodness will be the first DLC worth the price of admission. Hell, it might even actually last longer than 20 minutes. You know what still won't be coming? The ability to play as Nightwing throughout all of Gotham.
Even the head exec of Sony's biggest rival in the gaming industry is expecting the PlayStation 4 to drop its price this year, most likely in time for the holiday season.