Overkill's The Walking Dead is being delayed due to an increase in scope and project size

Overkill's The Walking Dead is a co-op shooter with stealth elements set in the currently absurdly popular zombie universe that was until recently slated for a 2016 release.

However, after a recent partnership between Starbreeze and the Chinese company Smilegate The Walking Dead has been delayed due to an increase in planned content as well as the development of an Asian version. Here's the full announcement:

Endless Legend Shifters expansion is coming in April

[Update]: Amplitude has released new information and a couple of screenshots for Endless Legend: Shifters, which has now been confirmed for April 7.

If this is your first time hearing about Endless Legend it is a 4X turn-based strategy game in vein of the Civilization series but with much more diverse factions and interesting game world. Even on launch there was plenty of content to enjoy but many updates and even an expansion later and Endless Legend is now brimming with things to do and peoples to conquer.

And according to a recent Twitch stream celebrating "Endless Day" its set to become even better as a new expansion titled Shifters is set to arrive on April 2016. The developers Amplitude didn't release much about the expansion but here's what we do know:

Five Nights at Freddy's creator apologizes over FNaF World

Despite being a month too early Five Nights at Freddy's themed RPG FNaF World materialized itself on Steam yesterday and drew more than fair share of criticism over bugs and missing content.

A short while late Scott Cawthon, the creator of the entire FNaF franchise, came out and apologized over releasing the game far too early, even for his standards. Here's the message:

Atari has announced the Atari Vault - a collection of the 100 best Atari games

In a recent press released Atari has announced that they will be bundling together a hundred of the most iconic and fan-favorite Atari games in to a single title along with new features and multiplayer capability.

While information is currently scarce as Atari is saving their big announcements for the upcoming PAX South here's what they did divulge:

Ubisoft has revealed the system requirements for the PC version of The Division

With The Division beta fast approaching on January 28th Ubisoft has lifted the PC embargo allowing for a ton of new information and footage to flow in.

And perhaps the most relevant announcement out of them all was the reveal of the PC system requirements. Here's what you will need to run The Division comfortably in the upcoming beta and March 8 release:

Half Life 1 co-op mod Sven co-op has released on Steam for free

After 17 years in development the famous Half Life 1 co-op mod has finally made its way to Steam and you can grab it right now for a low, low price of nothing. You don't even need to own Half Life 1 to play through the campaign with 10 buddies in tow.

Even though the ability to play Half Life 1 with friends is a major draw for Sven co-op it is the 17 years worth of custom game modes and maps that should excite you the most. Here's a short trailer showcasing what exactly is possible with Sven co-op:

Elite: Dangerous will support all VR tech including Oculus Rift

If you're an avid reader of gaming news you would have notices plenty of headlines today stating that Elite: Dangerous developer Frontier will not be supporting Oculus Rift going forward.

As it turns out there was quite the misunderstanding and Frontier has recently issued a follow-up statement saying that they plan to support all forms of VR and are actively working with the Oculus team. Here's the full quote:

Two new Diablo themed heroes will be entering Heroes of the Storm soon

In a recent interview for Metabomb Dustin Browder talked in depth about all things Heroes of the Storm, from matchmaking improvements, to balance changes and the two upcoming heroes. If you're interested in how the HOTS team works behind the scenes and what influences their decisions I'd recommend you give the interview a read since I'll just focus on the two new additions here.

Two two upcoming heroes are Xul the Necromancer from Diablo 2 and Li Ming the Wizard from Diablo 3. As of right now there is no release date or official info on the heroes but here's an overview of what's known about them:

Necropolis is an upcoming Dark Souls inspired roguelike from the creators of the excellent modern Shadowrun games

Necropolis is an upcoming third person roguelike with a heavy focus on exploration, weighty combat and plenty of loot to plunder from trap-filled dungeons. It is being made by Harebrained Schemes, the folks behind the excellent modern renditions of the Shadowrun RPG so odds are its going to be good as well.

In a recently released press announcement Harebrained Schemes stated that Necropolis will come with four player co-op and launch on March 17th with pre-orders going up on February 2nd. Here's the short statement from studio manager Mitch Gitelman:

Overwatch will get a new game mode in the upcoming mid-February beta

I've said this before and I'll say it again, I love this new open and talkative team Blizzard has assembled for Overwatch. After years of getting the silent treatment from WoW and SC2 developers its so very refreshing to once again have confidence in Blizzard.

In a recently released blog post Jeff Kaplan, game director for Overwatch, discussed the current state of the game and what features we can expect in the upcoming mid-February closed beta test. Here's a short summary: