In today's Daily Fix: fans threaten to boycott Blizzard after the recent ban of Hearthstone pro, even David Harbour wants to know if Hopper is still alive in Stranger Things, and you might want to wait a sec before updating your MacOS to Catalina.
In today's Daily Fix: the Playstation 5 is a real thing and we know when you can buy one, that viral Joker outtake was totally fake, apparently, and the circumstances that led Blizzard to ban a Hearthstone esports pro.
Today's Daily Fix is presented by Gamestop. We've got PS4 crossplay out of beta, The Rise of Skywalker will reveal just how strong the Force really is, and we're taking a look at some of the drones in Ghost Recon: Breakpoint.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order drops a mission trailer, the mastermind of the MCU is coming to Star Wars, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare fans aren't stoked about the whole PS4 exclusive thing for the Special Ops Survival mode.
We finally know when The Last of Us Part II is coming, Grant, Satler and Malcom are gonna mess with some more dinosaurs in Jurassic World 3, and a secret character from Spider-Man: Far From Home Has resurfaced.
Bioware abandons a post-launch content plan for Anthem, Pennywise floats his way into the Resident Evil 2 remake (kinda), and Terminator: Resistance also ignores every Terminator movie after Judgement Day.
Some Red Dead Redemption 2 players have found zombies in the game, leading some to speculate that Undead Nightmare may be making a comeback, we meet the newest Pokemon, and the Dark Knight comes to Fortnite.
Kojima wants more games like Death Stranding so it can launch a whole new genre, Jurassic World drops a surprise short film, and Joe Russo thinks the Sony/Marvel Studios Spider-Man meltdown is a 'tragic mistake.'
The new trailer for Dragonball Z: Kakarot is here and it confirms that the Buu saga will be included in the game, we now know what that weird new Nintendo controller is all about and we get up close and personal with Zane from Borderlands 3.
The Fortnite World Cup champ had his stream interrupted by a swatting attempt, Xbox-first party games might not be exclusives, and the ambitious next Star Wars score will include throwbacks to every other movie.
Final Fantasy XIV's next update promises to streamline in the base game, someone traded in the holy grail of vintage Nintendo cartridges, and what a shocking revelation could mean for the future of X-Men comics.
Pokémon Sword and Shield introduces new Galarian Pokémon, Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony are working on new regulations for loot boxes, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is adding an electronic pet that thrives off your kills.
Today's Daily Fix is presented by Pokémon GO. QuakeCon is bringing all the Doom news and games to you today, The Mandalorian gets some advice from a surprising figure, and Team GO Rocket is invading Pokémon GO.
San Diego Comic Con 2019 is here and we've got a preview of preview night, and a look ahead at big upcoming shows like Netflix'sThe Witcher, and a chance to win two tickets to Universal Studios Orlando.
Call of Duty dev talks about pressure from Activision to go more dark and controversial, the Wachowskis may be returning to The Matrix franchise, and Cyberpunk 2077 will have multiple endings without a morality system.
In today's Daily Fix: Keanu Reeves at E3, the Final Fantasy 7 remake release date, and the latest on Watch Dogs Legion. Submission form: http://go.ign.com/dailyfix_giveaway Rules: http://bit.ly/2Wv130V
Games with Gold drops their free games for June, big leak for Marvel's Avengers, and Xbox Head Phil Spencer doubles down on Microsoft's commitment to bringing the best experience for PC gamers, including the delivery of Xbox Games Pass to the family computer.