We've got at least another month to go before Nintendo launches its online service, as the company has now confirmed a second-half of September date.
Discord, the online service used by millions of gamers for voice, text, and video chat, is making its way into the game selling business.
Magic Leap unleashes its Magic Leap One augmented reality headset with its Creator Edition - but is this the start of something massive or a false flag?
I sat down with Creative Director Maxx Burman to chat about his studio's game, Sleep Tight, and everything that led up to its launch.
As esports continues to grow, bolstered by the recent success of the Overwatch League, one report looks at where it'll be within the next three years. (There might even be a Nike ad campaign for a major esports player in the near future.)
Mike Capps tells us about his new company, Diveplane, and expresses his pride in Fortnite despite no longer being at Epic.
Industry iconoclast Bethesda has opted to release Fallout 76 on its own platform, bypassing Steam entirely.
Epic is raking in serious revenue from mobile in-app purchases. If Google Play isn't going to give them the same incentives to release Fortnite their store, Sweeney doesn't see why they should.
In an unprecedented move, Epic is looking to skip Google's app store and go directly to the consumer.