Among the first 17, hires come from Ubisoft, Creative Assembly, EA, Codemasters, and Rockstar Games.
A new study from Interpret reveals that parents, not children, dictate whether kids spend money on mobile games. The study suggests that publishers need to consider both children and parents' needs when selling their games.
The move suggests ongoing support for indie devs looking for a publisher to back their product and provide support across countries, despite ongoing financial difficulties throughout the gaming industry.
While it's unclear what lies in store for Anthem, BioWare's active involvement in the game's online community suggests EA isn't ready to pull the plug on the game so soon after launch.
Half a year after Kotaku's Cecilia D'Anastasio published an award-winning story discussing Riot's internal issues with sexual harassment, the studio is taking new steps (on a long road) to solve its toxic workplace. But will it be enough?
Taiwanese horror game Devotion mysteriously disappeared from Steam on Monday after Chinese nationalists review bombed the game on Steam. Previously, players found a joke comparing Chinese President Xi Jinping to Winnie the Pooh, which is a political meme censored in China.
Within 24 hours of each other, reports confirmed that both Guild Wars 2 developer ArenaNet and Australian EA studio FireMonkeys are laying off employees in significant numbers.
While total software and hardware sales dropped across January 2019 compared to January 2018, Square Enix's Kingdom Hearts 3 and Capcom's Resident Evil 2 remake both performed remarkably well during January.
The move suggests Fortnite and other games may be able to continue drawing on pop culture references in game, despite multiple lawsuits targeting Epic Games with similar complaints.
It's been a long time since a major publisher has had a stock climb because of a game's 'potential,' but EA is pulling out all the stops with Respawn's Apex Legends.