Bethesda's customer relations woes continue as the addresses and payment info of numerous users becomes available to any other person requesting support.
The Fortnite publisher is banking on its foundational success to undercut the reigning king of digital game sales, and game developers are at least somewhat split on how it will pan out.
IGDA executive director Jen MacLean compares the loot box monetization issue, which has sparked an FTC investigation, to prior industry challenges like game ratings.
It's unclear how well physical media has fared, but trends continue to point towards digital and streaming as the industry's future.
An undetermined number of former Telltale employees have joined Skybound Games to finish out the series after Telltale's shuttering.
Nintendo continues its streak of going after groups hosting ROM or emulator versions of their popular games, clouding the future of game preservation and accessibility.
A strong quarter for Nexon leads to a fruitful partnership for the former EA exec, with a focus on using new technologies in upcoming projects.
Bulkhead Interactive, the studio behind the popular WWII first-person shooter and The Turing Test, might be assisting in the development of a new shooter IP alongside People Can Fly.
Esports initiatives are still failing to market themselves to a broader coalition of gamers, possibly stunting growth and allowing 'games-as-a-service' to continue dominating.
'Project Atlas' to combine development and player creation tools with AI in a cloud-based platform.