Around 980 titles have been removed from Steam in the last 24 hours, though no major AAA games were affected. A good chunk of the newly banned games were from Russian publisher Dagestan Technology.
With the rights to The Bitmap Brothers' "brand and portfolio" now under its banner, Rebellion plans to both re-release retro favorites and create new games based on classic licenses.
With guidance for how to handle subtitles, difficulty, haptic feedback, and a slew of other issues, the Xbox Accessibility Guidelines were created to help developers understand how their design choices can make gaming more accessible for all players, not just able-bodied ones.
The bundle includes "a large assortment of buttons and triggers" that connect to Microsoft's Adaptive Controller in order to expand its functionality.
Two Stadia employees took to Reddit on Wednesday to answer community questions about the upcoming Google cloud gaming platform. However, the AMA revealed that Stadia will be missing some key features at launch and raised even more concerns about its future.
Quixel's 3D assets and creation tools are now free for Unreal users. According to Quixel co-founder Teddy Bergsman, joining forces with Epic is "the next step in democratizing transformative technology and content."
Capping off a year of legal disputes, racism accusations, and contract terminations, Echo Fox's investors confirmed to Win.gg that the esports organization has disbanded for good.
Starbreeze has had to sell much of its assets in order to keep its doors open while repeatedly requesting extensions from the Swedish government to complete its financial reconstruction.
CouRage's exclusivity agreement with YouTube marks the fourth major departure from Twitch this year, and the third in under two weeks. (Photo: Matt Shouse/YouTube)