Game Workers Unite UK has become a legal trade union within Britain. The union's formation speaks to a growing call for change among game industry workers.
The tools, originally built for Fortnite, will not be restricted by engines, platforms, or stores.
Months after implementing an automatic ban system targeting abusive words in chat, Ubisoft has decided to change the feature by simply filtering inappropriate messages.
Coming off of EA's Star Wars cancellation, the veteran designer sits down with GameDaily to outline all the possibilities ahead, including VR, linear media, and games for people who aren't typical gamers.
Red Hat's Leigh Day talks about Linux, open-source development, and most importantly, how these things help people enjoy video games.
There's also something fishy going on in Sweden.
Steam competitor, Epic Games Store, is already disrupting the industry less than a week after launch, with several indie games jumping from Valve's storefront in favor of Epic's 88/12 revenue split.
New announcements could be seen as another element in brewing battle against Epic Games, this time aimed at Fortnite.
Bethesda's customer relations woes continue as the addresses and payment info of numerous users becomes available to any other person requesting support.
The consumer market isn't a reality yet, but devs getting in on the ground floor can do well, especially in enterprise. Magic Leap's Rio Caraeff on AR and the Independent Creator Program.