Necessary approvals on hardware likely rule out an end of 2019 launch, but the wheels are in motion for a 2020 release.
Regardless of how the next five console generations shake out (or if there will be that many still left in the industry), Sony's not messing around with protecting its future intellectual property.
Just in time for the holiday season, Microsoft is bringing Xbox All Access back to the market. Originally introduced in 2018, the program splits the cost of an Xbox console, Game Pass, and Xbox Live over two years of monthly payments.
Red Dead Redemption 2 remains the top-selling game of the last 12 months, with NBA 2K20 topping the September charts and leading the franchise to a noteworthy milestone.
Nintendo's popular console has seen a 20% increase in sales through September in North America.
Migration to Windows 10 and a CPU shortage have helped bump a market that has slowed in recent years.
GAEMS has come a long way since its E3 2010 debut, and its latest product gives streamers freedom to travel. Our impressions of the company's all-in-one streaming platform.
While Nvidia's Q2 2020 earnings dropped year-over-year, the results were an improvement over the first quarter and exceeded analyst expectations.
Nintendo is the only major console manufacturer to see hardware sales growth in July. It also ruled the software sales charts with 6 of the top 10 spots last month.