This year's big Xbox celebration, held in London, isn't as bold as last year's plethora of studio acquisitions, but we're finally seeing some fruit on the vine for incoming Xbox first-party games from Obsidian and Rare.
The chief technology officer isn't leaving Oculus entirely as he'll still be a "consulting CTO" for the VR company. (Image: Engadget)
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.
Call of Duty Mobile has blown away previous launches on mobile and should be a welcome sign for Activision Blizzard's mobile prospects.
GameDaily's parent company continues to expand its roster of sports and media celebrities.
Spiketrap co-founder Adam Sessler breaks down this quarter's discourse and how the company gathers statistics to measure sentiment about a game.
Epic Games is taking legal action against yet another tester for leaking content in advance of Fortnite's big Chapter 2 reveal. We chat with lawyers about confidentiality.
Jessica Lindl, Unity's global head of education, looks to increase the resources available to aspiring VR devs.
Stockholm District Court yet to approve plan outlined by the struggling games studio.
Apple's new headset could be ready by 2021, and is currently being worked on by game developers and ex-NASA engineers, according to Bloomberg's sources.