Brian Fargo talks to us about inXile's attempt at a new form of crowdsourcing, which may give gamers a bargain, among other rewards.
The battle royale game has reached a new milestone in its first four months, and Sensor Tower anticipates a sales spike coinciding with the game's season 2 starting August 18.
Studio known for titles like Dear Esther and Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, now has the support of the Sheffield, UK-based group. (Image: Gareth Dutton)
CEO Andrew Wilson announced the surprising news this morning. Ex-EA COO Peter Moore tells us Soderlund is a "visionary." (Image: Cody Pickens/EA)
The biggest news to come out of Quakecon 2018.
We've got at least another month to go before Nintendo launches its online service, as the company has now confirmed a second-half of September date.
Discord, the online service used by millions of gamers for voice, text, and video chat, is making its way into the game selling business.
Industry iconoclast Bethesda has opted to release Fallout 76 on its own platform, bypassing Steam entirely.
Epic is raking in serious revenue from mobile in-app purchases. If Google Play isn't going to give them the same incentives to release Fortnite their store, Sweeney doesn't see why they should.