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There will no longer be any second chances for those deemed to be cheating in The Division, Ubisoft has announced.
Campo Santo, the studio behind Firewatch, has told MCV it would like to do a boxed edition of the indie hit.
Former Criterion boss Fiona Sperry says her new studio would like to make a successor to the smash hit Burnout franchise.
Hot on the heels of announcing its global publishing plans, Techland has revealed the first fruits of the change – a deal to publish inXile Entertainment’s Torment: Tides of ...
Sony has revealed three new titles for its upcoming PlayStation VR hardware.
After being knocked out of the Manila Major and coming joint last, both Team Secret and Evil Geniuses have made roster changes.
Virtual reality is coming to the corporate sector as HTC reveals it is releasing a Business Edition of its Vive headset.
As if there was any doubt about it, Warner Bros is going all out to target parents just as much as it is kids with a wide and assorted range ...
We try not to feature EA in our E3 MCV edition.
Deus Ex will be the next Square Enix property to receive the ‘Go’ treatment.
Our fourth episode of The MCV & Develop Podcast casts a critical eye on the upcoming industry showcase that is E3 2016.
The biggest games event in the galaxy is under way shortly.
The new Warcraft movie may have bothered critics and got off to a weak start in the US, but in China it’s off to a flyer.
Remedy Games is to work on two games simultaneously for the first time in its history.
TV digital video recording is no longer coming to Xbox One.
Caroline Miller, the boss of MCV Award winning PR agency Indigo Pearl, shares her advice on how developers and publishers can get the most out of E3
After partnering with OpTic Gaming last month Turtle Beach has now partnered with FaZe Clan.
It may be renowned for launching the biggest game in the world, but Take-Two says it wants to team up with smaller scale indie studios.
As was rumoured, Rise of Iron will be the big Destiny in the latter half of the year.
Reynolds replaces Bedford, Premier PR promotes two publicists and WIGJ hires a new CEO.
Supermassive Games says it wants to end its status as a PlayStation exclusive developer.
Developers will soon be able to charge a recurring fee for the games following Apple’s announcement of a new subscription system for the iOS App Store.