The Assassin’s Creed film has been scheduled for a summer 2015 release.
Ubisoft has reported its half-year financial results, posting sales revenue of €293m for the period.
Valve’s track record with its distribution platform Steam has Blizzard COO Paul Sams excited about the potential surrounding the company’s Steam Machines initiative.
Warner Bros has confirmed a delay to the Xbox One version of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes.
Warner Bros has a new Lord of the Rings game in the works for current and next-gen consoles.
Three former writers from Future’s Linux Format magazine have set up a crowdfunding effort to establish a rival title.
PS4 will offer Facebook integration but, like Xbox One, won’t have a dedicated app for the console.
Sony will not release Media Molecule’s PS Vita debut Tearaway at retail, it has confirmed.
The latest expansion to World of Warcraft – Warlords of Draenor – has been revealed, showing off improved visuals and gameplay in a new world.
Valve won't let third parties design and sell their own Steam controllers like it's encouraging them to do with Steam machines, the company has revealed.
PS4 will have outsold its rival Xbox One to the tune of 11m units within five years, research firm IHS has predicted.
Emmy award-winning storyteller Elan Lee was hired by Microsoft this summer to help shape the future of storytelling.
Surprise – Amazon has launched a PlayStation Network Digital Games and DLC Store in the US.
The additional graphical flourish that will accompany next-gen games will result in another fundamental change – filesizes are set to explode.
Nintendo has pushed back the release of Wii Fit U for a second time.
One area that Sony doesn’t look to be competing with Xbox One in is voice and gesture control.
Two high-profile indie games making their way to PS4 will be free for a limited time at launch.
Consumers will be able to sell and trade-in their PS4 games, Sony has once again asserted.
Popular PC games discounter Humble Bundle has gone live with its new dedicated storefront.
Production delays have forced Android-powered microconsole GameStick’s public release to fall alongside the launch of the PlayStation 4.