Entries in 'Development' (80)
Wasteland 2 developer InXile Entertainment is opening a studio in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The Finnish studio behind mobile hit Angry Birds has let 213 staff go in a new round of job losses.
A new studio has been founded by one of the core members of the team behind acclaimed indie hit The Stanley Parable.
Fruit Ninja developer Halfbrick has made its two designers Layton Hawkes and Ryan Langley redundant.
Having seemingly claimed that it had scrapped much of its work on Hellblade and started over, developer Ninja Theory now insists that the game remains on track.
Mobile games giant Gree believes that establishing a new studio from scratch is more costly in the long run than acquiring them.
Virtual reality company Oculus is funding development of “about two dozen” virtual reality games via its Oculus Studios program.
The number of UK game studio closures fell by 30 per cent in 2014 compared to 2013, according to new research from TIGA.
A number of indie games developers intend to celebrate American Independence day tomorrow by not putting their games on sale.
Famed developer Peter Molyneux is calling on his peers to test his next game.
European developers are increasingly developing games for PC rather than mobile, according to a new survey.
MAG Interactive has acquired Brighton studio Delinquent.
“After the barrage of sad tales about depression caused by indies turning into millionaires overnight, allow us to raise your spirits with a story about the liberating and energizing effects ...
Several members of Driveclub and Motorstorm developer Evolution Studios have departed in order to set up their own venture.
The duo behind Crossy Road studio Hipster Whale has helped to fund a new developer in Australia.
The next title from Dying Light developer Techland has been scrapped.
Ubisoft Annecy is the latest studio to collaborate on the publisher’s upcoming open-world shooter Tom Clancy’s The Division.
Lost Planet 3 studio Spark Unlimited has laid off employees and abandoned game development.
Two more companies are on board for our new games industry event Interface, where they will be seeking potential new partnerships with games developers.
Ripstone and Fireproof Games join the ...
The finalists for the 2015 Develop Industry Excellence Awards have been selected, with close to 140 companies competing for glory at this year’s event.
The BFI has released figures for the first full year of UK games tax relief, reporting a UK spend of £14m towards the production of approved titles.
Australia has seemingly lost its last triple-A games developer.
Ubisoft has hinted that more releases set in the Child of Light universe are on the way.
The need for growth that fundamentally underpins capitalist business structure is killing the development sector.
Capcom has admitted that development of its free-to-play online next-gen dungeon crawler Deep Down has been hard going.