The high-end graphics card market has just been redefined.
DICE has followed news of a delay to Battlefield 4’s Naval Strike DLC on PC by announcing that it will also be late to Xbox One.
Once there were PCs. Then there were mobiles. Next there will be virtual reality.
Future CEO Mark Wood is to step down, with CFO Zillah Byng-Maddick taking his place.
Dota 2 documentary Free to Play had over 5.5m viewers over this past weekend, according to Valve.
Bohemia Interactive attempted an Arma 2 port for Xbox 360 that ultimately didn't pan out, the developer has revealed.
Game of Thrones promotions within League of Legends are coming, Riot Games has announced.
A virtual reality version of Minecraft in the planning stages for Oculus Rift has been cancelled.
The founder of Oculus has said that tonight's acquisition at the hands of Facebook has propelled virtual reality into a new dimension.
Who saw this coming? Social media giant Facebook has made a massive move into gaming with the acquisition of VR specialist Oculus.
Microsoft’s new policy of competing with the High Street is continuing with some new Xbox One deals on Xbox Live.
Steam Greenlight will be abolished within the next year, according to Curve Studios design director Jonathan Biddle.
While there is some money to be made from virtual reality, Sony is wasting its time on the technology.
Thomas Was Alone and Volume developer Mike Bithell has said that getting his games released on consoles has made a big difference to his success.
The rise in popularity of indie games has threatened the very viability of triple-A development – but don’t expect it to last.
The Ouya team has announced a couple of initiatives that it hopes will bring relevance to the struggling console.
Broken Age developer Double Fine has begun publishing titles by other indie studios.
Layoffs have this morning affected staff across a number of SCE’s European studios.
$50 has been cut off the price of the Xbox One Titanfall bundle in the US on the Microsoft store.
Delivery company Yodel will soon be part-owned by Amazon.
The video production company behind gaming sensation PewDiePie is now owned by Disney.