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The record $5.9bn buy-out by Activision was just about the only positive number for King last year.
Publisher Activision has said that both Skylanders SuperChargers and Guitar Hero Live failed to meet sales expectations.
Activision has confirmed rumours that Destiny 2 won’t be released in 2016.
This year’s female-led Ghostbusters reboot will be accompanied by an Activision-published console title, it has been reported.
The games buying manager at UK supermarket behemoth Tesco, Jon Hayes, has left the firm.
The rumours were true – the next title from Platinum Games is based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
It has been alleged that Activision and Bungie were planning to release Destiny 2 this September. It is also claimed that shooter has now been delayed.
Media giant Vivendi has sold the remainder of its financial interest in publisher Activision Blizzard.
Activision has confirmed its acquisition of eSports giant Major League Gaming, and says it wants to create the 'ESPN of eSports'.
Soon after shelling out $5.9bn for Candy Crush firm King.com, it appears that Activision Blizzard might be making another acquisition.
Analyst Michael Pachter has said that 2016 presents EA’s best ever opportunity to dethrone Call of Duty from the top of the annual software charts.
Online shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops III has become the latest premium title to offer in-game upgrades for cash.
A new type of microtransaction has been added to Destiny that allows players to instantly spec up a character.
Contrary to previous reports, the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 SKUs of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 are going to be released in the UK.
Activision has no plans to release the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 SKUs of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 in the UK.
It looks as if the PS3 version of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 will arrive in time for Christmas.
Over $94m was spent on television games advertising for the month of November in America.
Infoscout has released its list of most popular Black Friday games in terms of revenue, with Call of Duty: Black Ops III coming out on top.
The flurry of triple-A console releases has seen console publishers race back to the top of the TV advertisement battle in the US.
The decline of Call of Duty is a well documented phenomenon. The only problem is, it looks like sales are back on the up.
Their announcement may have been greeted with criticism, but players seem to be voting with their wallets and backing the content.
Video game pre-orders are on the decline, but Activision says that Call of Duty: Black Ops III pre-orders are bucking the trend.
This month’s financial report will be the last time that Activision Blizzard confides subscriber numbers for World of Warcraft.
Activision Blizzard’s share price reached a record high following the announcement it will be acquiring Candy Crush company King.
GAME’s latest midnight launch will be for Call of Duty: Black Ops III, with a special tournament taking place at its Westfield Stratford store.