Entries in 'codemasters' (53)
It’s been a tough few years for Codemasters.
Racing firm Codemasters has made its first operational profit in five years and predicts ‘double digit’ growth going forwards.
Any concerns about the viability of Codemasters appear to have been abated with news of its deal to acquire the talent behind Evolution Studios.
Codemasters has stepped in to save recently shut Driveclub developer Evolution Studios.
The Xbox One version of Quantum Break was the best-selling game in the UK last week.
Codemasters’ Dirt Rally will shift more units than any rally game on current gen hardware.
18 years after the release of the first Colin McRae video game, the franchise finally comes to the new consoles.
British racing developer Codemasters has moved its Birmingham office to the middle of Digbeth’s Custard Factory Quarter.
Having spent years steering the Colin McRae brand away from the world of dedicated simulation, Dirt Rally has proved to Codemasters that an appetite remains for less arcade racers.
Listings for PS4 and Xbox One editions of Dirt: Rally have popped up on Taiwan's rating board.
Long-struggling Codemasters has confirmed the closure of its Malta studio and stated its intention to focus exclusively on racing games.
Codemaster’s Early Access racing title Dirt Rally may be set for a physical release early next month.
Koch Media and Codemasters have inked a new distribution and co-publishing deal to cover the western games market.
After two weeks at No.1, Warner Bros’ Batman: Arkham Knight is pushed to second place by Codemasters’ F1 2015.
The racing genre can be incredibly difficult to keep up with.
The release of F1 2015 has fallen back one month.
This year’s entry in Codemaster’s F1 series marks a change in pace in more ways than one.
A version of Codemasters’ Dirt Rally may be released on consoles, although it might differ from the experience currently available on PC.
Surprise! Codemasters has not only announced a new game in the Dirt series, but has actually already released it.
2015 will see the return of Codemasters’ action RPG franchise, Overlord.
The Overlord series is returning, publisher Codemasters has confirmed.
UK publisher Codemasters has become the latest publisher to begin selling its titles directly to consumers.
Racing studio Codemasters has the rights to the F1 licence for just one more year.
UK games industry stalwart Rod Cousens has left Codemasters and taken the job of CEO at Jagex.
Codemasters’ F1 2015 will be released in June, distribution partner Bandai Namco has announced.