Entries in 'Development' (85)
Crytek appears to be in financial trouble once again.
The company behind hit films Her and Zero Dark Thirty has announced the formation of a new games division.
In 2011, indie development studio D-Pad released a trailer for their upcoming title, Owlboy.
The general manager of EA-owned developer DICE, Patrick Bach, is to quit the studio after nearly a decade and a half.
Racing game specialist SimBin Studios is back in business just over two years after filing for bankruptcy, and looking to get back on the track.
PlayStation has laid off an unconfirmed number of employees from its San Diego development studios.
An unknown number of jobs have been cut from Sony’s London Studio as work begins to wrap up on the team’s first virtual reality project.
The collective development resources of EA have been unified under a new banner – EA Worldwide Studios.
Germany-based games firm Wooga has been struck by a series of layoffs that see 40 staff dismissed from the company.
BulkyPix, the mobile publisher behind Pix'n Love Rush, Bardbarian and Penumbear, has begun liquidation.
Horror title Allison Road has returned following its apparent cancellation in June.
Google has announced it has begun “the evolution away from the Chrome apps platform”, with plans to shut the entire initiative down by 2018.
Folk are en masse bemoaning the huge day one patch that will bring with it a wipe of No Man’s Sky’s servers, but launch patches are a side-effect of the ...
Industry veteran Rich Hilleman has jumped ship to Amazon Game Studios following his departure from EA after more than three decades at the publisher.
Three Fields Entertainment has started work on a brand new driving game, co-founder Alex Ward has revealed.
Llamasoft founder Jeff Minter has revealed that the studio was forced to abandon development for iOS after the platform proved to be unsustainable.
MCV asked on Twitter how the industry felt about Britain’s decision to leave the EU.
Britain has, by a very narrow margin, voted to leave the EU – and video games companies across the country are waking up to a potentially huge challenge.
Patrice Desilets has confessed that he has not played a Ubisoft game since Assassin’s Creed 3.
Remedy Games is to work on two games simultaneously for the first time in its history.
Developers are going to find it increasingly more difficult to protect their game mechanics under copyright law following a ruling from a Texas court judge.
Squad, the studio behind Kerbal Space Program, has revealed Felipe Falanghe is stepping down as the game's lead developer.
If there’s one thing Hideo Kojima is not know for it’s delivering games quickly – and that’s something he wants to change for his first solo release.
The man who helped define Madden and EA Sports has left the company.
Street Fighter V’s launch wobbles have led to a change in development strategy at Capcom.