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Sales of Next-Gen games will not drop due to the price increase

After more than a decade of essentially unchanged prices, the new generation of consoles has also brought an unwelcome novelty. Prices for triple A games have risen from the traditional € 60 to € 70. According to a ...
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Ubisoft, a triple-A title could be postponed due to Covid-19

Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said a big game from the company could be postponed due to Covid-19.
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Ubisoft is working on a triple A VR game

The Ubisoft studio in Dusseldorf in Germany is hiring several personalities, including also character artist and level designer, for a triple A VR game whose title is still unknown. What you ...

Rockstar - Hiring underway for a next generation open-world title

Rockstar North, the development studio behind the Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption series, recently released Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC, giving us a taste of what the team could be in ...

[Video Address Book] Free to Play, DLC, and Rage: Video Games Are Expensive?

What we want to deal with today focuses mainly on how expensive video games have become (or the other way around, you tell me). Expensive not only in monetary terms, but we proceed in order anyway. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvvbJeoRhKY Free to play The free ...

Skillz to Participate in Wells Fargo's 2020 Technology, Media & Telecommunications ...

SAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Skillz Inc. (“Skillz”), the leading mobile games platform connecting players in fair, fun, and meaningful competition, today announced that its CEO and ...

After the success of Fall Guys, Mediatonic opens a new studio

After the media success created by Fall Guys - before the renaissance of Among Us - Mediatonic seeks to expand, opening a new studio in Leamington, in ...

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