THQ Nordic today revealed its fourth quarter financial information for the 2018 calendar year and in the process has reported on the status of the publisher’s biggest release in that window, Darksiders 3. According to THQ Nordic, the fourth quarter of 2018 saw net sales increase by 38% with Darksiders 3 being the biggest contributor to these sales
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If anything has been clear from the beginning of 2019–even only two months in–it’s that post-apocalyptic games are thriving and here to stay. This year alone we have the playful rivalry between Far Cry: New Dawn and RAGE 2, as the two games are competing for the title of “Most Colorful Apocalypse of 2019.” Meanwhile, Days Gone is
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Last year, Treyarch and Activision shocked fans by not including a single-player campaign in their Call of Duty game for the first time since the series’ inception, causing fans to, rightfully, complain. This year, however, fans can breathe more easily, as Infinity Ward and Activision confirmed during their earnings call a few important details about 2019’s edition
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Pysonix is trailblazing the cross-platform play scene again with the addition of a cross-platform friends list in Rocket League. Take friends from all platforms of Rocket League and put them in one place with the new Friends List. You will also be able to create cross-platform parties to chat with your friends, no matter where
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Through its official Twitter account, Japanese developer Sting Entertainment announced that Yggdra Union will be receiving a brand new version. This new Yggdra Union port will release in Summer 2019, on the iOS and Android Japanese markets. Yggdra Union, known outside Japan as Yggdra Union: We’ll Never Fight Alone, is a tactical RPG initially released on
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Game developer and publisher Starbreeze has been going through some hard times over the past fiscal quarter. Overkill’s The Walking Dead did not perform well, their longtime CEO stepped down, and the company even got raided for insider trading. This meant they went from having a highly optimistic view of their future to struggling to
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Apex Legends just keeps on trucking along. After one full week of availability, Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts have today announced the latest player milestone for the game and it’s a pretty big one. As revealed by Respawn co-founder Vince Zampella in a new blog post, Apex Legends has now surpassed 25 million players in total
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As we enter a digital focused world, game streaming is becoming more popular. Not the kind dominated by Ninja, but the kind services like PlayStation Now, Google’s Project Stream, and Microsoft’s upcoming Project xCloud rely on. In a recent interview with CNet, Shawn Layden not only discussed why Sony pulled out of E3 this year,
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Last week, Ubisoft showed off the first look of the remaster of Assassin’s Creed III along with revealing that it would be coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Noticeably, many thought it was strange that the Nintendo Switch wouldn’t be a destination for the remaster as well. Now, it seems that AC3’s arrival on Switch could
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Earlier today, Neill Blomkamp Tweeted out an Anthem themed Tweet which featured a still shot of a Javelin and suggested that he’ll be sharing soon. However, the suspense has left a fair amount of people wondering what exactly is being revealed. Neill Blomkamp, a film-director famed for his District 9 (2009) movie that blended realistic CGI to live-action
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Beat Saber is one of those games in which you look on in awe at some of the players absolutely smashing it. You know, similar to when we did the same thing at those Guitar Hero or Rock Band players as they shredded their plastic instruments in combination perfection. It seems like Beat Saber players are doing so well that the SteamVR
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It’s always heartening when companies put down their corporate schtick to play nice with each other. Whether it is major game studios celebrating with competitors during flagship launches or the typical PR banter, it’s always a nice feel-good story for the press. Yet, in an odd turn, Epic Vice President (i.e. Fortnite) deleted his congratulations to
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