With the cancellation of E3 2020 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, some publishers are hosting their own live events.
Late yesterday Neil Druckmann, Writer and Director for The Last Of Us Part 2, announced that Naughty Dog’s latest game has just gone gold.
Indivisible launched for Nintendo Switch earlier this week, which seemed to be a surprise, even to the developer and the publisher of the game.
GameStop stores were forced to close due to the spread of the coronavirus. This week it is looking at reopening the first stores since their closure.
Death Stranding, the debut game from Kojima Productions, has had the PC version delayed for release until July this year.
Sony is joining the growing number of companies from the games industry that are encouraging people to stay indoors during current lockdowns.
Inspite of the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis Cyberpunk 2077’s developer, CD Projekt Red, remains comfortable that their next game will launch on time.
The number of hours that people are playing games has spiked since more and more countries have implemented self-isolation rules.
Despite a state-wide lockdown, one GameStop store in Boston had still been serving customers. The store was then found out, and ordered to close by force.
The organizers of E3, The ESA, have announced their planned dates for their next conference, June 15 to 17, 2021.