Looking for the latest gaming news, reviews, and the odd scoop? Look no further, here you can read the best games news in 2020.
Ladies and gentlemen, what feels like an eternity of wait, Ubisoft has finally revealed the next Far Cry game. Far Cry 6 is in a politically charged environment and is a huge expansion in terms of new characters, elements, and playground. The game was revealed a couple of days ago in Ubisoft’s Forward live-stream event and is scheduled to hit the market on February 2021.
Pulling slot machine levers or playing Black Jack can become an addiction and drain bank accounts. These gambling activities are not limited to casinos anymore, it has penetrated well into the gaming industry in the shape of Loot boxes. Yes, loot boxes can screw your brain and cause gambling addiction. Loot boxes can be found … Continue reading Loot boxes and Gaming Industry
What about esports in 2020? COVID-19 has brought a lot of change in every nook and corner of the world; abrupt social changes, lockdowns, and suspension of sports and entertainment have had influenced various industries. Esports industry is no exception; this article will analyze the impact of COVID-19 on the gaming industry and will also shed some light on the forecast.
Finding success as a new MMO in the crowded gaming industry is not a walk in a park. Amazon games hope to add New World to the smallest of truly successful big-budget MMO games when it releases spring next year, yes, delayed yet again.
Apple has removed more than 8,000 from the iOS App Store in China, and is expected to pull more by the end of the month.
The bidding war for Leyou Technologies continues with Tencent said to be the latest potential suitor. Bloomberg reports that the Chinese giant is currently in talks to acquire Leyou, citing anonymous sources close to the matter.
Sony Corporation has invested $250 million into Epic Games through one of its wholly-owned subsidiaries, acquiring a minority interest in the company.
Asus and Lenovo are two companies that plan to use the processor in their upcoming gaming phones. Qualcomm’s high-end Snapdragon processor is getting a speed bump to make mobile gaming even more immersive. And one of the first phones to use the chip will be the upcoming Asus ROG Phone 3.
Mobile gamers keep breaking app store records in 2020. Covid-19 makes people search for mobile games and download. Long live gaming!