A report claims the Embracer Group has shifted the Tomb Raider franchise's rights out to Amazon, shortly after having acquired the series from Square Enix.
It's the highest selling premium game on Steam's Top Sellers list, while the Deluxe Edition has topped Amazon's PS5 and Xbox Series X/S Best Sellers.
The adaptation will be "both incredibly true to the source material, and also compelling on its own," according to Amazon Studios' head of television Vernon Sanders.
The series has been in production since March, and will serve as an adaptation of the 2018 title, with Cory Barlog serving as executive producer.
A new report alleges that tech giant Amazon is formally submitted an offer for the acquisition of EA, which will allegedly soon be announced.
Dead Island 2 will allow players to distract zombies by yelling at them by using Amazon's new Alexa Game Control feature.
The $40 package includes the base game, all cosmetic DLC, post-launch updates and modes, and the recent Project_Hel expansion.
Amazon Prime is making God of War and Netflix is making Horizon, while there's no word on who's attached to Gran Turismo.
A deal with Comcast reportedly fell through as recently as last month, while EA has also allegedly approached the likes of Apple, Disney, and Amazon.
The sci-fi series could be jumping to some type of adaptation soon if early reports are any indication.
The recent Twitch hack was caused by an error in server configuration, as confirmed in an official blog.
A recent VGC report has revealed that nearly all of Twitch's internal data has been made public to download via a torrent on 4chan.
Amazon's upcoming MMORPG New World pulled in a vast number of players within hours of going live with its closed beta.
Amazon Game Studios suffers yet another setback.
Journalist Brad Sams says EA and Sony are on the lookout for potential buyouts as well.
The post-apocalyptic series makes its way to the small screen soon.
The closest thing we'll get to E3 this year.
But an early version could still come this year.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer feels "traditional gaming companies are somewhat out of position."
Google’s early failure doesn’t have to mean the end of the road for video game streaming.