A quick end to a promising start.
Karl Slatoff isn't sold on Game Pass as the potential future of the industry just yet.
The simulation title suffers yet another delay.
Total revenue for the quarter ending September 30th reached $841.1 million.
It's currently discounted by 50 percent on both platforms.
Patch 1.2 is currently live and provides a number of visual improvements.
The Switch version will also go on sale on October 22nd.
The game's Epic Games Store exclusivity is ending.
The game will be removing its multiplayer modes by mid-November.
Strauss Zelnick casts some doubt on cloud gaming revolutionizing the industry.
Meanwhile, NBA 2K20 has sold 14 million units with the highest net bookings for the series.
League of Geeks and and Roll7 also sign on with the publishing label.
Experience the campaign and multiplayer from July 30th to August 3rd.
A second expansion is also in the works and included with the expansion pass.
New content could be coming soon to the sci-fi FPS/RPG.
The portable version will hopefully get some extra polish soon.
Neither a shooter nor a strategy game, V1 Interactive's debut title strikes a fun but uneven balance.
A new report discusses the details of Take-Two Interactive's split with Star Theory Games, which ultimately led to the studio's shuttering.
You'll be able to take the post-launch content on the go as well.
Obsidian's Eric DeMilt talks about the how controls were tuned.