The two companies continue their partnership in an unexpected way.
Only two games are available on the service as of now, but more are coming.
Ray-tracing, neural networks and 3D/4D processes are only the start.
The Switch could be coming to China very soon.
The mobile version has reportedly been in development for more than a year.
The studio of former Division developers are under new ownership.
Shuntaro Furukawa pours some cold water on the recent Chinese announcement.
Breaking into the Chinese market has supercharged Nintendo’s stock.
Just get Nintendo Switch Online working there before then.
The controversial figure tweeted out a lot about the current and future path of the Epic Games Store.
In development for "high-end" phones, a public beta is currently planned for Summer 2019.
Chinese conglomerate has acquired a 36 percent stake in Fatshark.
Nexon's founder is reportedly looking to sell his controlling stake.
Spelling the end of one struggle for Ubisoft.
The two will work on a new AAA IP together.
The mobile version of the popular battle royale game crosses a significant milestone.
No reason, including hints of a settlement, provided for withdrawal.
Grinding Gear Games promises more expansions and version 4.0.0 in the future.
Chicken dinner - but did you really earn it?
Epic Games plans to make the raytracing technology available to game developers later this year.