An anonymous developer claims developer of System Shock 3, OtherSide, let go of the entire development team.
In China, ByteDance, the company behind TikTok, published three games that immediately entered the country’s top five mobile titles by downloads, one of them taking the top spot.
The New Zealand Game Developers Association posted findings from its survey on the country’s games industry. The industry generated NZ$203 million ($131 million) in 2019, more than doubling from 2017’s NZ$99.9 million ($64.3 million).
After several years in beta (testing of the service began back in 2017), GeForce Now is now officially released.
Dan Houser, Vice President, Creative at Rockstar Games, will be leaving the company March 11, 2020. Dan’s brother Sam Houser, co-founder/CEO of Rockstar, is remaining in the same role.
Chinese authorities continue to tighten regulations for games. Use of English, virtual marriages and the whole genre of “imperial harem games” fell under the ban.
Mobile gaming giant Supercell has made an early investment of $1.1 million in a newly formed studio called Wild Games.