Archive - Rachel Weber
Rachel Weber has been with GamesIndustry since 2011 and specialises in news-writing and investigative journalism. She has more than five years of consumer experience, having previously worked for Future Publishing in the UK.
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Yesterday "We look forward to helping the industry make sense of the exciting recent developments"
2 days ago "We have nothing but heart-felt thanks for the team at Lionhead"
3 days ago Beta program available in summer 2016
3 days ago Videos can now earn revenue while a Content ID claim is being disputed
3 days ago Jaime Gine joins technical services provider
4 days ago "Not necessarily working with our mobile phone"
4 days ago Welcomes a director of content, VP of people operations, VP of product, and VP of Analytics
4 days ago 68,178 units sold in debut week
5 days ago Sold 51.2 million in latest quarter
5 days ago Blizzard releases Whispers of the Old Gods expansion
5 days ago Located in Beijing, San Francisco, Taipei
5 days ago CEO Niccolo de Masi updates us on its celebrity strategy
6 days ago New deal brings Twilight and Sicario to US users, UK users get smaller selection
6 days ago Patrice Désilets to obtain rights to 1666 Amsterdam from Ubisoft
10 days ago "This initial investment allows us to produce and launch a truly astonishing first title"
11 days ago Andrew Pruett joins from Apple
11 days ago Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition in new entry at 8
12 days ago "Will allow Intel to intensify our investments in the products and technologies that fuel our growth"
12 days ago Not content with one company and franchise the Industrial Toys team is launching Gunslinger Studios
13 days ago "Will allow us to help customers better tackle this computationally intensive part of the creative process"
16 days ago Baiyon brings his artistic talents to PixelJunk studio
17 days ago Don't plan on playing Lucky's Tale on your Vive for too long...
17 days ago Brings BAFTA Crew (Games) team to 146
17 days ago "Combined sales across hardware, physical software, and accessories in March 2016 were flat"