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Take-Two expects shorter gaps between releases

CEO Strauss Zelnick talks about release planning, working with third-party studios, next-gen, unions, and E3

By Brendan Sinclair

How Fortnite has paved the way for Wargaming Nexus' mobile assault

New business unit from World of Tanks dev aims to create "innovative AAA hits" for smart devices

By James Batchelor

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NPD: May 2019 was the worst May for new releases since 1998

Mortal Kombat 11 overtakes Kingdom Hearts III as best-selling software title year-to-date; hardware and software sales see overall declines

By Rebekah Valentine

Niko Partners: NetEase to continue transformation from domestic giant to global company in 2019

Overwatch has sold 10m units in the country as Chinese publisher seeks further international opportunities

By Rebekah Valentine

Xbox and Cyberpunk 2077 won the battle for media coverage at E3 2019

ICO Partners' annual report indicates strong coverage for the absent Sony, and finds Square Enix was the most talked about publisher

By Matthew Handrahan

Niko Partners: Game for Peace expected to bring in nearly $1b by year's end

PUBG Mobile clone anticipated to be one of Tencent's biggest games; meanwhile, PUBG Mobile has brought in $400m overseas

By Rebekah Valentine

Don't let ego kill E3 | Opinion

E3 is a silly, special week in the games industry calendar -- and maybe it doesn't need to change that much to survive

By Christopher Dring

EA names Sam Ebelthite as UK and Ireland boss

Former head Shaun Campbell takes new unspecified role

By Christopher Dring

Newzoo: Mobile, console install base to drive global games market to $152.1b in 2019

US will be the largest gaming market thanks to console sales, China's game license freeze

By Rebekah Valentine

Why Niantic bought a tabletop game developer

Sensible Object's Alex Fleetwood on joining the Pokémon Go firm and the future of location-based games

By James Batchelor

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Bluepoint co-founder Andy O'Neil dies

Engineer who worked on Metroid Prime trilogy, Shadow of the Colossus remake was 47 years old

By Brendan Sinclair

Nicky Romero invests in ReKTGlobal

EDM DJ joins other music industry figures in co-ownership, board membership

By Rebekah Valentine

Lumberyard at heart of Amazon Game Studios' development woes

"They're still ironing out the kinks of what it means to own and maintain your own engine," says Amazon dev

By Haydn Taylor

D3T details first ever Wellbeing Week

Studio's new initiative will cover physical, emotional and financial health across five days of activities

By James Batchelor

Niantic acquires Sensible Object

UK studio behind Beasts of Balance will support Niantic's tiles during transition period, then create its own real-world games

By James Batchelor

Twin Mirror Japanese release cancelled

Publisher Bandai Namco cites "various reasons" though offers few details

By Haydn Taylor

Oculus VP: "We believe Quest is the first VR hardware that has potential to become a viable medium"

Jason Rubin elaborates on and apologizes for roll out of recent game curation changes

By Rebekah Valentine

Twitch sues users who filled Artifact category with porn, violence, racism, and misogyny

Unknown streamers used bots to flood deserted category with inappropriate content, including videos of the Christchurch mosque attack

By Rebekah Valentine

Minecraft Story Mode for Xbox 360 gets massive price hike

Episodes temporarily selling for $99.99 each to give existing owners a window to download the game while discouraging new sales

By Brendan Sinclair

Gamelab conference has five free passes for GamesIndustry.biz readers

Barcelona developer conference will host Mike Morhaime, Randy Pitchford, David Cage, Cory Barlog and Brendan Greene this year

By Matthew Handrahan

Women accounted for 21% of E3 stage presenters, just 5% of game protagonists

But annual Feminist Frequency gender breakdown shows number of games with multiple choice is at a five-year high

By James Batchelor

Niantic files lawsuit against "hacker" group

Global ++ has allegedly created derivative apps based on Ingress, Pokémon Go and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

By Matthew Handrahan

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