Infinity Ward pulls "OK" gesture from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Sign has become known as a white supremacist gesture; developer has yet to comment

By Rebekah Valentine

Sega announces Astro City Mini arcade cabinet

Tiny arcade machine comes pre-loaded with 36 Sega arcade titles

By Rebekah Valentine

Magic Leap appoints Microsoft exec as CEO

Peggy Johnson takes on the role from August 1

By James Batchelor

11 Bit Studios commits $21m to production of seven games

Four of the new products are through its publishing label, while three are first-party titles

By Matthew Handrahan

Mediatonic stealthily evolves to take bigger risks

Co-founder Dave Bailey tells us why forming the Tonic Games Group will enable his teams to make more unorthodox games

By James Batchelor

Former Bungie boss says deal with Activision "not a marriage made in heaven at all"

"We knew it was a risk right from the get go, and it turned out to be exactly as bad as we thought it to be," says Marty O'Donnell

By Haydn Taylor

European trade bodies unite for Eurovision-style Gamescom contest

Live showcase hosted by Mr Midas will celebrate the best unreleased games from across Europe

By James Batchelor

We need a movement to tackle systemic abuse, not a moment | Opinion

For years people within the industry have listened, but they refused to hear

By Kim Belair

Microsoft to hold Xbox Games Showcase on July 23rd

Event likely to show first-party Xbox Series X titles following May third-party showcase

By Rebekah Valentine

Our cute pets column has a name | Creature Comforts

We're back with another round of developers' pet pics to help you through the dog days of summer

By Brendan Sinclair

Since launching four years ago today, Pokémon Go has grossed $3.6bn

Despite global lockdown, Niantic's location-based mobile game is on track for another record year

By Haydn Taylor

The rising cost of video games | Podcast

We discuss the expected price hike for next-gen games on our latest episode, available to download now

By GamesIndustry Staff

How to successfully cater to older players

Mobile veteran Wilhelm Taht looks at lessons from Bingo Bash's success on successfully appealing to players aged 55+

By Wilhelm Taht

Naughty Dog condemns abusive fan response to The Last of Us 2

Creative director Neil Druckman and voice actor Laura Bailey receive death threats and abuse over game's narrative decisions

By Haydn Taylor

Ubisoft's Maxime Béland resigns amid abuse allegations

Tommy François placed on disciplinary leave, one unnamed Toronto employee dismissed

By James Batchelor

Nintendo condemns abuse as allegations spread across Smash Bros. community

Platform holder is "deeply disturbed" as more than 50 players accused of a variety of sexual offences

By James Batchelor

Criterion raising money for charity with release of game jam titles

Profits will be donated to British Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders, and Show Racism the Red Card

Overcoming the "ugly necessity" of scaling back inactive teams

Matchmaking platform SupplyDrop aims to connect studios that have too many developers with those that have too few

By Haydn Taylor

Evo CEO dismissed, event cancelled amid accusations of misconduct and abuse

Capcom, NetherRealm and influencers pulled support before cancellation

By James Batchelor

Performance capture in the era of remote working

The Academy explores the challenges of remote performance capture -- and how to overcome them

By Marie Dealessandri

Animoca Brands secures $4.1m in new investment

The money comes from strategic investors M7 Asia and Mind Fund among others

Sony considering a bid for Digital Extremes owner Leyou

Shares in Chinese technology firm jump up by 9.8% in the wake of report, company valued at $1.1 billion

By James Batchelor

Amazon and Google are in games for the wrong reasons | Opinion

Amazon's Crucible won't be the last embarrassment if tech companies don't stop viewing games as a means to drive cloud service revenue

By Rob Fahey

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