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Daybreak Games restructures into three studios

Dimensional Ink Games, Darkpaw Games, and Rogue Planet games to work on new and existing Daybreak properties

By Haydn Taylor

NHS mental health director calls for loot box ban

UPDATE: UKIE responds, emphasising that industry already addresses spending caps and disclosed drop rates

By James Batchelor

The transcendent appeal of Mount & Blade: Warband

Why I Love: The degree of difficulty for dev and player alike got John Nejady interested in TaleWorlds' medieval battle game, but the community he found made it something more

By John Nejady

AppsFlyer secures $210m in latest funding round

General Atlantic leads Series D round, brings AppsFlyer total funding to $294 million since 2011

By Haydn Taylor

The best-selling games of the decade show AAA was left behind by innovation | Opinion

The games industry has made great strides forward in the past ten years - but none of that is apparent in the retail charts

By James Batchelor

The GamesIndustry.biz Podcast: Xbox's plan to reshape the console industry

Latest episode available to download now, also shares more information on plans for the GamesIndustry.biz Academy

By James Batchelor

Rockstar responds to claims it abuses tax relief

But Grand Theft Auto developer makes no comment on reports it has not paid corporate tax in four years

By James Batchelor

SpecialEffect's One Special Day raises 455,000

Dozens of publishers donated proceeds from mobile and PC sales to charity helping people with disabilities play games

By Brendan Sinclair

Dying Light 2 delayed, no new release window given

Techland drops spring release target for open-world zombie shooter, says it will have more details "in the coming months"

By Brendan Sinclair

Cloud Imperium responds to Crytek's attempt to dismiss its own lawsuit

Star Citizen developer maintains engine providers claim "is and always has been meritless"

By James Batchelor

Ubisoft files lawsuit against site that enabled Rainbow Six Siege DDoS attacks

Publisher claims group behind ShortNameGame sold the software used to disrupt the game

By James Batchelor

Tencent ramping up investments - but may veer away from games

Having already poured money into eleven games firms, Chinese giant is concentrating on new industries such as 'smart retail'

By James Batchelor

Remote Control Productions opens Dundee outpost

Production house appoints Rockstar Lincoln veteran Mark Lloyd as managing director

By Rebekah Valentine

Ubisoft is restructuring its editorial team

Publisher expands, reorganizes Paris-based group in an effort to make its games stand out

By Rebekah Valentine

Why the traditional product lifecycle “maybe doesn't apply” to League of Legends

After ten years, League of Legends is still one of the most popular games on earth and Riot Games is riding that wave into new spaces

By Haydn Taylor

GamesIndustry.biz to host non-violent games panel at EGX Rezzed

Ustwo Games, Aardman, Nyamyam and Quantum Soup will discuss making killer games that don't involve killing

By GamesIndustry Staff

BT becomes first European partner for Google Stadia

Google attempts to address Stadia lag problems with new high-speed broadband deal

By Chris Buckley

Humble Bundle joins efforts to raise money for Australian bushfire relief

Meanwhile, Warframe dev Digital Extremes donates $30,000 to two chairties

By James Batchelor

Cyberpunk 2077 pushed to September

Update: CD Projekt reveals that development staff have been required to crunch on upcoming RPG

By Brendan Sinclair

Media firm behind Autosport plans to "change the landscape" of racing games

Ex-Codemasters creative director Stephen Hood on how the new Motorsport Games group can disrupt the market

By James Batchelor

NetEase launches own digital distribution platform in China

Fever Game to focus on delivering affordable imported games from large and small developers

By Haydn Taylor

Microsoft goes all-in on the 'evergreen platform'

Bowing out of launch exclusives for Xbox Series X means Microsoft is now fully committed to the bold vision it's talked about for so many years

By Rob Fahey

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was the best-selling game of the year in the US

But Nintendo thrived in hardware and software sales at the end of its competitors' console generations

By Rebekah Valentine

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