Top Story— Facebook has just lost over $60 billion in market value over the past two days—that’s more than Tesla’s entire market capitalisation and almost three times that of Snapchat.
Valve’s digital distribution service Steam achieved a record $4.3 billion in total sales last year, data from Steam Spy has revealed. This figure was based on raw game sales and did not include downloadable content, microtransactions or any other in-app purchases.
God of War is one of the most anticipated titles, and its release is getting closer day by day. Sony Santa Monica is trying many new things with the title while maintaining the main features and identity of God of War titles.
Epic Games’ third-person shooter, Fortnite: Battle Royale is set to receive a new weapon into the arsenal mix. Coming via a small update yesterday, the studio has introduced a new iteration to the shotguns, the Heavy Shotgun.
As of right now, Rare’s Sea of Thieves is pretty forgiving when it comes to player’s deaths (besides potentially losing some of your scoured loot). It seems like that’s all about to change though, as Rare intends on implementing a penalty for those who bite the dust. The context of the death tax is that the Captain of the Ferry of the Damned will charge a “small gold fee” to bring you back.
Racing fans, rejoice! Codemasters’ joyous celebration of motorsport F1 2015 is free to download for the next day. Normally, the blazing face simulation requires a $40 deposit, so if you’ve neglected the F1 franchise and need to catch up, now’s the perfect time.