A few lines of code uncovered in Steam suggest that Valve is working on compatibility tools to allow users to play games regardless of operating system. Put another way, Steam’s going to let you run Windows games on Mac and Linux with a set of software built directly into the client.
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Instagram has been hit by a widespread hacking campaign that appears to stem from Russia and have affected hundreds of users over the past week, leaving them locked out of their accounts.
With mobile gaming accounting for more than 80% of all app revenue from the iOS App and Google Play stores, there’s no doubt that the platform is alive and well. The mobile gaming industry has seen its revenue skyrocket from just over $20 billion in 2014 to nearly $60 billion in 2018. While much of that revenue is no doubt a byproduct of your grandmother spending hundreds of dollars on Candy Crush, there have been plenty of quality experiences released on the mobile platform in the past decade.
Overwatch League is set to sell a slot in Toronto, according to a recent report. If finalized, the deal would mark the first Canadian team for the league. The team is set to be managed by existing esports organization Splyce, which will take a 10% stake along with a variety of other investors.
Pokemon fans rejoice as there appear to be even more video games coming soon for the Nintendo Switch console. This news should be taken lightly as there is no official word on the titles quite yet, but it appears that Amazon had accidentally posted a few listings for Pokemon games slated for the Nintendo Switch.
Phishing works no matter how hard a company tries to protect its customers or employees.
Following up after the success of Battlefield 1 comes the upcoming release of Battlefield V. This upcoming video game will take players back into the gritty war of World War II. There haven’t been too many details unveiled for the upcoming title quite yet but we do know that another trailer for this title will be coming out soon.
The first episode of The Walking Dead: The Final Season launched just yesterday, and that means it’s time for an interminable release schedule to keep us waiting until the second part is ready. At least, that’s what it would’ve meant in the past, but Telltale has gone and offered a full release schedule breaking down exactly when each episode is set to launch.
The much beloved TimeSplitters IP is now under the care of new owners. Today official word was released that unveiled Koch Media has now acquired the rights to the IP. This was a beloved video game franchise that has been around since 2000. Now that the title is in the care of Koch Media we may soon see a new installment.