Since it’s debut back in 2014, the survival horror title, Outlast and all its additions (as well as the sequel) have managed to bring in 15 million total copies sold. This has also landed the company about $64 million in revenue from the sales according to GamesIndustry. It’s a pretty insane number considering the survival horror genre seems to get a lot less attention due to the niche appeal.
In the current state of gaming, there has been a lot of contention amongst the community regarding the worth of single-player games. While single-player games still manage to rake in loads of cash (as seen with the recent releases God of War/ Super Mario Odyssey/ Horizon Zero Dawn ect) it seems that publishers continuously push the multiplayer aspect – maybe because it’s a way to monetize the audience even further, or maybe it manages to bring in more basic sales. Either way it’s something that sometimes hampers the single-player aspect of a release because resources have to be placed into the multiplayer component.
Following a massive string of poor timing, bad luck and (maybe?) over-confidence, Cliff Bleszinski studio, Boss Key Productions, has officially shut down. The news comes just a month after the studio announced the end of support for their flagship first-person shooter, Lawbreakers.
After the revelation of the eFail attack details, it’s time to reveal how the recently reported code injection vulnerability in the popular end-to-end encrypted Signal messaging app works.
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With a heavy heart, security researchers have early released the details of a set of vulnerabilities discovered in email clients for two widely used email encryption standards—PGP and S/MIME—after someone leaked their paper on the Internet, which was actually scheduled for tomorrow.
Adobe has just released new versions of its Acrobat DC, Reader and Photoshop CC for Windows and macOS users that patch 48 vulnerabilities in its software.