Dark Souls director Hidetaka Miyazaki confirmed that his studio, From Software, is currently working on two unannounced games, both of which are in the developer’s established wheelhouse of challenging, third-person combat in elaborate, layered worlds.
Ubisoft has been dropping hints about something in Ghost Recon Wildlands’ DLC, and some players think they point to a new Ubisoft game coming in 2019.
Epic is giving away free copies of Super Meat Boy, eager to encourage more players to use its new storefront.
Crossovers have long been a feature of Monster Hunter games, and Monster Hunter: World is continuing the tradition – the Witcher’s Geralt of Rivia will be visiting the New World some time this coming year, and we’ve now learned there’s an Assassin’s Creed collaboration as well.
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Jack Black is no stranger to videogames – he played the starring role in Double Fine’s Brutal Legend, after all. Now it seems he’s staging a gaming comeback by announcing his new YouTube channel, Jablinski, which he claims is going to be bigger than Ninja and PewDiePie.
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Valve has published a list of the top 100 selling games of 2018 on its digital sales platform Steam, and the highest-grossing games of the year include a mix of indie hits and triple-A games that represent both traditional sales models and free-to-play.
Epic Games, currently one of the biggest studios in the industry with the major success of Fortnite, launched their own store on the studio’s launcher. Not only that, they even take from developers a smaller stake of profits when compared to Steam’s 30%. This sparked a major discussion within the gaming industry claiming Epic Games is trying to take over Valve’s Steam position as the number one PC gaming platform and store. In a Reddit post, Epic Games Founder Tim Sweeney explained the entire situation and why the studio decided to start their own shop on the Epic Games platform.
Developer Grapeshot Games’ pirate-themed MMORPG released into Steam’s Early Access program a few days before Christmas, and it went on to claim Steam’s Early Access best-seller for the week. However, as thousands of people watched Twitch streamers and others play the game in an incredibly early state. Players noticed this and ATLAS currently stands at a 28% positive rating out of a little over 14,000 reviews.