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  • MLB The Show set to go beyond PlayStation

      Major League Baseball announced that the video game will be available on additional console platforms other than Sony’s PlayStation as early as 2021.

  • Nintendo Switch launches in China with a one-game eShop

    The gaming console was released by Chinese conglomerate Tencent on Tuesday, which saw Nintendo shares reach a 19-month high. While Chinese and overseas cartridges can be played on the device, online gameplay is region-locked, and the online store features one game – New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.

  • A new BioShock game is being worked on

    2K Games announced that a new studio, Cloud Chamber, would work on a BioShock game, the first in the franchise since 2013. The game will take several years to develop.

  • Nintendo Switch set for China launch

    Chinese tech company Tencent and Nintendo announced that they will release the video game console in China on December 10.

  • PlayStation is turning 25 years old

    The popular gaming platform has been in existence now for a quarter of a century, and gamers are recounting their memories over the years.

  • EA Sports officially cancels NBA Live 20

    Once again, EA Sports will not put out a new version of NBA Live. In a statement, the gaming company said, “We have our sights set on creating something fresh for the next generation of players and platforms.”

  • League of Legends is coming to consoles and mobile, and is getting a manager mode

    On the game’s 10th anniversary, developer Riot Games announced that the popular online battle arena game would be coming to consoles and mobile, having previously only been available to play on PC. The esports faction also revealed LoL Esports Manager, a new game that puts players in a team manager role for a top-tier professional […]

  • Character-based tactical shooter game leads series of announcements by Riot Games

    Riot Games announced that it is expanding beyond the world of League of Legends as it teased a new title currently dubbed Project A, which is character-based tactical shooter game for PC. Riot also announced Teamfight Tactics for mobile, a new animated series, Arcane, League of Legends: Wild Rift for Mobile and more.

  • Blizzard returns pro-Hong Kong gamer’s prize money, reduces suspension following backlash

    J. Allen Brack, president of Blizzard Entertainment, responded to widespread backlash following the company’s decision to suspend a player from competition for a year after he voiced his support for Hong Kong protesters. Ng Wai “blitzchung” Chung will have his winnings returned and his suspension reduced. Brack also said the company’s relationship with China had […]

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