High Moon Studios, the developer known for the two recent Transformers games (War for Cybertron and Fall of Cybertron) as well as the upcoming Deadpool game, has had 40 employees laid off by Activision.
Activision has laid off approximately 30 employees and will release fewer licensed games, as the publisher moves to “realign” company structure.
Bungie will officially unveil their highly anticipated new franchise, the developer’s first games since completing their time with Halo, “In a matter of days.”
Studio closures have become far too common in the gaming industry, with a couple more falling victim in the last week.
If you're picking up Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 tomorrow (and you know you are), you may want to take a look at the new set of rules so you don't get yourself banned.
Just a little over two weeks before the launch of the latest Call of Duty instalment, Black Ops 2 releases, Activision has released a live action trailer with some familiar faces.
I’m interested in the upcoming Square-Enix title Sleeping Dogs (formerly known as True Crime: Hong Kong) but it’s not necessarily for the reasons that most people might have. Sure, I like my open world games as much as the next guy, and I’ve enjoyed running over pedestrians in Grand Theft Auto games, but what really has me intrigued about the game is setting; I want to see if they get Hong Kong right. Presenting me with places I’ve been to—or could never go to—in a convincing, interactive way is something that games have been getting very good at over the last few years.
The new premium service will provide players with additional Call of Duty content at a small extra charge.