While the original studio behind Left 4 Dead are making an unofficial sequel in Back 4 Blood, one of the Valve writers who gave L4D its personality is making a new cooperative monster-mashing shooter too. Stray Bombay, the studio co-founded
Do you dare to dream? Square Enix announced that their E3 conference, Square Enix Presents, would take place on June 13th at 8:15pm BST/3:15pm EST/12:15pm PST. Alongside an update on Platinum Games Babylon’s Fall and more on Life Is Strange:
E3 is almost upon us, which means E3 rumours and supposed leaks are ramping up. Here’s a curious one: Firaxis, the studio behind the rebooted XCOM, are making a turn-based game with Marvel superheroes. The evidence supporting rumours of this
The Marvel-related gaming leaks just keep coming. Multiple sources have corroborated a leaked report showing that a Marvel strategy game is coming from Firaxis Games, the acclaimed developer that created the most recent XCOM titles. 2K has not commented
Like their upcoming mind flayer baddies, Baldur’s Gate 3 developers Larian Studios have snatched some minds for a new studio. Larian have announced that they’ve snagged the development team from Spanish studio BlitWorks who they’ve previously worked with on
“We can’t wait to show you what we’ve been working on”.
Bend Studio, perhaps best known as the developer behind 2019’s post-apocalyptic bikes-and-zombies adventure Days Gone, has revealed it’s working on a new IP.
Days Gone – which initially launched
Larian has been on a roll ever since the breakout success of Divinity: Original Sin 2 – and I don’t just mean the dice rolling in the background of its RPG games. The studio picked up the rights to D&D
Set to create an “open-world action-adventure game”.
Following its acquisition of British developer Codemasters, it looks like EA is once again expanding its portfolio of developers – as the company is launching a new studio led by former Monolith
After 16 years, we’re finally going to see a new TimeSplitters game. This morning, publisher Deep Silver announced they’re reforming TimeSplitters studio Free Radical Design, with “key original members” returning to work on a new entry in the time-travelling
Back in February this year, EA announced it had acquired the British racing specialist, Codemasters. The deal was valued at $1.2 billion and adds IP such as Formula 1, DIRT, Project CARS and GRID to