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The world’s biggest video game launched a massive update after going dark for 2 days — here’s everything that’s changed in ...
"Fortnite: Chapter 2" brings the biggest changes the game has seen since it launched in 2017, including a brand-new map for Battle Royale mode.
'NBA 2K20' was the best-seller in a month packed with new games, beating out 'FIFA 20,' 'Borderlands 3,' and 'The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening.'
Google’s new streaming video game service is set to take on PlayStation and Xbox, and it’s finally got a release date
Google's taking on heavyweights like Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo with a new video game platform named Stadia that's set to arrive on November 19.
In this "Super Mario Bros." spin-off, Luigi will have to rescue Mario and Peach from a haunted hotel.
Blizzard cancelled an event at Nintendo’s New York superstore amid a fan backlash to its Hong Kong controversy
Blizzard had planned to celebrate the launch of "Overwatch" on the Nintendo Switch with a special event at the Nintendo Store in Rockefeller Plaza.
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator has joined the cast of ‘Mortal Kombat 11,’ and it’s just as wild as you’d imagine
The Terminator made famous by Arnold Schwarzenegger is the newest character in "Mortal Kombat 11," and the murderous cyborg is a perfect fit.
Blizzard broke its silence to say China didn’t influence its decision to ban a professional gamer from Hong Kong, but fans aren’t buying i...
People aren't satisfied with Blizzard's claim that China didn't influence its decision to ban pro gamer from Hong Kong, so they're planning protests.
‘Fortnite’ announces ‘The End’ as final season 10 event powers down, leaving millions with black holes onscreen
What at first looked like a technical failure appears to be a promotional tactic, as Fortnite's official Twitter account announced 'The End.'
Video game streaming is a hugely profitable industry, and Facebook Gaming is jumping in. Its partnered gamers say they're reaping the benefits, too.
Blizzard says its ‘relationships in China had no influence on our decision’ to punish an esports athlete who voiced his support for Hong K...
Blizzard CEO J Allen Brack issued the company's first public statement since it was accused of censoring a Hong Kong-based esports competitor.