Remedy CEO Tero Virtala spoke in an interview with GamesIndustry.biz about how the company doesn't see Control as a "major hit" but also isn't disappointed. Virtala also gave a bit more detail about the many projects Remedy is currently working on.
Valve's card game Artifact, which drew upon the world of DOTA 2, will not be receiving any future updates. Artifact 2.0, now called Artifact Foundry, is being released as-is and both games will be free to play.
Nacon and Frogwares continue to be tangled in legal conflict, with Nacon now rebuking Frogwares' allegations that Nacon pirated The Sinking City on Steam and indicating it may take legal action against what it sees as "prejudicial comments."
The global pandemic means in-person events aren't happening and games are being delayed but that doesn't mean there aren't events happening. Here's a list of gaming events in 2021 — that we know of so far.
Epic Games is acquiring Mediatonic, the development studio behind multiple games, including the recent Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout. Epic Games states that the game will remain available on Steam and the team is looking into adding new features like cross-play.
Leaked footage of Elden Ring has appeared online. It's blurry and only a few seconds long but it's confirmed to be real by multiple people working as journalists or analysts in the video game industry.
When you're comparing Diablo 2: Resurrected to Diablo 2: Lord of Destruction and wondering what the differences are, there's quite a few things to go over. Most importantly, the graphics have been vastly improved, with modern quality of life features.
HyperX, a brand of gaming accessories like headsets, is being purchased by HP for $425 million. Former HyperX parent company Kingston will retain its other assets, such as DRAM, flash, and SSD technologies.