Today, Epic Games announces a major push in the esports market. The developer will provide $100 million for tournament prize pools in the first year of competitive play. The fact that the investment is so large will undoubtedly draw in more players.
A few days ago, Fortnite was caught in a controversy involving cross-play support. Rumors abound that the game would only feature the functionality between PlayStation 4 and other platforms, excluding Xbox One. It turns out this isn't the case.
Fortnite is a free-to-play third-person shooter which features building mechanics and even a PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds-like mode. Currently, the game runs at 30 FPS on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but that's about to change this month.
Two of the most popular Battle Royale shooters on the market right now are PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, and Fortnite. These two games are similar, but ultimately offer two different experiences. Here's our analysis of each title.
Poland-based developer People Can Fly has announced it is now an independent game studio once again, as it is no longer officially a part of Epic Games. The studio has also acquired the rights to the Bulletstorm game franchise from Epic, which it helped to create.
Earlier this year, Epic Games surprised many people when they announced that anyone could download and use their latest game graphics engine, Unreal Engine 4, for just $19 a month to make free and commercial projects. While Epic's lead programmer Tim Sweeney already indicated back in April that it would be a while before Unreal Engine 4 would work with Windows Phone and Windows RT...
The Xbox brand name not only stands for the hardware box that has sat under television sets for the last thirteen years, but also the exclusive franchises that have made it completely and utterly unique. Whether you are racing an auto in Forza, shooting down alien forces in Halo, or trying to save the inhabitants of Sera in Gears of War – you will be doing on the Xbox platform. After...