Gaming

What are the biggest games in February 2023? After last month’s drought, February is shaping up to be a solid month for video game launches, with plenty of big titles scattered throughout. Up first is the much-anticipated Hogwarts Legacy on February 10, where you’re whisked away on a whimsical journey into the 1800s wizarding world,
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Pune-based developer SuperGaming has dropped the gameplay trailer for its upcoming battle-royale title Indus, right in time for Republic Day. Pre-registrations are now live on Android, with signups on iOS and iPadOS to “follow soon.” The timing couldn’t be more appropriate since the company wears its “Made-in-India” tag with pride, incorporating a touch of Indian
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Cyberpunk 2077’s Phantom Liberty expansion boasts the biggest budget for a CD Projekt Red additional content yet. Speaking to the Polish financial news outlet Parkiet, the developer’s investor relations manager Marek Bugdoł suggested that it was the biggest expansion in the studio’s history in terms of budget. The executive also stated that the company feels
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Technology giant Apple has filed an appeal against an investigation by Britain’s competition watchdog into the dominance of its mobile browsers in the cloud gaming market. Last November, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), Britain’s competition regulator, launched a full investigation into cloud gaming and mobile browsers on concerns about restrictions by iPhone-maker Apple and
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Chinese games publisher NetEase said on Wednesday it has rejected a proposal from Activision Blizzard to extend their long-time partnership for six months, as the US game developer looks for a new partner. NetEase said the proposal was “commercially illogical” and accused the US firm of “seeking a divorce but still remaining attached,” in a
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Paramount Pictures’ Rainbow Six movie has reportedly found its director in Chad Stahelski. As per The Hollywood Reporter, the John Wick filmmaker will helm the live-action feature adaptation of the eponymous 1998 spy-thriller novel, which sees Michael B. Jordan reprising his role as Navy SEAL-turned-CIA operative John Clark. The upcoming Rainbow Six film will essentially
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