Google Stadia users are reporting the Chromecast Ultras running the service are overheating and even shutting down during long play sessions.
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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order showed off its hero, Cal Kestis, using a double-bladed lightsaber for the first time in its final gameplay trailer.
Star Citizen's latest developer update video shows off some new footage that's unlikely to set backers at ease with its dull combat and graphics bugs.
Despite Deep Down's development team disbanding, Capcom recently renewed the game's trademark and its producer says it may still see the light of day.
Kojima Productions' Death Stranding will be available on both Steam and the Epic Games Store simultaneously when it launches on PC in summer 2020.
Hermen Hulst, former head of Guerrilla Games, is moving on to lead Sony Worldwide Studios. Former president Shuhei Yoshida will remain at the company.
Hearthstone Battlegrounds, an auto battler based on Blizzard's Hearthstone, was announced at BlizzCon, with an open beta coming November 12th.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint is getting major changes aimed at making it "more radical and immersive." The planned updates include fixes and new content.
New leaks concerning Overwatch 2's upcoming reveal once again point to the anticipated game's debut coming during BlizzCon, which starts November 1.
A video confirms that the Mythic Goldfish is now available in Fortnite, showing it killing a player in one shot. The item is a rare drop from fishing.
CD Projekt Red's Krakow studio head says microtransactions aren't worth the money they make if they cause players to lose faith in the developer.
Riot Games issues a statement about speaking out on "sensitive topics" on its platforms ahead of this weekend's League of Legends World Championship.
A leaked image on the Italian App Store appears to show that Fortnite Season 11 will start a whole new chapter for the popular battle royale game.
Steam Remote Play Together enters beta on October 21 and will let users play any game with local co-op online by streaming it to a friend's computer.
Call of Duty: Mobile is playable for free on PC with a mouse and keyboard using a legal emulator made by Tencent, which owns the game's developer.