The World Health Organization votes to officially classify gaming addiction as a disease in The International Classification of Diseases in 2022.
In a further misguided attempt to put economic pressure on China, this proposed tariff may make the next console generation a lot more expensive.
A new trailer for the Nintendo Switch exclusive Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order releases, featuring X-Men, Magneto, Deadpool, and more.
A new report indicates that Apex Legends' revenue has fallen drastically for the second month in a row, prompting concern over the game's future.
Rainbow Six Siege's Operation Phantom Sight is playable on test servers, adding 2 new operators (Nøkk & Warden) and a redesigned Kafe Dostoyevsky map.
There's been an inopportune leak in the Activision camp. It's now been confirmed that the next game in the series is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
Turner "Tfue" Tenney's FaZe Clan contract has finally seen the light of day, and it's as awful as the player had previously claimed it was.
Anthem's been pushed off the Xbox One's most-played games list, and comparing player numbers of the more active Battlefield 1 paints a grim picture.
Valve clumsily tries to address the flood of positive reviews Assassin's Creed: Unity received in the wake of the Notre Dame cathedral fire.
Screen Rant has an exclusive first look at two new Generals from the Transformers: War For Cybertron Siege TCG expansion, Optimus Prime and Megatron.
Sony announces plans to purchase several development studios ahead of the release of the PlayStation 5 for game development on that system.
Fortnite pro Turner "Tfue" Tenney demands FaZe Clan release his contract to the public to prove his claims that its unfair and exploitative.
We had the opportunity to preview Codemasters' F1 2019 game and determine that it's almost a generational jump for the racing franchise.
Sony CEO Jim Ryan clarifies the reports surrounding the company's apparent partnership with Microsoft, stating it doesn't actually exist yet.
Call of Duty's portable take on battle royale manages to squeeze in much of Blackout mode's big features while streamlining other areas.
World War Z sells nearly two million units since launching in April, performing better than expected in sales in addition to being a critical success.