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Blizzard will co-develop Diablo Immortal with NetEaseNovember 06, 2018Blizzard announced at last week's Blizzon event that it will partner NetEase to develop Diablo Immortal, a mobile massively-multiplayer RPG based on the Diablo IP for Android and iOS devices. Despite the availability of Hearthstone across PC and mobile platforms, this is Blizzard’s first game designed exclusively for mobile devices. The company confirmed that Diablo Immortal features new storylines that connect the end of Diablo 2 and the beginning of Diablo 3, and will include iconic Diablo character classes.
Mainland China: Tencent closes popular poker game to comply with regulationsSeptember 11, 2018Tencent announced it will shut down its Everyday Texas Hold’em poker game on September 25 and start to issue refunds to players or convert the in-game currency to other Tencent games. The company’s spokesperson suggested that the move was aimed at diverting more resources to other games in its pipeline rather than a response to the intensifying government policy on online games industry.
Nintendo details Switch’s imminent paid-subscription layerMay 21, 2018Nintendo has revealed that the incoming paid membership system, Nintendo Switch Online, will include access to a number of its retro titles, specifically 20 NES games retooled for online play. There’s the introduction of a ‘Family Group’ pricing tier, allowing up to eight accounts to be grouped together under one banner, for $34.99/€34.99/£31.49 per year. The service launches in September, worldwide.Subscribers Only
Tencent UP 2018 Conference: Fornite officially coming to ChinaApril 25, 2018As announced at its UP2018 conference, Tencent is to invest $16 million in Fortnite-related esports in China. The company has already secured a licensing partnership with BlueHole, the creator of Fortnite's main competitor, Publisher Unknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), but its China release is delayed.Subscribers Only
Epic Games closes MOBA title Paragon, but opens up assetsMarch 21, 2018Epic Games has announced the closure of its MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) title Paragon, after nurturing it for two years in beta. The company will be releasing the game’s assets, mooted to be worth around $12 million, free to any developer utilising Epic’s Unreal Engine.
Monster Hunter World sets sales record for CapcomMarch 15, 2018Capcom’s Monster Hunter World, released for Xbox One and PS4 in January, has become the publisher’s bestselling title yet. It recently announced that the game shipped 7.5 million units (a combination of physically-distributed and digitally-sold copies), with the planned PC conversion yet to hit the market.
Electronic Arts calendar Q4 2017 and full year 2017 reviewFebruary 23, 2018This games publisher company report examines Electronic Arts' calendar 2017 commercial performance and provides analysis of the company's strategy.Subscribers Only