Overwatch could pull in up to $720 million per year, according to Morgan Stanley reportnews $100 million per year is probably more likely, but that's still nothing to sneeze at.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds launched on Steam Early Access this past Thursday, and according to its developer, Bluehole, it has already raked in over $11 million in sales. The multiplayer battle royale shooter also drew a sizable crowd of combatants with a peak of 67,000 concurrent players, says Bluehole's press release. People didn't just play, but also watched: Bluehole reports over 150,000 concurrent viewers on Twitch. If you're looking to get started with Battlegrounds yourself, make sure
It seems Cities: Skylines has done rather well for Colossal Order, and for publisher Paradox, shifting over 3.5 million copies to date. It's also the second anniversary of the enormo-city builder's release, so in celebration the developer is putting out some free DLC, which will be "available soon". We can finally recreate the alternate universe from Fringe! Oh, but only if the next expansion contains that weird amber stuff that was being used to close dimensional breaches. Here, have a read of
Oculus' co-founders Brendan Iribe and Palmer Luckey were forced to pay $150 million and $50 million respectively. John Carmack responded informally via Facebook thereafter—which ZeniMax in turn responded to—and has now sued ZeniMax formally for $22.5 million. "The jury flatly rejected Mr. Carmack’s complaint, and found for ZeniMax. The wiping occurred right after Mr. Carmack researched on Google how to wipe a hard drive. "Apparently lacking in remorse, and disregarding the evidence of his many f