Following a decision to ban TikTok and WeChat from US App stores, the Trump administration is now scrutinizing U.S gaming companies with ties to Chinese businesses, namely Tencent
Marvelous announced Rune Factory 5 is now coming in Spring 2021 in Japan, simply "2021" in the west, exclusively on Nintendo Switch.
The order would ban American transactions with Tencent, but it's been clarified that it won't affect the video game companies it owns or has a stake in.
Rune Factory 5 surprisingly still wasn't delayed to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic and seemingly won't, judging from Marvelous' financials.
Yusuke Hashimoto Confirms He is Not Involved in Tencent’s Project Noah, Still Working on “Something New”
The original concept Noah teased by Yusuke Hashimoto in April 2019 and the Project Noah MMORPG by Tencent are two completly unrelated things.
The Tencent Games Annual Conference 2020 revealed a bunch of new games, mainly coming to mobile, and mainly only announced in China for now.
Pokemon Unite is looking to take on League of Legends as the popular franchise is now officially entering the MOBA space.
Tencent will be investing in Marvelous, allowing the Japanese studio to further develop its franchises and release new IPs in the next three years.
The System Shock IP is again swapping hands it seems, with the property now falling to Tencent.
Along with Imaizumi, Tencent has also hired the Lead Director of Halo 4, Scott Warner, to direct its new AAA studio in North America
The rumor comes after news that Platinum is receiving funding from Tencent.
PlatinumGames received a capital investment from Tencent Holdings Ltd, will keep its independence and work towards self-publishing its games.
In a lengthy statement, Blizzard President J. Allen Brack stated "our relationships in China had no influence on our decision."
Call of Duty: Mobile is a surprisingly great first-person shooter with buttery smooth controls that has me addicted.
After being out for a week, Call of Duty: Mobile has surpassed 100 million downloads.
After launching this Tuesday, Call of Duty: Mobile has gone on to reach 35 million downloads.
After months and months of waiting, Activision and Tencent have revealed that Call of Duty: Mobile will be launching on October 1, 2019.
The Pokemon Company has announced a partnership with Chinese Company Tencent to create new Pokemon games.
After getting my hands on Call of Duty: Mobile at E3 2019, I'm optimistic about the future of this title and I'm looking forward to getting my hands on it.
Chinese Studio Tencent Releases Trailer for Zombie Mobile Game, Inspired by Days Gone and State of Decay
Chinese publishing studio Tencent released a trailer for their upcoming zombie mobile game, taking a few cues from other Western titles.