The gaming industry is constantly evolving. Every few years we see new technological innovations that make games more impressive and easier to craft. Not only that but as our society becomes more dependent on technology and the power of online media consumption improves, we see the gaming industry adapt to these changes, too.
The constantly shifting and changing dynamic of the games industry makes it impossible to predict precisely what is coming over the next few years, but we can still make an educated guess on what will change and how. Here are some of our predictions.
The rise of the monthly subscription box has been a strange one. For a monthly fee a mysterious box turns up at your doorstep containing a bunch of goodies, typically following some sort of theme. Over time these evolved to become more focused, so now there are […]
EA have announced a surprising new subscription scheme exclusively for Xbox One owners that will grant access to numerous titles for little cost. For $4.99 (about £3) a month or $29.99 (about £18) a year subscribers will get access to EA’s so-called Vault, from which you can then […]
Activision is hoping to have its much talked about Call of Duty Elite up and running correctly by December 1st. When MW3 was released, users with the Elite subscription had massive troubles registering their code and at times even accessing the site, at one stage as little […]
Activision today announced their latest plans for one of the biggest names in gaming: Call of Duty. The shooter series is already notorious for its pricing tactics with Modern Warfare 2 and Black Ops retailing at a higher price than most other games, along with map packs usually […]
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