Twelve years after GTA V was announced
How much is too much?
Could it take GTA V's title of second-best-selling game ever?
Even though it's cheaper and better on the Xbox Store
Our guess is refreshed hardware is still at least another year away because of the rocky last couple of years
The publisher expects to make over $8 billion in its next financial year
When it rains, it pours: Still reeling from a GTA 6 leak over the weekend, Take-Two got nailed with another data breach. This time it was subsidiary 2K Games taking the hit when a hacker accessed an internal support account and began sending out official 2K emails with links to a phishing website. It is still unclear if Take-Two has contained the intrusion and how many customers were affected, but the entire 2K support division is shut down until further notice.
Confirming its authenticity in the process
In context: If there's one thing that validates the legitimacy of a massive gaming leak, it's the company behind said title responding with copyright strikes that force the content to be removed. That's what Take-Two did soon after the 90+ videos and screenshots of GTA 6 started hitting the web yesterday. We've also heard that the leaker responsible, who says he is the same 18-year-old hacker that breached Uber, is looking to "negotiate a deal" with Take-Two/Rockstar.
And a logo using the letter R
Just as GTA: The Trilogy is being blasted by everyone
New games are worth the extra money, apparently
PoC fixes Rockstar's seven-year-old inefficient loading routine
Another major gaming-related merger is in the works
We're in for quite a wait
CEO allegedly told employee if they didn't like it they were "welcome to quit"
BioShock 3 is looking likely
The Red Dead Redemption 2 lawsuit has been voluntarily dismissed
A slam dunk for sports fans
Creating cheat mods just isn't worth it
Are multiplayer battle royale games killing single-player games?
A judge said the in-game character is not reasonably identifiable as Lohan
Over 85 million copies sold