VideoGamer.com gets the chance to sit down with World of Warcraft game director Tom Chilton, and art director Chris Robinson, to talk about gold farming, subscription drops, consoles, and the ever-elusive subject of Pandaren.
DICE may be in crunch time as far as Battlefield 3 goes, with the game due for release on October 28, but the studio has plans for projects other than Battlefield.
EA Sports has revealed details of its FIFA 12 demo, planned for release on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC on September 13. The publisher tweeted information on the teams you'll be able to play as, the length of each half and where you'll be playing.
The Witcher 2 could come to the PlayStation 3 in the future, according to developer CD Projekt. Speaking at gamescom, the dev stated it "would like to see the game on PlayStation and we'd like to deliver it to those players".
EA has revealed that it will limit the sales of its upcoming MMO, Star Wars: The Old Republic, in order to ensure the game has a smooth launch period.
Valve has revealed that the free DLC for Portal 2, announced back in April, will be released in mid-September - just about sticking to the company's announced summer release date.
GOG.com has announced it is running a 40 per cent discount on a number of titles, including The Witcher 2. The promotion runs from today until August 22.
Valve boss Gabe Newell has revealed that action RTS Dota 2, revealed publicly for the first time this week at gamescom, probably won't ship until 2012. The game had been penned in for release towards the end of this year.
BioWare's ongoing quest to create the pre-built female Shepard fans want in Mass Effect 3 continues. Now the developer is looking for your input on hair colour.
Clearly a fan of quality control, Valve CEO Gabe Newell has admitted to having played the company's upcoming strategy title, Dota 2, for in excess of 800 hours.
CD Projekt has detailed the upcoming 2.0 update for the PC version of hit RPG The Witcher 2. As revealed in the video below, the free update brings with it technical enhancements, gameplay tweaks and major new features.
Blizzard has no plans to work on a StarCraft MMO in the foreseeable future, the developer has confirmed. Blizzard co-founder Frank Pearce admitted the studio was currently too preoccupied with its existing titles to develop a spin off.