Xbox's Booty says solo studios can't make triple-A titles anymore
Video games are simply too big to be created by just one team these days, the exec claims
Outriders studio People Can Fly moves into mid-tier game dev
Company wants to work on these titles alongside its triple-A output
Former PlayStation boss Layden says triple-A game dev is unsustainable
SIE alum said that budgets for first-party PS5 titles could be double the $100 million it cost to make PS4 projects
Triple-A vets set up new studio That's No Moon backed by Korea's Smilegate
Founding members include former Naughty Dog, Sony Santa Monica and Infinity Ward staff
Ubisoft insists it is not reducing triple-A game output
"Our intention is to deliver a diverse line-up of games that players will love - across all platforms"
LA Noire studio working on triple-A VR game for Rockstar
Could be one of the 93 titles that Take-Two wants to launch by end of 2025 financial year
Former PlayStation studios boss Layden says triple-A budgets aren't sustainable
"Major triple-A games in the current generation go anywhere from $80 million to $150 million or more to build, and that’s before marketing"
Single player is stronger than ever, says Remedy Entertainment
“We are seeing that single-player games are stronger now than they have ever been"
What does Darewise's second life look like?
Ubisoft vet and studio founder and CEO Benjamin Charbit takes us behind the scenes
Remedy: "Triple-A single player game experiences are not dead"
The Finnish studio talks the perceived death of single-player games in the triple-A space, working with publishers from around the world and why it decided to IPO
2018 Preview: 20 triple-A games you should keep an eye on this year
We round-up some of the top-line games you should be watching out for in the coming year
New Year New Job - Techland vet Michal Napora shares what he's learnt from going it alone
Being your own boss, knowing when to switch off, the challenges of working from home and the differences of marketing triple-A and indie titles