Earlier this month, Microsoft teased a new game for smartphones based on the immensely popular Minecraft game. Unfortunately, we didn’t have much to go on other than it would be an augmented reality title.
Microsoft hosted its keynote for its developers conference, BUILD 2019, today. The company decided to close things out with a video, teasing at a potentially massive new avenue for the popular game Minecraft.
Warren Buffett is one of the largest investors in Apple, and the reasonably positive relationship between the two is not a secret. But apparently Buffett though he’d get some help from the company to launch a brand new mobile game heavily inspired by the 1985 classic, Paperboy.
We first heard about Niantic’s next augmented reality game, which would be based on the Harry Potter franchise, in 2017. And then, last year, we finally got our first teaser trailer for the title known as Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. And now the developer is making it easy for future players to secure their names.
One of the coolest aspects of Pokémon GO has always been its use of augmented reality, whether it’s snapping a quick photo of a digital pocket monster in the real world or trying to capture one (or both).
Have you heard of this thing called Fortnite? It sure does seem pretty popular!
The holiday season is in full swing, and Epic is helping to celebrate within the Fortnite universe.
It’s been a busy week for Epic, but it turns out that if you were a fan of the Infinity Blade’s presence within Fortnite Battle Royale, it’s not all good news.
Epic Games recently removed the Infinity Blade series from the App Store in its entirety, but it looks like the titular blade from the mobile game will live on.