NetEase Removes Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil From PES 2020 For Speaking Out Against China

PES 2020

NetEase recently confirmed that they’ve removed Arsenal player Mesut Ozil from the Chinese version of Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 due to comments he made about the People’s Republic of China, and condemning them for their treatment of Muslims. Continue reading “NetEase Removes Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil From PES 2020 For Speaking Out Against China”

Bungie CEO Pete Parsons Wants To Create Multi-Franchises And Expand Destiny By 2025

In a recent interview, Bungie CEO Pete Parsons reveals that the company is aiming to be one one of “the world’s best entertainment companies.” Bungie’s plan or strategy involves bettering Destiny and creating more franchises leading up to the year 2025. Continue reading “Bungie CEO Pete Parsons Wants To Create Multi-Franchises And Expand Destiny By 2025”

Creative Assembly Partners With NetEase To Release Total War Games In China

Creative Assembly NetEase

UK based Creative Assembly, best known for its Total War series of games, has recently announced it is partnering with Chinese company NetEase. For those unfamiliar, NetEase is one of China’s leading internet and online game services providers. This deal will see NetEase get the rights to publish the entire Total War game catalog. This deal includes the publishing rights to the recent and widely popular Total War: Three Kingdoms. Continue reading “Creative Assembly Partners With NetEase To Release Total War Games In China”

David Cage Wants Quantic Dream To Publish Different Games

Not too long ago, we reported on Quantic Dream teaming up with Chinese publisher NetEase. In that same report, we touched on how the game development company has left Sony to go multiplatform. As of now, founder of Quantic Dream, David Cage, wants to explore self-publishing and publishing other games too. Continue reading “David Cage Wants Quantic Dream To Publish Different Games”

Quantic Dream Joins NetEase, Builds New Engine For Cross-Platform Release

Detroit Become Human

NetEase has decided to invest in Quantic Dream, snatching up the former second-party studio out from under Sony’s publishing wing for several upcoming cross-platform releases. The Chinese publisher has taken up a minority take in the French publisher, and will work with the development studio to produce several new projects. Continue reading “Quantic Dream Joins NetEase, Builds New Engine For Cross-Platform Release”

Bungie May Have Split From Activision But The Company Is Still Partnered With NetEase

I see a lot of people are excited that Bungie has split from Activision and now owns the Destiny Intellectual Property (IP). However, before folks hype up others, it’s best to put some things into perspective regarding Bungie and NetEase moving forward. Continue reading “Bungie May Have Split From Activision But The Company Is Still Partnered With NetEase”

Identity V, Asymmetrical Survival-Horror Game Launches July 5th

Identity V

NetEase announced that their survival-horror, asymmetrical multiplayer game, Identity V, is set to launch on July 5th. This is likely good news for people who didn’t want to wait a long time for the game to launch. The bad news, however, is that it’s coming to iOS. Continue reading “Identity V, Asymmetrical Survival-Horror Game Launches July 5th”

Rules Of Survival Adds New Map, Allows For Up To 300 Players To Fight For Survival

Rules of Survival

NetEase isn’t content with living in the shadow of PUBG Corporation’s PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. They’ve decided to upgrade the experience by introducing a new 8×8 map that supports for up to 300 players to fight in a match simultaneously. Continue reading “Rules Of Survival Adds New Map, Allows For Up To 300 Players To Fight For Survival”

Rules Of Survival, Battle Royale Game PC Download Now Available

Rules of Survival

The open beta for NetEase’s Rules of Survival is available right now. The game originally launched for mobile devices and managed to rack up more than 100 million downloads across 50 different countries. Continue reading “Rules Of Survival, Battle Royale Game PC Download Now Available”

NetEase Will Bring Pokemon Go To Mainland China In Late 2018

Pokemon Go China

China really didn’t want Pokemon Go coming to the mainland. There was a big controversy that the game could pose a huge security risk for the country; conspiracies began to spur that the U.S.A., was planning on using Pokemon Go to spy on Chinese security forces by plotting out certain military installations thanks to the app’s use of Google Maps. Well,  back in early December of 2017, Niantic overhauled the game’s map system away from Google Maps to obscure certain landmarks, and now they’ve attached themselves to NetEase in order to get a proper release in mainland China during the second half of 2018. Continue reading “NetEase Will Bring Pokemon Go To Mainland China In Late 2018”

Rules Of Survival, PUBG Clone Makes Its Way Onto iTunes, Google Play

Rules of Survival

Mobile game developers have caught wind of the popularity of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and have been working furiously around the clock to churn out equivalent games on iOS and Android devices, such as the newly released mobile survival game, Rules of Survival, which is currently available for download. Continue reading “Rules Of Survival, PUBG Clone Makes Its Way Onto iTunes, Google Play”

Terminator 2, Chinese PUBG Clone APK Download Available For Android

Terminator 2 PUBG Download

A mobile clone version of Bluehole Studios’ PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds recently launched back on October 13th in China from online MMO publisher NetEase called Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The mobile game’s APK is available for download directly from the official website, along with news, information, and details about the clone. Continue reading “Terminator 2, Chinese PUBG Clone APK Download Available For Android”

Twilight Spirits, Action-Oriented MMORPG Launches June 29th On Steam

Twilight Spirits Online

Arriving during the midst of Steam’s Summer Sale, NetEase’s Chinese MMORPG, Twilight Spirits Online, will make its debut in the West for Steam users starting June 29th… except it won’t have English language support at launch. So those of you planning on playing the game better pick up your Mandarin book or begin firing up your Babel Fish programs to help you get through the options menus and quests. Continue reading “Twilight Spirits, Action-Oriented MMORPG Launches June 29th On Steam”

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