Facebook is getting into mobile games publishing, it has announced. The firm won’t finance or have a “active role” in development of the games like a normal publisher, but will instead be a distributor, and promoter, according to the firm’s Dan Morris. The incentive will help more mobile titles become discoverable, and eight games will debut through the social network’s “pilot program,” starting with Gameloft’s Kingdoms & Lords. All “smaller and medium-sized developers” as well as established studios will receive equal attention. Thanks, Shack.
Fortnite Early Access has kicked off for those who pre-purchased Founder’s Packs.
Splatoon 2 has released today alongside new amiibo and the SplatNet 2 mobile service.
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Here’s some more E3 2017 statistics for you, this time from Facebook.
The third season of Heroes of the Dorm, Heroes of the Storm’s competitive circuit, will not air on ESPN.