Asphalt Street Storm is the latest entry in the racing franchise coming soon to Android. It takes racing back to the streets with a focus on four player multiplayer… Continue reading
Gameloft is showing off the upcoming Assassins Creed-like arena battler Iron Blade in a live stream this Thursday. This could coincide with a release date reveal – here’s hoping! Iron Blade is… Continue reading
Gameloft has finally decided to get around to rebooting their HALO style franchise called N.O.V.A with a new game in the works called N.O.V.A. Legacy. While this may be a new addition to the franchise, it is actually a rebooting and remastering of the original N.O.V.A title that was released some years ago.
Gameloft has been working on their latest addition to the Gangstar franchise is appears as the new Gantast New Orleans game has been released (soft launched) onto iOS. This would mean that the Android version isn’t too far off with its release as well. When it comes to soft launches by Gameloft, those titles usually appear in a full launch within a month or so, unless something big bug-wise is found of course.
Gameloft has released a second game already in less than a month called Asphant Xtreme. This is actually the global launch of Asphalt Xtreme and this particular game is an off-road racing style of title that is actually part of the Asphalt series, and focuses on all different types of off-road racing.
Gameloft has released their newest title onto Android today, which also happens to be a zombie apocalypse game called Zombie Anarchy. This particular title is an online strategy game where players are trying to find survivors of the zombie apocalypse while trying to survive themselves.
If you’ve been following this site for a decent amount of time, you’ll know that we have been watching and reporting on the takeover of Gameloft by Vivendi. Well Vivendi now owns 95.94% of the share capital and 95.77% of the voting rights of Gameloft after the takeover completed back on June 15th, 2016.
While Vivendi is currently trying to takeover Gameloft in a hostile bid, it looks as though there are hints that this isn’t the only company Vivendi has eyes for. One company was already hinted at in our previous article, which is Ubisoft, but Vivendi says it isn’t going for control over that company even though the current purchases of shares recently would suggest otherwise.
As the number of publishers turning to the free-to-play revenue model continued to proliferate across the mobile space, French developer, Gameloft, remained the last bastion of premium priced experiences void of in-app-purchases. Gamers that sought refuge from the oft maligned “freemium” approach to content found that Gameloft offered a library of titles that were sold as complete games for one price; the revenue model most familiar to those who play games on dedicated gaming devices, and a model that many veteran gamers still expect on mobile platforms such as Android and iOS.
Today Gameloft has begun teasing two big updates for two of their major titles, one of those being Dungeon Hunter 5, while the other being Order & Chaos Online. While both updates don’t have a ton of details available as of yet, we do know a few of the more major features that will be making their debut.