Let’s face it. There’s more news each week than we can possibly keep tabs on. Sometimes stories slip through the cracks. Here are some of the stories that we missed this week!
Command & Conquer Remastered Collection is out now on PC via Origin and Steam. (Yes, EA is supporting Steam again.) The collection is comprised of Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn, Command & Conquer: Red Alert, and their three expansion packs: Covert Ops, Counterstrike, and The Aftermath.
Be sure to check out the reveal trailer.
Grinding Gear Games announced today that its next big expansion, Path of Exile: Harvest, launches for the PC on June 19. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions are available the following week.
Ultimate Games announced that House Flipper will debut on Nintendo Switch on June 12, 2020. The renovation simulator was previously released on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Rumors that Tencent purchased Bohemia Interactive are untrue. That’s according to the independent studio, which released a statement to clarify that it was not, in fact, being acquired.
“We were talking to numerous potential partners in the past about possible strategic cooperation, and we may do so in the future as well. But as of now, we remain an independent studio,” the company’s CEO said.
In other industry news, Paradox Interactive secured a collective bargaining agreement with its workers in Sweden. In an unusual move – at least in the US, where companies are typically hostile to union organizing efforts – the company touted the new agreement in a press release.
“We’re proud, both as a Swedish company and as a member of the games industry, to add our name to the roster of companies who support unionization,” said Marina Hedman, Paradox’s head of human resources.