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Insomniac Games has two big titles coming up for the early days of the PlayStation 5. Here’s how they went about creating them.

2yJacob Wolf

Sony/Insomniac Games

With the launch of the Xbox Series X and S, Microsoft is taking a whole new approach to the console wars. Arda Ocal talks to Microsoft executive vice president of gaming Phil Spencer to find out what the company has planned.

2yArda Ocal

On the eve of the PlayStation 5’s release date, we’ve got 15 games you need to play if you’re getting it on Day One.

2yBrian Bencomo

This year’s League of Legends world championships meta was one of the most balanced and stable ever. Emily Rand breaks it all down.

2yEmily Rand

With the 2020 League of Legends World Championship over, our staff took a look ahead at how all the teams stack up for 2021.

2yESPN Esports Staff

DAMWON Gaming’s victory at the League of Legends World Championship marked the first time since 2017 that a South Korean team had lifted the Summoner’s Cup and was redemption for the country’s League of Legends esports.

2yEmily Rand

It’s draft day for Pokemon Sword and Shield as the Crown Tundra expansion lands into the laps of fans.

2ySean Morrison

NHL ’94 is back! Here are insights into why EA Sports produced a new version of the game and what went into remastering it for PS4 and Xbox One.

2yArda Ocal

The 2020 Overwatch League Grand Finals were perhaps the most exciting in the game’s history. Emily Rand breaks down how teams approached the meta.

3yEmily Rand

Stay up-to-date with the latest deals, rumors and rumblings during the Overwatch League’s free agency period.


The celebrations looked a little different this year, but the San Francisco Shock’s dominance remains the same.

3yEmily Rand

  • Photo by Michal Konkol/Provided by Riot Games

  • League of Legends 2020 Hub

    Stay up to date with the latest offseason moves in the LCS, LEC, LPL and LCK as team rosters for 2020 start to take shape.

  • Photo by Benedict Evans, treatment by Richard Roberts

  • Living The Stream

    How did Ninja become gaming’s first crossover star? The “Fortnite” legend is relentless about one thing: He’s always on.

  • Illustration by Richard Roberts

  • Game: Interrupted

    How a teenage gamer in the hottest new esport, Overwatch, became a reluctant icon for South Korea’s feminist movement.


Donovan Larsen

Donovan is a columnist and associate editor at the Dark News. He has written on everything from the politics to diversity issues in the workplace.

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