COVID-19 continues to devastate as it takes another member from the gaming community. Jarod Nandin, the World of Warcraft cosplayer who portrayed The Griefer from South Park's Make Love Not Warcraft episode, passed away recently from COVID complications.
Square Enix announced their decision to allow employees to permanently start working from home, starting December 1st.
We begin today with some good news. EVE Online players have raised over $130,000 for COVID-19 relief efforts through CCP Game's PLEX for Good initiative.
In some much-needed good news, it seems like EVE Online players have submitted millions of data classifications towards COVID-19 research.
Unfortunately news for those looking forward to Final Fantasy's Japanese Fan Festival as it has been cancelled due to COVID-19.
CCP Games in conjunction with Massively Multiplayer Online Science (MMOS) have announced the third phase of their Project Discovery initiative, which will have players engage in a mini-game within EVE Online to help scientists fight COVID-19.
There is no shortage of creative ways that gamers are finding to raise support for COVID-19 relief or to lend a bit of their PC's strength to researching the virus.
The latest EVE Pulse discusses the 17th anniversary of EVE Online, along with providing a special message to players from the Icelandic President.
COVID-19 has caused yet another industry event to be cancelled. This time, that event is Star Citizen's CitizenCon.
Episode 3 of Guild Wars 2's Icebrood Saga is set to ship without voice acting as the team cites COVID-19 as the driving factor.
It looks like Baldur's Gate 3 is still targeting Early Access for 2020 even with the current COVID-19 pandemic.