Mario Kart Tour has been updated with its first fortnightly content release. Announced this morning on Twitter, the new update will take users to Tokyo, where they can try their hand at the Tokyo Blur course for the next two weeks.
The Stardust Blast event is now live in Pokémon Go for the next week, until October 10 at 4 p.m. EST. During this time, Trainers can grab double Stardust for hatching and catching Pokémon, as well as from Team GO Rocket battles.
Reports today are suggesting that Nintendo, Mac and PC smash-hit Untitled Goose Game may be winging its way to mobile one day. According to reports developer Panic is "chewing on" the idea of bringing the game to mobile.
New data provided by Sensor Tower has confirmed that Mario Kart Tour is the fastest mobile game launch history. According to their estimates, the game has been downloaded 90 million times by users on both iOS and Android.
Zynga, the developers of Words with Friends, confirmed that the company has suffered a security breach. While it is not believed that the financial information of players was accessed, caution is advised all the same.
Riot games has announced that users may not be able to install League of Legends on macOS Catalina upon its release. Riot has said that due to the "broad release date" of Catalina they are unsure as to whether the game will be supported, however players who have already installed the game will not be affected.