This week has been full of surprise announcements – so many that we couldn’t include them all. Fans have received a long-awaited release of God of War on PC, while Pokemon Unite players have had the less good news of another scam skin being added to the game.
Also this week, Activision Blizzard announced steps it will take to address the shocking allegations made this summer. Despite this, the staff are still not convinced, and it remains to be seen if anything really emerges from this conversation.
God of War is coming to PC in January
Sony reiterates its commitment to open its library of exclusives, with the arrival on PC of the critically acclaimed God of War. The surprise announcement came suddenly on Wednesday, with the official PlayStation account dropping the trailer without prior teasing. It’s also coming much earlier than expected, as it’s slated to launch on January 14. Content-wise, it looks like it’s going to be an incredibly faithful port, not introducing any exclusive features that PlayStation gamers have been missing out on. However, since this is a PC version, you can expect improved visuals depending on your setup, as well as ultra-wide support. Hey don’t worry guys I’m sure Bloodborne will be next on the list.
Pokemon Unite is greedy again
Remember the backlash after the last $ 40 Pokemon Unite skin? Well, I regret to inform you that they are taking over the same tour as the last Lucario holowear costs exactly the same price. The fans were, as you might expect, not at all happy. Unlike other live services, where currency can be earned in-game as well as purchased (albeit quite slowly), aeos gems can only be purchased with real money. If you don’t donate enough money for a brand new game, you don’t get that skin.
Resident Evil 4 launches on VR, with some cut features
Great news for Resident Evil 4 fans, this reissue actually introduces a whole new way to play! Resident Evil 4 VR launched this Thursday, presenting the most immersive way to experience the iconic horror title. However, this is bad news for fans of the additional unlockable modes – The Mercenaries, Separate Ways, and Assignment: Ada – as these weren’t carried over into the re-release. Hope you like Leon, because you are stuck with him all the time. The game also omits the upskir and suggestive language directed at poor Ashley in the original game, but I’ll shed fewer tears about that.
Grand Theft Auto The Definitive Edition launches next month
Rockstar’s big apologies for the lack of news on GTA 6 – and a GTA 5 reissue no one asked for – now has a release date. All the classics from Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition (too late to change the name?) Will be released next month, November 11. The reveal also came with the first trailer, showing the improved graphics in action. The games are coming to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, Nintendo Switch, and PC, and will set you back $ 59.99. The remastered San Andreas will also release for Xbox Game Pass on November 11, while PS Now players will get GTA 3 on December 7.
20 Activision Blizzard employees fired amid abuse allegations
This week, Activision Blizzard committed a public relations offense in an attempt to repair its image. As part of the effort, CCO Fran Townsend – who has herself been a controversial figure amid these allegations – spoke to the Financial Times, revealing that 20 employees have been fired and another 20 are facing disciplinary action. . Townsend then said, “It doesn’t matter your rank, what your job is. If you’ve committed any kind of misconduct or are a leader who has tolerated a culture that is not in line with our values, we’re going to move on. to action “. A bit of a change from his previous statements, and some staff don’t accept it.
Overwatch’s McCree is renowned for taking him away from his namesake
In addition to the interview, another method deployed by Activision Blizzard this week was to finally announce the new name of Overwatch’s Jesse McCree. The cowboy got his full name from a company veteran, who left after photos of him resurfaced partying in the so-called “Cosby Suite” at BlizzCon. The Overwatch hero will now be called Cole Cassidy, and no new Blizzard character will get his name from the employees.
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