The biggest gaming news for March 19, 2022

Players bang their heads against a wall in Elden Ring, the CWA backs an antitrust bill, and players examine the Gran Turismo 7 bombshell.

The Biggest Gaming News March 19, 2022

With so much going on in the gaming world these days, you can easily fall behind on the latest developments, but if you read all of our roundups, you’ll never miss a beat. Today we found out that content creator David Michael Lynch was accused of ‘pattern abuse’, Elden Ring players banged their heads against a wall and Gran Turismo 7 was slammed after the latest patch. There’s more where that came from, so read on for all the details.

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Union backs brand new antitrust bill before regulators review Activision Blizzard deal

The union representing nearly a million workers in the media industry, Communications Workers of America, has now approved Senator Elizabeth Warren’s proposed antitrust bill, the Anti-Competitive Merger Ban Act. This comes just days before Federal Trade Commission regulators are expected to review the merger between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard. “Senator Elizabeth Warren’s bill would ensure the impact of the merger on these workers is prioritized by federal regulators and add needed scrutiny over corporate mergers by directing agencies to review and reject deals potentials that would harm the ability of workers to secure a better future, as Activision workers do. trying to do,” the Communications Workers of America said in a statement.



MTG content creator Michael David Lynch accused of ‘pattern abuse’

David Michael Lynch was recently accused of “a pattern of abuse” by an actor the content creator worked with in 2013. He’s best known for his Magic: The Gathering podcasts, but Lynch is also a good filmmaker. known. The accusation came from actor Benita Robledo who said she was forced to perform naked. “He told me if he didn’t get his nudity, I wouldn’t get my pictures. That’s not a disagreement. That’s blackmail,” Robledo said.

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Elden Ring players are confused by this wall that disappears after 50 hits

A very determined Elden Ring player has noticed that if you hack a wall in Volcano Manor you will open a secret passage to another part of the game world. The news comes from a player by the name of Iron Pineapple who has posted a video on YouTube, shortly afterwards saying on Twitter that “apparently some fake walls in Elden Ring take multiple hits to reveal themselves and oh my god, that changes everything!” Players, on the other hand, wonder whether or not these are features rather than bugs.

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Disney Reportedly Cut Lightyear’s LGBTQ+ Content, Workers Hit Back

Disney apparently cut LGBTQ+ content from the recent Lightyear movie. The workers were quick to hit back, decrying that every “openly gay moment of affection” needed to be removed from the film. This follows a scandal over what many perceive as Disney’s support for the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. Workers at the company also hit back at the move, calling on company leaders to consider taking a different approach.


Gran Turismo 7 gets a review after the latest patch

Gran Turismo 7 has been criticized since the game was taken offline for over 24 hours without any explanation from the developer. Players immediately began making connections between the outage and the implementation of microtransactions in the game, raising fears that an upcoming patch will make it impossible to play Gran Turismo 7 without dropping even more bucks. The developer finally pointed to “an issue where the game wouldn’t start correctly in some cases on the product builds for the PS4 and PS5,” but many fans’ fears haven’t yet been allayed.

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