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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Adds Two New Weapons to Test Servers

Bluehole Studios is not hiding that they were surprised by the massive popularity of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. While it might seem a bit weird that we haven’t seen a 1.0 PC release yet, the good news is that that day is getting close. The latest report from the official PUBG website revealed that the third update is on its way to the test servers. The most significant new feature seems to be ...[Read More]

Did Disney Force EA to Withdraw Unfair Microtransactions from Star Wars Battlefront II?

Thigs are not dull in the gaming community these days thanks to the storm that has risen around the news that Electronic Arts had planned to implement microtransactions that affect gameplay in Star Wars Battlefront II. The studio did eventually withdraw in-game purchases that can provide unfair gaming advantage, but they emphasized that the move was only temporary. Although we were all convinced t...[Read More]

New Hybrid Map Called Eichenwalde Available in Overwatch PTR

Blizzard released a new patch for Overwatch, but it is currently only available to the players in the Public Test Realm. You can take a look at the entire list of changes here, but there is no doubt that the most exciting addition is the new Blizzard World Hybrid Map. It is an Escort/Assault map that celebrates the universes of Diablo, StarCraft, and Warcraft. The location is an amusement park in ...[Read More]

Daily Challenges Now a Part of H1Z1 After the Last Update

H1Z1: King of the Kill used to be the full name of the Daybreak Games’ shooter, but after taking the advice given by the community, they shortened it and kept only the H1Z1. That isn’t the only thing that the developers adjusted as the latest November update also brings many other changes. According to the official announcement, we got two new features, as well as a bunch of minor fixes that tweak...[Read More]

The Spring Update to Breathe Life into Minecraft’s Waters

Minecraft is a unique and incredible game that has remained as one of fan favorites for years. One of the reasons for that is that the developers are trying their best to listen to the community and make necessary adjustments. The gamers have been talking about how the in-game waters could have much more variety. At this point, the only motivation to dive is to raid a monument in the middle of the...[Read More]

Electronic Arts Fired Plants vs. Zombies Creator Because of Microtransactions

The news that George Fan, the creator of the famous Plants vs. Zombies franchise, was fired by Electronic Arts is not fresh, considering that the fallout happened five years ago. However, the new information reveals the reason why he was dismissed, and it has to do with refusing to implement pay to win elements in his game. Before we dig deeper into the issue, let’s make a short trip through histo...[Read More]

Two Ways EA Is Considering for Bringing Back Star Wars Battlefront II Microtransactions

A couple of days ago we learned that the Electronic Arts had agreed to remove microtransactions from Star Wars Battlefront II temporarily. That only came after the gaming community responded very negatively after the initial inclusion of loot boxes that can provide an unfair advantage to some gamers. However, the developers did emphasize that they will be reinstating microtransactions with certain...[Read More]

EA Reassures Investors That Star Wars Battlefront II Is on the Projected Earnings Track

Electronic Arts has a lot of issues these days. After originally implementing microtransactions in Star Wars Battlefront II, they had to give up that idea after the negative reaction from the community. Although they agreed to remove the crystal packs for only a short while, it’s only natural that the investors are worried what effect that will have on the earnings. The California-based stud...[Read More]

EA Changing the Progression System in Need for Speed Payback Aswell

Electronic Arts have been in the news lately because of the controversial addition of microtransactions that give multiplayer advantages in Star Wars Battlefront II. The issue has temporarily been resolved with the removal of crystal packs, but there is another EA game out there whose players are complaining about the in-game progression. Need for Speed Payback is far from a perfect game, but ther...[Read More]

Would You Like to Play Overwatch for Free During the Weekend?

If your friends have been playing Overwatch, why wouldn’t you join the party? Thanks to Blizzard, you will be able to do it for free this weekend. The promotion is already active, and it will run until November 20, which means that you have two more days to play the game at no cost. You can enjoy the entire roster of 26 characters and the weekend is more than enough to choose your favorite one! Th...[Read More]

Free DLC Content for Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Coming Soon

You remember us mentioning that Middle-earth: Shadow of War will receive four expansions during the season? If that news delighted you, let us catch you by surprise and announce even more content! You’ve read that right; Warner Bros. has revealed free DLC updates that we can expect during the next month. Fresh content will include changes that tweak the gameplay, as well as completely new modes. T...[Read More]

Electronic Arts Temporarily Removes Crystal packs from Star Wars Battlefront II

Microtransactions in Star Wars Battlefront II have been the subject of a huge debate ever since Electronic Arts announced them. The fans didn’t like them from the start, but they hated the explanation offered by EA even more. The official gambling authority in Belgium even accused the game of having an element of gambling in loot boxes, and it seemed that nothing good was happening for Battlefront...[Read More]

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