I think so too. I would not be the least bit surprised to see a lawsuit with the workers suing for their severance packages.
Not just EA. There are a lot of publishers and studios that could learn from them.
If Fortnite’s numbers take a dip because of Blackout, I think they will be almost negligible. I see Blackout taking a big chunk out of PUBG though.
Based on what I have seen thus far, the performance gains aren’t worth the increased price versus the 1080ti
Can't spell "ignorant" without IGN
There was no Spiderman fiasco
I don't have it anymore, but at the time, it was all I could afford. As I said, it sounded great - much better than most headsets in its price range - but comfort was a major disadvantage for it.
I can tell you that the G430 is a great sounding headset, but it is uncomfortable as hell!
Except it didn’t fail. It sold millions of copies. Did it have its issues? Yes, without a doubt. It is in a hetter place now? Absolutely! It still had a ways to go though, but it is in a much better place now.
It happens in the beginning of the story and was even shown in the reveal trailer when Forsaken was announced.
How is it a spoiler when it was shown in the first trailer?
It has been known Cayde dies for a while. It was in the reveal trailer.
This is exactly what I was thinking based on the footage I have seen.
Nice! Would love to see that universe expanded on.
Any studio/publisher that says no one wants a single player game is a lie. There will always be a place for them.
Probably not a bad idea. Would at least lessen the direct competition between CoD and RDR2.
What Terminal said. Since the Flashpoint is on Mars right now, you will go to Ana Bray to turn it in.
Don’t feed the troll
They have changed it very recently then. Because I looked at it before I typed that response and it said $3
This is not accurate. Live is being sold for $3 for a month and Game Pass is $2 for a month. Both deals are for a limited time.
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