CEO of the Tesla, Elon Musk, revealed that Cuphead will be added to in-car system in this summer. But Cuphead developer, StudioMDHR, also announced that only a small portion of the game will be available due to storage limitations.
They stated that at the time they decided to remove review bombs, they defined it as “an event where players post a large number of reviews in a very compressed time frame, aimed at lowering the Review Score of a game.”, since there were no examples of one “positive review bombs”.
According to Valve, what happened to AC: Unity seems not to be a case of the review bomb as actual players increased alongside the reviews and most of the reviews looks like standard reviews of a new player, or a player that’s returning to a product they bought a while ago.
And about if it is off-topic or not, they said they’re not sure since context can change. Mentioning that if there’s a game that heavily focused on Christmas, they “suspect we’d see it have Review Score fluctuations around Christmas-time”.
Chinese site Techweb reported that “the Epic Games Store quietly unlocked” in China. And according to a local user, while credit card payment is not available, it supports 2 local payment methods — WeChat and AliPay –.
The Division 2 sold ten times more than its predecessor in Ubisoft Store as consumers chose to buy the game from the publisher’s own store — where the company don’t have to pay a singe cut — instead of the Epic Games Store.