A developer of a Skyrim multiplayer mod said that they “don’t owe the community anything” and updates are posted only if they “feel like spending time doing it.”, while the team is getting more than $18,000 per month via Patreon.
The team was also known for using another modding team’s code without permission or attribution.
Google announced auto-delete feature for user’s personal data. Users can now choose a time limit for how long their activity data to be saved — 3 or 18 months — and any data older than that will be automatically deleted.
The controls are now available to Location History and Web & App Activity and promised to roll out in the coming weeks.
CEO of the Epic Games, Tim Sweeney, revealed his plan to become a Thanos of the PC gaming industry by “perfectly” balancing revenue share, cutting it more than a half.
Tim Sweeney said on Twitter that if Steam follows their 88/12 revenue share model, they will “retreat from exclusives and consider putting our own games on Steam” and it would be “a glorious moment in the history of PC gaming.
After Ubisoft funded €500,000 and gave Assassin’s Creed Unity away for free according to what happened to Notre Damn, the game received hundreds of positive reviews, which was enough to change it’s “Mixed” rating to “Very Positive”.
Review bombing is review bombing, recent positive reviews in Assassin’s Creed Unity is off-topic and has nothing to do with the game it self. Therefore, it is not any different to Borderlands 2 reviews and Steam should remove it to make their system consistent and neutral. If they doesn’t, it is not any different from biased censorship.
2K Games has announced that Borderlands 3 will be exclusive to the Epic Games Store on PC, but only for a limited period of time. 2K Games stated that the game will arrive on other store in April of 2020.
Of course, after 2K announced exclusive deal with Epic, people started review bombing Borderlands 2 on Steam. But Valve‘s new anti-review bomb system removed those — over 4000 reviews — from rating, making the first case of “off-topic reviews” marking.
Borderlands 3 will release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on September 13.