Kingdom Come: Deliverance is Getting Official Modding Support

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Warhorse Studios announced that as a last contents for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, they are working on a modding tools to help people do their own stuff.

Steam Workshop is already working, but only with this tools users will be able to do more complex modding, like writing quests.

Cyberpunk 2077 Won’t Have Traditional Binary Gender Option

In recent interview with metro.co.uk, senior concept artist from CD Projekt Red revealed that their upcoming title, Cyberpunk 2077, won’t have “Gender” options.

Instead, to make game more inclusive, players will chose their body type and voice, one with male sounding, and other with female sounding, which can be mix matched.

Cyberpunk 2077 will release on April 16, 2020 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Google Stadia.

Check Out This Upcoming Sci-Fi Game From Young Developers; Eva Garner

Eva Garner The Secret of Eden is a sci-fi game from a young devs who loves space and enigmas.

The game will have 6 seasons each with limited 30 days of play time. To make it more realistic and immersive, game has this unique system which limit players to solve the puzzle and finish the game in — 720 hours real-time — countdown.

Eva Garner The Secret of Eden will release on PC for free this year. For more information, click here.

Epic Games CEO Want to Become A Thanos in The Game Industry

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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.

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Assassin’s Creed Unity Got Positive Review Bombing; And Steam Should Remove It

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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”.

However, Steam‘s recent review system was suppose to work as to remove off-topic reviews, and it did removed thousand of negative reviews from Borderlands 2. But it didn’t in AC:Unity.

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.