Month: January 2018
In case you’ve somehow missed the massive advertising campaign, Netflix released a movie called Bright a week ago. It’s the most expensive movie the streaming service has produced, reportedly costing somewhere between $90 million and $100 million—and that’s without marketing costs. It isn’t a very good movie, as far as I’m concerned and most critics are concerned, but it streamed over 11 million times in its first 3 days, which, well, just think about how much ticket money that would equate to if it was released in theaters.
There’s no doubt that PUBG is a massive work in progress on the Xbox One, unfortunately, due to hype and Microsoft’s publishing rights, PUBG Corp. had to release the game on Xbox One before it was actually really properly playable. That being said, every day is a step closer to the final product as the devs introduce hotfixes and patch update, the latest being a patch which seems to slightly stabilize the framerate on the Xbox One X.
While we have indicators for physical sales, we don’t really have any trackers for the digital sales on platform. This is sort of a bummer considering many people across the world have opted for digital copies of titles rather than physical copies.
Security researchers have discovered several severe vulnerabilities and a secret hard-coded backdoor in Western Digital’s My Cloud NAS devices that could allow remote attackers to gain unrestricted root access to the device.
Unfortunately, Insurgency Sandstorm won’t get a single-player or co-op campaigns anymore.
Developer Ys Net recently posted a development update video to their backers on Kickstarter, with director Yu Suzuki giving fans an update on the game’s development status, character development, voice actors and combat mechanics.