LawBreakers was one of the most hyped up games last year – mainly because of the Studio’s leading man behind the game, Cliff Bleszinski, praised it as the next big competitive first-person shooter. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a massive commercial disaster. Now the publisher behind the game has placed blame on Bluehole Studio’s massively successful shooter, PUBG for the games downfall.
LawBreakers released back in August 2017, and since then, the title hasn’t performed very well, causing publisher Nexon to write off the title from its books.
Phantom8’s stealth-action title Past Cure release is a little over a month away from now, so it’s time to excite some trophy-hunters.
Its about time you hopped into PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, but why grab your Chicken Dinner for full price when you can save a couple extra bucks? PUBG is running at a discounted price on the online store, NewEgg.
The first week of the new year has not yet been completed, and very soon a massive vulnerability is going to hit hundreds of millions of Windows, Linux, and Mac users worldwide.
Need For Speed Payback hasn’t been the best game in the series (in fact, it’s actually been hailed as one of the worst) and it seems its sales have been indicative of this. VGChartz Global Weekly Chart for the week ending November 1 have estimated that Need For Speed Payback has allegedly sold 462,431 units the first week at retail.
Many fans of the GT series were quite disappointed to see that the classic Gran Turismo maps were absent from this installation of the series.