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.
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.
No one can deny the massive following PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds managed to garner since its release on Early Access. Fans have made cosplays, esport competitions, animated shorts and much more. However, PUBG Corporation CEO Chang Han Kim is keen on giving the title a shot at the big screen.
In anticipation of EA’s recently released Star Wars Battlefront II, the publisher decided to reactivate the servers for the old school Star Wars Battlefront II back in October 2017 to increase hype for the game. Unfortunately, with the whole loot box controversy that plummeted gamers interest in the title brought many players sticking to the revived shooter from 2005.
The essential ingredient to your Xbox One package advertised all these years ago was Microsoft’s Kinect, back in 2013 many fans were outraged to see that Microsoft was forcing gamers to pay an extra $100 to have an accessory which should be optional (that and it would have to always be on, creepy.) – this lead to the advertisement of an Xbox One package without the adapter.
Hawken, the mech-based Free-to-play shooter, has come to end for PC gamers, reasoning for the shutdown was that the developers wanted to refocus their development efforts. The entire game was removed from Steam PC on January 2, 2018 including regular access, DLC or any other digital content.