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Rockstar Games has been a popular video game developer and publisher for a number of years now though their success blew up massively with the release of Grand Theft Auto V. The game released nearly five years ago and it’s still one of the top-selling video game titles to this very day. It’s almost hard to believe that new gamers are discovering the title for the first time after all these years.
When it comes to long-lasting franchises, developers tend to tread the waters carefully. They don’t want to make changes that would seem too drastic and lose the interest of their fan base but at the same time, they want to enjoy a bit of the creative control of owning the IP. Take for instance Capcom’s Resident Evil franchise. The series has been around for decades and it continues to see new evolution for its gameplay mechanics.
When it comes to betas, developers tend to cut out a small portion of the game forcing players to only enjoy the particular moments or gameplay mechanics the studio predetermined before the full game eventually releases. One of the bigger video game titles coming out from Bethesda that is featuring a beta is Fallout 76, and it looks like they won’t be following that particular trend when it comes to their beta. This was one of the big video game announcements made at Bethesda’s E3 press conference where we found out that the Fallout title wouldn’t be in the same realm as the other main installments to the franchise.
Redrix’s Claymore is perhaps the most powerful weapon in Destiny 2 – at the very least, nothing takes down enemy players faster in PvP. It’s the reward for the massive grind of hitting the highest Glory rank in Crucible, and it’s going away when the season resets next month. All that means players have been trying very hard to get the gun, to the point of paying hundreds of dollars to make it happen.
Compulsion Games’ unique and odd action adventure title, We Happy Few, didn’t have an easy road leading up to its release next week, experiencing delays, getting banned in Australia and tweaked and changed the game’s campaign according to players’ feedback who participated in the beta. All this brings us here today, just a couple of days away from finally getting our hands on the game.