At BlizzCon 2018 we sat down with the team behind the upcoming mobile game Diablo Immortal to talk about bringing the franchise to an even smaller screen.
Talking Diablo Immortal with Blizzard
For all intents and purposes, Call of Cthulhu should have been amazing. Our full review and dive into madness
Mad About You - Call of Cthulhu Review
We've taken Arthur Morgan and the Van der Linde gang to hell and back. But does the hype bail stack up? We go in-depth to answer that very question...
Ain't no Chicken Feed | Red Dead Redemption 2 Review
We chat with Bethesda's Pete Hines about Fallout 76, the series, and those first moments of Fallout PvP...
Fallout 76 – In Conversation with Bethesda’s Pete Hines
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:09pm 15/10/18 | 0 Comments
Which probably means that the long-in-development project will hit $200 million USD in funding before long. The spike came following the debut of version Alpha 3.3 of the game, fan convention CitizenCon, and the debut of a new cinematic trailer for the single-player star-studded off-shoot Squadron 42.


Naturally, the way in which the game continues to earn money continues to be troublesome to many with more purchasable ships being added costing over $300 USD or over $700 USD with added bonuses and weird in-game insurance policies.

It's gotten to the point where flashy trailers that double as commercials for new ships to buy with real-world money has become the norm.



With the game itself continuing to add ambitious new elements, there's seemingly no real end in sight in terms of the roadmap to release for Star Citizen. Cloud Imperium has noted that we'd find out exactly what's up with Squadron 43 before the year is out though.



star citizenfundingsquadron 42





Latest Comments
No comments currently exist. Be the first to comment!
You must be logged in to post a comment. Log in now!