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Activision, employees continue to strike, and Call of Duty: Warzone pays duty

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Activision employees have entered the seventh week of the strike and, apparently, the situation is affecting the quality control of Call of Duty: Warzone.

As reported, Activision Blizzard workers are striking indefinitely, despite the threats of the company, after the dismissal of some employees assigned to the QA of Call of Duty: Warzone at Raven Software.

As a result, several users and streamers have complained about the current condition of the battle royale, whose bugs and glitches are no longer fixed as quickly as they were used to due to the absence of quality control staff.

According to an Activision tester who wished to remain anonymous, he and several of his colleagues received a request from Activision to replace the workers currently on strike, which led to further discontent among the team.

A second tester stated that the problems with Call of Duty are linked precisely to this situation, emphasizing the great importance of the work done by people who identify bugs and glitches before the various builds are published.

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Update 0.5.41591 has been released for V Rising

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Update 0.5.41591 has been released for V Rising

Stunlock Studios released a new update for V Rising today, May 30, 2022. This update is 0.5.41591. We can also see new features included in the game thanks to the patch notes:

  • Added texture quality to graphics options, which can significantly reduce texture memory usage.
  • Added FPS limit option to advanced graphics options.
  • Low-quality ambiance changed to high-quality ambiance to keep the options menu consistent.
  • Fixed an issue where anti-aliasing could not be set to anything other than TAA in the main menu.
  • Stairs have been added to the Castle Floors tab in the Build menu to make it easier for players to find them.
  • Fixed missing meshes on certain world objects.
  • Fixed an issue that caused performance to drop when hitting Night Marshal Styx the Destroyer with certain abilities (such as Mirror Strike).

As usual, the V Rising update should install automatically when players are not in the game.

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Sony confirms the development of TV series based on God of War, Horizon, and Gran Turismo

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Sony confirms the development of TV series based on God of War, Horizon, and Gran Turismo

Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Tony Vinciquerra has officially confirmed the development of a series based on three of the iconic PlayStation game franchises – God of War, Horizon, and Gran Turismo.

The film rights to the God of War series have been acquired by Amazon Prime Video, while Netflix has acquired the rights to Horizon.

According to rumors, the plot of the cult God of War franchise for television will be adapted by the creators of the series “The Expanse” Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby. Details about the Horizon and Gran Turismo projects are not yet available.

PlayStation Productions is currently working on TV series based on The Last of Us, Twisted Metal, and Jak and Daxter games, as well as on the film Ghost of Tsushima from director John Wick.

The most successful PlayStation Productions project to date is the film based on the Uncharted series of games starring Tom Holland.

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The analyst believes PlayStation VR2 will launch in Q1 2023 with 1.5 million units

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The analyst believes PlayStation VR2 will launch in Q1 2023 with 1.5 million units

Although Sony has not yet announced a release date for the PlayStation VR2, Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at TF International Securities, believes that the device will be launched in the 1st quarter of 2023.

Kuo recently reviewed supply chains and suggests that mass production will begin in the second half of 2022 with shipments of around 1.5 million.

“Sony may launch PS VR2 in the first quarter of 2023, depending on the PS VR2 game development schedule.”

Sony recently announced that the new VR device will come with over 20 games from internal and third-party developers.

“Sony’s position and resources in the gaming industry can accelerate the development of AAA VR titles (like Horizon: Call of the Mountain), which will benefit the growth of VR.”

Kuo spoke about the suppliers of the device components. Six optical modules of four 720p IR cameras and two eye-tracking cameras are supplied by Genius. Among the rest, it is worth noting Goertek (assembly), SDC (OLED panel), and MediaTek (processor).

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