In today’s episode of GameSpot News, DeVante talks about the latest update involving Activision Blizzard, the modding community improving the GTA trilogy, and more.
The first story involves a bombshellreport from the Wall Street Journal that covers numerous allegations at Activision Blizzard CEO BobbyKotick, including that he had knowledge of numerous sexual assault and harassment claims at the company's various studios. In the wake of this, Kotick released an internal video message to staff, but a group of employees are now staging a walkout.
Devante also talks about the GTA modding community taking it upon themselves to make improvements to the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition. Outside of fixing visual issues, some modders have also gotten busy restoring the classic feel of The Trilogy's games.
Later in the video, DeVante also covers Far Cry 6, as the game's new Vaas Insanity DLC has launched, alongside new Breaking Bad-inspired cosmetics. November 16 also saw the release of a new Far Cry 6 hotfix that fixes various issues and in addition to the paid content, Far Cry 6 will offer free expansions featuring missions involving Danny Trejo, Stranger Things, and Rambo.
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