In this episode of GameSpot News, we talk about how a Battlefield free-to-play could happen someday, Nintendo reiterating a plan to launch a new console before 2100, New World’s 1.0.5 patch, and 30-Series GPUs being stolen off a truck.
In this video, we talk about how a Battlefield free-to-play could happen someday. EA CEO Andrew Wilson said it "probably makes sense" for the Battlefield series to have a free-to-play component some day in the future.
DeVante also talks about Nintendo sharing a slide related to its "future outlook," and this included mention of an "integrated hardware-software next gaming system" that will arrive by the end of 2099.
Later in the video, New World patch 1.0.5 cracks down on gold sellers, addresses gold duplication exploits and EVGA 30-Series GPUs being stolen off a truck.