The Los Angeles office of the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare developer were evacuated by local police yesterday after a bomb threat was called in – one of a number of similar reports around the same time, apparently linked to a bitcoin scam.
Artyom and his tovarishches are almost prepped to abandon the dubious safety of Moscow’s underground for a frozen post-apocalyptic wasteland and the probably no less dubious safety of a steam train called the Aurora, Ukranian developer 4A Games has confirmed, with the game now finished and off to the printers.
I have a few pet hates. Okay, let’s be honest, I hate a lot of things, but one thing that really gets the bile boiling from my bek is when witty developers (actually it’s probably the publishers who come up with this stuff) throw clever puns into special editions of games. It makes me want to spit. I don’t even know why. But that’s besides the point. The point is that there’s a GOTY version of the impressive Nier: Automata coming out, and it’s got a clever name. Obviously I’m using the word “clever” in its loosest possible configuration.
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