The first of Destiny 2’s three scheduled Forsaken expansion content updates has launched into galactic orbit, with new ranks, new cosmetics, new activities, even a new raid, and – praise the Light – new lootses.
Joining the now not so exclusive club of publishers and developers managing their own distribution platforms, the Fortnite studio has announced its us-too plans to open an online store, with – and this is probably the most important thing – a substantial 88 percent revenue percentage for vendors, and no royalty fee for games built with its proprietary Unreal Engine.
Originally expected to launch today, the game’s free Overture update – including a new Panzerstorm map, a practice range, vehicle cosmetics, new weekly events, and The Last Tiger campaign mission – has been postponed because of technical problems. “Rather than create issues in the game, we’re holding the update for the time being,” DICE explains on Twitter. “We don’t anticipate a long delay and we’ll be back with more news tomorrow or as soon as we have it.”
I mean, I kind of get it. In 1899, $5 was worth somewhat more than it is now – adjusting for inflation, it’s equal to approximately $25 now. But when you’re paying about $1 for a can of beans in 1899 and in 2018, that’s a problem even if they’re magic beans that cure gunshot wounds.
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