New information and a release date for the live-action FMV Battle Royale game

New information and a release date for the live-action FMV Battle Royale game

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  • Wales Interactive has also announced that Bloodshore will be releasing for all platforms on November 3. The timing is great for the studio as battle royale-style TV show Squid Game just became Netflix’s most popular show ever, proving there’s plenty of enthusiasm out there for this type of story.

  • Bloodshore players will take on the role of Nick, a washed-up actor fighting for a life-changing cash prize in a televised battle royale. Players will make decisions as Nick that will help him both survive, and uncover the mystery behind the game’s deadly reality show. The studio has released a new, in-depth trailer showing more snippets of the game’s full eight hours of FMV footage, as well as giving players a peek at how interacting with the story will happen.

Bloodshore will be released across a wide range of platforms including PC and Mac via Steam, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and iOS.

The Fallout games are a wonder to play on PC, but Fallout 3 has always come with a big old asterisk next to its name. Anyone who wanted to play the classic 2008 title would also have to install one of the worst gaming services out there: Games For Windows Live. Thankfully, a patch released for the game, put out over a decade after it initially launched, has removed the nightmarish service from Fallout 3 entirely.

Players no longer have to install Games for Windows Live to play Fallout 3.

Games For Windows Live initially launched in 2007, meant as a way to connect the people playing their games on the Xbox 360 and those playing on PC. The entire thing backfired. Instead of improving the PC gaming experience whatsoever, Games For Windows Live made playing games a headache whenever it was involved. Players had to deal with an unoptimized, unintuitive UI that generally slowed down getting to actually playing.

Thankfully, players won’t have to deal with the service when they try to play Fallout 3 on PC anymore. An extremely brief patch for Fallout 3 released just yesterday removed the service. The patch notes further clarify that Fallout 3 “no longer installs Games for Windows Live dependencies. If Fallout 3 was previously installed on Steam, we suggest uninstalling and reinstalling the title.”


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