- Jan 25, 2022
I also use PC and PlayStation, however it's still a big hit to the video-games industry. I could easily see Sony adopting this, just like they adopted Xbox's game pass (in the 360 era) and just called it PS Plus.Interesting, doesn't really bother me much, I use PlayStation and PC, always have.
Ah, good pointI also use PC and PlayStation, however it's still a big hit to the video-games industry. I could easily see Sony adopting this, just they adopted Xbox's game pass (in the 360 era) and just called it PS Plus.
The only "platform" I don't see getting hit by this is probably the PC, as PC gamers tend to be more tech-savvy than the general population and thus more likely to react strongly against it, or just "hack" their way out of such an update.Ah, good point
Technically he doesn't have anything to do with any Microsoft products (I think he also sold all his stocks in the company), but the current CEO isn't much better. It's just another Indian elite technocrat.Bill Gates has little to do with Microsoft nowadays, but yeah it's a shitty move for them to remotely disable consoles that their customers paid for.
You can visit the article or the Twitter thread if you want a more direct perspective of it.Could you use a different video/article than this boring POS Thequartering? I can't stand this faggot stretching out a 30 second story to 10 minutes for shekels, minutes of which are just another ad he does for a sponsor.
based Microsoft. More companies need follow suit. They are literally saving their customers electric costs too