Wednesday Gaming – League of Legends Walkout, Final Fantasy and MORE!
Catch up on the latest news, rumours and announcements from the world of video games, tech and entertainment:
– The LCS Players Association, an organisation of professional “League of Legends” players, are reportedly going to vote this Sunday, 28 May, about potentially staging a walkout from League Championship Series to protest against Riot Games’ controversial rule change.
– Per this recent rule change, LCS franchises are no longer required to field teams from the developmental North American Champions League (NACL). So far, seven of these franchises have dropped an NACL team, which has led to the unemployment of at least 70 people made up of players and coaches.
– Reports indicate that producers at Square Enix don’t plan to release a day-one patch for “Final Fantasy 16”, which is scheduled to be released on 22 June 2023, as they’re confident with its current playing condition in its final development stages.
– Want to take full control of your PC’s RGB lighting settings without downloading third-party software? Microsoft has now introduced a new feature for Windows 11 called “Dynamic Lighting Menu”, which will allow users to tweak these settings to their own preferences.
– Matthew Poretta, the voice actor of Alan Wake from the eponymous 2010 action-adventure game, claims that the sequel, “Alan Wake 2”, will be released in October this year.
Check in again next week for the latest video game news – ’til then, keep up the button-mashing!
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