Blizzard had a really bad week

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Go to right now and get an extra 3 months of ExpressVPN for FREE! Blizzard just lost another veteran game dev and the Hearthstone community is pretty unhappy with the new progression system and achievements update. Game of the Year discussions are coming in fast and more specifically Geoff Kieghley just released the nominees for The Game Awards. IO Interactive just launched a teaser for their new James Bond video game, Demon’s Souls almost had an easy mode, and the Far Cry 6 release date might have leaked. Brian’s 5-Second review this week is on Demon’s Souls Remastered and as usual, we have got next week’s new releases all lined up for you. Thanks for watching the Inside Gaming Weekend Roundup and have yourselves a great weekend! Listen to our podcast! Or buy our shirt! OR follow us on Twitter! SOURCES [BBC] Oxford study says video games good for you [Reddit] Star Citizen still hasn’t released roadmap [VG247] People hate the new Hearthstone battle pass system [VG247] People are still having an issue with the PS5 rest mode [Twisted Voxel] PS5 update fixes some issues [Game Spew] Another game runs better on the PS5 [PC Gamer] WarCraft veteran quits [PC Gamer] Why Hearthstone players are so angry [IGN] Blizzard Apologises

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