After more than a year of gameplay bonuses designed to make Pokémon Go easier to play during the pandemic, developer Niantic has laid out a detailed roadmap for how it will remove, replace and adopt these changes in the future.
It’s the kickoff of Eve Online’s Gallente Federation Day festivities, which means players can look forward to daily login bonuses, parades, new activities, and more now through June 22. It’s the ‘national holiday’ for one of the space game’s in-universe
Cyberpunk 2077 has reportedly netted the head honchos at developer-publisher CD Projekt Red several million in bonuses, thanks to a profit-sharing system at the company. This is in spite of the multitude of launch and post-launch issues the game had,
It’s safe to say Cyberpunk 2077 had a particularly rocky launch in December last year. With the game struggling to run on last-gen consoles, CD Projekt eventually started providing players with refunds, while Sony fully removed the game from the
Activision Blizzard boss Bobby Kotick has accepted a 50 percent pay cut to his base salary, but could still earn millions of dollars in bonuses.
A recent investor filing revealed Kotick has extended his employment agreement to 31st March 2023,
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick has agreed to a major pay cut to both his base salary and bonuses following feedback from shareholders.
Over the past few years, the stark contrast between Kotick’s monumental earnings and the way in which
Activision’s CEO will continue to work as such until 2023, but while this means he’s taking a pay cut, he won’t technically be earning any less.
Activision has faced criticism for a number of reasons, such as continued problems plaguing
Cyberpunk 2077‘s creators evidently had high hopes for their sprawling Keanu-toting RPG. But with the game lander rougher (read: buggier) than expected, CD Projekt executives have reportedly chosen to rethink their bonus structure, promising to pay developers their full