FourFour2 has been the best-selling game on PC in the past month, but that doesn’t mean they’re not struggling.
For some reason, the publisher has stopped producing games for the platform.
While FourFour didn’t give any details, they’ve said that the reason is that they were “too busy” with their own games.
The news has not gone down well with the gaming community, who have been asking the publisher for details and even demanded a refund.
A recent Reddit thread with over 1,500 upvotes and 4,700 comments has been made up by fans who feel that the publisher is taking away their freedom of choice by restricting what they can play on the platform with games that don’t fit the FourFour 2 formula.
While there’s nothing new to the story, the game industry’s current state is causing some worry.
A recent article from Eurogamer claims that Black Desert has been “shopped” by Ubisoft.
The Ubisoft article also suggests that there’s been a shift in the way Black Desert is being marketed.
According to Eurogamer, the company is focusing more on microtransactions.
This is a big concern, especially with a game that was once seen as a classic RPG title.
There are more and more MMOs that are releasing today that offer paid-for content that makes the game feel more like a free-to-play game.
While the news might not seem that bad, it’s not good for the future of the industry.
Black Desert 4 and 5 are still going strong, and the game’s sales have never been worse.
But it’s also important to remember that Black Sands of Stone is an important title for the game because it’s the first MMO to use its new technology.