On the Daily program, the creator of God of War asks players to respect the developers. Next, we’ll talk about the new fan-made multiplayer mode in Zelda Breath of the Wild. We’ll end with a player buying $40,000 in Nintendo stock in order to claim a sequel to F-Zero. The Daily, let’s go!
God of War creator reframes fans
God of War: Ragnarok is slated for release by the end of the year. We are already in July and no specific date has been added. The announcement should therefore not take long to fall, and according to several insiders like The Snitch or Jason Shreier, it was well planned for this week. For his part, the creator of God of War, Cory Barlog, recently started teasing God of War on Tweeter, as if to tell us “Hey guys, it’s coming very soon. “Problem, we have had no news… As a result, the players had the “very good idea” of going to insult and harass the developers. Ultra toxic behaviors which obviously did not please Cory Barlog who spoke on his Twitter account by strongly denouncing these behaviors. Joining the conversation was Phil Spencer, Xbox boss, who wanted to thank Cory Barlog for his stand, adding that he can’t wait to enjoy God of War. Very professional on his part.
Zelda Breath of the Wild finally has an online mode!
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is hands down one of the best games of all time. Alew Mangue and Sweet managed to add some spice to the experience by making the title multiplayer using an unofficial mode. With this new tool, the backup file is shared. As a result, players share the same inventory as well as the same hearts and stamina. Online play works by using third-party software to share the same screen and allow Bluetooth controller connectivity between systems. Nintendo hasn’t reacted yet, but as history has shown us, it won’t be long.
$40,000 Nintendo action to demand F-Zero sequel
F-Zero is one of Nintendo’s many cult licenses. Unfortunately for fans, the Japanese giant does not seem to want to bring back the saga, the last episode of which dates from 15 years ago. A man known as Momiji clearly doesn’t hear it that way. He is a big fan of the saga, having never experienced better feelings of speed than on an F-Zero. He invested in $40,000 worth of Nintendo stock, so he could have access to investor meetings and get a word out of Nintendo. Subsequently, the firm held its annual meeting with its shareholders on June 29, where Momiji was invited. So far, the plan is going well. He asks if a new F-ZERO is in the works, to which Nintedo simply replies, no. Result, $40,000 in the wind.