Woo, it’s finally Friday, which means it’s time for your Mandatory Gaming Fails of the Week round-up. This is where we round up all of the big video game fails that happened over the last seven days, and give them the spotlight that they deserve (but probably don’t want). If you find yourself wanting more content like this, be sure to visit Mandatory.com. But now, let’s crack on with those fails!
The Nepal Telecommunication Authority has directed all internet service providers, mobile operators, and network service providers to block access to PUBG. This is due to the game apparently “being addictive to children and teenagers.”
Voice actress Janina Gavankar revealed that she has been working on a Horizon Zero Dawn sequel. Gavankar acknowledged the existence of a sequel while responding to a fan question. She said: “It’s incredible. Just wait until you see the sequel, you’re gonna die … I know some secrets! You’re gonna die.”
The Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes lead producer, Carrie Gouskos, has acknowledged that an investment of $4-5k is required for players who want to ensure that they are consistently competitive when new content launches.
Ubisoft has apologized for graffiti artwork that is featured in The Division 2. The art in question shows a serial number that spells out a homophobic slur. The publisher has said that it will reassess its “content review system.”
Despite selling DLC codes on its own storefront, key reseller G2A has called paid-for downloadable content a “cash grab,” and asked why developers charge money for it.