Alan Hartman, former head of Scrap Studios, has been promoted as the new head of Xbox Game Studios, responsible for delivering first-party content for the Xbox platform. He succeeds Matt Booty, who was promoted to President of Game development, who oversaw all development and creative activities with a focus on ZeniMax/Bethesda.
Bethesda has finally come up with a long-delayed DLSS patch for Starry Sky, and users participating in the Steam Beta program can try it now, with the official patch to be released at the end of the month.
The problem with the Cup now is that everything has to be shown to the little man (Todd), and only with his approval can the project move forward, no matter what ingenious ideas the developers have. The Cup artist recalled that he wanted to add a group of ferocious enemies to the game, and worried that Todd would not approve, so he deliberately drew a bunch of more ferocious monsters to Todd, who rejected it. Then the artist comes up with a normal level of creative work and gets it reviewed.
Todd's power comes from ZeniMax, and he recalls the creation of "Starry Night" with pride, claiming that he met with the ZeniMax boss and got your approval, and the "Starry Night" project got off the ground. Now that the big boss has passed away, Microsoft has transferred Matt Booty to open the ZeniMax straight Tube Cup, whether the powerful Todd will have a hard landing is worth the attention of radiation and old rolling players.
In addition, Steam users are said to soon be able to add privacy tags to their favorite bottom-shelf games to control their exposure.
Before, players could only keep their entire game library or profile private, but now V Society can set a private tag for each game in the library, which will prevent other users (and even friends) from exclaiming that you are a busy-brow macrophthalmia The guy actually...
Talking about those heavy krypton or liver high degree games, being seen to work during the day and work at night, it is worrying about the body and bones, if the insurance company that sells serious disease insurance knows, it may refuse insurance.