July 9, 2021

Why In-Game Ads are Bad

Why In-Game Ads are Bad

Should it be in Free-to-Play?

In This Episode…

Ads are always inevitable when it comes to getting more revenue. Everyone does it and most of the time it’s bad. That has not stopped the gaming companies from trying to do it, too. EA tried in Battlefield 2142 and failed. This time it seemed like they were going to do it again, but, for now, no. I’ll discuss why it’s bad in full-price games, but, free-to-play is fine. Also gaming updates and Cooler Master making ridiculous products.


Show Notes

●      [00:49] Surgeon Simulator 2 comes to Steam             

●      [02:06] Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War new zombie map coming soon?               

●      [03:20] Baldur’s Gate 3 may get DLSS?

●      [04:26] Overwatch Summer Games is here!

●      [06:00] ESO Waking Flame DLC coming soon

●      [07:02] A 2k gaming chair for what Cooler Master?

●      [11:34] Switching from Windows 11 to 10?

●      [12:41] Crazy new Overwatch tech for McCree

●      [14:55] Cyberpunk 2077 is in a “good position” says dev.

●      [15:56] Fallout 76 new DLC is here!

●      [17:41] EA’s conference was ok.

●      [20:05] Why in-game ads are bad for full-priced games


People, Games, and Companies, We Mentioned in the Show

●      Fallout 76

●      Cyberpunk 2077

●      Overwatch

●      Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

●      ESO

●      Baldur’s Gate 3

●      Surgeon Simulator 2

●      Windows 11

●      EA Live

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