Fortnite, the game synonymous with crossovers, teases a Naruto crossover, set for November 16, 2021. The widely rumored crossover is true, where on Twitter, Fortnite mentioned that the crossover is “coming soon.” This means that the Hidden Leaf Village ninja and company would be dropping into the game.
Fortnite is free-to-play on PS4 (PlayStation 4), PS5 (PlayStation 5), Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Is Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy—Definitive Edition Really Bad?:
The remastered GTA Trilogy was released on November 11 and on PC, due to Rockstar Launcher issues, players were unable to play the game for 24 hours. With technical issues, you do not want to move the wrong way, feeling like your computer needs an antennae.
GTA: The Trilogy has bugs, visual glitches, missing fog, horrible weather effects, and more. Dataminers and GTA fans rushed to dig into the files and codes of the collection and surprisingly, they found codes, scripting, developer comments, and unlicensed songs that do not belong there. In another way of breaking the news to you, GTA: The Trilogy was released too early and gamers paid for an unfinished game. Think on the bright side. You get to feel like a video game tester for Rockstar Games.
I would not want to prevent Rockstar Games from being a more lucrative company than it already is, but I would not recommend the game. If you already purchased the GTA: The Trilogy—The Definitive Edition, maybe it could be treated like a limited edition game, one day.
A game designer’s dream is not exactly to create s as multitude of errors to be paid for. A username via Twitter named Asher R. uploaded a screenshot image of the Definitive Edition cut music, then mentioned, “So the audio format of choice for the Definitive Editions is OGG-VORBIS! More interesting however, San Andreas contains all the cut music! It's just disabled by script!”
Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate:
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch OLED, and Nintendo Switch Lite, has fans expressing a mixture of emotions. Sora will be the game's final DLC (downloadable content) character. This does not mean that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is ending.