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Solving Developer Burnout in Your Company

​​Image by Tim Gouw on Unsplash ​​The tech industry is full of of exciting opportunities and fast-paced development cycles. These can be fun, but can also cause burnout...

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How are software testing and quality assurance (QA) different?

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IGN UK Podcast #637: Ghostwiring and Smelly Feedback

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HR Alone Can’t Solve the Great Resignation

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Meta Aims To Improve Quest Video Recording Features In April Or May

Meta is aiming to improve Quest's video recording features by May, a longstanding request of YouTube content creators.

Item 9 Labs’ Orion 710 Live Resin Pods Named Best Indica and Sativa Cannabis Vape at 2022 Spring ERRL Cup

PHOENIX — Item 9 Labs, the award-winning, premium cannabis brand from Item 9 Labs Corp. (OTCQX: INLB), announced today it took home four podium placements at the Spring ERRL Cup, held March […]

Godfall: Ultimate Edition coming to Xbox on April 7

Your time has come, Valorians! Godfall: Ultimate Edition marks the arrival of the epic action RPG on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. The team here at Counterplay Games can’t wait for the Xbox community to dive into this epic high fantasy playground we’ve created for you. Let’s jump in and look at some of […]
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Sony Extremely Deliberate with PSVR2’s Design, Immersion Goes Beyond Resolution

More positive feedback on Sony's headset.

There’s a tidal-wave of optimism about PSVR2 emerging from GDC, where Sony is showcasing its new hardware in private to industry professionals. Earlier today, Chet Faliszek, a Valve veteran, described a tech demo he was treated to as “so good” and added: “You know where the world just feels different when you return?”

Since, a developer at Truant Pixel – the team making PSVR2 motorcycle title RUNNER – has weighed in on the hardware on the ResetEra forum. One poster pointed out that Faliszek’s comments sounded “hyperbolic”, a point which he denied. “Sony has been extremely deliberate with a lot of their choices about this thing,” he said. “They’ve been reading the room for a long time now.”

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Archway’s Developer Rewards Revolutionize How Value is Shared Across Blockchain Ecosystems

The last few years have witnessed several smart contract platforms launch, with each of those platforms making certain trade-offs around scalability, decentralization, and...

Next Battlefield In Pre-Production, DICE Learned “Valuable Lessons” From Battlefield 2042 – Report

Pre-production has reportedly begun on the next Battlefield game, and will see the series revert to its familiar roots after changes introduced in Battlefield 2042 weren't well-received.

According to a report on XFire--who previously suggested a free-to-play mode may be in development--developer DICE has learned "valuable lessons" from Battlefield 2042 and will no longer be using that game as the new foundation for the long-running FPS franchise. One former developer who recently departed from DICE after the launch of Battlefield 2042 had suggested that the next Battlefield was at one point being designed to be even more of a "hero shooter" style of game.

It's claimed that recent playtest and feedback sessions were focused on the class system in Battlefield 2042, and this resulted in these plans being changed so that specialist roles will be tied more closely to classes. XFire also reported that the next Battlefield will be set in the modern-day or near future once again, as opposed to Battlefield 2042 which takes place several decades from now in a world where climate change has created a paradigm shift in society.

As for Battlefield 2042's future, EA and DICE are still required to release new specialists, modes, weapons, vehicles, and maps as part of its battle pass obligations, which is being handled by a dedicated team within DICE.

It's not known how the invasion of Ukraine will affect the development on the USA vs. Russia lore of Battlefield 2042, as EA recently removed Russia from several of its sports games and halted sales to the country and its ally Belarus.

In other Battlefield 2042 news, DICE released a patch earlier this month that added the first in a long list of legacy features to the game and the development team has been shaken up so that the brand can be grown. The latest entry in the Battlefield series failed to reach expectations for EA, but the company still recorded a record Q3 period last year.

GameSpot has contacted EA for comment, and we'll update the post as soon as we hear back.

Advice for Women in Tech: What We Learned This Women’s History Month

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