The Last of Us TV Show Leaks
Hello, guys, and welcome to the Gaming News for 05 Jun 2022. More leaks are coming out for The Last of Us TV show, which is going to be coming to HBO. I recommend to follow the Twitter feed @HBOsTheLastofUs because because there is a lot of leaked images on there and also it's definitely not affiliated with HBO and is community and fan driven. If you want to see more before the show comes out, then you can check out their Twitter feed or you can just wait for the show to release and then just watch it.
RE4 Actress Reaction
The next bit of news for today is Ella Freya who was a model behind Ashley in Resident Evil 4, saw the trailer for Resident Evil 4 Remake and then said "When I saw the trailer, I was almost crying. I'm too happy now. Thank you everyone from the bottom of my heart." In March next year, hopefully we'll be able to play Resident Evil 4 Remake, I'm definitely looking forward to it. I will try and play the original probably with the HD fan made textures before the Remake comes out.
Diablo Immortal Pay To Win
And the last bit of news for today is a video by Bellular News has been picked up by the gaming websites Game Rant and also Video Games Chronicle. In the video, he speaks about the pay to win element of Diablo Immortal. There is speculation that it can cost upwards of $110,000 to max out a character in Diablo Immortal, but while personally I am a Diablo fan, I have avoided Diablo Immortal completely because of the amount of pay to win element in the game, with some parts of the game being unavailable unless you spend a huge amount of money. Personally, I like CohhCarnage's take on the pay to win elements of these games where they should come with warnings of different levels. Some games have pay to win in terms of cosmetic only and he will classify that as a level 1. But in a game like Diablo Immortal's case, he would class it as a level 5 because there's cosmetic and there's so many elements, which you can spend money on in order to max out the character. Blizzard has been putting pay to win and microtransactions in the game now for a very long time, for years even. I think this is an extreme case and hopefully there will be strong enough backlash for them to stop. Anyway, guys, that's it for the Gaming News for today. Thank you so much, as always, to all the new followers and I will see you tomorrow. Thanks guys. Bye bye.