Remember when Rockstar launched its own game launcher a while back, and was offering GTA: San Andreas for free to anyone who downloaded it? Well, it looks like this might have been the reason the developer pushed its own launcher in the first place. One of the most popular console games from 2018, Red Dead Redemption 2, is finally coming to PC. Yes, really. So all you PC gamers who didn’t want to buy a console, but hated having to miss out on RDR2, rejoice! PC gamers will get access to the entire single player campaign with new bounties, gang hideouts, weapons, and pre-order bonuses to boot. What’s more, Red Dead Online will also be available to PC gamers so they can join in on the game’s huge wild-west MMO community as well. Rockstar has announced that the game will be available for pre-order on a host of game launchers including Epic Games, Humble, Greenman Gaming, GameStop, and other “digital retailers” starting from October 23 and can be pre-orderd from the Rockstar Games launch..
Disney has reportedly banned Netflix from running advertisements on its network of entertainment channels. The report comes from The Wall Street Journal, and states that the company arrived at this decision after failing to see a mutually beneficial relationship with Netflix. For what it’s worth, Netflix can still run ads on Disney-owned sports broadcasting channel ESPN, but none of Disney’s entertainment channels will run Netflix ads. This includes the likes of ABC network. Since Netflix doesn’t run ads on its streaming service, Disney can’t promote its own TV shows, movies, or its upcoming streaming service Disney+ on the platform. Other competing streaming services, including those from Amazon, Apple, and Comcast, are still allowed to run ads on Disney’s network of entertainment channels thanks to their broader relationship with Disney. Speaking to The Verge, a Disney spokesperson said “The direct-to-consumer business has evolved, with many more entrants looking to advertise in t..