Nintendo Switch Wins Black Friday, Call of Duty: WW2 Nerfs! – GS News Roundup

Happy Friday! It’s the last GameSpot News Roundup for the week, and Jess McDonell and Dan Crowd are ready to close it out with some hot video game news! Here’s what we cover today:

Previously Blocked By Strike, Life Is Strange Voice Actors Return For Bonus Episode

Voice actor Ashly Burch is increasingly become well known for her great performances in a number of recent games, like Aloy in Horizon: Zero Dawn and Chloe in Life Is Strange. However, due the most recent Screen Actor’s Guild strike, the follow-up prequel series, Before The Storm, went on to be released without Burch in the role. But now she’s back! What’s the deal? How does this work with her replacement, Rhianna DeVries? Find out in today’s episode!

Nintendo Switch was the hottest product on Black Friday and Cyber Monday — and it wasn’t even on sale

This is a pretty amusing story. Even though the Thanksgiving weekend once again had countless great deals on video games and game hardware, the best-selling product during this period was the Nintendo Switch. Hilarious. We explore one analyst’s assessment of this strong trend in the video today.

Call of Duty: WW2’s Headquarters Social Space Is Back

The infamous multiplayer social space in Call of Duty: WW2, that’s the one where you can watch people open loot boxes, is back online after developer Sledgehammer Games disabled it in order to address the sever issues that affected the game at launch. With its return comes a bunch of updates to the game, which nerf the effectiveness of some of the game’s more powerful weapons and perks.

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  • Previously Blocked Due To Strike, Life Is Strange Voice Actors Return For Bonus Episode
  • Call Of Duty: WW2 Patch Makes HQ Work Properly And More

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