Mavericks Proving Grounds, the ambitious MMO and battle royale shooter from UK developers Automaton Games, has delayed the launch of its Forge mode for early backers. The Forge had originally been scheduled to launch in just two days time but has now been pushed back by two months to Nov. 29.
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http://www.patreon.com/jimquisition https://www.thejimporium.com This came out around the same time Nintendo started charging for online play, and while the blame's on Capcom, the fact this was promoted in a Nintendo Direct makes the timing absolutely awful. At least on Switch, the Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle is an online disaster.