F2P Cast: PSO2, SWTOR, And More Get Updates, Hearthstone Changes Progression, And Community Management Ep 367

On this week's show it has been one CRAZY gaming release week and that included the F2P world with PSO2, Rocket League, Cuisine Royale, SWTOR, Vigor, Warframe , and a lot more having updates or new versions release this week. That doesn't even COUNT the releases later this month for things like Genshin Impact! We break it all down and also chime in with our thoughts on gaming community management! All that and more on this week's Free to Play Cast!

Don't miss ANY LIVE show of ours! Follow out Twitch Page!

Check out GamerPower here!

Discussion Timestamps:

00:00 Show Intro/New Host Intro
04:10 Updates Galore!
29:28 Hearthstone Starts Fixing Things...Maybe
34:52 Gaming Community Management
55:18 Weekly Bombs (DA-Bomb / A-Bomb)
01:02:18 Questions and Answers of the Week

If you have submissions for the show's Weekly Bombs, have questions for the panel (nothing is off limits!), or just ideas for what you want covered you can now send them to magicman@mmobomb.com. You can also be a guest in the show, just send us why you want to host, and what topic or game you would like to cover.

Free-To-Play Cast is the official podcast (and videocast) of MMOBomb.com about free to play multiplayer online games. Free-To-Play Cast takes on the week's biggest news with plenty of opinion, weekly bombs, community feedback, guests, laughs thrown in for good measure and much more. Have fun and expect a new episode next week!

Share this Video:

Discussion (2)

nesogra 3 years ago
QOTW: Probably a lot of OSRS's trailblazer league. Other than that I really don't know.

nesogra 3 years ago
On the 6 year old streamer getting banned, I think there is something you missed. While yes it's perfectly legal for Activision to let the kid play it may not be legal for them to collect data about the kid because of COPPA. I'm not a lawyer and this is not legal advice but from what I've read and heard during the Youtube COPPA controversy it sounds like the parent has to send proof of their consent to Activision for data collection to be legal. The other option is for companies to coppa out of the regulation by requiring users be 13 years or older which is the real reason most social media sites have that requirement.

Watch Next

You May Enjoy