Spectator Mode Podcast

Ep. 87 - CDPR Hacked, Digital E3 2021, Street Fighter V Winter Update and Guilty Gear Strive

February 14, 2021 Spectator Mode Podcast Episode 87
Spectator Mode Podcast
Ep. 87 - CDPR Hacked, Digital E3 2021, Street Fighter V Winter Update and Guilty Gear Strive
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 On this week's episode of the Spectator Mode Podcast, we talk about Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart 's release date, which was supposed to be a PS5 launch window game. We also discuss the misfortune of CDPR, a recent victim of a ransomware attack and had its source code for several games, including Cyberpunk 2077, stolen. We round it out with the ESA's E3 2021 plans, the Street Fighter V Winter Update, Guilty Gear Strive's upcoming beta, and the Steam Demo Festival that was recently held. So please join Keith Mitchell (@Shadowhaxor), Karl Smart (@Themasething), and Matthew Paul (@Getselious) for another colorful and exciting episode of the Spectator Mode Podcast. 

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Timestamps

00:00 - Intro / Games we've played this week 
06:59 - Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart releases on June 11  
08:59 - CDPR hacked, and assets have been auctioned off 
14:30 - The ESA's 3-day digital E3 2021 plans 
31:20 - Street Fighter V Winter Update Recap 
44:39 - Looking forward to Guilty Gear Strive 
54:50 - Steam Demo Festival  

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Intro / Games we've played this week
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart releases on June 11
CDPR hacked, and assets have been auctioned off
The ESA's 3-day digital E3 2021 plans
Street Fighter V Winter Update Recap
ooking forward to Guilty Gear Strive
Steam Demo Festival