The Morning After: Neil Young threatens to pull his music from Spotify over Joe Rogan's podcast

Musician Neil Young has asked his management team and record label to remove his songs from Spotify. "I am doing this because Spotify is spreading fake information about vaccines — potentially causing death to those who believe [it]," he said. "They can have [Joe] Rogan or Young. Not both." The content of the letter was confirmed by Young's manager, Frank Gironda, according to The Daily Beast. It’s probably not an empty threat; Young previously removed his music from Spotify due to .
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New Star Wars games announced by EA and Lucasfilm

Star Wars fans will be pleased to know that Lucasfilm Games and Electronic Arts have this week announced new Star Wars games that will be created by Respawn Entertainment. Game Director Stig Asmussen and his team at the studio are already working on the next game in the action adventure Star Wars Jedi series, and are joined by two new teams working to deliver additional unique Star Wars gameplay experiences across multiple genres.
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Uncharted's PS5 Debut Is Beautiful, and Still a Blast - Beyond 733

On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Mark Medina and Jada Griffin to discuss Uncharted's PS5 debut with the Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection, and a host of news in the world of PlayStation. First, we break down the PlayStation Plus lineup for February, which brings three games to players who subscribe to PS Plus: UFC 4, Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep, and Planet Coaster: Console Edition. We dig into our thoughts on PS Plus, how Sony's alleged upcoming Game Pass-like subscription service might affect it, and more. Then, we follow-up on the discussion around Call of Duty's future on PlayStation, with a new report from Bloomberg about how PlayStation fans can expect COD for a couple years more, and then things start to get murky. Then, we dig into the excitement over a PSN glitch that many assumed to be a leak for PlayStation backward compatibility, how likely it means something is on the way, and more. We also discuss the news that Respawn is working on three new Star Wars games, why Mark should play Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and more. We also dig into what we're playing, including the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves collection for PS5. Jonathon and Mark discuss what it's like to revisit Uncharted 4 and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, what the new graphical modes, including Performance+'s 120 FPS, are like, and the scope of the collection for those curious on how it stacks up to other PS4-PS5 ports. We dig a little into its DualSense functionality, how it compares to the PS4 versions, and whether it's more akin to Spider-Man Remastered, the Director's Cuts of GHost of Tsushima and Death's Stranding, or basic patches like Horizon Zero Dawn, and whether it's worth the upgrade. Jada also breaks down some of her time with NEO: The World Ends With You and Horizon Zero Dawn on NG+. Timestamps 00:00:00 Intro 00:06:15 PS Plus for February 00:12:50 Activision/Call of Duty Followup 00:21:07 Everyone thinks PlayStation Leaked Backward Compatibility 00:27:45 Star Wars: More Games in the Works at Respawn 00:38:30 What We're Playing 00:54:10 Conclusion.
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Celebrate Apex Legends 3rd Anniversary with three free legends

Did you know that you can get free legends because of the Apex Legends 3rd Anniversary celebration? Here’s how to get free Legends. It’s that time of the year again when Respawn Entertainment celebrates Apex Legends’ launch anniversary. Apex Legends officially turns 3 years old on February 4 which means another anniversary event is coming. Last year in Season 8, Respawn hosted an anniversary collection event for players to collect free rewards and cosmetics. The Apex Legends 3rd Anniversary celebration looks to be the biggest yet as three legends are up for grabs alongside thematic packs.

Apex Legends Leaks: Apex Legends Season 12 Debuts Mad Maggie

Apex Legends Season 11: Escape is coming to an end which means a new season is coming in. Apex Legends Season 12: Defiance will not only feature new content but, will also be the debut of a new legend. As seen in the most recent Stories from the Outlands cinematic, looks like Mad Maggie is joining the Apex Games. Check out the details below as well as when the Apex Legends Season 12 Release Date is going to be.

Is there a Star Wars Battlefront 3 release date?

Is there a Star Wars Battlefront 3 release date confirmed right now? It’s been nearly five years since the release of Star Wars Battlefront 2 by EA and DICE, and while the focus is on Battlefield titles like the recently released Battlefield 2042 fans are hopeful that a new Star Wars shooter is in the works too. Here’s is everything that’s known about the Star Wars Battlefront 3 PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC release, and whether it will actually happen.

Respawn Entertainment Delivers Console Ban Wave Against Ranked Exploit Users

Respawn Entertainment has revealed it has handed down a ban wave against players who exploited the six-man-ranked exploit in Arena mode. This news comes from an tweet published by Apex Legends security analyst, Connor “Hideouts” Ford, to his verified Twitter account on Tuesday, Jan. 25. According to Ford, over 500 players have been banned at varying degrees of severity for “abusing” an Arenas exploit that allowed for a six-man team to illicitly make their way up the Ranked leaderboards.

EA Is "Done With Star Wars" After Its Next Three Projects

Publisher Electronic Arts will release three more Star Wars games before it steps away from the franchise, at least for the foreseeable future. This is according to a new report from VentureBeat, which claims that EA is "done" with Star Wars after the next three projects from Respawn Entertainment are released.

Respawn Working on Three New Star Wars Titles

If you think there are already many Star Wars games out there, then prepare for more to come. Electronic Arts has partnered with Lucasfilm Games to launch three new titles. There will be a first-person shooter, a strategy game, and the next title in the Star Wars Jedi series. All three are being developed by Respawn Entertainment.

Three new Star Wars games are in development at Respawn Entertainment

It’s an interesting time to be a Star Wars fan. Riding off the coattails of a financially successful film trilogy, Lucasfilm has released several TV shows, books, and stories to expand the universe further. Video games are another key aspect of this evolving strategy, and courtesy of Electronic Arts’ Respawn Entertainment, three more Star Wars games are on the way.

League of Legends Patch 12.3 changes have been revealed

Preseason has brought multiple changes to the game of League of Legends which usually break the game for a couple of weeks and players have to wait for the right patch to drop. One of the League of Legends game designers, Riot Phlox has League of Legends has revealed the...

‘Apex Legends’ Is Giving Away Three Characters To Celebrate Its Third Birthday

Remember in the Before Times of 2019, when EA and Respawn dropped an extremely fun team-based battle royale with little warning? Those were simpler days. While the world has changed a ton since then, Apex Legends is still going strong. February marks the third anniversary of the game, and to celebrate, Respawn is letting players unlock a few characters just for logging in.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order 2 release date, gameplay, and more

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2, or at least a sequel to the first Jedi: Fallen Order game, has been confirmed to already be in development at Respawn Entertainment by EA. This long-awaited sequel will follow on from Respawn’s action-adventure game and is expected to follow on from Cal Kestis’ hunt for the Jedi Holocron. With fans eager to dive back into a Galaxy Far Far Away, we have the latest on a Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 release date, gameplay, and more below.

Respawn Entertainment Will Develop Three New Star Wars Games Including a Fallen Order Follow-Up

Electronic Arts has revealed that Respawn Entertainment is working on not one but three Star Wars games. That sounds like an awful lot of work but EA’s announcement doesn’t mean that all three games are well into development. “Respawn is looking for talent to join the teams. Additional information on available job openings can be found at Respawn Careers”, reads the announcement, so don’t expect to see three new Star Wars games this year.