Concorde requires a PSN account on Steam and Epic

June 5, 2024 by No Comments

Weeks ago, players were disappointed when a Sony-backed update to Helldivers 2 made it mandatory to link a PSN account to a Steam profile in order to play the game online. It was met with widespread backlash from the global gaming community, and within hours, Helldivers 2 had over a quarter of a million negative reviews on Steam.

The decision was eventually overturned, but that wasn’t the end of the story — and isn’t. It was recently discovered that Concorde, the upcoming team-based first-person shooter, will also require users to link a PSN account to Steam and the Epic Games Store before they can go online.

But what’s the big deal?

A report Published by DeLabs Bilbil-kun It was confirmed through investigation Concorde requires a PSN account To play online – whether you’re playing it on Steam or through the Epic Games Store. This is a big deal as the PlayStation Network is not available in 177 countries around the world, thus wiping out a huge chunk of the global gaming market.

It’s shooting Concorde before its release, and the immediate response to the newly revealed game wasn’t that strong in the first place.

From the moment Concorde was revealed in the recent State of Play showcase, the community started labeling it as the ‘poor man’s Overwatch’. It certainly smacks of Blizzard’s hero-oriented FPS and has elements of Guardians of the Galaxy as well. This is the debut title from Firewalk Studios and has been in development for a long time, but it’s not what users expected.

For more Insider Gaming, read about the claim VALORANT won’t be at the Esports World Cup and don’t forget to subscribe to the Insider Gaming newsletter.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *