eFootball fans will be disappointed to learn that the update planned for the middle of November has been postponed until Spring 2022.
Konami will be refunding anyone who bought the eFootball 2022 Premium Player Pack, as it includes items that can only be used after the next big update, which won’t be coming for at least a few months, according to a fresh press release sent to Trusted Reviews.
The update, v1.0.0, was originally planned for release on 11 November this year, but Konami has claimed that more time will be needed to deliver the product in the quality that the fans expect.
Tesla has issued a recall for more than 11,700 cars. The recall follows a faulty software update that Tesla rolled Read more
Animal Crossing: New Horizons fans have received a rather pleasant surprise, as the game’s version 2.0 update has gone live a Read more
Any owners of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL should be on the lookout for an update next year, Read more
It’s almost time for the Pixel 3 and 3 XL to wave goodbye to updates. The two phones launched in October 2018, so following Read more
Updated: better BPM tracking incoming Last month we reported that the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 was due a big update Read more
Google has finally announced Android 12L, an OS aimed at building out the Android 12 experience for large-screen devices, including Read more
If you own a Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 or a Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, we'd recommend checking for a Read more
Kitsune Maison Galaxy Watch 4 looks pretty foxy The Galaxy Watch 4 has got a big update with some significant Read more
It’s a little hard to believe, but with the latest update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Sora from Kingdom Hearts is officially in Read more
Nintendo held its Animal Crossing New Horizons Direct today to announce all the new features coming to the Switch game Read more
In case you haven't heard, there's a new VW Jetta for the 2022 model year that made its US debut Read more
AMD chips are having issues on Windows 11 and the latest OS update has made the problems even worse. AMD and Microsoft previously Read more