The Next Segment – Ex Valve Employee, Dying Light, Banned Far Cry 4 and Unity Keys

There is always something happening in the gaming industry – whether it is conventions, new releases, controversies, or speculations. With so much happening at the same time, one may find it backbreaking and time-consuming to stay updated on everything.

Keeping this in view, we provide you The Next Segment – a weekly roundup of the hottest news, trends, and new releases.

The Next Segment will air every Sunday on SegmentNext YouTube Channel, starting today. So make sure to tune in every Sunday to get your weekly dose of gaming and entertainment. Additionally, we have some other exciting projects in the pipeline – make sure to check back often as we will unveil them in days to come.

This week, we saw Valve’s in-house economist Yanis Varoufakis who was tipped to become Greece’s new Financial Minister. After working with Valve, Varoufakis may pull up his socks to take out Greece from its financial crisis. Head here for more information!

We also witnessed a controversy surrounding popular developer/publisher, Ubisoft, removing digital copies of Far Cry 4 and Assassin’s Creed: Unity in the wake of alleged fraudulent issues. The studio advised fans to ask third-party retailers regarding the retraction of purchased game keys.

And lastly, the biggest release of this week came in the form of TechLand’s zombie-survival title, Dying Light.

The game essentially plays like TechLand’s Dead Island with a sprinkle of Mirror’s Edge parkour elements. We gave the game a solid 8, calling it “a good game that could have been exceptional if it had just received a little more polish in certain areas.”

For our full review and guides, check out the provided links.

Haider is a freelance contributor, who loves video games, playing guitar, and aviation. He is a competitive FPS player and also enjoys exotic RPG games like Diablo and Xenogears (his favorite game of all time) ...