On today’s IGN The Fix: Games, Sony has opened up a direct registration system that will give those in the US a chance to purchase a PS5 this holiday season. However, not just anyone with a PSN account will be invited. According to the FAQ page, invitations are limited, and will be based on ‘previous interests and PlayStation activities’. There will be a limited number of consoles available, but if you want to be within a chance, all you need to do is register for an invitation using your email and PSN ID. We now have a clue to why EA Sports is considering changing the name of FIFA, its giant football franchise. The New York Times reports that there’s a dispute between EA, the developer of the FIFA games, and FIFA, the worldwide football organization. The disagreement is reportedly over cost and new revenue streams. According to the report, FIFA wants to charge EA $1 billion every four years to use the FIFA license within its game. Additionally, the organization wants to limit EA’s monetization of the game. The upcoming release of Skyrim’s Anniversary Edition could end up hurting the game’s modding scene, and will likely mean a considerable amount of work for modders on the game. If you’ve been adding mods to your version of Skyrim over the years, then it’s quite likely that you might have come across the Skyrim Script Extender (SKSE) plugin, which is used to help run a number of different popular mods for the game. It’s also likely that you’ll have adjusted your update settings for the game on Steam and use a separate mod manager to launch the game. If you don’t do this, then there’s a risk that the SKSE can break every time that the Bethesda Creation Club receives a new update. Akeem has all that in your Daily Fix!
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