Helldivers 2, the sequel to the popular cooperative shooter game, has been making waves in the gaming community. With its release date set for February 8, 2024, according to an announcement on the official PlayStation blog, fans are eagerly awaiting the chance to dive back into the intense action-packed gameplay. However, the game's microtransactions have sparked some controversy among players.
The boss of Arrowhead, the developer behind Helldivers 2, recently addressed concerns about the game's microtransactions, assuring players that it is not a "pay-to-win" title. While microtransactions can often be a contentious topic in the gaming industry, the developer is committed to maintaining a fair and balanced experience for all players.
Despite the excitement surrounding Helldivers 2, the game's popularity has presented challenges for its unprepared developer. They have been struggling to keep up with the demand and address performance issues that players have encountered. One of the major issues reported by players on both PS5 and PC is the nProtect GameGuard error, which is related to the game's kernel-level anti-cheat system.