Disney+ is getting a Price Bump – Introducing an Ad-Supported Tier in December

Hulu’s getting a price hike too.

Disney has announced that starting on December 8, the new Ad-supported subscription will cost $7.99 a month, that’s the price Disney+ is currently at without ads.

The ad-free subscription will be called Premium and will cost $10.99 a month. It will also be incorporated into the new Disney Bundle plans.

An ad-supported bundle [Disney+ and Hulu] will cost $9.99 and [Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+] will cost $12.99.

You won’t be able to buy the Disney Plus ad tier on an annual basis !!

The annual ad-free subscription will jump from $79.99 to $109.99.

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A New Anime-Styled Shared Open-World MMORPG Adventure Game “Tower of Fantasy” is Now Out and is Totally Free to Play

Tower of Fantasy, developed by Hotta Studio and published by Level Infinite, opens its servers today. It can be downloaded for free from the Official site, Apple’s App Store, and Google Play Store.

You’ll need 25 GB of free PC disk space, while it’s under 22 GB, the extra space is reserved for future content & 12 GB for mobile devices to download the game.

They have announced that 4 million global pre-registrations have already been reached & when wanderers enter the game they will receive up to 59 free draws, 1 SSR selector, 1 SSR relic & 10 limited cosmetics.

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Get set for “Cars on the Road”- Nine New Episodes. One Epic Road Trip.

Disney and Pixar have released the trailer for their upcoming Cars spinoff series “Cars on the Road”, this series follows Lightning McQueen (voice of Owen Wilson) and his best friend Mater (voice of Larry the Cable Guy) as they head east from Radiator Springs on a cross-country road trip to meet up with Mater’s sister.

Cars on the Road is produced by Marc Sondheimer and the episodes are directed by Purcell, Bobby Podesta, and Brian Fee. Composer Jake Monaco scored all nine episodes.

Cars on the Road will go full speed on Disney+ on September 8, 2022.

Get Set Go!

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My Hero Academia returns on Oct. 1, 2022, at 5:30 PM Japan Time

It’s time to mark your calendars for the big return of the My Hero Academia anime!

Viewers can anticipate plenty of action in My Hero Academia Season 6. This portion of the manga marks a turning point in Izuku Midoriya’s story, bringing it to a darker place —adapting the Paranormal Liberation War Arc. Not only can fans expect a few character deaths, but also witness main characters growing up quite a bit.

Like the previous seasons, Studio Bones is in charge of animating the series and the main cast is expected to return this season.

Block the date 1st October 2022.

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Rejoice, League of Legends fans -Riot’s New Fighting Game ‘Project L’ will be Free-to-Play

Riot Games has announced that Project L is a free-to-play 2v2 fighting game where players will choose from a selection of champions from League of Legends.

The next champion to appear in Project L is Illaoi, the Kraken Priestess. She is the sixth of the confirmed League champions together with Ahri, Darius, Ekko, Jinx, and Katarina

Senior director and executive producer Tom Cannon promised the company will be “respectful” of the players’ time and money when talking about monetization.

There is no release date for Project L yet, but they have promised to share development updates by end of 2022.

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A YouTuber Built a Gaming PC Into a Working Toilet – This Odd Creation is the Good Shit

A YouTuber “Basically Homeless” built a Gaming PC in the tank of a Fully Functional Toilet.

This whacky stuff consists of an Intel Core i7-12700 CPU mounted to an MSI Z690I Unify mini-ITX motherboard alongside 64GB of G.Skill Trident Z5 RAM and an Asus Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 video card and a flip-up table for his mouse mat. Micro Center, the sponsor of the build, also sent over a 240Hz MSI Optix monitor.

The setup allows him to play 120hz FPS shooter games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

So, he can go potty whilst gaming. What a world we live in!

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HOUSE OF THE DRAGON: Check Out the Epic, Dark, Powerful, Action-Packed Trailer for HBO Max’s Upcoming GAME OF THRONES Prequel

Ahead of Comic-Con, HBO has released the first official trailer of House of the Dragon. The highly anticipated ten-episode Series is scheduled to premiere on August 21 on HBO. The show reportedly carries a budget of more than $15 million per episode.

Based on author George R.R. Martin’s best-selling Fire & Blood, it’s set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones and tells the story of House Targaryen & their brutal civil war along with lots and lots of dragons.

Brace yourself for a whole heap of blood and fire to Westeros during the “Dance of the Dragons”.

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