You can find a lot of gear in God of War, but the best God of War armour in the game is called Mist Armor and can be found in Niflheim. There are three full sets of different chest, wrist and waist Mist Armour that you can buy at level 7, making them one of the highest starting levels you can get before upgrades. Not only does each set have significant boosts for various stats, but they also have a regenerating health effect that stacks the more of a matching set you wear, making them very useful indeed. Here’s how to get it.Warning: there some mild story spoilers aheadYou'll need to find the Niflheim Ciphers to reach the best God of War armorFirst you’ll need to find all four pieces of the Niflheim Cipher which will let you travel to the Realm of Niflheim, where where you can buy and upgrade the mist armor. These are found in purple chests with masks on the front that are hidden around the world. However, the best way to get them easily is to follow the story mission, … [Read more...] about How to get the best God of War armor
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When you hit Tier 100 in Fortnite, you might think your work is done. But once you’ve reached the milestone, there are a number of secret Tier 100 challenges which unlock the awesome High Octane glider. Who wouldn’t want a glider based on John Wick’s Mustang? So here’s our guide with a few tips on how to complete every Tier 100 challenge. Each one grants you 1,000 XP, and when you’ve done five out of seven, the glider is yours. Remember: Fortnite Season 3 ends really soon, so if you’re going to get this unlocked, you need to get cracking. Good luck! Search 7 chests in a single match: This can be a pretty difficult challenge if you don’t know where to look. Right now, we’d recommend steering clear of Lonely Lodge, since one of the Week 7 challenges is to search chests in that location. A really good place to complete this challenge is Snobby Shores. There tend to be a lot of chests in the attics and basements of the houses around this … [Read more...] about Fortnite Tier 100 challenges – How to get the High Octane glider
To understand the socio-political effect YouTube has on the world in 2018, you first have to ask: What is YouTube? There’s a divide between how a large portion of the general public views YouTube — as an open platform where almost any ideology can live — and how YouTube executives seem to regard their company — as a stage for encouraging social change. That dichotomy led to the alleged “YouTube Purge” this past week, a term coined by predominantly right-wing voices that say YouTube is trying to remove their content from the site and censor free speech. It all came to a head on March 3, when Alex Jones, a conspiracy theorist who owns and hosts on the right-wing network Infowars, said that YouTube was going to delete his personal channel and all of his videos on March 4. “The Alex Jones channel with billions of views is frozen,” he tweeted. “We have been told it will be deleted tomorrow and all 33 thousands (sic) videos will be … [Read more...] about How does YouTube decide to get rid of certain channels?
Destiny 2’s Valentine’s-themed Crimson Days event is upon us, love is in the air (though outnumbered by bullets and burning plasma gobs), and there are a whole bag of special rewards to be won, especially in Crucible PvP. The full Crimson Days loot table totals 20 items, covering sparrows, Ghost shells, emotes, and emblems, and unlike the distastefully Eververse-focused Dawning event over Christmas, all of them are available through pure gameplay, with not a single loot-box purchase required. The majority of the special, Crimson Days loot can be acquired via Crimson Engram drops – which occur alongside Illuminated Engrams at level-up, and also have a chance of popping at the end of Crucible matches in the Crimson Days playlist – but there are a few extra special items that you’ll need to complete specific tasks to snag. These include special versions of all of the above reward types, and most importantly, a dance emote that replicates Beyonce’s … [Read more...] about Destiny 2 Crimson Days: How to get the best sparrows, Ghost shells, emblems and emotes (including the Beyonce dance)
There's nothing like cracking open a new game, settling in for a nice session and then... waiting hours upon hours for it to start getting good. Games nowadays try to tell complex, involving tales, but sometimes forget that they're also, you know, games - and all you want to do is play them. Or sometimes you're able to jump right in, but the game just isn't fun until you've invested several hours trying to learn its structure or gaining the right items to make things interesting. Even the greatest games can take ages before it feels like your adventure has actually begun. Here are some of the worst offenders. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Ever since A Link to the Past, The Legend of Zelda series has had a problem with intro bloat. It started slow - a brief cutscene here, some character building there - but lately, it's gotten out of hand. Wind Waker asks you to wander around a small island village for a bit, Twilight Princess tasks you with farming chores, but at least you're … [Read more...] about 8 great games that take forever to get to the fun part