It seems like Michael Grzesiek aka the most popular PUBG Streamer Shroud has changed his ways, apparently because of the experience he has had with those hackers. He recently took an amazing shot while playing the game, in the live stream and took down a hacker who was in a flying car. Seems to be that apparently, that hacker thought he was invincible but when you are up against the most popular PUBG Streamer Shroud on Twitch, you have to think twice before flying like Harry Potter in a car. This ain’t no Wizarding World of Harry Potter, this here was PUBG. As you may know, the PUBG Streamer “Shroud” recently teamed up with a hacker which he thought would be a fun thing to do. Well the fun for him did not last long and he was caught and banned for a month. However, Shroud has made quite a comeback, him taking down a notorious car hacker seems to have brought him a lot of positive fame that was lost. In the live stream, he said ” I think I can kill him”, … [Read more...] about No More Flying Cars, Most Popular PUBG Streamer Shroud Shows Hacker Who Is The Boss
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CD Projekt Red is one of the few developers who really know how to roll out interesting details, regarding their upcoming titles in the work. Or perhaps every title they make is amazing, one way or the other since they do have the reputation of making amazing games, no? Quite recently new information regarding the Cyberpunk 2077 Shooting Mechanics has been revealed, which does make the game all the more interesting. Among the brilliant games studio develops, the decision to go the first person with the Cyberpunk 2077, seems to have been facing quite a lot of backlash from fans. They are uncertain, whether the studio will be able to justify the game with the First person view? To which the game’s cinematic animation acting lead, Maciej Pietras recently assured fans that they need not worry about the game. Even if the game is an FPS, it is on several occasions an RPG game as well, so there is a pitch-perfect blend between the two styles. Then rolling out a new piece of … [Read more...] about Cyberpunk 2077 Shooting Mechanics Will Be Based On The Player’s Character Skills And Abilities
We've seen Sony block cross-console multiplayer on PlayStation 4 before and heard unconvincing justifications for it, but never has the issue seemed as petty - and yet also as big - as it has this week.I'm talking about Nintendo Switch users being blocked from playing Fortnite if trying to log in using an account which has ever played Fortnite on PS4. To reiterate: this isn't even cross-play, this is simply logging in.Even if you've only played Fortnite once on PS4, and play the majority of your Fortnite on PC or mobile (these platforms are compatible), you will still be blocked from using your account on Switch. Your only option is to create a new account to play.But a new account will not have all the skins, emotes, sprays and history you have spent hours, days and weeks building up - not to mention your Battle Pass, which you buy and then spend the following month or two progressing along to unlock further rewards. These don't make you any stronger in the game but they're an … [Read more...] about The PlayStation 4 Fortnite account curse is not “for the players” at all
Who is the Mysterious Stranger in Sea of Thieves? When you start your journey in Sea of Thieves, you may notice a shadowy character on the starting island. That’s the Mysterious Stranger, an enigmatic character that seems to be at the core of the game’s biggest mystery. Sea of Thieves: Mysterious Stranger location If you go to one of Sea of Thieves’ outpost islands, you should be able to find the Mysterious Stranger hanging about at the back of the tavern, draped in shadow. Speak to them and they will tell you that you are not yet a powerful enough pirate. They will then give you a riddle. Sea of Thieves: Mysterious Stranger purpose The riddle essentially boils down to: get to level 5 with each of the game’s three factions. Once you have done that, go back to the Mysterious Stranger and they will tell you to get to level 10. This keeps going, as you may have guessed. One of the most plausible theories at the moment is that the Mysterious Stranger is your … [Read more...] about Sea of Thieves: who is the Mysterious Stranger?
We Were Here Too is a first-person co-op adventure game in which two players have to work together to escape an abandoned castle filled with puzzles and traps. The catch is that the players are separated: Neither can see what the other sees, so the only way to coordinate their actions—which is the only way out—is to talk their way through it. The game is actually a sequel to We Were Here, which was released in February 2017. We Were Here Too is a "more involved and tension-filled experience," developer Total Mayhem Games said, with more to see and do, and primary and support roles that will change throughout the course of the game. There's also a mystery to uncover—the Steam page teases "the truth behind the grim fate of Castle Rock"—but the developers don't want to give too much away. "We wanted to put significant emphasis on the events that happened at the castle rather than just having the player solving puzzles. Of course, ultimately it’ll … [Read more...] about We Were Here Too is a co-op escape game that aims to keeps the players apart