The Daily Moot (6/8/18)
Happy Friday Mooties! Another beautiful week gone by and another fantastic episode of Moot Points with Dylan & Brian. We talk about Pokemon, Fallout 76, Battlefield, and Assassin's Creed Odyssey in this week's episode. Also, the intro is especially sweet so make sure you watch that.
2. PUBG Brings Back War Mode with a New Twist PUBG’s War Mode returns to Erangel with 10-person teams and a new twist for the weekend. Players will drop into the map with a Kar98K, a 4x scope, a handgun, a frag grenade, and a ghillie suit. This week, though, you won’t get knocked down by those Kar98K headshots; you’ll die. Instant death is the new flavor of the week in PUBG’s limited-time event. Oh, and it’s raining. Make sure to check out the new War Mode before Sunday night when it ends.
3. Fighting Game ‘Dead or Alive 6’ Announced This morning IGN revealed Dead or Alive 6 is coming early next year to Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The game is running on a new engine with more realistic visual details than the previous game in the series, which released almost seven years ago. While the game series looks to be sticking to their core mechanics, there is also a new combo and special attack system. Check out the trailer in the article listed below.
4. Black Ops 4 Bringing Back 5 Popular Maps Just when we thought we couldn’t get more hyped for the new Call of Duty game, Treyarch has announced they are bringing back 5 of the most popular maps from Blacks Ops past. We are getting Jungle, Summit, Firing Range, and Nuketown from the original Black Ops and Slums from Black Ops 2. All five of these maps will be available upon launch, alongside a group of new maps. E3 attendees will be able to play four of those new maps next week. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 releases October 12th for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
5. Steam Store Accidentally Leaks Just Cause 4 The recent bout of video game leaks continues, as the Steam marketplace has apparently spoiled Just Cause 4. A pre-order advertisement for the game was visible on the Steam marketplace for some time before it was taken down. Steam is actually not the first place to spoil Just Cause 4, as the game was part of the Walmart leak that occurred last month. Just Cause 3 was tremendously successful and we are certainly excited for the new game, which is set to release next year.