The Daily Moot (10/7/19)
1. Fortnite Pro Player Association! 16 top Fortnite pros announced the Fortnite Pro Player Association, a group to advocate on Players behalfs so competitive Fortnite can be as good as possible. Hear our thoughts on it in this video, and share your thoughts down below!
2. Dire Maul is Coming to WoW Classic next Week Last week Blizzard announced phase 2 would come to WoW Classic before the end of 2019. Phase 2 was set to include the Dire Maul raid, 2 new world bosses, and the introduction of the PVP system. Instead, Blizzard just announced Dire Maul will release next Tuesday, October 15th. The rest of phase 2 will be “just around the corner” and Blizzard will provide a more solid date “as soon as [they] have it.”
3. Hearthstone Player Calls for Hong Kong Liberation During Stream A Hong Kong native Hearthstone player named Blitzchung called for his city’s liberation during an official Taiwanese Hearthstone stream this past weekend. The player is wearing a gas mask during the stream. The clip of the moment has been taken down from the official Taiwanese Hearthstone channel. You can also see the event’s casters hiding behind their desks to avoid being associated with the protest.
4. PlayStation 4 Software Update 7.00 Coming this Week PlayStation 4’s next big software update is releasing this week. The update looks to improve several key social aspects of gaming on the PS4. The maximum party size is increasing from 8 to 16. There will also be improved connectivity and audio quality, plus the ability to transcribe chat to text. You will also now be able to remotely play games on your PS4 via your Android smartphone or tablet, which is sweet. PlayStation users, are y’all stoked or croaked?
5. Rocket League’s Halloween Update Coming next Week For the third year in a row, the Haunted Hallows event will be coming to Rocket League. Psyonix says this year’s event will be different from past Halloween events. When the October update launches next week it will also introduce a few highly desired features to Rocket League. First and foremost is the post-game party-up option, which will enable you to party up with random teammates after the match if you wish.