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Aug 9, 2018, 06:45 AM1,184 read

The Daily Moot (8/8/18)

1. Nintendo Reveals 5 More Smash Characters and 103 Total Stages

Nintendo hosted a big Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct this morning and revealed tons of new information about the highly anticipated upcoming game. The most exciting thing from the Direct was the reveal of five new playable characters. Simon and Richter Belmont from Castlevania, Chrom, Dark Samus, and King K. Rool are all coming to the new Smash. Nintendo also revealed new 3v3 and 5v5 elimination modes, where you’ll pick a set of fighters and battle until you don’t have any left.

  2. PUBG Corp. Launches ‘Fix PUBG’ Campaign   Apparently tired of being told to fix their game, PUBG Corp. has now decided to attempt to actually do just that. The Fix PUBG campaign is a three month campaign that hopes to create a “better, more stable, and fairer game.” Specifically, the developers hope to fix bugs, deliver quality-of-life improvements, optimize performance, and make strides toward eradicating cheaters. While this sounds great, we’ve been promised all of these things before. The end result of those earlier promises? No delivery and a playerbase that switched to Fortnite.

  3. Destiny 2: Forsaken’s Weapon Customization System   The Forsaken expansion comes to Destiny 2 on September 4th and it is introducing a new weapon customization system. In a livestream yesterday, Bungie revealed some more information about how the system will work. Players will be able to equip ‘mods’ into any weapon. These mods can provide a range of perks and will only come from dismantling weapons that have one. Each weapon will come with a random mod equipped, meaning getting weapon drops should be more exciting as there will also be a chance for upgrades.

  4. Fortnite Matchmaking Will Soon Pair Keyboard and Mouse Players Together   A current hot topic in Fortnite is what to do with players who use a keyboard and mouse on their consoles. Epic Games allows players to use any peripherals they’d like for their games, but a keyboard and mouse can create an unfair advantage due to the precision aiming a mouse provides. Well, pretty soon players who use a keyboard and mouse on their console will be put into PC lobbies so they are on a more even playing field. Admittedly, this doesn’t address those who use a XIM to trick their console into thinking they’re using a controller, but it’s a start.

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