The Daily Moot (1/13/20)News Picks
1. The Witcher Interactive Timeline Map
The Witcher’s timeline of events is confusing to say the least. Good thing Netflix has our backs; they just released an interactive timeline map showing all the major events along with their dates and locations. Check it out and you’ll probably learn some things that you didn’t know (or didn’t want to know). For example, did you know Geralt is over 100 years old and Yennefer is 72? The power of magic is something else.
2. Borderlands 3 Event Postponed The Borderlands 3 Takedown at Maliwan Blacksite event has been postponed due to technical difficulties. Takedown at Maliwan Blacksite is an endgame raid designed and balanced for a full party of 4 max-level players and it offers some of the best loot in the game. The planned event would temporarily make the raid scaleable to party size, meaning that players could take it on solo or duo and maximize the loot rewards. Originally planned for the start of the year, the event will now be live from January 16-30, after which the difficulty will ramp back up and force you to use a 4-man squad.
3. AGDQ Breaks Record AGDQ (Awesome Games Done Quick) is an annual gaming event where the best speedrunners on the planet attempt to push boundaries and break records while raising money for charity. This year’s event was the most successful yet, raising over $3 million and breaking a record for the most money raised in the process. The $3 million, which was the product of over 54,000 unique donations, will go to the Prevent Cancer Foundation.
4. Legends of Runeterra Open Beta Legends of Runeterra is entering open beta next week! Legends of Runeterra is a new digital card game based on League of Legends. Although they’re calling it a beta, it seems the game is pretty much complete as it will be launching with ranked mode ready. You will permanently keep all the cards you earn during the beta, so feel free to go all-out from the start. Unlike League of Legends and TFT, Legends of Runeterra will have its own client, and will also be available on iOS and Android. The open beta launches January 24.