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Mar 14, 2019, 06:21 AM 1,133 read

The Daily Moot (3/13/19)

News Picks

1. PlayerUnknown is No Longer Working on PUBG

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Brendan Greene, perhaps better known as PlayerUnknown, is shifting to a new position with PUBG Corp. that will take him away from directly working on the game named after him. Greene is moving from Seoul to Amsterdam, where he will lead a new division of PUBG Corp. called PUBG Special Projects. According to Greene, the new group will focus on “exploring, experimenting, and creating new technologies, tools, pipelines, and gameplay.”

  2. PS4 Players Get Blackout Hardcore Mode   The Hardcore Blackout mode in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is now available on PS4. Hardcore Blackout features no HUD, armor, vehicles, or zombies in an attempt to provide a more serious version of the popular battle royale game mode. This update is a part of the Shamrock & Awe event to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. There is also new vehicles, the ability to inspect weapons, and new Gestures and Callouts at the Victory Screen.

  3. Fortnite Reorganizes Cross-Platform Defaults   Epic Games included a small section in yesterday’s V8.10 patch notes that address crossplay matchmaking. Starting with this new update, Xbox One and PS4 players will be combined in their matches by default. Additionally, Nintendo Switch players and mobile players will be paired against one another. You can still play with friends on any platform, but these are the new default options for those who opt into crossplay.

  4. Fallout 76 Introduces Free ‘Wild Appalachia’ Update   Wild Applalachia is the first of many free content updates that will come to Fallout 76 over the coming months. Starting today, you can complete the Wasted on Nukashine questline to unlock the ability to brew and distill drinks. Today’s update also added a reporting tool that will finally allow you to report cheaters or griefers as you encounter them.

  5. We can now Stream Games from PC to an Xbox One   You can now use Microsoft’s Wireless Display app to stream PC games to your Xbox One. While there may be a small market for this feature, it is still nice to see Microsoft offering the option to those who may want it. Perhaps an Xbox One is the cheapest option you have available to connect your sweet gaming PC to your large flat screen TV in the other room.

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  • ceeday LV.19 Professional Noob Mar 14, 2019, 06:22 AM

    Rip PUBG 😂👌

  • NO NAME verified Mar 14, 2019, 06:36 AM

    Microsoft back at it again

    Also lol, mobile + Switch players being lobbied together

  • Beef Baby 2 LV.28 Let’s play GTA! Mar 14, 2019, 06:51 AM

    Now I gotta run into Mobile and Nintendo Sweats

  • TTV SuperSabrina355 LV.20 Made in America Mar 14, 2019, 06:37 AM


  • ArcticBravo verified LV.28 Elite Four Mar 14, 2019, 07:25 AM


  • Vumple LV.23 Bamboozled Mar 14, 2019, 06:27 AM

    Now it’s just...Battlegrounds

  • aFalseHope LV.3 Lurker Mar 14, 2019, 09:29 PM

    Maybe now some work will be done! Now they will know who they are working with/for !