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  1. Tom Clancy's: The Division 2 announced

    I played plenty of Division and still go back to it from time to time. Turned out to be a solid all around game. My main hope is that they get away from the bullet sponge mobs and bosses to make the game a little more strategic/tactical to play. I like how quickly you can go down in the Challenging difficulty but hate that all of the mobs have super hit points.
  2. It's also more interesting to watch than PUBG due to the map being smaller which forces more action. I've seen more than a few PUBG streams of guys just looking out a window for long stretches of time.
  3. Code Warrior Roll Call

    Overall Skill: Career Infrastructure/VMware guy that's now AWS DevOps Topics in which I have some experience: Infrastructure as Code CI/CD Languages in which I'm skilled: Terraform Powershell Languages in which I have some experience: Bash Python C#
  4. Hunt: Showdown - now in Early Access

    I played the closed alpha a fair amount. I'm personally waiting a little bit to purchase it myself. It just needs a little more time to polish in my opinion. It can be fun but their are things that break it... like Discord for instance. It's great when everyone is using in game chat and you can hear them. It's not as good when other teams are obviously using some other sort of voice client and using push to talk in game so they are communicating without giving themselves away. While I like the hardcore aspect of the game, minimal HUD, etc... , it also needs to give you a little bit better indication of directional threats. It does this well with sound but could benefit from some visuals or tracers or something because it's too easy to be getting fired upon from a distance and not be able to determine it's direction.
  5. So I've had it for 3 days. I'm coming from a 40" 4k TV that I had been using as a monitor. The initial thing that I notice vs the TV is the crispness of the dot pitch and the 75hz refresh rate. If your considering getting it, check out Acer Direct... I got mine refurbished for $770 and MicroCenter also has the non-hdr version of it for $699 (the HDR version isn't true HDR as it's still the same 300nits brightness).
  6. So I snagged the Acer XR382CQK last week... love this monitor so far. Looking for good ultrawide experiences now. I've been playing GTA 5 (finally, been waiting to play it at 4k), Destiny 2, and Fortnite BR. Any other good games to try with it? Also, any good tips/tricks/resources to check for games that don't support 21:9 or 3840X1600?
  7. For whatever reason the 1080 ti Hybrids aren't really going too much over their market value ~$900.
  8. Any clue where a 1080 ti lands?
  9. The Duke is back

    I'm one of the few that liked the original Xbox controller and I'd get one for my PC if it wasn't freaking $70.
  10. Time for a new controller

    It's been a while since I looked in to an Elite. It looks bad ass, but much of the benefits seem like they are for shooters which would be negated by keyboard & mouse. I really only use my 360 controller for 3rd person action/adventure games (Assasin's creed/Senua's) and Forza Horizon 3.
  11. Time for a new controller

    So my 2005 Launch Xbox 360 controller seems to be dying. What is the go-to controller these days? Xbox One? If so wired/wireless?
  12. Actually has some cool stuff if you read up/watch more than the trailers. It's starting with 4-man squads only and each match your squad gets to pick from 8 randomly selected Heroes. So it could have some interesting gameplay to it based on those things.
  13. Honestly, I don't see this as really a bad thing, though not specific to Law Breakers/Quake. The industry has long been a copy-cat industry. That was fine when new mechanics and ideas were coming out along side the copied ideas. The MMO industry figured out that trying to beat WoW is a lost cause and the games that are coming out in that space are actually different or follow a significantly different model (B2P/F2P). Hero shooters are probably in the same place with the juggernaut that Overwatch has become. So the challenge to new games is to really be different and bring something new to the table like PUBG did. Fortnite I consider a good example of being a copy-cat that brings while still adding something new in how building brings out new gameplay ideas/mechanics.
  14. This exactly. It's fine when used appropriately as it is now but at my work it's just a buzz words our PMs use without having a clue what it means.