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  1. Superdata: Fortnite is eating PUBG's lunch

    I've been playing some Fortnite lately, and the improvements theyve made has helped me enjoy it quite a bit more than how it was at launch. I mainly played squads at launch, and now I mainly just run solo or duo. Fortnite is much more solo friendly than PUBG. The quicker less serious nature of the game allows me to jump into games and just kind of chill and play, where as PUBG is more tense and serious in nature. They both are really unique, and I'm happy they both are doing so well. The problem with me now is, I have a hard time going back to traditional multiplayer games after playing these Battle Royale games. Not sure if the new BF or CoD's or anything else will interest me much at all.
  2. Sea of Thieves - March 20, 2018

    I'm 100% with Xbob. I never actually posted much about the Alpha/Beta cause of NDA, wasnt sure what I could or couldn't write, but what the hell have they been doing all this time? They added so little since I played so long ago last year. Sure they have Guilds and whatever else there is now, but the mission structure, NPC's, enemy AI, just about everything is just lifeless for such a beautiful game. I haven't put a ton of time into the full release, but there really should be wayyyy more in this game. How hard is it to get different aquatic animals in the game. Skeletons being the only real AI enemies? I understand the game is going to continue to evolve and improve over time, but it should've been launched as a $20/$30 early access game then instead of a $60.00 title. I understand they have it on Game Pass, which is probably it sole saving grace right now. I love the potential and the premise, but whats there right now is still so meager. That being said, I'm still excited to see where it goes cause I think it'll get much better over time, but as it stands, its barely better than the alphas.
  3. Xbox will also have cross play with Fortnite, just probably not the cross progression? And not with PS4 players.
  4. It's also the only Battle Royale game on the PS4, which has what, 70+ million sold into userbase... It's definitely gone viral, with popular websites like Barstool Sports really pushing it with their Gametime social media accounts and Twitch account. Good for Epic though, the support of the game has been outstanding...
  5. Wasn't Old Blood a stand along release, not really DLC?
  6. Fortnite hits 3.4 million concurrent players

    So 100k on PC and Xbox, and 3.3 million on PS4 where its the only Battle Royale? Epics been doing a great job with the constant updates and seasonal events.
  7. Fortnite or PUBG: which is more fun?

    Fortnite is still the only Battle Royale game on the PS4, with its 70 million installed base, so it's gonna be around and popular for quite awhile. I figured Fortnite might fall off quite a bit on Xbox when PUBG came out, I don't know if that's true or not, but I do know PUBG sold 4 million on Xbox in a month, and that was them releasing a really poor Preview version of the game, during the Holiday rush of all the other big Holiday releases. So those numbers are pretty impressive. As for which is the better game, I've said it before in a different thread, and I do think Scape nailed a lot of it for me. I can't bring myself to even play Fortnite with friends, which I'm not sure has ever happened with games before, I just find the gameplay and gameplay loop that bad and boring. Every single game felt identical to me in a bad way. The Map was terrible, and had no meaningful impact on the game at all. You land and hope to find a few weapons, then just work the circle, building forts along the way if needed. It doesn't matter where the circle goes, cause every area is essentially identical to how you're gonna play end game cause you just build some buildings. In PUBG, the map, and circle, is another competitor. If it lands at certain areas on the map, it changes how you approach the game. You need to make tons of tactical decisions constantly. Where do I want to approach this circle, do we take a vehicle or run it in, is there cover there, do we storm a compound or work the outside of the circle, do I have good sight lines, can I be easily flanked, ect. In Fortnite, its pretty much, lets get to circle and build. Such little thinking or strategy involved in it. PUBG is more about the decisions your making, as it is the shooting itself. I'm not the best with aiming and getting tons of kills on PUBG on Xbox, but I find my tactics and decisions are rather good, and have 8 Dinners in like 50 games. Fortnite, its pretty much the RNG of the loot you have, and if you can get a decent fort built. Pretty much every endgame of Fortnite was just shooting rockets at the other players base and rebuilding, regardless of where the circle was on the map. To each their own, but Fortnite was just not the game for me at all. PUBG I've played pretty much daily since mid August, and still love it.
  8. Fortnite or PUBG: which is more fun?

    When comparing it to Fortnite, then yes, its far more realistic.
  9. Whos excited for Sea of Thieves?

    There are enough outpost islands, where if you see a piirate ship camping one, you can set your course to another one. The game isn't so populated with players that you're going to constantly run into people, and should be able to avoid them fairly easily if you choose to.
  10. Destiny 2 Discussion

    Looking at that makes me want to play it less. Why does it take months to add some pretty basic quality of life improvements.
  11. Destiny 2 Discussion

    Not to get this off topic, but hows Battlefield 1? I stopped playing last summer and haven't really revisited much. I played the hell out of it though. The new maps and stuff any good?
  12. Destiny 2 Discussion

    I know for Destiny 1, one of the biggest reasons I kept playing a full year was because of the idea that I was optimistic they'd get it right eventually. I mean I had fun with the game and raiding with the squad on Xbox and all that, but the number of hours I put in was really to be prepared for future content, and the idea of what new and exciting might be over the horizon. With Destiny 2, I think I just lost that optimism with Bungie. They just seem to always be 1 step forward 3 steps back. The main campaign and first week of end game was somewhat fun, but it just fell off so quick, and I just have too many other interesting games that I need to put time into to waste it again on the promise they'll eventually get it right.
  13. Destiny 2 Discussion

    I played the first Destiny for a full year, this game I played a lot for like 2 weeks, then barely at all for a month, then not at all. It's amazing how badly Bungie messed this game up considering they had a full 2/3 years of learnings from the first game. I really expected this game to blow me away and be such a step up. Easily one of the biggest, if not the biggest disappointments of this generation. I even bought the $100 version and haven't touched the DLC.
  14. Xbox PUBG 4 Million Players

    Its like a week and a half worth of crates. 700, 1400, 2800, 4200, 5600, 7000 I think?
  15. Xbox PUBG 4 Million Players