Posted by Lam on 12 Aug, 2017
I have to start off this blog strong by recognizing the most played/competitive game out there at this time. League of legends is a MOBA where you are in teams of 5. Your main objective is to work together as a team to destroy the other teams base. There is a huge champion pool to select from with a wide variety of purchasable skins for each champion. League of Legends is free for download, the only money you would have to spend is on the optional cosmetic items for champions.
Although League of Legends is one of the most popular multiplayer online games out right now, it is very known for its toxic communities. There are options to simply ignore teammates, but this being a team game that makes it hard to communicate with toxic players to work together. If you can deal with the frustration that a toxic community brings, League of Legends is a very rewarding game that takes high skill to rank up.
Blizzard is testing some big balance changes on the Overwatch PTR. Junkrat, Roadhog, Orisa, and Widowmaker have all received tweaks on the current iteration of the public test realm. Read full article here
Warcraft 3: Reign of Chaos was released in 2002, which for those of you who don't have a calendar handy was roughly 15 years ago. Yet it was just this week that Blizzard announced that it is finally getting its very own public test realm, which Classic Games senior producer Pete Stilwell said will initially be used to test "new Map Pools for 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's and Free-for-All. Read more here
Time and again we have seen machines triumph over humans in various competitions, such as when IBM's Watson beat the best Jeopardy players of all time. More recently, Google's DeepMind AI defeated the world's best Go player. Now AI researchers are setting their sights on StarCraft II, one of the most popular multiplayer games of all time, Wired reports.Read more here
Similar to its Washington and New Vegas-set forerunners, Fallout 4 is getting an all-encompassing Game of the Year Edition. Read more here
First-person servers change everything in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, so reckons Ian Birnbaum, however until now doing so meant playing exclusively in the game's Solo or Duo queues. Now, first-person servers are available in all game modes. Read more here
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