Apparently, some people thought that wandering around an devastated, irradiated wasteland full of vicious mutant creatures wasn’t dangerous enough, which is exactly why Fallout 76 is adding its new Survival mode, which is currently preparing to enter beta testing. In the new mode, free-for-all PvP will be enabled by default, so players will have to stay on their toes to make sure they don’t get deleted from existence by their fellow vault dwellers. To compensate for the increased danger, however, the game will also grant Survival-mode players greater rewards for succeeding in PvP, including double Caps for killing another player and the possibility to loot more of a player’s items after he or she dies. Right now, however, the exact rewards are still subject to change, but it seems that Bethesda wants to give players a little something extra for putting their virtual lives on the line. It’s worth pointing out, too, that these recent details about the game’s … [Read more...] about Fallout 76 previews new Survival mode, triggering community commotion
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Bohemia Interactive today released a free update for Arma 3, which introduces a new competitive multiplayer mode called “Warlords”. A trailer video explains the mode’s basic concept in the form of a military briefing. In Warlords, there are two competing teams, and their goal is to capture the base of the opposite side. Players start the match by joining either the NATO or CSAT faction. Both teams then need to start conquering sectors across the map, belonging to non-player AI forces from the AAF faction. By establishing a chain of linked sectors, opponents can plan a route from their own base to their enemy’s base. Once they reach their destination, they can stage an assault against the opposing side’s base to win the game. During the match, players can also earn Command Points. The better an individual’s performance on the battlefield and the more sectors held by their team, the greater number of points they will have … [Read more...] about Arma 3’s Free Update Adds Large-Scale Multiplayer Mode
Over the past weekend, the Black Desert Online development team announced that it is working on a new battle royale survival mode for the game. Each of the mode's 50 players begin the fight as a Black Spirit, then must work to find a "fallen adventurer and possess it". From there, it's off to destruction of nearby crates and defeating mobs to gather up materials, equipment and abilities. As is the norm for battle royale games, the last player standing is declared the winner. Currently, up to 50 players are supported and the Shadow Arena is planned to be updated to the South Korean service this Winter. A western release will follow later allowing time for localization and polish. You can read more about this weekend's game revelations here or by visiting the Black Desert Online site. … [Read more...] about Black Desert Devs Announce a New Battle Royale Mode
Blogging in India is growing at a rapid pace but the question is whether blogging will ever be considered a mainstream career option in Indian society. Many of you who are part-time bloggers in India may not yet understand what it takes to be a full-time blogger in Indian society. In this article I will be sharing some funny facts as well as the bitter truth about working from home in Indian society. Professional blogging in India is still not considered a full-time job. In fact, anything involving online work is considered a part-time job. Some of this is due to computer illiteracy and the generation gap. Let’s look at some of the facts about professional blogging in Indian society. Working from home is not for everyone : Accept it or not, Indian society is very conservative, and as always bringing change to the long-term mindset or belief system of a people or culture is a very difficult task. Working from home in … [Read more...] about Blogging in Indian Society, and How You Can Bring Change
This is a topic I was recently asked the other day by a colleague of mine who is involved in business consulting for large corporations. The question made me think about how much has changed in society (whether we realize it or not) as a result of social media. Think about it, it was only approximately 20 some odd years ago that the average person was beginning to become associated with the internet. Prior to that, the internet was mostly reserved for academia and various government agencies. Before that it was only reserved for the U.S. government (the official origins of the internet began back in 1969 with the U.S. military's funding of a research network dubbed "Arpanet"). Today, we have not only the internet, but we have social media tied in there as well. The Term Social Media "media" is a place where publications occur. "social" implies that there is sharing occurring. A sharing of ideas, opinions, images. The social in social media also implies the tools, places and services … [Read more...] about How Much Has Social Media Changed Society?