I tried to like Battlefield, but I could just never really get into the series – save for its one little spinoff, Bad Company. The focus on a narrative and the humour behind its story and the group that drove it resonated with me far more than the other games.
According to one single YouTube video, we may be getting a third instalment next year.
If you took a poll of every Battlefield fan and asked them what they wanted, Bad Company 3 would rank pretty high, right next to ‘don’t bring that Battlefront 2 loot box stuff over here.’ According to a supposed leak, from the same YouTuber who predicted Battlefield 1 a few months before its unveiling, that’s exactly what’s going on with Battlefield 2018.
For a few games you can play right now, here are the ever.
TheAlmightyDaq posted his findings, which he claims come from an inside source at DICE, over on the . While most videos like this would be ignored, Daq has some credit for his from March 2016, in which he accurately predicted many details of that game long before it was publicly revealed.
YouTubes RedSurvarium has shared a video, showcasing a Survarium level being recreated in CRYENGINE. Survarium is powered by the Vostok Engine and this video can give you an idea of what Survarium or STALKER would look like in Cryteks engine.
The character played by 22-year-old Moriah Pereira is a childlike, robotic-sounding woman with friends who include a basil plant. Now she’s trying to become the first pop megastar to be born on YouTube “I’m Poppy,” says Poppy, often. In one of her hundreds of videos on YouTube, she repeats those two words in her childlike monotone for 10 minutes. This has been viewed more than 12.6m times. Poppy has about 300 videos on her channel, which have received , increasing by 250,000 a day; YouTube says her subscribers have grown 260% in the past year. Her videos are the sort you stumble upon while following links blindly down an online rabbit hole: portals to a pastel-washed parallel universe populated by platinum-blond Poppy and her fellow characters – a basil plant and a mannequin called Charlotte.
http://img-ak.y8.com/cloud/y8-thumbs/4401/thumbnail464x348.gif Rapunzel is a famous Youtuber and she loves keeping up with the trends. This month she has a list of favorites in terms of fashion and beauty, so help her make her choice
for her new video. Start with the outfit and have fun while browsing through the categories. Pick up a lovely dress and add your favorite accessories. Then, choose the best flatlay that involve your favorite beauty items of the month. Have fun here!
http://img-ak.y8.com/cloud/y8-thumbs/84824/big.gif Welcome to Jessica the YouTuber!
Jessica has dealt with sibling problems in her house, she has also escaped school, and now that she's moved into a new house, she's interested to be a YouTuber.
Unfortunately, Jessica needs some equipment in order to proceed. Why don't you help her...again?
This is a golden age of videogames. More than ever before, people from all backgrounds are making games using freely accessible tools that industry pioneers of the '80s and '90s could only dream of. The only problem now is information overload; with more games than anyone could ever process, what are you to do?
It's that time of the week again, and PCGamesN returns to help you cut through the noise, and tune your signal into some of the most intriguing experiments in the indie scene this week, one enticing image at a time. Check out the latest crop below, and check back next week for more. Plus , if you missed it!
As with , these games are picked from the most recent roundup on , but if there's a better trailer available than the latest animated GIF shown, we may use that.
Any or all of these games could be the next big thing. .
By , no due date
The life-cycle of your average game is simple: A lively launch, a sharp dip in the number of players in the following weeks, followed by a long, slow decline, punctuated by slight bumps coming from sales, free weekends or coverage by major Youtubers.
Someone forgot to tell Rainbow Six Siege. After a ropey launch, most predicted the game would die a swift death. Instead, it's gone from strength to strength, and this week, following the launch of the Operation White Noise update, it hit a massive new peak for concurrent players on Steam : The big 100k.
From also-ran to rubbing shoulders with the likes of Counter-Strike.
Keep in mind that as impressive as that figure is by itself, many players of Siege are logging in to the game direct via Ubisoft's own launcher/storefront Uplay, meaning that the real figure is likely to be significantly higher, so it's doing exceptionally well for any multiplayer FPS.
The sad truth is that Facebook and Google have behaved irresponsibly in the pursuit of massive profits. And this has come at a cost to our health In an interview this week with Axios, Facebook’s original president, Sean Parker, admitted that the company intentionally sought to addict users and expressed regret at the damage being inflicted on children. This admission, by one of the architects of Facebook, comes on the heels of last week’s hearings by Congressional committees about Russian interference in the 2016 election, where the general counsels of Facebook, Alphabet (parent of Google and YouTube), and Twitter attempted to deflect responsibility for manipulation of their platforms.
In addition to standard search results, Google lists all kinds of more specific types of info when you enter particular search terms. Type in weather and you’ll get a local forecast, and if you type in a math problem you’ll get a calculator with the answer waiting. You can even type in the name of particular sports team or league and get current results for the games. Now, you can even do the same with esports.
What's Google not telling you? Here's .
Google now automatically returns esports results for relevant search terms, so you’ve got one less click to make when looking for info. Ryan Wyatt, head of YouTube’s gaming division, announced the feature yesterday on . Currently it only surfaces games that are broadcast on YouTube - I’ve only been able to find ESL Pro League and League All-Stars events here - but given the feature’s broadcaster-agnostic nature with traditional sports that’s likely to change.