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New Valorant Agent Revealed - Killjoy

VALORANT continues on its spiral upwards in terms of content as another agent has finally been revealed under the name of Killjoy. Riot Games keeps pushing for its new title's agents, and this new agent is looking incredible.  Starting off with her abilities, she has a good mix of defensive and offensive playstyles, though she's leaning towards offensive.  Let's try and take a look at what's been revealed so far:  Alarmbot ability - an offensive ability, Killjoy may release a small robot which chases down targets and attempts to detonate in a close enough range to damage opponents significantly, We've definitely seen this in Valorant before - this will be great for clearing tight corners.  Turret ability - also, Killjoy seems to be able to lock down an area by planting a sentry gun which may cover a 180 degree plain. It'll be interesting to see how this is implemented.  Nanoswarm grenade - her grenades seem to be unique in their own way as they supposedly 'go covert' once they connect with a surface.  Before diving into her ultimate ability, let's review the trailer below: The ultimate ability of Lockdown looks like something straight out of The Hunger Games. Apparently, it 'detains' all enemies in the radius. Also, it is destroyable. I'm not sure whether it's simply a cage or also a way to lockdown the exact location of players. Though, if they have to shoot and destroy it, that's compromising enough.  Available on August 4th as part of the Act II update, the community is eager to get their hands on the new agent to test it out. Hopefully, she won't be too broken upon release like some of the other VALORANT agents in the past.  Let us know your thoughts on Killjoy as a new addition to the VALORANT agent roster in the comments section below! 

Ghost of Tsushima - Smashing Sales Records

I think it's no surprise, the new title of Ghost of Tsushima has quickly become a console-seller for the PS4. So late into the console's lifecycle, nobody expected such a title right before the release of the PS5. In this discussion, we'll be tackling the records broken by the title already.  Developed by Sucker Punch and published by Sony, the third-person narrative adventure follows a heart-racing quest in a Japanese Civil War environment. Just recently, Sony released the following tweet:  Ghost of Tsushima is now PS4's fastest selling first-party original IP debut with more than 2.4 million units sold through globally in its first 3 days of sales.Congratulations @SuckerPunchProd, and thank you to fans around the world for taking part in Jin's journey.— PlayStation (@PlayStation) July 24, 2020 Indeed, Ghost of Tsushima has sold over 2.4 million copies in just 3 days. This smashes the record for a new IP on PS4 - for comparison, Horizon Zero Dawn garnered 2.6 million copies after 2 weeks!  What's an 'IP'? An intellectual property, in the gaming industry, oftentimes refers to the identity of a series - each new Call of Duty title falls under the IP of 'Call of Duty'. Ghost of Tsushima hasn't beaten out titles such as God of War or the recent The Last of Us II, but those have had established IPs for years.  Overall, Ghost of Tsushima is an incredible game, one which took a risk and tackled a new angle on an untouched culture. Beloved by the community for its beauty and mastery as a piece of art, the gameplay matches in satisfaction and seamlessness. Has the current pandemic helped sales out? I think we can all logically agree that yes, that probably contributed to the attention the title received due to its perfect timing. Sucker Punch has experience in developing successful first-party titles for the PS4, as they are also responsible for the respectable Infamous series of games.  Every series Sucker Punch has developed - Infamous and Sly Cooper, has resulted in multiple iterations of each series. I know it's early to discuss, but I wouldn't be shocked to find out that a sequel to Ghost of Tsushima is under development in the upcoming years.  Let us know your thoughts on Ghost of Tsushima in the comments section below!

Call of Duty Black Ops - Cold War - Where is it?

Usually, as has been the case for the past four or five years, the release cycle for Call of Duty involves a title being revealed at the end of May and then published in the following October. This cycle has taken place over and over. However, this year seems to be different due to some problems during publishing. Let's take a look at everything we know about the rumoured next game of Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War.  First off, let's identify the problem. Sledgehammer Games, the developers behind Call of Duty: World War II, were tasked to develop this year's game as part of the three-year cycle. Earlier this year though, the developer made it clear that it wouldn't make the timeframe. Hence, Activision passed the mantle to Treyarch. All in all, Treyarch now have had their three-year cycle cut into two years with the community expectations unchanged.  Supposedly, the next Call of Duty has been leaked to be called Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War. This was further confirmed when a Doritos promotion slapped the name behind some of its unreleased products.  Another thing - it's July, almost heading into August - and barely any information has been provided. A trailer, according to the usual yearly schedule, was supposed to drop in May. My personal worry is that the game will not be developed in time.  Is that such a bad thing? Honestly, it might not be. With how well Modern Warfare is doing, all thanks to the incredible addition of Warzone, an extension of the deadline might not be so major. Regardless of if another game comes out or not, Warzone's time is far from up.  In terms of gameplay, the community is convinced that the title will return to the formula which makes Treyarch so beloved as a developer - some have it as a spiritual successor to the title of World at War. Titles are still being thrown around too, such as 'Red Door' and Call of Duty:Vietnam'.  All in all, I'd expect the next Call of Duty trailer to drop sometime in August during Call of Duty Championship 2020, when the next CoD is always showcased. If not, I wouldn't be surprised if the next title is simply delayed, especially due to the problems brought thanks to our favourite virus, COVID-19. 

Halo Infinite - What We Know So Far!

As one of the staple exclusive titles for the upcoming Xbox Series X in its fight against the PS5, expectations sit very high for the next iteration of the series - Halo Infinite. Previewed in the showcase by Xbox on the 23rd July, the following is everything you need to know about the upcoming title.  Developed by 343 Industries, the game looks to reunite the playerbase which has formed the backbone of the series. Aimed to perform at 60fps, within the campaign at least, it also looks to make the most of the next-gen hardware surrounding it.  In the gameplay reveal, 343's "biggest and most ambitious Halo game ever created" allowed everyone to take a look at some world premiere campaign footage. The 8 minute demo is available below:  Formed an opinion yet? The internet is one step ahead of you. Master Chief is back and ready to take on a new action-packed adventure after surviving a plane crash. Armed to the teeth with an arsenal of weapons, the gameplay definitely looks great as he takes out the legions of The Banished. Though, this isn't just a remaster - new features come in the form of new in-game mechanics such as an exciting grapple hook similar to that seen in Doom Eternal.  Other features include a split-screen co-op which I can definitely appreciate and so will the community following the lack of the feature in Halo 5. What has surprised the community is the mention of the term 'open world' and 'day/night' cycles.  This is where everybody is still trying to wrap their heads around Halo Infinite. How can Halo be an open world? Here's what Chris Lee from 343 Industry has to say about the change:  I would think about it more like kind of delivering on that promise we've had from the past. There's a lot of open gameplay in those previous games, but they're always in these linear levels. This time players will have the freedom to explore the ring. But we are telling a story with a beginning, middle, and end that we want to carry the player through as you go. Is 343 simply going for the 'open-world craze' which has ruined a plethora of good franchises? Should fans be concerned? Accordingly, no, there isn't anything to worry about.  Available on Microsoft consoles and PC in Holiday 2020, while some are concerned over the graphics, others are worried about the open world.  My worry is the term "biggest and most ambitious" - the exact same words which games such as Anthem, Fallout 76 and No Man's Sky used to describe their failed releases as large games void of content at launch.  Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!

Twitch's New Sports Category - The End of Cable TV?

I'm not sure if you readers are like myself, but the only reason my household still has a monthly subscription to a form of cable TV is for sports channels. The reign of Netflix, Twitch and YouTube occupies all of my other needs and it was only a matter of time until these services began approaching the notion of streaming live, traditional sports. Twitch seems to have gained a leg up in a new update covering four soccer clubs!  And no, these are no random, low-tier sports clubs. Twitch is partnering with four of the largest football clubs in the world:  Arsenal  Real Madrid Juventus  Paris Saint-Germain  Amazon is finally realizing the potential in becoming an industry-leading streaming service for traditional sports apart from its dominance over gaming and esports. The aforementioned clubs have some of the largest fan-bases and followings in the world.  We've all heard of people illegally streaming sports online for massive events, only to get permanently banned from the platform. Now, the platform looks to offer more content in an organized manner and an exclusive one too.  Livestreaming major events are still being worked on, though that is the ultimate goal of Amazon's new idea. Once they manage to capture this notion, they'll be able to take over an ageing market of sports television by making it more accessible than ever. Of course, it's still up for debate whether such a service would remain free or involve a subscription of sorts.  This coming week, the page of will be hosting launch events to help the community discover the best sports channels on Twitch.  With two separate pages for both esports and sports, Twitch is embracing the potential in streaming everything from one platform and the endless possibilities involved.  Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below! 

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