So at this E3, Bethesda unveiled a project of theirs called the Creation Club, which allows – essentially – modders that they’ve approved of to create content for Skyrim and Fallout 4. Because of that, the Internet lost its mind. “Paid mods!” they yelled and proceeded to screech at Bethesda for no reason other than the fact that these two words connected in their heads.
Another day, another SJW is offended. The latest piece of gaming micro-aggression to embed itself in the gluteus maximus of the Butthurt Brigade comes to us courtesy of Overwatch’s Halloween Terror event where everything is given an old horror-movie makeover with as much cheese as possible. All characters receive new skins to accompany the theme and are turned into vampires and witches and what have you. It’s funny and clever, and the SJWs hate it because Symmetra and Phara have pale skin.
Should you be concerned about the tick increase in Overwatch? It was previously noted that the tick rate for Overwatch’s servers was capped at 21, but now we’re looking at a significant change. A large group of players were extremely unhappy about this and complained that 21 ticks were simply not enough and nowhere near the norm for first person shooters. Blizzard had a change of heart and took the decision to increase it to 63 ticks per second.