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Apex Legends sponsors YouTube battle

Some of the most prominent YouTube personalities were invited to the live 2019 Apex Legends Battle Royale event. They even included South African YouTube Caspar Lee. The combined audience of all the Battle Royale participants tops 1 billion views per month.

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The event was held at a 30-acre sports park just south of Los Angeles. Participants included some of the top global YouTube stars. MrBeast, a popular content creator in his own right, came up with the idea. The YouTubers formed 12 teams of three. There were two games played, with the trio of Jaiden Animations, AnthonyPadilla, and TheOdd1sOut winning game one and Typical Gamer, Preston, and UnspeakableGaming winning game two. Each three-man team won a $100,000 prize.

The invite-only competition took place on the fields of the Hollywood Sports Park, billed as the No. 1 paintball and airsoft park in the world. The official video of MrBeast’s 2019 Apex Legends Battle Royale event was released on March 12. In just 12 hours, the video has been viewed almost 7 million times. The $200,000 YouTuber Airsoft Battle Royale video is available here.

Apex Legends is a free-to-play video game where up to 60+ other gaming competitors are dropped onto a grid and fight one another to the last man standing. The free-to-play game is becoming a serious competitor to Fortnite, with over 25 million downloads in the first week of its release last month.

“As a YouTuber, I’ve talked with so many great creators on the platform but getting together in person is challenging due to our dispersed locations,” said MrBeast. “This is how the Battle Royale idea started – a brainstorming session on a way to interact in person with some of the platform’s greats. Additionally, my subscribers receive an awesome video, thus allowing them to be part of the experience. Also, special thanks to Reed Duchscher, my team and the Night Media team for pulling this off in under three weeks.”

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Cyberpunk 2077 coming to Google Stadia

CD Projekt Red has announced Cyberpunk 2077 for Google’s Stadia, the cloud-based gaming platform.

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Cyberpunk 2077 is an open-world, action-adventure story set in Night City, a megalopolis obsessed with power, glamour and body modification. The game follows the story of V, a hired gun on the rise in a world of cyber-enhanced street warriors, tech-savvy netrunners, and corporate life-hackers. Players will be able to customise their character’s cyberware, skillset and playstyle, and explore a vast city where their choices shape the story and the world around them.

Winner of over 100 awards at E3 2018, Cyberpunk 2077 is set in the universe of the classic pen & paper RPG system, Cyberpunk 2020.

Cyberpunk 2077 will release on 16 April 2020 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The Google Stadia version will also launch in 2020, with additional details still to be made available.

For more information regarding the game, visit cyberpunk.net.

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OhShape – VR rhythm game now in Early Access

OhShape is a fast-paced VR game where players have to dodge obstacles following the rhythm of the beat.

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Players perform different poses to go through silhouettes trimmed on walls that come towards them at a rising speed. Players also have to step away, crouch, punch blocks and catch power-ups. With upbeat soundtracks, OhShape tests reflexes and skill while exercising.

In order to reach the best quality, the game designers teamed up with professional choreographers who modeled and performed the movements for each level, achieving a satisfying experience for all kinds of players. OhShape features an initial set of songs, with periodic updates including tracks, themes, and game modes.

OhShape is now available as an Early Access title on Steam and Oculus. This release will be followed up by versions for Oculus Quest and PSVR later this year.

Key Features:

  • Singular gameplay with a mix of kinesthetic movements and music.
  • Soundtracks with all rhythms and styles.
  • Feel the moves of a real dancer.
  • Levels designed by professional choreographers.
  • 3 Difficulty modes per track, suitable for all kinds of players.
  • Global and local leaderboards.
  • Dynamic cardio exercise.

OhShape comes at a reduced price to make it accessible to more players while the final version of the game is expected to come out in the last quarter of 2019.

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