God of War Ragnarök: “this option takes all the fun out of the game”, really?

game news God of War Ragnarök: “this option takes all the fun out of the game”, really?

In the diary menu for this October 8, 2022, we will start with God of War Ragnarok, whose difficulty level is controversial on the Internet. We continue with Call of Duty and its ambitions that already look to the future. And we end up with a VR headset that is explosive, but kind, in the literal sense of the word. The diary is gone.

Summary

  • Easier fights for God of War?
  • Call of Duty prepares its future
  • A virtual reality viewer with an explosive temper

Easier fights for God of War?

Don’t you need to be a boss to win the game? In fact, the lucky few who were able to preview God of War: Ragnarok mentioned a specificity of the latter. An ability that will upset the most competitive players. In fact, one of the options, out of the 70 or so available, allows you to set up “midboss checkpoints”. Also, allows you to resume fighting important enemies, but not bosses, with your life bar half full. A situation that is triggered if you have already seriously injured your opponent and succumb to their attacks. So if this option seems like a good idea for the accessibility of this title, some players have expressed their discontent. However, if you don’t like it, just turn it off. Thought to make the title as accessible as possible, some internet users who have observed this feature on streams state that “this option takes all the fun out of the game.”


Call of Duty prepares its future

With Call of Duty, Activision launches the crystal ball. The goal ? Plan the best possible sequel to the flagship license of the modern FPS. With the rise of Call of Duty: Warzone and the wait for Warzone 2, one had to wonder if it was still capable of selling on a large scale. With $1 billion in sales revenue for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2022) in just 15 days, the answer is taking a very positive turn. So for the future of the saga, the speeches mix and contradict each other. On the one hand, we see a recurring Activision insider, Jason Schreier, who talks about the absence of a new title in 2023. On the other, journalist Tom Henderson indicates that a new work is planned for next year. A conflict of ideas and information looms ahead of official announcements from Activision…


A virtual reality viewer with an explosive temper

Palmer Luckey, the creator of modern virtual reality, had a slightly sleazy idea recently. Indeed, the one who was in the Oculus Rift initiative in 2012. Today he returns with an explosive project! More specifically, it was on November 6 when he presented a virtual reality headset that explodes when the player dies in their game. An announcement taken by many Internet users as a hoax since the project seems crazy and macabre.

  • If you want to know more about these topics, you can see the Diary for Tuesday, November 8 available above.

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