New games in 2023 that could finally break ‘streaming monotony’
Staff, 2022-12-13 21:08:33,
As 2022 draws close to its end, Twitch and YouTube stars like Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek and Dr Disrespect and even esports extraordinaire Juan “Hungrybox” DeBiedma have been mithering about having no exciting games to play on stream.
Shroud recently begged the gaming gods to make a “solid shooter.”
Dr Disrespect, on a similar note, raged about having nothing to play but Warzone 2 and desperately wants something new and fun.
Meanwhile, Smash god Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma chimed in, saying: “I know it’s a boomer ass take and I just mainly play Smash, but my god, every game looks the same to be apart from a select few! Magic swords and guns adventure in an apocalyptic wasteland where you fight monsters and aliens with friends (in space). I’m just so tired of it!”
Their comments sparked a conversation on social media—mainly across Twitter—about whether their point is actually true, and if so, what releases on the horizon could change the status quo and become the next big thing in streaming.
Shroud and Dr Disrespect aren’t wrong in the sense the same handful of games dominated viewership charts again in 2022. Familiar titles like League of Legends, GTA V, VALORANT, CS:GO, Apex Legends, Fortnite, Minecraft, Dota 2, Warzone, World of Warcraft, and Escape from Tarkov were among them.
What their view fails to acknowledge, however, is that new additions had their moment in the spotlight, too.
Elden Ring, Lost Ark, Overwatch 2, God of War Ragnarök,…
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