For the past week or so all of my time has been dedicated to Read Dead Redemption 2. Rockstar’s famous game is huge and all-encompassing, and I didn’t find enough time to play anything else. It is quite unusual, as my appetite for new experience is growing and only games like Fortnite can fulfill it for a time being.
It is absolutely justified that each season starts with BIG UPDATE. It is a brand new season. I love how returning to the game after each update makes me feel like I am returning to a completely new game. But what about all small tweaks and changes? Do I have to wait around 2 hours each time before I can play (yes, my network connection is not the best one)? New content means new skins, skills, and other staff, it is nice to see that developers are thinking about us, all the time, but it is not easy to understand why it takes ages to download it. And before I get to my conclusion, I just need to repeat – Fortnite Frenzy is absolutely fantastic, and after all, I am always happy with new elements that keep the game fresh and so exciting.
Is there a way players (like myself) can handle updates without being pushed into the dark side of their characters? Fortunately, there is a solution.
If you think about Steam for games, add Fast and Furious data center and spice it up with The Blair Witch Project (one of the cheapest movies with tremendous turnover) that is a correct direction – cloud platform that enables you to play games without being disturbed with updates, changes, tweaks, adjustments and all additions.
Interested? Check it here.
Are you caught up in the Fortnite updates frenzy? So am I.