I’ll never understand the lingo and mindset of the younger generation, but the top trending #QuarantineLife has shown that in times of crisis where you’re literally told to sit on your couch and not leave your house, even in our day and age, people get bored extremely fast. Forget about the wonderful world of the internet, streaming movies, reading a book, things that people even ten years ago people would be jealous of, people still are finding reasons to complain.
Microsoft has finally revealed a bit more information on the titles being added to Xbox Game Pass for the month of March, late as it may be. The good news is, there are some seriously good games up for grabs for Game Pass owners. However, as is typical by now, the Xbox and PC lineups for Game Pass vary just a bit. Not all games are available on all platforms, so it is understandable why this is the case. Some of the games we are about to mention are only available on one platform or the other.
2020 is around the corner and gaming was a hit or miss in 2019. Companies like Blizzard were fraught with controversy, Anthem was a complete flop, and Google Stadia released to shaky reception. However, 2020 looks to polish off the industry with mistakes and growing pains with big releases, taking bigger risks with VR technology, and deeper foray into streaming. Let’s take a look at 3 gaming trends in 2020 to look forward to.