YouTube just stepped up its efforts to compete with the likes of Twitch and Mixer. As of today, YouTube Gaming's sponsorships (read: paid subscriptions) are open to any eligible creator. So long as you run a gaming channel that's enabled for livestreaming, can earn money and has at least 1,000 free subscribers, you too can ask viewers to pay a monthly fee (now $5) that unlocks custom emotes, immunity to chat slow mode and participation in sponsor-only chats. Naturally, this also means hooking into the third-party tools that game streamers take for granted, such as StreamLabs (for notifying you when there's a new sponsor) or a sponsors-only Discord chat.
A brand new set of ship SKINs is available for you in the New Eden Store: Valkyrie SKIN! Decorate your ships with these new SKINs and proudly show your support for the Valkyries. Celebrate the upcoming EVE: Valkyrie - Warzone release and the new live event The Agency - Warzone Extraction.
The main feature of these SKINs is a prominent, silver-white Valkyrie logo as the centerpiece on a traditional Guristas-colored backdrop. Four new battleship Valkyrie SKINS are now available in the New Eden Store:
We also offer a bundle containing all above SKINs with a discount of 10%:
Enjoy these new SKINs and fly them proudly!
Purchasing SKINs is easy:
As is tradition, PlayStation kicked off Tokyo Game Show by showcasing most of its announcements days before the full show actually starts. Besides a bunch of limited-edition PS4 and PS4 Pros of varying levels of desirability, we had some remakes, a new game or two, and more Monster Hunter. Of course. Here's the best trailers from the showcase earlier today.
Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier is an entirely choice-based game. There are no real heroes or villains among the humans and apes you play as, and no right or wrong paths to take towards the conclusion of this choose your own adventure. Atypical of storytelling games, though, there's a multiplayer element that's almost meta. Not only do you have to resolve conflicts within the game, you also have to do it within your own living room, debating, persuading and occasionally forcing other players to accept your point of view to move the narrative forward.