Actually this was a couple of weeks ago, but I've been busy and only got to writing now. It's been almost a year since I moved out of my parents house and started renting my own place. After seeing some very nice things on the /r/battlestations subreddit, I finally got my ass to Ikea to get myself a cheap and clean desk with a chair. After that, my old build got a little surprise upgrade as well.
Rumours had been around for a while, but today during a press conference at the E3 game convention in Los Angeles Bethesda and id Software announced Quake Champions. For now the shooter will be available for PC only.
If you're a gamer you probably know what a battlestation is. If not, it's kinda obvious, but it's basically your gaming setup to battle. There is a battlestations reddit where people can post their own battlestation and this one is absolutely georgous. I actually haven't thought about it how weird this might sound to people that are not into gaming / battlestations. In any case, I love it!
Today I came across this video (it's already a year old, still, it blew my mind) that's demonstrating the possible use of VR headsets for gaming. It looks awesome, the possibilities here are endless! Think about shooters, fantasy games, solo and multiplayer. Imagine theme parks with rooms per game that you can play individually, with a bunch of strangers or with a group of friends.