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I recently had the opportunity to take part in the Crowfall closed beta. The first impression I had of the game was that it was just another sandbox MMORPG similar to other titles such as Black Desert & Albion Online. The main pull of the game is its PvP combat and large scale guild wars, you grind out levels and farm gear until you reach level cap where you PvP for better loot and rewards. Upon first glance into the game, you won't see anything too different or unique but appearances can be very deceiving.
Corepunk was designed by the indie game development studio Artificial Core. The company has been developing this game for 5 years and is finally preparing to enter into its first projected closed beta testing in Spring 2021, even though no official date has been released. Corepunk promises to shake up the monotony of traditional MMORPGs by incorporating some of the better gameplay aspects of MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) style games much like League of Legends, Dota2 & Heroes of the Storm.
Firstly, I'd like to give a brief explanation on what FOX's new show The Gifted is really all about. The series mainly focuses on the Struckers, your average, well-off, generically nuclear family. After certain events unfold within the first episode (I won't spoil anything), the parents discover that their children are mutants. Within this world, much like with any other X-title, mutants are feared and hated, so it's not a big surprise when the authorities begin their pursuit of the children for being "Dangerous Mutants." The parents, Reed (Stephen Moyer) and Kate (Amy Acker) decide that family is the most important thing and decide to flee the authorities to keep their children, Lauren (Natalie Alyn Lind) and Andy (Percy Hynes White), safe. The main antagonists of the series are the agents from "Sentinel Services" (If you think that word sounds familiar, you'd be right, "Sentinels" are those are the giant mechanized monstrosities known for claiming hundreds of mutant lives within the comics, movies, and television adaptations).