Frank Stich

Frank Stich

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Frank Stich is a gamer from Berlin who can tell you everything about the most anticipated games of the year. He is well-versed in eSports news, so it's one of his key topics. Above all, Frank has four years of experience working as a video game tester. Being a highly skilled specialist, Frank can employ outside of the box tactics to push games to the limits in order to identify and isolate bugs in a predictable manner. Games are a huge part of Frank's life: they're his hobby, job, and the greatest passion.

Microsoft Could Reportedly Acquire Discord for Over $10 Billion

Discord has had similar negotiations with Epic Games and Amazon in the past, but they had led nowhere, so it's unclear if an agreement with Microsoft will be reached.
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Epic Games Announces a Major Upcoming Store Update

Epic Games will reveal new features to make it easier to connect and play games with friends. The features will include group chats, a new search tool, and more.
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WhatShed Seeks Minecraft Virtual Landscape Gardening Consultants

WhatShed is hiring virtual landscape gardeners to provide Minecraft players with pieces of advice on how to improve their in-game outdoor space. Consultants will be paid more than £50 per hour for these services.

Microsoft Unveiled the New Xbox Wireless Headset for $99

Microsoft officials said the Xbox Wireless Headset not only reproduces game sounds realistically and accurately, but also delivers high-quality audio for conversations.
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Epic Games' MetaHuman Tool Will Let You Create Realistic Faces Inside a Browser

The new cloud-streamed app will make the process of creating real-time digital humans simpler and less time-consuming, allowing you to spend less than an hour rather than weeks or months on a single character.

Steam Set a New Record of 26.4 Million Concurrent Users

Last week, the February Steam Game Festival kicked off with over 500 demos available to users. It was probably the festival that contributed to the setting of a new record.

The Steam Game Festival Is Set to Begin on February 3

The Steam Game Festival will last for six days and let participants chat with developers and watch playthroughs. The idea behind the festival is to allow gamers to check out games for free before they are officially released.

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