Most non-players are upset that a company is suing a 14 year (realistically could be refiled against parents and could result in $150,000). However, a lot of gamers that play multiplayer are supportive of Epic in this case.
Yeah, I guess people who aren't affected by all the hacks/cheats just see it as "Big company stepping on a little kid!" whereas the people who've been screwed in games over and over by blatant cheating are in favor of nailing him high in a tree as a warning to others. Especially given his repeated provocations, it's hard to have much sympathy.
Destiny 2 gets ~80fps at 1080 while set to Ultra (or whatever the highest general setting is) on my 290X. That was kind of impressive. Stranger is that it defaults to a "custom" setting of mainly Low in everything with a few scattered Mediums.
Tonight we've scheduled Rocket League which I won't be playing because screw that game and also because I'm trying to wrap up Prey before we go All Destiny All The Time. Tomorrow we're scheduled to make a return engagement in Battlefield 1 so it's a good thing I didn't uninstall it last night like I was thinking of. We haven't played BF1 in a couple months now so we'll probably all be terrible and Bah will burst a vessel swearing about how everything is bullshit. Keep 911 on speed dial.
Today is Gamergate's final day for their fall sale and they're celebrating by taking any half-recent AAA game off sale and just having mediocre discounts on stuff you don't want. I suppose that's not much of a lead-in towards saying that today is also the last day to get bonus zGold when you fill your wallet.