My Facebook newsfeed is full of hate and complaints towards the PH government and I get it. 😉 The current situation is intense and we all have different opinions and feelings about the COVID-19. I want my FB friends to know that I won’t unfriend them (lol) just because suddenly they all become political analysts and activists. Haha! I also don’t blame anyone for feeling unsafe, scared and insane. Because like you, I am also getting crazy being home quarantine for two weeks now. Let’s not be crazier what people need now is support and empathy. 😍
I will save the world one level at a time.
I’m half-introvert and half-extrovert and when I say, I’m extrovert the social butterfly in me is strong that I like to go out every week to meet friends, chill, have drinks and catch up. Hence, being in a home quarantine takes a lot of adjustment. Thank god, my half-introvert in me is enjoying being at home and doing my thing.
Recently, I play video games again to re-learn COD and I enjoy it. I am no by means a professional gamer because like many female gamers, I am also figuring out how to outsmart other players but I would say that since I’m a tech-savvy chic and I have gaming gears, I have the advantage to play. In addition, an upgraded graphics card in my pc briefcase helps a lot in the game. 😋
Whilst most of society still views video games as being a “male” activity, this simply isn’t true at all. More women than ever are taking parts in e-sports, playing competitively, are hardcore gamers and playing on a casual basis for fun. Women are everywhere in gaming for a reason, video games are fun.
Call of Duty is a fun, competitive and sometimes tense game that anyone can enjoy. Using a mic is not really important in most online games and COD is no exception so no women should feel the need to reveal their gender if they don’t want to. There is also an e-sport for COD however there are few women players; some e-Sports leagues actually have women teams and women only leagues which is cool. There are currently not enough professional women players to do this with Call of Duty.
Like many other shooters, Call of Duty can teach its players quite a few positive things; team play, communication, reaction time skills, prediction and much more. Many of these skills are transferable to other games and also to real life.
COD is similar to other FPS games such as Battlefield and Halo; each major FPS franchise is different in what they offer players, Halo is especially different from its futuristic settings.
Call of Duty is great fun to play online and a bad community should not stop anyone from playing it if they want to. COD e-sport needs a few more women players and maybe even several women-only teams, could be one of those high-level players?
Reviews for Call of Duty Modern Warfare.
I received a discount code from Battle.net (I’m grateful! Lol) and I checked the difference between Warzone, Modern Warfare, and Block Ops…honestly, I see really no difference of upgrade. 😂
For example, the Warzone has a good storyline, movement of players, graphics and upgrade weapons. When I see Modern Warfare it basically has the same things to offer but a revised version and just a re-mastered design. In addition, I think COD has copied Fortnite to compete with them but they changed a few things.