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Discord's new 'Go Live' feature lets gamers live-stream to up to 10 friends

12 Aug 2019

Posted by Falkes in Community News

Discord, the famed cross-platform voice and text chat app for gamers, is introducing a new feature called 'Go Live' that strikes the balance between streaming to the general public and gaming with friends on a couch (via Gamasutra).

Essentially, with Go Live, gamers will now be able to live-stream their game to up to 10 friends (including the host) with Discord's desktop app or via the website through the browser with minimal impact on the performance of the host machine. In the official press release, Discord claimed that:

Friends can view your stream from anywhere using the desktop app or by browser (mobile spectating coming by end of year). Plus, Go Live is hardware optimized so you can stream with minimal impact to your game performance. Go Live delivers a virtual couch gaming experience, making any game more social by inviting friends to watch and chat along with you.

It is important to note that Go Live is different from the current screen-sharing feature available in Discord as the new feature will employ game-detection to identify whether or not a game is running on the host machine. If a game is detected, only then will Go Live activate and no part of the screen other than the game will be shown to the viewers.

Go Live will be available to the general public starting August 15th. Mac and Linux users will not be able to live-stream their games through the service. However, they will have the option to join an existing live-stream and view it. Moreover, live-streaming will start by default at 720p for free users. Paid subscribers at Discordwill have more options, with Discord Nitro Classic users having the ability to host 1080p streams at up to 60 frames per second while Discord Nitro users having the exclusive option to stream in 4K.
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Firefox Quantum set to be renamed to Firefox Browser

12 Aug 2019

Posted by Falkes in Community News

Mozilla is planning to drop the name ‘Quantum’ from its web browser, Firefox. The ‘Quantum’ brand name has been around ever since 2017 when the firm overhauled the browser’s innards to enhance its performance. Mozilla has been referring to its browser as Firefox Quantum since version 57 came out, but from version 70 onwards, due in October, it will carry the name Firefox Browser.

In addition to the name change, Firefox 70 is expected to ship with the new logo that was unveiled earlier this year. The latest Firefox nightly build has recently started shipping with the new logo, suggesting it will also come to the final release in October.

While most people refer to Mozilla’s browser simply as ‘Firefox’ the firm has opted to go with the full name Firefox Browser when it comes to branding the product. The reason for this is that the Firefox brand is bigger than just the browser as it includes Firefox Send, Firefox Monitor, and Firefox Lockwise. The firm also acquired Pocket back in 2017 which lets you save articles to read later; while this product doesn’t carry the Firefox brand name it certainly could in the future.

Firefox 70 is still a little while off yet, the plan is to graduate it to the beta channel on September 3 before it’s finally released on October 22. The update will bundle Firefox Lockwise, replacing the password manager and the new tab page will ask new users to sign up to Firefox Monitor alerts too.

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24 Jun 2019

Posted by Falkes in Community News

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Multiplayer pinball game Kabounce is still free to claim on Steam until June 24

24 Jun 2019

Posted by Falkes in Community News

While one of gaming's biggest showcases, E3 2019, ended last week, various offers and freebies don't just come as a result of E3 celebrations. This is the case with Kabounce, a multiplayer pinball game that's now available for free on Steam - that is, until June 24.

Made by Netherlands-based studio Stitch Heads Entertainment, the title was released for PlayStation 4 and Steam on May 29, 2018. It originated from an Unreal 4 game jam with the theme "Rocket and Roll". As the winning entry in said jam, the prototype was taken into full production.

This Rocket League-esque game supports up to eight-player online multiplayer (in a four versus four configuration), as well as either two-player or four-player split-screen local matches. There's additionally a time attack mode in which you can play either against friends or ghosts - presumably of other players - to improve your rank on the global leaderboard. Although it's becoming a bit more normal these days, it's still worth mentioning that the game supports cross-play between PlayStation 4 and PC players on Steam.

You can head over to this linkto claim your copy until June 24 at 1PM ET/10AM PT, which is 5PM UTC. Keep in mind that this freebie is only for the Steam version. The PS4 version is still available at the full price of $14.99.

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