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  1. The twelfth edition of the Indian Premier League is almost here and Twitter is already ablaze, with fans representing all of the eight teams coming up with funnier, more creative ways of roasting their rivals. With the announcement of the IPL 2019 schedule for the first two weeks of the tournament making headlines yesterday, we learnt that the opening game would be between Royal Challengers Bangalore and the reigning champion Chennai Super Kings. ð¨ Announcement ð¨: The #VIVOIPL schedule for the first two weeks is out. The first match of the 2019 season will be played between @ChennaiIPL and @RCBTweets Details - https://t.co/wCi6dYHlXL pic.twitter.com/TaYdXNKVSx — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) February 19, 2019 It will be a contest of aggression versus experience as Indian cricket team's current captain Virat Kohli and former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni will square up against each other. Although there's still more than a month to go for the first IPL match to take place in previous champion's home ground in Chennai, the two franchises decided to get on with social media savagery already. As soon as the schedule came out, Royal Challengers Bangalore came up with this tweet: A spicy south Indian Derby for starters - but we prefer the sweet sambar... Our VIVO IPL 2019 begins away from Bengaluru on Day 1 ⤠#PlayBold — Royal Challengers (@RCBTweets) February 19, 2019 Quick on the response, the official Twitter account of the Chennai Super Kings tweeted: But sambar is always #Yellove in colour no? ð¤ðð¦ https://t.co/f5Rw9ZtpH6 — Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) February 19, 2019 The Whistle Podu gang's hilarious response led to the troll-hungry fans to get in on the fun: Before i die... I want to see the man behind this account ðð Savage level- infinity!! ðð — ÙاÛد Nahid ðð®ð³ (@MSDLoyalist) February 19, 2019 No no no no no sambar is Always #Red in Bangalore @RCBTweets — Madhu Suthanan (@dmadhu92) February 19, 2019 Va Thala Va Thala pic.twitter.com/YDKeuRWbjf — Gurunathan (@Gurunat28966937) February 19, 2019 Epic rplyð — Prem Saravanan (@itzz_prem) February 19, 2019 @RCBTweets haha ðð and spicy too not sweet. — Jason Sam (@jasonsam116) February 19, 2019 'but we prefer the sweet sambar...' pic.twitter.com/Ny7if5uDWi — Freak (@strangerrr_18) February 19, 2019 Thanks for 2011 sweet sambar and coming 2019 sweet sambar also we r waiting ðð — Vigneshvaran (@MsVickyLevi) February 19, 2019 The 2018 season was one of the greatest for Chennai as they made a historic comeback during the seasons to qualify and eventually win the final against Shikhar Dhawan's SunRisers Hyderabad to win their third IPL trophy. What makes the victory even sweeter is the fact that the franchise was banned from the league due to match-fixing allegations and this was their year of redemption. Not so exciting for Bengaluru though as Kohli and gang were amongst the lowest ranked teams (6th in 8 teams) and did not even qualify for the playoffs.
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    The Biryani Rap Battle

    Divided by veg and chicken; united by the love for biryani. This Uber Eats #EatMatchLove rap battle shows why there's no room for judgement when it comes to your matchmaking with food.
  3. Alita: Battle Angel 2019 An action-packed story of one young woman's journey to discover the truth of who she is and her fight to change the world. Openload Link
  4. The new generation of the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has seen some really brilliant talent making their way to the biggest stage of them all. Even with some of the most established wrestlers like AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura making their WWE debut a couple of years ago, the biggest name of the new era remains that of Roman Reigns. Making his last WWE appearance all the way back in October'18, Reigns revealed to his fans that he was battling Leukemia for the past 11 years and had to go on a long break because of the in-depth recovery process. The 'Big Dog' was therefore forced to give up his title in a winter episode of Monday night RAW last year. Thank you to everyone who's reached out...I can't put into words what it means to me. Your energy and positivity motivate me to get better quickly to get back in the ring, but for now I'm going to spend time with my family and focus on health. Thank you - Joe/Roman — Roman Reigns (@WWERomanReigns) October 23, 2018 However, it appears that Roman's recovery process is coming to fruition as the Samoan is all set to make an appearance in The Fast & The Furious spin-off 'Hobbs & Shaw' alongside his cousin and The Chosen One, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson this August. © Universal Pictures Dwayne Johnson was extremely proud of his cousin's debut performance during the shoot of 'Hobbs & Shaw' and took to Twitter to express his affection towards the former Shield member. He also commended how Reigns has shown “perseverance and strength” in his battle against the progressive disease. He also mentions how Roman's recovery has led to the upliftment of his consciousness. Very proud of him. His leukemia recovery has elevated his state of mind to a whole other level. And it was fuuuun to go legit beast mode with my cousin in our movie where he plays my brother. #LetTheBodiesHitTheFloor #HobbsAndShaw AUG 2nd. https://t.co/bqpLFQC1Z1 — Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) January 28, 2019 Roman Reigns has been criticised for his poor performance with the mic - an integral part of becoming successful in the business as, apart from the in-ring techniques, the 'promos' play a major role in the fans or the 'WWE Universe' loving or hating a character. Even John Cena bashed 'The Guy' for not preparing himself before shooting a promo, which led to the creation of some serious buzz in 2017. With a bad name in what is essentially 'acting', it would be interesting to see how well the wrestler does in his silver screen debut.
  5. The success of PUBG and Fortnite has revolutionised the Battle Royale genre and every developer is scrambling to release a game. The latest trend in the gaming industry, the two games have managed to bring in billions of dollars in sales via in-game purchases and people are hooked onto them like never before. Now, there's a new legend on the block called Apex Legends. It's a free-to-play battle royale first-person shooter from Respawn and Electronic Arts in which teams compete to be the last squad standing. The game is available for download on PS4, Xbox One, and Origin for PC. What's so special about the new game? It intends to fix all the complaints we had about PUBG and Fortnite. © Respawn / Electronic Arts The game has a futuristic style set within the Titanfall universe, thirty years after the events of Titanfall 2. Many complained the characters and graphics of Fortnite are cartoonish, and this is where the new game stands apart. Each "legend" comes with its own style and abilities like fading into parallel dimensions or disappearing from sight. There are in total eight legends to choose from. Obviously, you'll still be dropping onto an island and scavenging your way to survival, but there's no solo mode. The game is entirely team based and every match consists of 20 teams of three battling to be the last group remaining. © Respawn / Electronic Arts Respawning your team-mate also has been reworked. When a player dies, they'll drop a Respawn Beacon, which a teammate can pick up and bring to a respawn station to bring them back into the fight. This process demands better teamwork and coordination, ultimately offering a more real-life experience. Just like the other two games, it also has Battle Passes that can be used to unlock nearly 100 cosmetic rewards. The first season is scheduled to start from March, giving you enough time to get accustomed with the gameplay and kick-ass in the coming months. © Respawn / Electronic Arts In-game communication has also been improved and you can execute simple message without voice or key chat. Specific waypoints allow the player to highlight items and say for example "Let's check out this place", pointing towards a shelter. Being free-to-play, the game relies on ApexCoins for its in-game currency and microtransactions. The developer, Respawn, has said that it's committed to making the game a full-service offering like Fortnite.
  6. It is World Cancer Day today and while the disease is a very hard battle to fight, the people who win over it are prime examples of the fact that mental strength is what one needs to fight the battle.Bollywood celebs are often looked up to as social media influencers and fashion inspiration, but there are a few celebs out there who are respected for how gracefully and fiercely they've fought the war with cancer. Tahira Kashyap and Sonali Bendre are two such women of steel, who have been fighting this war in their own way and today, their powerful messages are a major inspiration on how one can endure anything with courage. View this post on Instagram Today is my day! Wish you all a happy #worldcancerday and hope each one of us celebrates this day in an embracing way. That we remove any stigma or taboo associated with it. That we spread awareness about it and that we have self love no matter what. I truly embrace all my scars as they are my badges of honour. There is nothing known as perfect. Happiness lies in truly accepting yourself. This was a tough one for me. But this picture was my decision as I want to celebrate not the disease but the spirit with which I endured. To quote my mentor, Diasaku Ikeda, “Leading an undefeated life is eternal victory. Not being defeated, never giving up, is actually a greater victory than winning, not being defeated means having the courage to rise to the challenge. However many times we're knocked down, the important thing is we keep getting up and taking one step-even a half step- forward” #worldcancerday #breastcancerawareness #breastcancerwarrior #turningkarmaintomission #boddhisatva Thanks @atulkasbekar for this oneâ¤ï¸ A post shared by tahirakashyapkhurrana (@tahirakashyap) on Feb 3, 2019 at 11:32pm PST When Tahira had first notified the world about her battle with cancer, little did anyone know that this fighter would manage to win every heart on the internet with her humility and her approach on the sensitive matter. View this post on Instagram An opportunity to give competition to the Kardashians just went wasted! A week back I mentioned about 'my badge of honour' that I was going to receive. And I did and am happy to share about it with the intention of it being received with love. As that's the only reason I am posting it. Love for self and gratitude for the universe. The picture might be disturbing for some, but these drains have become my dumbells for a few days. I was detected with DCIS (ductal carcinoma in situ) in my right breast with high grade malignant cells. Simply put stage 0 cancer/ pre-cancerous stage, with cancer cells multiplying in a contained area. The result I have become a half Indian version of Angelina Jolie (since only one breast was involved)! I told my doctor now is the time to give some competition to the Kardashians since Pamela is passé. But no one listened to me, so now I have a portion of my back tissue in my breast. Perhaps now I can do chin-ups with my breasts! Jokes apart, this obstacle has given me a new definition of life. Respect it's unpredictability and have the faith and courage to be the hero of your own drama of life. The invincible human spirit is God like, gives you the courage to endure and the will to revive. There is nothing that human spirit can't do. Also I want women of all ages to be aware. I am 35, and I was returned twice over from a mammogram. If any symptoms come up, think of it as a protective force and get yourselves examined. Also we are so obsessed with boobs. This mastectomy has left me with even more self love! Big, small, left or right inclined , gravity pulling or defying, or even none, each breast the presence or lack of it has a story to tell. Mine has made me a 2.0 version of myself! This post is dedicated to awareness, self love and resilience of a warrior that I know each one of us possessesâ¤ï¸ #breastcancerawareness #selflove #determination #faith #bodhisattva #bodhisattvaoftheearth A post shared by tahirakashyapkhurrana (@tahirakashyap) on Sep 22, 2018 at 1:59am PDT Tahira ditched her wig for her natural self and even walked the ramp at the recently concluded Fashion Week. View this post on Instagram I got the instructions to not to smile too much, but couldn't control ðð first time and super fun! Walked for @bodicebodice at @lakmefashionwk A post shared by tahirakashyapkhurrana (@tahirakashyap) on Feb 2, 2019 at 9:07am PST Sonali Bendre, who has been inspiring everyone with her insane postivity, also took to social media to urge people to let time be the true healer. View this post on Instagram World Cancer Day… who would have thought it would become such a thing… but it has! And just the mere mention of the C word brings dread in the hearts of anyone who hears it. We fear it so much that we'd rather not talk about it… which is why it's important to have a day where we pull out the band aid and help us deal with this disease. I was scared too, but soon realised that burying my head in the sand was not the way to deal with this. And so… with the little experience I have had, I urge you all to take the time to understand it. There's more to cancer than being emotional or weak or even being called a fighter or a survivor. It requires you to study it, find out what works for you and to be diligent about your treatment. It requires days of strongly believing in oneself, of knowing that tomorrow will be better than today. It is not a fight against negative thoughts. It's taking a stand to not give in, no matter what. Most importantly, it is about living every day, and not just surviving. Just taking it #OneDayAtATime makes it easier to #SwitchOnTheSunshine. #WorldCancerDay A post shared by Sonali Bendre (@iamsonalibendre) on Feb 3, 2019 at 11:48pm PST Her Instagram feed is full of beautiful pictures of the actress in her natural 'avatar' where she continues to inspire everyone with her outlook on battling cancer. View this post on Instagram “I knew that if I allowed fear to overtake me, my journey was doomed. Fear, to a great extent, is born of a story we tell ourselves, and so I chose to tell myself a different story from the one women are told. I decided I was safe. I was strong. I was brave. Nothing could vanquish me.” – Cheryl Strayed, Wild. Over the past couple of months, I have had good days and bad ones. There have been days when I've been so exhausted and in so much pain that even lifting a finger hurt. I feel like sometimes it's a cycle… one that starts off with physical pain and leads to mental and emotional pain. The bad days have been many… Post chemo, post-surgery and the like… where even just laughing hurts. Sometimes it felt like it took everything I've had to push past it… a minute to minute battle with myself. I got through it knowing that even though I was fighting a long drawn out, draining battle… it was one that was worth the fight. It's important to remember that we're allowed to have those bad days. Forcing yourself to be happy and cheerful all the time serves no purpose. Who are we being fake and putting on an act for? I allowed myself to cry, to feel the pain, to indulge in self-pity… for a short while. Only you know what you're going through and it is fine to accept it. Emotions aren't wrong. Feeling negative emotions isn't wrong. But after a point, identify it, recognize it and refuse to let it control your life. It takes an immense amount of self-care to get out of that zone. Sleep always helps, or having my favourite smoothie after chemo, or just talking to my son. For now, as my treatment continues… my visual focus remains to just get better and get back home. It's yet another test… Student all my life… Learning all my life… #OneDayAtATime ð·: @srishtibehlarya A post shared by Sonali Bendre (@iamsonalibendre) on Oct 8, 2018 at 11:19pm PDT Besides these strong women, other celebs who have been battling the disease include Irrfan Khan, actress Nafisa Ali and even cricketer Yuvraj Singh. Let's be kind and gentle while also being strong for anyone trying to win this war. Such motivational posts prove that no war is impossible to fight, as long as you have courage.
  7. Fortnite has been dominating the gaming world and is probably the most successful free-to-play game in gaming history. The game managed to make $2.8 billion in revenue in 2018 and it doesn't seem to die out in popularity soon. The Battle Royale genre was made popular by PUBG and the game has held its own when it comes to earnings. © Blue Hole 2018 was a huge year for PUBG and according to Superdata figures, the game made over $1 billion in revenue last year. That made PUBG the highest grossing paid game in 2018 and the earnings don't even include money made from PUBG mobile. If we take earnings from PUBG mobile into consideration, it is probably the second highest grossing game right behind Fortnite. Here's the full list of both free-to-play and paid games ranked according to their earnings: Top Free-to-play Games Fortnite, Epic Games - $2.4 billion Dungeon Fighter Online, Nexon - $1.5 billion League of Legends, Riot Games, Tencent - $1.4 billion Pokemon GO, Niantic - $1.3 billion Crossfire, Neowiz Games - $1.3 billion Honour of Kings, Tencent - $1.3 billion Fate/Grand Order, Aniplex - $1.2 billion Candy Crush Saga, King, Activision Blizzard - $1.1 billion Monster Strike, Mixi - $1.0 billion Clash Royale, Supercell, Tencent - $0.9 billion Top Paid Games PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Bluehole - $1.028 billion FIFA 18, Electronic Arts - $790 million Grand Theft Auto V, Take-Two Interactive - $628 million Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII, Activision Blizzard - $612 million Red Dead Redemption 2, Take-Two Interactive - $516 million Call of Duty: WWII, Activision Blizzard - $506 million FIFA 19, Electronic Arts - $482 million Monster Hunter: World, Capcom - $467 million Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, Ubisoft - $440 million Overwatch, Activision Blizzard - $429 million PUBG has been continually losing players after it peaked with 3 million concurrent players worldwide however it still ended up being the top selling and most-played game on steam. Considering how Fortnite has been destroying everything in its path, it's impressive to see the game earn this kind of figures. © MensXP The mobile version of the game has become more popular thanks to its popularity in India and other regions. The mobile version earned $32.5 million in November 2018 alone and it seems like the popularity of the game will only seem to rise. It's not only the mobile version, the game saw a sudden rise in concurrent players on Steam I.e. 1 million players in December 2018. This may have been due to Blue Hole's effort to purge hackers that initially led to the game's stagnant growth. It would be interesting to see how PUBG will fare against Fortnite in 2019 and whether it would be able to rake in similar revenue numbers. Still, it was reassuring to see PUBG hold it's own against a juggernaut like Fortnite. Source: Forbes
  8. Battle Royale games have been dominating the charts on every platform be it PC, Console and even Mobile, which has led to many other games using the same formula. The wildly popular 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' (also known as PUBG) and 'Fortnite' have created a genre of games that people can't get enough of. The Battle Royale format of games has taken inspiration from a Minecraft MOD that has now become the norm for standalone games like PUBG. 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' is not everyone's cup of tea and sometimes, people need a lot more from a game that can put forth a difficult challenge. Sometimes, people need a game with its own unique spin that can make the gameplay a bit more exciting. So, if you are wondering what other Battle-Royale games you can play for free, you can take some suggestions from our list below: 1. H1ZI © H1Z1 H1Z1 is currently available for free on PC and PlayStation where you compete with 150 other players on a 60-plus square mile map. You can decide where to land based on how hectic a landing zone is, as the map glows where there's already gunfight taking place. It has a similar concept as PUBG where you need to scour for supplies, weapons and equipment. You can even jump in a car and start circling the safe zone to get your kills. 2. Fortnite © Epic Games It is by far the most successful Battle Royale game out there that has amassed over 200 million players. The game is free to play on PC, Consoles, iOS and Android making it the most accessible game out there. 'Fortnite' has its own unique spin to the Battle Royale formula where players need hunt for supplies, weapons and make makeshift defence shelters. You can play solo, duos or squads of up to four players with different game modes that suit different play styles. 'Fortnite' reportedly earned $3 billion last year and isn't going to slow down anytime soon. 3. Free Fire - Battlegrounds © Free Fire It is by far the closest game to PUBG Mobile where players have to follow the same concept of gathering supplies and killing enemy players. The only difference here is that the game is much more fast-paced, as there are only 50 players in a single match and takes place on a remote island, that is smaller in size when compared to any PUBG map. Free Fire is currently available to play for free on Google Play Store with in-app purchases. 4. Last Man Standing © Last Man Standing If you love to play PUBG on the PC, then 'Last Man Standing' is as close as you can get to a free-to-play PUBG game. It has all the core gameplay mechanics as PUBG, however, it isn't as refined. But, it is a great free alternative you can try playing right now. 5. Survival Royale © YouTube This is probably the closest PUBG Mobile clone you can find on the Play Store where it follows a similar game design and graphics. Having said that, the controls on this game are a bit more intuitive than PUBG Mobile and looks slightly better in terms of graphics. You can expect each round to last around 15 to 20 minutes which is more than enough to play during a break.
  9. 'Fortnite', the Battle Royale game by Epic Games is not only popular, but is apparently raking in massive amounts of money as well. The game is set to rake in $3 billion in profit this year, according to a report by TechCrunch. The report cited a person close to the company's finances and the game was recently valued at more than $15 billion following a recent funding round. © YouTube Battle Royale games have been taking over the world and with PUBG's sudden success in India, the genre isn't going to slow down anytime soon. © Reuters 'Fortnite' is a free-to-play battle Royale game across all platforms that include PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS and Android. The game has a cartoonish feel and encourages players to hunt for supplies, weapons and make makeshift defence shelters. The game has already been popular, thanks to streamers like Ninja and pop superstars like singer Drake. Even though the game is free-to-play, players buy skins for their characters, celebratory moves and dances known as “emotes.” According to Epic, Fortnite attracts 200 million active players to the game which is up by 60% from the 125 million players it achieved in June. Source: TechCrunch
  10. The trailer of 'Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi' just dropped and so did our jaws, when we saw Kangana Ranaut take centrestage as the fierce warrior queen, Rani Lakshmibai. Just like Rani Lakshmibai single-handedly ruled and and fought against the British East India Company to protect Jhansi, Kangana is here to reclaim her throne as the ultimate Queen of Bollywood. © Zee Studios The trailer begins with the royal family of Jhansi fearing that the East India Company will overtake Jhansi if they don't get an heir soon. Then comes a young woman Manikarnika aka Manu who fiercely shoots an arrow and kills a tiger. How the young Manu turns into a warrior queen of Jhansi who catapults the Swaraj movement in India, weaves the rest of the plot. © Zee Studios Even before its release, the movie has stirred major controversy for the tiff between Kangana Ranaut and the former director. In fact, when the teaser dropped, Twitter unleashed its own meme war that crossed all the boundaries of savagery. But, the trailer and Kangana's powerful performance is proof that this movie has the power to rule at the box office. The movie also stars Jishu Sengupta as the king and Lakshmibai's husband, Danny Denzongpa as Ghulam Ghaus Khan and Ankita Lokhande as Manu's trusted lieutenant Jhalkari Bai. Directed by Kangana Ranaut and Radha Krishna Jagarlamudi, the film will hit the screens on January 25, 2019.
  11. Kaun banega ultimate rap champion? It's Badshah vs Ankush Bahuguna. Who do you think will win? Let's find out...
  12. The trailer for India's most expensive film, '2.0' just dropped and so did our jaws, after we saw the brilliant VFX, indicating how grand the movie is going to be. When you put two superstars in one frame, sparks are bound to fly and that's exactly what happens in this 2-minute trailer. Lyca Productions Akshay Kumar, who is making his debut in the Tamil film industry plays a villainous monster who derives energy and power from people's smartphones, which we saw flying in the air in the teaser earlier. Why is Akshay after our mobile phones? Because, "Cell phone rakhne wala har vyakti hathyara hai." (Every person carrying a cell phone is a murderer.) Does this mean we all are murderers? Lyca Productions So he steals their cellphones and then transforms into a giant evil bird, who can be only stopped by Chitti. Yes, we're talking about the same robot who was earlier in love with Aishwarya Rai, but later 'swiped right' (not really) with his fellow robot, Amy Jackson. Lyca Productions Well, when you spend over Rs. 500 crores (approx) on VFX and CGI crew, with over 3000 technicians from across the world investing their skills in the movie, you can expect nothing but the best from it. After watching the trailer, it's now confirmed that what Chitti said was right and that he will definitely "set your screens on fire." Check out the trailer here. '2.0' is directed by S Shankar and the film's music has been composed by A.R. Rahman. '2.0' is expected to release on November 29 2018.
  13. 'Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4' is already out on the market right now and it has been ruling the sales charts ever since it was released. We reviewed the game in its current state and found it to be the best game in the franchise since 'Modern Warfare 2'. © Activision Black Ops 4 has a new game mode instead of a full single-player campaign, and it has been ruling the Battle Royale genre ever since it was released. Previously, the genre was dominated by 'Fortnite' and 'PlayerUnkown's Battlegrounds' (PUBG), however, since COD Blops 4 released, there has been a gradual decrease in peak concurrent players on Steam for PUBG. This may be attributed to many reasons and we wanted to list out our reasons why people are jumping ships: 1. No Hackers © Youtubbe Activision as a publisher and Treyarch as a developer are very proactive when it comes to dealing with hackers. PUBG has a very poor reputation on PC and now on mobile, as the game is plagued with hackers that use aimbots to disfranchise players of quality experience. The lack of hackers in 'Call of Duty: Black Ops 4' is making people jump ship for the better experience they've always wanted. We can't be sure of the future if whether Blops 4 Blackout may also face a similar problem, however, as of now, it stands supreme. 2. Better Gunplay © Youtubbe There's no denying every Call of Duty game has impeccable gunplay that cannot be matched by any other FPS out there. Even Battlefield is now trying to replicate Activision's dated engine for their upcoming game “Battlefield 5” PUBG, on the other hand, always had a very clunky feel to its shooting mechanics which could be a contributing factor to Blackout's success. 3. There Are More Players © Gamesbeat Call Of Duty has been the highest selling game year in and year out and no game has been able to challenge that feat until now. According to VentureBeat, fewer people are logging in to play PUBG on PC and it seems like the trend is not going to slow down any sooner. PUBG is also not available on PlayStation 4 which has a higher player base, as the game is currently exclusive to Xbox One. 4. Better Gameplay © YouTube We've already mentioned that the game has better gunplay, however, Call of Duty games tend to be smooth and refined when it comes to overall gameplay. There are fewer bugs, glitches and the movement is also smoother. The same cannot be said about PUBG as the game is still plagued with glitches that are yet to be fixed. 5. It's More Than Just Shooting People © YouTube Blackout also features one of the most iconic features from the franchise — perks. Special abilities can be added to your character when you pick up perks from the ground. For example, you can equip multiple abilities such as Dead Silence (to suppress your footstep sounds) and Awareness (makes enemy footsteps louder), Outlander (Take less damage and gives faster movement in circle collapse) and many others. This adds more flavour to the overall gameplay and how the game progresses towards the end of the round.
  14. Brett Kavanaugh shakes hands with US President Donald Trump after being nominated to the Supreme Court. Photo:AFPWASHINGTON: President Donald Trump on Monday nominated conservative judge Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court, a decision likely to...
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