PC Gamer has a great section showing all that we know about Cyberpunk 2077. It's a game created by the same team that created Witcher 3, it takes place in a dystopian cyberpunk science fiction universe. It looks like it's a mix of an RPG and FPS; I won't say it's similar to Destiny, but maybe closer to The Division? We'll have to wait to see some more gameplay demos to find out exactly how it'll play.
The Steam client has been updated and the chat interface is much much better. What I really like is that you can see your friends in the friends list by game. I was doing this manually before; because it was awesome to see a list of 5-10 people for the games that we both have. It made it easy to find people to play CSGO or Civilization 5 with.
It even works on the web too, no need to download a client to chat with people on Steam!
Sleeper nodes are the diamond-shaped <> nodes that are hanging around the Mars map. In Destiny 2 you can collect 44 of them. You don't collect them in order but based on what the [Override Frequency] item says. It takes 4 [Resonate Stems] to turn into 1 [Override Frequency] so you're going to need to do some farming to collect enough of them.
The hardest part is that the drop of the [Override Frequency] can be any of the 44 sleeper nodes, even the ones you have already collected. While playing, I've encountered the same node at least twice.
Bungie has finally brought back Bounties to Destiny 2. Bounties are small quests that you can complete by getting a lot of Super kills or grenade kills or whatever. They give you some points and they're fun to do while you're completing other missions and quests. They were originally part of Destiny 1 and for some reason were not part of Destiny 2 until recently.
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