Shroud shares concerns about new world beta

Twitch Star Michael Grzesiek, aka Shroud, has spoken out about his concerns regarding the New World Beta. He stated that the beta might have caused burnout among players prior to its official launch.

After a string of failed game releases in the past, Amazon Games is now trying to make it right. The MMORPG New World has been delayed until September after receiving feedback from beta players. New World was delayed for a while due to the numerous delays in video games over the past year.

The game was initially scheduled to launch in May 2020 but it was delayed for over a year. Although the game is almost finished, players participating in the closed beta and providing feedback seem to have helped push the project further. Asmongold, a streamer on Twitch, was quick to point out bugs and other issues. This is a natural part of the development process.

Shroud, a Twitch streamer reviews the game and says that New World’s multiplayer is better than PvP. He also hopes that it will succeed in the future. Shroud is concerned about the possibility of streamers and players getting burned out, given the difficulty some had in beta, and that progress does not carry over to full version.

He discussed this matter during a stream and stated that “the game’s fantastic, don’t get it wrong.” It hurts my soul to put in so much effort for nothing. It’s not worth being at that level, putting in so much effort to get it gone. “Do you think that people will get burned out before the game is released?” Some people say yes. It all depends on who you are. Regular players will burn out long before they get the game out. However, streamers’ burnout phases are tied to their viewership.

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Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek revealed that he might finally quit New World if the upcoming dungeon mutations feature, which is supposed to make them harder, doesn’t give players an incentive to do them. Shroud is still chugging along with the New World grind despite some fans questioning why he’s still playing.26-Dec-2021

Amazon Games Shroud has thoroughly enjoyed New World so far. “I really needed to take a week off because I looked at my hours, and it was insane. New World literally broke me,” he said. For reference, he has streamed it for almost 300 hours since its release, according to TwitchTracker.30-Oct-2021

Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek revealed that he might finally quit New World if the upcoming dungeon mutations feature, which is supposed to make them harder, doesn’t give players an incentive to do them. Shroud is still chugging along with the New World grind despite some fans questioning why he’s still playing.26-Dec-2021

Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek told Twitch fans he’s taking a week off New World because the sheer amount of hours he was playing it “literally broke [him],” and he desperately needed to reset.30-Oct-2021

Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek told Twitch fans he’s taking a week off New World because the sheer amount of hours he was playing it “literally broke [him],” and he desperately needed to reset.30-Oct-2021

Conclusion

Michael “shroud” Grzesiek, a popular and well-respected Twitch streamer and game reviewer, expressed safety concerns with Amazon Games. He stated that the New World beta might have caused burnout among players prior to its official launch. After numerous delays in video games over the past year

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