Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord /Telegram / Google News Video games are already the most popular form of entertainment in the world and this has led to overcoming some stigmas that weighed against gaming for decades. Part of this progress has to do with the celebrities who have shared their passion for video games and more and more are encouraged to be part of the communities. This time, the turn was for an actress known for one of the most recognized anti-hero movies.
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Hit Girl is already kicking butt in Destiny 2
The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Beta was a success and all kinds of gamers gathered for Activision’s game test period, including some public figures. One of them was the actress Chloë Grace Moretz, known for her role as Hit Girl in the movie Kick-Ass, in fact, she shared part of her experience and how much fun she had with the FPS through her official Twitter account. however, the excitement did not stop there and he immediately asked the fans for another game that could fulfill that quota of action and fun.
So.. Now the beta is offline what should I be playing in the meantime..?! I rotate through vanguard, ffxiv, gta online, Cold War— Chloë Grace Moretz (@ChloeGMoretz) September 26, 2022
Among the titles mentioned, someone suggested that he try Destiny 2 as it is a game that is going through a good time. Taking into account that the games she pointed out are some of the most famous in recent years, it seems that the actress decided to go for something new, so she downloaded Bungie’s FPS and is currently part of its community and even recognized that it is a very interesting title. demanding.
Y’all weren’t kidding… destiny is Very consuming hahaha— Chloë Grace Moretz (@ChloeGMoretz) September 27, 2022
Since we are talking about Bungie, we remind you that information about patents that refer to mobile games was recently revealed. In this sense, it should be considered that the Sony company will be in charge of offering multiplayer titles and PlayStation as a service, so the experiences on this type of device will be part of it. Stay with us, at WTTSpod.
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