Day: September 6, 2020

September 6, 2020 Off

HyperX Cloud Stinger Core Wireless + 7.1 Review

By tracy
HyperX has a new duo of affordable gaming headsets on the market now, bringing it’s Cloud Stinger series to a more budget-friendly price point in the form of the Cloud Stringer Core headsets. The HyperX Cloud Stinger Core Wireless + 7.1 is, as the name suggests, a wireless model with 7.1-channel surround sound that costs just $79.99. As far as wireless gaming headsets go, that makes it on the cheap side. So, let’s see just how well it fits into the competitive market of wireless gaming headsets.

HyperX Cloud Stinger Core Wireless + 7.1

Design and Features

The HyperX Cloud Stinger Core Wireless 7.1 is nearly a facsimile of the HyperX Cloud Stinger Wireless, which we found to be generally favorable. The Core model trades off a few design features in order to go lower on price, but makes up for a bit of that with improvements.

The Core headset opts for mesh ear cups that only have a few degrees of swivel, and the padding in the ear cups and headband is fairly light. The negligible weight of the headset (just under 244 grams) keeps it feeling comfortable for long play sessions though.

The Core model maintains

September 6, 2020 Off

Epic Games Asks the Court Once More to Reinstate Fortnite to Apple’s App Store After Daily iOS Players Drop by Over 60%

By tracy
Epic has once again made a move to try and get the court to reinstate Fortnite

to Apple’s App Store, as it has stated that, since its removal, daily iOS Fortnite players have dropped by over 60%.As reported by The Verge, Epic Games has filed a preliminary injunction against Apple that would force it to put Fortnite back on its App Store. The full hearing for this overall case had already been scheduled for September 28, but Epic is hoping to have Fortnite back in the hands of iOS players before then, at least until a verdict is reached.

Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers previously ruled that Apple did not have to put Fortnite back in its App Store as Epic hadn’t proved any harm had been done and that Epic “strategically chose to breach its agreements with Apple.”However, this latest filing argues that “daily active users on iOS have declined by over 60% since Fortnite’s removal from the App Store.” This date range also includes the start of the Marvel-themed Chapter 2 – Season 4 that iOS players were unable to join due to the lack of ability to update.

Epic says that iOS is the biggest platform for