Analog Assault Episode 14: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on Xbox, Mixer Partner Styles

Analog Assault Episode 14: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on Xbox, Mixer Partner Styles

Recorded on Thursday, November 30, 2017.

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One of our good buddies, and favorite streamers, Styles is with us this week to chat about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.

 

First, Styles tells us how he got into streaming games and explains how Mixer, the Microsoft-owned streaming service, got its start.

 

The extremely popular Battle Royale game PUBG has been making waves in the eSports scene. It’s been successful for streamers and competitive gamers alike, despite the fact that it’s an incomplete indie title. Soon to launch on Xbox One, PUBG fans and Xbox owners are excited to see how the console port holds up.

 

We discuss the ups and downs of PUBG including competitions, making it to the Xbox, framerates, glitches, and nominations at The Game Awards.

 

Your submissions to Shots Fired get us gabbing about the Justice League, retro games, social media’s impact on gaming, and much more PUBG.

 

If you want to be featured on the next episode’s Shots Fired segment, tweet @mulehorngaming using #AskAnalog, hit us up on Facebook, or hop into our Official MHG Discord Server to chat it up!

 

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Music used:

 

Neuro Rhythm by Aaron Spencer https://machinimasound.com/music/neurorhythm

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Mulehorn117

Founder and Podcast Host at Mulehorn Gaming & Analog Assault Podcast
Wade, also known in the gaming world as a "mulebaggin extraordinaire", Mulehorn117. I’m married with three kids and have a love for gaming. My gamer history starts all the way back with Tandy 1000 and Atari. You can find me on the airways with the Analog Assault Podcast.