Do watch it in full whenever you have the time.
You strike me as the kind of person who would enjoy such a video.
He's not the most eloquent speaker ever, but he does make very concise points and seems to be in a unique position to talk with deep knowledge about this sort of stuff.
If you're interested in this kind of stuff, I strongly suggest Devin Nash's youtube channel, specifically this video.
TL; DW: YouTube is in a much better condition than Mixer ever was. Their userbase is absolutely massive and they do a much better job than Twitch at suggesting their users...
But why doesn't he just say "Global Queue" then?
Why does he say "Global Queue in Ranked Multiplayer"?
My only explanation would be that the interviewer and the interviewee were talking about difference things without even realizing it.
But as you correctly point out, both Global Queue and...
Is "global queue" just another term for matchmaking?
And if yes, wasn't it available at launch in DE?!
Either way, this seems to confirm what I have been suspecting after talking about AoE4 with so many people: Multiplayer is not a priority for AoE4.
Great video as always @T-West
Lockdowns and Masks slow down the spread of the virus. They don't "stop" the spread of the virus completely, they slow it down.
We need to do that to make sure that the Health Systems don't get overwhelmed with patients.
These have obviously been effective measures, as you can see by the fact we...
I guess you missed the part where the vaccines are not supposed to prevent infection?
Vaccines are supposed to prevent death first and foremost. Which they do.
They also happen to prevent - in the vast majority of cases - hospitalization.
From the top of my head there is this playlist from Nili's channel:
And this Akshon Esports video (which is nice but not very thorough and misses a lot of important things):
I guess what I'm saying is I believe they plan on staying relevant within the AoE franchise.
Because they obviously see their AoE events mobilize a big audience towards their channel.
Whether they will invest on AoE4, or AoE2 or both, kind of depends on what will happen to both player bases...
They will most likely just wait and see how the whole competitive scene develops in AoE4. Assuming the multiplayer experience in AoE4 is good enough to even have a competitive scene.
As someone else has said, AoE2 has by far the largest audience in Redbull's twitch channel, so I don't think...
I don't think these are the only counters though.
Against xbows you can make mangonels. In open field it's hard to counter xbows with mangonels, but at home, surrounded by villagers you can keep repairing the mangonels so that the enemy has to go away.
As for eagles, again I urge people to...