Rockstar Games announced Thursday that Red Dead Redemption 2's online multiplayer mode, is getting a new game mode called Gun Rush, bringing a Fortnite-style battle royale to the Wild West.Red Dead Redemption 2 already had a similar survival mode with "Make it Count," in which players could use only bows and arrows, as the map size continuously shrunk.But Gun Rush takes it a little closer to Fortnite and other battle royale games by having 32 players drop in solo or in teams, gather guns and gear scattered around the map and then fight in an ever-closing area to be the last survivor(s) to win the game.According to a blog post from Rockstar, the Red Dead Online beta continues as the company listens to feedback and makes tweaks to improve the online experience over the coming months, amid continued concerns over the monetization practices with the online mode.New Races and Showdown game modes are in the works, along with new clothing, emotes and other tweaks.The company also plans to expand gameplay with new story missions, daily challenges and dynamic events throughout the world.
Red Dead Online‘s latest update adds a battle royale mode called Gun Rush to the multiplayer list.Wait, doesn’t Red Dead Online already have a battle royale mode?While you only get one life in Make it Count, the only weapons available are bows and throwing knives, and ammunition is super limited.Gun Rush is a more traditional battle royale mode.Thirty-two players scour the map for weapons and ammunition.Now that firearms and scavenging are in play, Red Dead Online has a true battle royale mode for users to partake in either solo or as a member of a small team.
HIMSS, a health care information trade association, says the achievement "represents the pinnacle of applying analytics to support patient-specific prescriptive care.""Rush University Medical Center has dynamic analytics leadership.From the COO's office live dashboard to front line care in the Road Home Program for vets, Rush showed how to deliver passionate, data-driven care," said James E. Gaston, Senior Director, Healthcare Advisory Services Group, HIMSS analytics.Health systems strive to improve care by identifying meaningful patterns in data - especially the genomic and biometric data used in personalized medicine.In 2016, HIMSS Analytics created its Adoption Model for Analytics Maturity to provide a framework and benchmarking system to help hospitals guide and measure these efforts.During a series of site visits, Rush information technology leaders, clinicians and administrators demonstrated the Medical Center's ability to stream data in real time from many sources, process it, and provide analysis on an almost-real-time basis.
It also previewed Project Gemini, which spins off the brushes and brush engine from Photoshop into a drawing and painting app and Project Aero, the AR-creation app that briefly debuted onstage during Apple WWDC 2018 in June.And, oh yeah, there are updates to the desktop apps.Gemini is currently out in a limited, prerelease iOS-only trial.One of the most notable other changes Adobe made to CC involves fonts: It rebranded TypeKit to Adobe Fonts and changed the service so that CC plans include the complete library, all faces come in web and desktop variants, and there's no limit on the number you can sync or usage based on page views or domains.For its most recent mobile apps, Adobe has been using the code base of the desktop software and combining it with its Adobe Sensei AI architecture and cloud syncing to provide a coherent creation experience across all devices.It's not clear exactly how much of Photoshop's capabilities will make it into the iPad version, though it's definitely a targeted subset specifically for photo editing and compositing, supplying blending options, adjustment layers, layer masks and support for a lot of layers.
If you’re ready to graduate from iMovie and dip your toes in the video-editing world, Adobe’s newest app is tailor-made for upping your YouTube game.Premiere Rush CC is available today on desktop and iOS, with Android support coming later in 2019.Adobe says the app is “designed specifically for online video creators”, and exporting options optimized for every social platform including Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Vimeo.Premiere Rush CC, or Project Rush as it was called when it was first revealed at VidCon this year, is Adobe’s solution for budding YouTubers and influencers looking for an all-in-one video editing program.It’s built to simplify the video-editing, motion graphics, and audio mixing capabilities of Adobe’s professional software like Premiere Pro, AfterEffects, and Audition.For example, users can bypass having to create their own animated title card for their videos by just grabbing some motion graphics templates from Adobe Stock.
In a livestream event today, Blizzard revealed the final handful of unrevealed cards from its upcoming Hearthstone expansion, The Witchwood, which launches April 12 with 135 new cards.Over the weekend, we got a sneak peek at 20 of those cards and discussed their design and potential with the game's ever-genial director, Ben Brode.Click through the gallery above to see the newly revealed cards and read about Brode's thoughts on where new abilities like Rush and Echo fit into the current state of the ultra-popular card game (with a little bit of our own analysis thrown in for good measure).
"Make sure you play your video game," is not something you commonly hear parents say to kids.Amblyotech just filed for U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for these games to help treat "lazy eye," which is the lazier way of saying amblyopia.Amblyopia is when the one of your eye's vision is reduced because, as the National Eye Institute (NEI) describes, "the eye and the brain are not working together properly."In this condition which affects 3% of children, your brain favors using one eye over the other (assuming that you only have two eyes), perhaps because your eyes are misaligned (also called strabismus) or the vision in one eye is impaired.The most common treatment is to wear a patch over the better eye each day for two to six hours for weeks to months, forcing the lazier eye to do more work.As a kid, you may not tolerate or accept such as treatment, especially with the constant pirate remarks from other kids.