This + fully controllable flight ship mod were the big ones I used. A couple other quality-of-life improvements (instant button feedback instead of having to press/hold helped too) and it was better (on PC).
It's using Azure Pipelines, which is Microsoft's automated build/release mechanisms. "Azure DevOps" is their rebranding of both Visual Studio Team Services and Team Foundation Server (on-premises local server). It's just their code building / executable deployment mechanism - it offers a bunch...
Haven't gotten anything yet.
I had a heck of a time trying to get it running; kept getting blocked by the ping requirement (avg around 50ms instead of the required 40ms). I managed to get about 1h 10m playtime put in tho (according to UbisoftClub), so hopefully I get back with something.
The PC Gamer article I read mentioned bows & throwing knives.
Also, is it really a shock to anyone that they added a BR mode? They already had a BR mode in GTA Online, so it's the same mode with just different assets.
Yes, demons can/will fight each other if you can get them to turn on each other. There's a few scripted areas where they're already fighting, as well. Tho there's not much "sneaking" around in Doom 2016.
From what it sounded like in the article, no.
From the article:
So basically since they took healthy skin from the boy, they grew skin in the lab and grafted it onto him, and then the lab-grown healthy skin attached to the lower layers successfully, and is able to make its own stem cells...
Guy that I worked with drank Soylent all the time. He somehow convinced a bunch of us to try it because we always gave him crap about it. It was...alright. Not something I'd drink regularly. It tasted like stale cereal milk to me.
Like DocFaustus said, it completely changes.
More focus on suppression and/or flanking when you're with multiple people.
That, and it's just WAY more fun IMO rolling with 1 or more friends and getting into some really interesting situations based on all the decisions you've made up to that...
I think it depends on your skill level though, too. You can drop in one of the "hot zones" (mili base, school, Georgopol crates, etc.) and if you can survive the onslaught of people (either by hiding or getting rid of players yourself) - you can easily get pretty looted by killing the other...
So something a lot of people missed that's been reporting on this:
To summarize, if you're outside of the US and you purchase the DLC, no proceeds from the purchase goes to the family. The percentage also doesn't go to the family if you live in one of the following states: AL, HI, IL, MA...
Troy Hunt even says not to use it for checking your current passwords. More for showing people "do you really want to use that password you planned on using?" to show them how weak passwords have already been breached.
He didn't even want to make this website really, but ended up doing it anyway.