The Shacknews Dump has had quite the news year. All throughout the year, we’ve brought you the best and most interesting stories as we close out each week. We took a small break as we prepared great forthcoming Game of the Year content for you, but now it’s time to put a proper cap on the year with the return and last Shacknews Dump of 2021.
On this December 17 edition of the Shacknews Dump, we close out the year with one final look back at the year’s biggest stories. It was a wild and ridiculous year for stories with a number of major trends making waves throughout the entire year. GameStop’s rise like a phoenix through stock shenanigans will be on the slate. We’ll also be talking about the ridiculousness surrounding Activision Blizzard, its leadership, and workers rights. Halo Infinite’s roller coaster of a development cycle throughout the year will also be in the queue.
Join us on the Shacknews Twitch channel at 1:30 p.m. PT / 4:30 p.m. ET as we go live to share the year’s last Shacknews Dump. You can also watch just below.
Here’s a few of the discussions we’ll be talking about today:
- Activision Blizzard’s lawsuit and worker’s rights
- The shocking rise of GME
- Halo Infinite’s year of good news, bad news and success
- Tencent’s hands in everything
- Facebook tried to dodge a whistleblower by going Meta
- Game of the Year conversations
As always, we’d like to thank everyone who has tuned in to check out the Shacknews Dump today and throughout the year. We’ve always appreciated your support and viewership. When we come back in the new year, we’ll be kicking it off with another fine collection of amazing livestream content. Please follow us to be ready for when next year comes and maybe even consider subscribing to the Shacknews Twitch channel. You can do it for free as if you have an Amazon Prime account by linking that to your Twitch account through Prime Gaming to get your hands on a free Twitch subscription each month.
It was a wild and crazy year and we’re ready to close it out proper. Come join us as the Dump readies to go live one more time with the biggest news of the year.