OG_Thrills Member Oct 27, 2017 4,312 Feb 24, 2020 #1 Like the rest of you I am 100% excited for the next generation. I enjoy talking about the possibilities new tech can bring to this hobby we all love. But I've realized that there is an often acknowledged but undisturbed underbelly that feeds off of our enthusiasm. Fakers. If you've stepped into any next generation discussion you've probably seen more than your fair share. Sites with undisclosed sources they can't talk about. Youtubers faking rumours for views, blogs etc All wrapped up in a mass of clickbait. Designed to distort the discussion for whatever it is they make from the attention and views those lies generate. With the official announcement from Microsoft there is a vast number of these clickbaiters who will still masquerade as authentic. So many have pushed and inserted blatant falsehoods into our discourse for nefarious reasons and I believe it's time we acknowledged them for what they are. Ensuring that they can no longer, easily, distort our genuine discourse for personal gains.