Sodapoppin used its notoriously blunt, yet crude, delivery today to weed out gamers who enjoy playing single-player games more than online games.
Watching a VOD of Gamescom’s opening show, Sodapoppin explained why he thinks online games tend to be better than their counterparts – and he quickly found dissenters in his chat.
“If you think about the dopamine a game gives you, online games give you way more, most of the time,” he said. “A good online game versus a good single player game, 99 times out of 100 the good online game will be played more.”
Immediately after his claim, someone commented that playing with random people online tends to be a less fun experience than just playing a game alone. But Soda had no such opinion.
“I feel like if you disagree with what I said it’s because you suck at games and you don’t like playing online because it exposes you “, did he declare.
While he was a little late to watch Opening Night Live, Soda aired his opinions, as usual, and it’s hard to argue with the popular content creator. The 28-year-old has been streaming since 2011 and has spent his entire adult life as a professional gamer.
Besides being one of the most followed creators on Twitch, one of Soda’s greatest strengths as a streamer is that he’s open to playing a wide variety of games. He can regularly be caught playing single-player games, so his position in the online debate against a single player is not to be narrow-minded to try different things.