There's also the step in Imgur to mark the picture as private, otherwise I get snarky responses. ImgBB and Postimages are the two I use. Postimages is even easier than ImgBB.I find it the simplest, but maybe that's because I bypass some of the steps.
♣ Copy image to clipboard.
♦ Click my Imgur shortcut.
♥ Click my Paste button.
♠ Click the 3 dots menu after image has been reported as uploaded.
♣ Click 'Copy Link' for forums.
♦ Paste link into post.
ImgBB is my backup, looked nearly as easy as Imgur when I checked it out.
Zenimax did Elder Scrolls Online and Fallout 76 was basically an early access game. They launched it literally with no content. Just a map, a building system and a PvP system that no one used. I think they felt they could get away with that since it was a games as a service model. This will be their first real game since Fallout 4, so I expect more care and a much more complete product. This is the thing they do best, so I'm guessing it will be good. Can't wait for their not-E3 showcase.I'd be lying if I said I didn't have any concerns, since we haven't really seen or heard much since Starfield was bumped last November. My biggest concern is that maybe they were over-ambitious in what they wanted to achieve (like having 1000 planets you can actually land on), and are finding that actually implementing all those ambitious ideas into a game is taking way longer than anticipated.
But on the other hand, Bethesda knows how to make immersive, single player, open world RPGs. That's their bread & butter and what they're known for, going all the way back to Elder Scrolls Arena. I really feel that they're trying to get back to that now, after having branched out into online games with Elder Scrolls Online and Fallout 76. This game is huge for them, and it needs to hit the gaming community like Skyrim did. I think we'll have a better idea on June 11th when Starfield is showcased live.
It's huge for Microsoft as well, they can't afford another big game failure like Redfall, so I just don't see it happening. Speaking of Redfall, just going by some reviews as I have no interest in the game, how can a game developer actually play a game like this and think it's really fun? Arkane has made some great single player games in the past with great, detailed environments and different styles of gameplay. How could they see the faults this game has? I think they'd have been better off to scrap the development of Redfall a couple years ago.