The new square Twitter profile pictures are tastiering gamers


The Twitter chaos has been working for a while, with new checkmarks, colors, and, oddly, square profile pictures rolling out. These different checks and icons define what type of entity the profile represents, whether it’s a company, a government or a media account. The square profile pic has a based intel network and it shows a company using Twitter Blue for Business. Gaming brands give it the chance to have some fun at the change.

The update came out on December 19th and was announced on the Twitter site. However, there’s still a lot of fun to look at the update. Everyone, from The Game Awards to Destiny 2, Sea of Thieves, and Fall Guys posted fun posts.

Is it hip to be square?

The Games Awards were held December 20, 2022.

I don’t know how feels.

Fall Guys Season’s Yeetings (@FallGuys Game) December 20, 2022

We never asked curse (with a square profile picture).

Sea of a thieve (@SeaOfthes) December 19, 2022, 2022.

“Wha? What cypher is it?”

Destiny 2 (@DestinyTheGame) December 19, 2022

The image Destiny 2 of the Master Rahool is particularly important, given that he was once infamous for giving people tons of things they didn’t want. A tainted ear to the frenzied the first Destiny, the possibility of decrypting some Exotic engrams (a very rare drop at that time) could give a green Uncommon or Rare blue item, making the drop useless. The loot cave around which the whole Grasp of Avarice has been designed, is one way players tried to win the baffling RNG, but the reputation of Rahools was already ruined.

Sea of Thieves account takes things a little lighter, since curses in that game are cosmetic options that require significant players more time, effort, and luck. The most recent curses, like the Skeleton Curse, requires you to attain Reputation Level 75 with the Reapers Bones and Allegiance Level 100 with the Reapers of Flame. We have only one more day to complete. Both of them will take more time.

The square profile picture and new checkmark systems will become some of the final changes to Twitter for a little while, but that’s only a guarantee nowadays.


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