Since the beginning of the epidemic, people have been looking for ways to cope with the rapid changes that have taken place around them.
Physical Or emotionally, in both cases they are doing it. The whole world came to a standstill due to the lockdown after the coronavirus spread. That is why most people have to stay under house arrest. During this time people have a tendency to do new things like baking, making coffee, indoor workouts and many more. However, it was not limited to that. There was also the digital trend that has become a permanent part of human life ever since. Here are some of them:
Virtual chat rooms, spaces and trivia have become a trend during the epidemic that has entertained the world. Virtual trivia competitions enable a large number of people to come together and play on platforms like Google Meet and Zoom. Those who have never met in real life can meet and communicate with each other which makes these activities more interesting.
Games like this are a great way to connect with people. Because these allow you to create virtual islands as well as interact with people. Since meetings or gatherings were closed due to the epidemic, such experiences are quite similar to what we have missed. That is why these became very popular.
People who work from home during lockdown gradually start to feel lonely and decide to create a co-workplace where people from all over the world participate. Turning on the camera, they worked silently and used chat to communicate with each other.
Because of the support group, many like-minded people have found common ground that helps people on both sides. The support group has forged a new bond with many people by sharing their opinions. Many have found solace in being away from family and friends.
Role playing games
Role playing games have become very popular and have been widely played during the epidemic. The games were popular even when the epidemic was much less frequent. People who used to play games in the past now find it easier to play with apps like Zoom.