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This year’s going to be a blessing (No, we haven’t found the solution to world peace). Far Cry 6 is coming and guess who the final boss is? - It’s Gus Fring from Breaking Bad. Not only that, Halo Infinite, Call of Duty: Vanguard, Forza Horizon 5, Battlefield 2042, and the much-awaited FIFA 22 are all releasing in 2021. That’s for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox players. If you also play on mobile phones, there’s a lot more for you. Valorant and Apex Legends are finally coming to handheld devices, hyping up the mobile scene more than ever.

Back in 2018, when the super-popular Diablo was planned for a release on mobile, there was a lot of backlash from the community as gamers were cynical of its gameplay on mobile. But, the work behind the scenes went on, and now it’s slated for a release in 2022- which the community is now eagerly waiting for. That shows how times can change and alter people’s (read gamers) opinions.

Speaking of changing times, we never could have imagined that a virus would cause us to coop up in our homes and shift the way we work, live, or entertain ourselves. We witnessed an unprecedented peak in video game sales and playing time during the year 2020. Steam saw 20.3 million players using their platform simultaneously, the first time it ever happened. The video games industry rose to 139.9 billion dollars in 2020 and expected to grow to 179.7 billion dollars in the year 2021.

We all love playing video games- going 2-0 down and coming back to win 3-2 in FIFA, or dominating a whole lobby by nuking them Call of Duty, or defending an attack on your town center in Age of Empires to wiping off the opposition’s army. Gaming keeps us relaxed but it also comes with a set of downsides.

Ask any gamer (read Yourself) and he/she will tell you all about the eye strain or pain a few hours of playing video games may cause. That isn’t only down to your unblinking and super-concentrated gaming attitude, a lot of that pain is caused by the blue light emitting from screens. That blue light is of short wavelength and possesses high energy- it goes into your eyes unhindered and causes strain, headaches, and shoulder pain. If you know, you know.

So, what should you do about it? Or what can you do about it? The answer’s pretty simple- get Chashma Blue Cut glasses. Its lenses are specially crafted to block blue light from entering the eyes. In effect, cushioning away the burden and letting you play freely for hours. What’s more? It’s easily the most affordable option on the market and an exquisite one at that.