For people interested in PvP: I found I was able to get really good blue level gear in the PvP campaigns which you can join once you are level 10. Do the first few quests you see so you get siege weapon training. And then just go where people are fighting on the map (look at the castle icons). Try not to die and get some shots in with ranged attacks. You'll earn lots of Alliance Points which you can use to buy gear and siege weapons like catapults and siege weapons (to place them you have to equip and use them like potions). You'll get rewards send to you by mail with good green gear for your current level, and can buy blue level gear with alliance points. Available gear goes up by 5, so at lvl 10, 15, 20, etc the NPC's have green and blue 'loot chests' you can buy for cheap at the lower levels. Perhaps we should choose which campaign to join as a guild too, so we can team up in there. Once you choose a home campaign you can't change it until it's over (there are 5-day up to 30 and 90 day campaigns!). This is so people can't jump campaigns until they find one where their alliance is winning. I'll suggest Thornblade 30 days campaign, there's about 10 days left right now I think --EDIT: Perhaps ebonheart alliance is a bit too strong in there, it's great for PvE questing in the Cyrodiil map but it doesn't seem to have a lot of enemies for PvP so it's harder to get alliance points. Maybe the 5-day campaign would be best to figure things out at first. Headset audio levels in stream; The issue with other people being really loud is because twitch upload on PS4 uses the "TV out" audio of incoming voicechat. It's like when you don't have a headset plugged in, the voicechat of other players will come from the TV. That's a lot louder than the headset because the headset has a separate volume setting. The in-game 'player voice level' (at the bottom in the options) lowers the volume a bit, but everyone who joins probably needs to lower their mic input level too. As for stream feedback; As a non-german speaking viewer, it's indeed a bit hard to follow if the chatting is done in German. Although I can still understand most of it since I'm Dutch many people won't have a clue what is being said. And something I also noticed with the witcher; on-screen language is in German and audio is in English, which is fine. But usually Dahlia responds to chat during cutscenes so it gets difficult to follow what's being said in-game for English viewers. I think it's more interesting when you can follow the story along with the player and see the reactions on what's happening. But like others have said streaming, playing, talking and finding a balance between them is a difficult job to do. It will teleport you to the closest shrine, doesn't matter if you haven't been there before. In the instanced group dungeons, one player in the group can enter it and everyone else can use 'travel to player' from the group list or guild roster. You will spawn at the start and inside the same instance of the dungeon.