PC gamers have been enjoying anonymous survival gaming for years. Zos often waxes on about some of his best gaming experiences being in Rust and DayZ. If I had played a game like that, or spent extensive time watching someone play a game like that, I would have undoubtedly been most interested in the psychology of the gamers themselves. For example, what would happen if four guys suddenly surrounded a stranger and started doing jumping jacks? Would the stranger just stand there, or, out of fear or a great sense of humor, join in the jumping? And, if that stranger did join in the jumping, would he continue even if the four stopped, and how long would he continue? Why would he continue? What if half way through, one of the four guys stopped jumping and started clapping? What would the stranger be thinking? Would he be sweating, would he suffer some elementary grade school flashback PTSD, or would he be ROTFLOL? These are questions that I have. I think that “leveling up” and “killing the bad guys” are simply the arena, the hoop, and the ball. The sport is in how the players interact.