AUSTIN, Texas – When the Cyberpunk 2078 sequel arrives in 2018, it will not be the only game in town.
Trophy hunters are already planning to take the same precautions in 2019.
“We’ve been trolling for two years and it’s not going to stop until 2020,” said trophy hunter Chad Cates, a member of the Texas Trophy Hunters Association (TTHA) in an exclusive interview with Breitbart Texas.
“The year after that, it’s going to get really expensive.”
TTHA is a group of trophy hunters that began its efforts to combat cybercrime in the state of Texas after an online hack of the Dallas Police Department.
The hack was carried out by the hacking group Anonymous, which later claimed responsibility for the hack.
The TTHA organized an event in September of 2017, which was organized by the Dallas Area Cybercrime Task Force (DACCF).
A portion of the money collected from the event went to the Texas CyberCrime Task Force, the TTHA said.
“It was very interesting, to say the least,” Cates said.
Cates was able to purchase the trophy room and trophy wife trophies for the group at an event organized by TTHA on September 23, 2017, and it was a memorable experience.
“I actually got to meet the new trophy wife,” Cate said.
He said that the new wife trophy was so unique that it was hard to find.
“She has such a unique appearance,” Cables said.
A lot of people have been waiting for the trophy wife trophy since she was first announced.
“For some reason, people were just waiting for her to show up,” Cocks said.
The Texas Trophy Wife was created in December of 2017 and is currently in development.
“All of us are very excited that she’s finally coming to life,” Cines said.
Although it will be more expensive, the trophy hunter is optimistic that the trophy will be worth the wait.
“They are still in development, but we believe in the game,” Cators said.
When asked if he believed the trophy was worth the price tag, Cates replied, “It’s an interesting story.
You just have to trust that they’re trying to make a game that people will enjoy.
We have no doubt that they are.”
Cates added that he and his group are very much looking forward to the release of the trophy and the first game to come out after the upcoming release of Texas Trophy Hunter in 2019, and 2018 trophy hunt season.
“At the end of the day, I’m very happy about the fact that we’re not the only ones that are going to be going after these cyber criminals,” Cats said.
Tags trophy room,cyberspace,cybergamers,texans,trophies source Breitbart Texas title Texas CyberHunter: ‘A Lot of ‘Eggs’ Are Coming From Texas’ article The Texas Cyber Hunter trophy room is currently scheduled to open its doors on June 24, 2019, with more to be added.
According to a post on the Texas trophy hunt’s Facebook page, the room will be located at the Dallas Airport.
“Trophies are going everywhere, we are not just going to focus on the biggest and best of the biggest,” Calls said.
TTHA members and their associates are planning to participate in this new game and trophy hunt, and they plan to do it with as much care as possible.
“People are going through so much grief,” Csates said, adding that they have made the trophy hunt a point of pride.
“As far as I know, there is not a trophy room in the entire state of South Texas, and we are going out of our way to be proactive in trying to get it back to the state,” Cations said.
This is not the first time that TTHA has partnered with Texas trophy hunters.
Last year, the Texas Tech trophy hunters shared the same hotel room with the Texas A&M trophy hunters and made the group feel welcome.
“This year, we have more room, more equipment, and more fun, because we have a hotel room,” Cays said.
“We are not here to be a trophy hunter, we want to be an ambassador for trophy hunting, and to make it as easy as possible for trophy hunters to participate,” Cids added.
The trophy hunters plan to continue to provide a safe and supportive environment for the virtual hunters that are on the hunt, as well as the trophy wives that are waiting for their trophy.
“When they go hunting, we hope they’re prepared and prepared to be able to share their experiences and have a great time,” Cies said.