Assassin’s Creed Valhalla was released on Nov 11, 2020 for Windows and lets you recreate the epic saga of the Viking invasion of England. You’ll lead your band of Vikings as you raid Saxon troops and fortresses. You’ll wield powerful weapons and fight like a Viking against the most varied group of enemies in any Assassin’s Creed game.
Baldur’s Gate 3 has been officially announced for release for both the PC and Google Stadia. The exact release date is not yet known but at the earliest it will be towards the end of 2019 when Google Stadia is launched.
Over 20 years after the initial release of Baldur’s Gate it’s time to gather your party again and venture forth into the Sword Coast. Baldur’s Gate set the standard for CRPG games and with recent releases such as Divinity: Original Sin II and Pathfinder: Kingmaker the scene is set for the third in what will be a trilogy to make a comeback.
The Bard’s Tale IV: Barrows Deep takes you back to the world of the classic Bard’s Tale games first released over 35 years ago. 150 years after the end of the last series the land is in need of a hero once more. Hidden forces seek to gain control over Skara Brae and the surrounding world and it’s up to you to stop them.
This game features over 40 hours of gameplay, over 100 pieces of atmospheric music and 350 voice acted NPCs. Much of the lore in the classic series is still present in The Bard’s Tale IV although much of the gameplay has been modernized, for better or worse.
Styx: Shards of Darkness is a stealth, fantasy, adventure game by Cyanide Studio. It’s set in a huge fantasy environment and is the sequel to Styx: Master of Shadows. You control the goblin Styx, whose ultimate goal is to find his way into the Dark Elven city of Korangar and find out why the Dark Elves are aligning themselves with the Dwarves.
Styx: Shards of Darkness is actually the third game in the series. The first was released back in 2012 and it was called ‘Of Orcs and Men’. The two following games focus on a single goblin, Styx, who is a jerk of a character but tons of fun to play. Read the rest of this entry
With the end of the year fast approaching it’s time to look ahead at what lays in store for us over the next year in 2017.
Luckily there are some highly anticipated games such as Tale Spire and you can see a gif image of the dice mechanics over to the left.
Some of the other PC games due to be released soon are Divinity: Original Sin 2, which is currently in early Access, Battletech by Hairbrained Schemes and Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord. Read the rest of this entry