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Humankind is a 4x strategy game where you’ll get to rewrite the entire history and culture of humanity to create a new civilization. It was developed by Amplitude Studios and released on 18th August 2021.

You’ll start with a Neolithic tribe and build your empire to the modern day. Each time you enter a new era you’ll choose a new culture. There are 60 playable cultures spanning the 6 eras. Each of the cultures come with their own unique districts and units.

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Two years after it was first released for early access Subnautica: Below Zero is getting its full release on Steam on the 14th May 2021. Below Zero features a whole new area in the arctic region of planet 4546B to explore with entirely new biomes, life forms, habitats and vehicles.

Subnautica: Below Zero has a slightly smaller map than the original but each of the environments is packed with detail. There’s still a lot to explore even though Below Zero focuses more on story elements. Read the rest of this entry

Airborne Kingdom is a sky city builder that allows you to grow your own town in the clouds. It’s a simulation/strategy game that will have you flying over open landscapes while attempting to unite the various peoples of the land. It was developed by The Wandering Band and is available exclusively through the Epic Games store.

As you build your unique sky city you’ll need to maintain lift and keep an ample supply of fuel. You’ll also need to balance the weight of your buildings or your sky city might tilt to one side or the other. Your new citizens won’t be too happy if they’re forced to live in sloped houses.

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Star Wars: Squadrons is a space combat sim and is the successor to the classic X-Wing/Tie Fighter games of old. The focus is on multiplayer where most of the action is expected to to take place. You can engage in dogights against worthy opponents or engage in fleet battles to destroy enemy flag ships.

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Anno 1800 was one of the most anticipated city building games of 2019 and has just been released by Ubisoft. It returns the franchise to its historical roots, focusing on the dawn of the industrial revolution in the 19th century.

The last few releases in the franchise, Anno 2205 and Anno 2070, may have been a little too futuristic for some players. Anno 1800 returns to the beautiful and charming setting of the old world. A time rich with exploration, trading and scientific discovery. Like all the other games in the Anno series, Anno 1800 is a visual delight and a joy to play.

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