After what has been a pretty slow middle of the year for gaming, October marked the start of AAA game releases in the lead up to the Christmas holidays with Middle-earth Shadow of War landing on the 10th, South Park: The Fractured But Whole on the 17th and Destiny 2 just yesterday.
If all that wasn’t enough, right around the corner is also Wolfenstein 2 and Assassins Creed Origins on the 27th and Call of Duty WW2 the week after on November 3rd and Star Wars Battlefront II on the 17th.
Not up on the latest news for all these great titles? Checkout the trailers below. Starting with our personal favorite, Wolfenstein 2 : The New Colossus.
Sticking with the theme of murdering Nazi’s, it wouldn’t be a WWII game without them and it wouldn’t be a Call of Duty game without Zombies. So without further a’do, here’s COD WWII’s Nazi Zombie trailer.
A big focus for the new Battlefront 2 game is single player, with a fully fledged story that the team at DICE look like they have put a ton of work in to. Even if your not a Star Wars fan the visuals look amazing. If you are a Star Wars fan you’ve probably already seen this one, but here it again anyway.
And last but not least, yet another entry in to the Assassins Creed list of games, this time set in ancient Egypt. Worth getting excited for or is 10 games in 10 years (or 31 if you count the spin offs and mobile games!) too many?
With the much anticipated title due out exclusively on Battle.net October 24th you could get your hands on a free copy with any custom gaming PC powered by a GTX 1080 or GTX 1080 TI when you order before November 21st.
The PC version of the game looks spectacular and will support uncapped frame rates, 4k, higher resolution and detail textures and effects plus a myriad of other improvements over the console counterpart that was released a few weeks ago.
Don’t just take our word for it, check out Bungie’s latest PC trailer captures all in engine on PC.
Whether your a fan of the original, the Halo universe or simply in to gorgeous looking sci-fi first person shooters this is definitely a title worth trying out and a great added bonus to any new high end gaming PC.
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Thank’s to NVIDIA, you can get your hands on the next big game everyone’s waiting for DESTINY 2 absolutely free with your next gaming PC.
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To get started head on over to our store page here, select the gaming PC category and begin customing your next dream gaming PC, being sure to select a GTX 1080 or GTX 1080 TI (any model) to get Destiny 2 absolutely free.
While the very successful and critically claimed Destiny from Halo’s Bungee studios was a console excursive, Destiny 2 is making it’s it way to PC this September with a simultaneous cross platform launch.
It is currently unclear if the MMO world player base will be separated by platform or if PC and console players will cohabitate the same servers.
Hopefully, as with the first release, Destiny 2 will have Australian (typically in Sydney) based servers for the region.
All we really have to go by at this point is a few leaked posters and an official announcement trailer.
Stay tuned for more details as they develop. We should get a better idea of system requirements and game-play features closer to launch and a beta will be open to those who pre-order.
As PC gamers it’s always good to be a little concerned with the quality of the ‘port’ of a console game as we’ve all seen instances of it going terribly wrong but coming from a studio with a stellar track record like Bungee we are confident it will be just as good if not better than it’s console counterparts.
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