With the PS4 and Xbox One X stealing all the headlines (and quite a number of platform-exclusive games), it is time to focus on PC gaming.
With supreme graphical performance at its side, the PC race offers the most gorgeous visuals ever witnessed in the world of gaming.
The year 2017 has a bunch of cool titles that are yet to arrive!
Assassin’s Creed: Origins
Ever since 2007, upon the release of the very first Assassin’s Creed game, the world has been astounded with its unique fighting style, all the unavoidable parkour action, and other unique features. Having started in Jerusalem and having gone through Italy, London, Paris, Cyprus and even the Pacific, it is time to move on to Ptolemaic Egypt!
The gameplay will include the recognizable Assassin’s Creed trademark fighting and free running style, but it will supposedly also include Far Cry-style time and nature systems at work, already seen to a certain extent in 2012’s Assassin’s Creed III. One of the key new features will be an eagle companion!The release date of October 27, 2017 was confirmed at E3 2017.
Call of Duty: WWII
Ever since the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, the world-famous FPS series hasn’t made a return to the 1940s era (apart from a couple of Black Ops missions). Having moved across 3 installments of Modern Warfare, 3 installments of the Black Ops series and the Ghosts, Advanced Warfare and Infinite Warfare story arcs, it is time the series’ returned to its origin – World War II. Expect paratroopers (someone said Hooah?), a variety of objectives, such as bomb planting and vehicle escorts and even the mini-games that the Call of Duty series is famous for that include bombing and strafing runs.
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus
On the subject of shooting Nazis, what could be more fun than stepping into the boots of BJ Blazkowicz, a United States soldier, and taking the fight to the US! If you were amazed by the number of crazy, completely unrealistic, yet incredibly lethal weaponry from Wolfenstein: The New Order, the new installment of the series won’t disappoint you. Although modern gamers are fans of being able to make choices, the new Wolfenstein doesn’t seem to be departing from its typical, relatively linear narrative seen in The New Order and, in the opinion of many, it really shouldn’t!
Middle-earth: Shadow of War
The 2014’s hit game Shadow of Mordor has exploited the Nemesis system, bringing personalities and backstories (not scripted) to the enemies and allies that you come across in this interpretation of the Lord of the Rings universe. The new installment will expand the mentioned Nemesis system, allowing the player to control entire armies from the third person! Given the fact that the story will no longer be set in Mordor exclusively, you can expect a bit more colorful and diverse environment.
Get your rig primed and get all the PC Case Gear that you need because your gaming machine needs to be ready for this new Metro release. The extended trailer begins in the titular subways (much like the game’s predecessors Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light) and moves onto a post-apocalyptic world full of terror and monsters that are out to get you. Open-world fans should lower their expectations, though, as this installment will be just as linear as the rest of the Metro series. With the main focus on the story, it is said that the gameplay will incorporate elements from both the Metro and its weird sibling series, Stalker.
Far Cry 5
With so much hype buzzing around the Far Cry franchise, we’ve decided not to care that this release is actually set for February 2018. What more can we say? The famous series is back, and it, yet again, features a ludicrous, psychopathic bad-guy, a bunch of weapons, tactics, allies, and enemies. This time, however, the story unfolds in Hope
So far, 2017 has blessed us with fantastic games to look forward to. Get your rig upgraded on time, set aside some cash for purchasing games and get ready for a long, second half of the year!