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Call of Duty: Vanguard

Call of Duty: Vanguard takes us back to WW2, following four character stories by actual fighters – Sgt. Arthur Kingsley, 9th parachute; Captain Wade Jackson of the Six Squadron Scouting; second lieutenant Lucas Riggs from the 20th Battalion of Australia; and Lt. Polina Petrova, from the 138th Rifle Division of the Soviet Union.

It seems poised to explore war horrors from the viewpoint of some of the countless stories of that time and is maybe one of the greatest looking new-generation games ever. On release, you will see these three modes in Call of Duty: Vanguard.

Call of Duty: Vanguard Pre-order prices, Basic (MSRP $59.99), Cross-Gen Combo (MSRP $69.99), and Definitive (MSRP $99.99) digital versions are now available for pre-order.


The prize-winning Call of Duty® series returns with Call of Duty®: Vanguard, for which gamers will fight for glory all across Eastern and Western Battlefields of Europe, the Pacific, and North Africa during World War II.


As Call of Duty’s approval Multiplayer experience hits the market and all-out attacks on all fronts, you can establish and cement your legacy. As players drop into new locations with realistic World War II loadouts, they will encounter the rise of the Special Forces.


In a frightening new Zombies experience developed by Treyarch Studios, players will also be able to test their grit and determination as they struggle to escape the ruthless onslaught of the undead.

Platform(s): PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One

The release date is set for November 5, 2021

Battlefield 2042

Battlefield is back, and this time it’s set in the near future. When Battlefield 2042 launches later this year, it will feature massive 128-player battles via its all-out warfare modes Conquest and Breakthrough. There will be more, including Hazard Zone, but the real draw will be the vast, evolving maps set across the world. Each of these will include constantly changing battle conditions and gameplay challenges, requiring players to change course to stuff like sandstorms, rocket launches, and storms.


All-Out Warfare – the very next generation of big follower modes Conquering and Breakthrough, with the biggest maps ever for the franchise and up to 128 players* for the first time. Encounter the concentration of All-Out Warfare like never before in large-scale battles on maps loaded with evolving climate, risky hazardous conditions, and stunning world events such as tornadoes ripping from across map and sandstorms blocking out the sun.

Hazard Zone – an all-new, elevated, squad-based game sort for Battlefield company that is distinctive DICE but so very distinct from All-Out Warfare’s Conquering or Breakthrough modes.

Battlefield Portal is a gameplay creator in the upcoming Battlefield 2042. Players can use this to merge vehicles, weapons, gadgets, and even soldier classes from Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Battlefield 3, and Battlefield 1942 into a single-mode. But Portal isn’t just about dumping old toys into recognizable maps.

US$59.99 · ‎Preorder

Platform(s): PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC

The release date is set for October 22, 2021.

Forza Horizon 5

The Forza Fiesta is returning, but this time to Mexico! That’s right, Forza Horizon 5 will take us to South America later this year, with one of the most stunning Xbox Series X graphical displays yet.

Playground Games promises that this is the series’ greatest, most enjoyable, and most diverse title yet, with the Mexican configuration offering a diverse range of biomes to explore.

Expect more cars, as well as area-specific weather systems and character creation options. Forza Horizon 5 currently has 426 vehicles and is still increasing. Its dev update also guarantees raytracing in Forzavista mode, which allows you to get up – close with all of your garage’s vehicles.

Buy Forza Horizon 5 · $59.99. 

Platform(s): Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC

The release date is set for November 9, 2021

Far Cry 6

Acknowledge the dark and brooding experience of an advanced guerrilla and knock down an Autocrat and his son in order to free Yara. That’s correct. Far Cry is making a comeback.

Far Cry 6 is placed in Yara, which is explained as a “tropical island perfectly preserved,” and you play as Dani Rojas, a local Yaran. You step into the role of a resistance fighter and set out to overthrow Anton Castillo’s dictatorship regime (played by Giancarlo Esposito). Castillo, as the ruler of Yara, wishes to reestablish the nation towards its glorious past, and he is willing to go to any length to do so.

US$59.99 · ‎Preorder.

Platform(s): PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC

The release date is set for October 7, 2021

Halo Infinite

The first Halo Infinite trailer, bearing a curious new channel and running on a completely new game engine known as Slipspace, almost seems to imply that Master Chief’s next expedition will have MMO qualities, or at least be wider and sandbox-like in taste.

That instantly recognizable shot of his shields also surprises a technologic downtrend for everyone’s best-loved Spartan, even if plot details are still scarce for the time being.

Halo: Infinite, MMO or not, could be the Halo revival we’ve all been expecting for. The primary focus of the much-maligned 2020 video was solo Master Chief advertisement gameplay, which was ultimately partially the reason the game has been postponed a year after offering everyone the jokes.

Buy Halo Infinite · $59.99

Platform(s): PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X

The release date is set for December 8, 2021

Dying Light 2

No schedule is perfect without a zombie game or 2 on the horizon, and Dying Light 2 could be the only zombie game you’ll need in the near future. Techland got off to a great start with the first Dying Light in 2015, and the sequel intends to widen those dimensions in every way.

Dying Light 2 is everything you could want in a beautifully apocalyptic packet, and then some, with its aggressive world, branching narrative, fine-tuned fight, and radically upgraded visuals.

Our barbwire baseball bats are ready and waiting for zombie blood. Dying Light 2 appears to be better than the previous. And the original was fairly decent Techland’s zombie parkour game made an impression and did receive decent post-release support. The Following DLC, released in 2016, allowed you to roam an increasingly broad wilderness whilst also smooshing the creatures beneath an armored buggy, as well as a battle royale-style spin-off followed.

The original game’s fantastic dusk and dawn cycle mechanic has been reintroduced. At night, the infected will wander the streets, forcing you to flee to the rooftops.

Dying Light 2 appears to continue the first game’s uninterrupted first-person storyline, but we can immediately tell the characters are considerably more emotional here, which should lead to a more convincing plot overall.

The feeling of size is also significantly increased here. In one scene, the player character is on a zip line hundreds of yards above the earth, with many buildings in the background.

Human foes appear to be a much bigger menace in the game, too, with many of them forming their own gangs. For certain reasons, we believe undead is the least of your concerns this time.

US$59.99 · ‎Preorder

Platform(s): PC, PS4, Xbox One

The release date is set for December 7, 2021 

Jurassic World Evolution 2

Jurassic World Evolution 2 is resurrecting too many dinosaur park virtual environment action, but this time it’s bigger – and deeper – than ever before. There will be a new game to play through, including more dinosaur species, new ecosystems alternatives for your housings, and improved customization options.

The new Chaos Theory feature will also let you replay key moments from your favorite Jurassic Park / Jurassic World films, but with a spin, going to allow for some remarkable scenes.

The number of new features in the game is really nearly claustrophobic, leaping from story mode and right into the Competition map, where you’re virtual of your own and to construct a profitable park.

Aside from the dinosaurs, you’ll have far greater participation in your guests’ pleasure, with the opportunity to have more influence and over infrastructure and services in your playground and then modify them to appeal to specific types of visitors.

There are now four interest categories, and you may designate certain parts of your park to meet more specific needs, such as nature enthusiasts who wish to observe more herbivores.

US$59.99 · ‎Preorder

Platform(s): PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One

The release date is set for November 9, 2021

Age of Empires 4

Age of Empires 4 will allow players to relive history through a campaign that spans eight civilizations, from Joan of Arc’s fight against the English to Genghis Khan’s conquest of Asia. You’ll need to construct towns, maintain your assets, and give rise to your troops to war on various islands.

There are four major lobby groups, each with 35 missions that span more than 500 years of human history, from the Ancient World to the Renaissance. Age of Empires IV digital versions are available for pre-order on Steam as well as the Microsoft Store.

The $79.99 / £69.99 Digital Deluxe Version is exclusively available through Steam. The main game is included, as well as a slew of special additional media content, such as statues, coats of armor, and a soundtrack.

The regular version costs $59.99 / £49.99 on Steam and the Windows Store, and it will also be accessible through Game Pass for Windows, which will enable users to access Age of Empires 4 for free.

The regular version costs $59.99 / £49.99 on Steam and the Windows Store, and it will also be accessible via Game Pass for Windows, which will enable users to download Age of Empires 4 for free.

Platform(s): PC

The release date is set for October 28, 2021

Life is Strange: True Colors

Life is Strange: True Colors is the latest installment in Deck Nine’s graphic adventure series. This plot involves Alex Chen, a young lady from a troubled foster home background, who reconnects with her sibling only to have him brutally murdered in a strange accident.

She’ll use her mental empathy abilities to read and subvert other people’s emotions in order to uncover the truth about her brother’s death. It is the first game to publish all five episodes all at once. Earlier games’ chapters were released months apart, akin to Telltale’s narrative adventure games.

As a result, the True Colors journey seems more comparable to bingeing a whole series of a Netflix program than awaiting in live time for plot twists to be addressed. True Colors, on the other hand, is a quick read that can be done in about 10 hours.

I also think that going through the entire game makes the storyline much simpler to follow and recall.

Buy the game for US$59.99

Platform(s): PS5, PS4, PC, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Stadia 

The release date is set for September 10, 2021.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, developed by Eidos Montreal, is a brand new Marvel game. You’ll be having to play as Star-Lord, going to lead the Guardians as they attempt to save the universe from such a problem that they (accidentally) created.

Whereas users play solely as Star-Lord, users will have to make team decisions and will be able to demand them in battle. And furthermore, it’s all arranged to an appropriately epic 80s soundtrack.

Eidos Montreal, the company behind Deus Ex and, most recent, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, is working on Marvel’s Guardians of a Galaxy. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, like its past efforts, will be a single-player storyline experience with a more linear design.

It will chronicle the adventures of the Guardians of the Galaxy, which include Star-Lord, Groot, Rocket Raccoon, Gamora, and Drax the Destroyer.

US$59.99 · ‎Preorder

Platform(s): Xbox Series X, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC

The release date is set for October 26, 2021

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