Apex Legends is a fantastic new Battle Royale game that was released a little over a week ago. Apex was created by the same developers of Titanfall: Respawn, and, as of now, is highly acclaimed as one of the best of its genre.
From GameWatcher: "Far Cry New Dawn packs a bit of an RPG punch - certainly a fair bit more than we're used to from this Ubisoft franchise. That's a good thing, though, because it refreshes the game a tad.
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Grand Theft Auto V will please both longtime fans and past GTA critics alike. A lot of the issues with GTA IV have been ironed out, and graphical issues have been largely fixed on PS4 and Xbox One. It has a ton of missions, a thriving open-world city environment, an ever-evolving GTA Online to keep you up late at night, and Rockstars signature cracks at pop culture, politics, and society more broadly. Best game ever made? Not quite. Best GTA and sandbox game to date? Definitely.
Project xCloud is Microsoft's upcoming game streaming service. While we haven't heard many details about how it'll work and factors such as latency, we do know that public trials should begin in 2019. However, a description posted on the Game Developers Conference (GDC) website gives us some insight into the project. GDC is the world's largest professional game industry event, with five days of learning, inspiration, and networking. It'll take place from March 18 to March 22, 2019 in San Francisco.
This last season is back on track at a different company, and some ex-Telltalers are ready to finish what they started. Episode 3: Broken Toys will launch on January 15th on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch.