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Fans of colossal spaceships are in for a treat next week. Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 adopts Games Workshop's classic tabletop game on a scale never seen before. The RTS sequel expands its roster to a dozen factions from the Warhammer 40K universe, pitting them against one another in epic space battles, both in the campaign and with online multiplayer.
It's a New Dawn, it's a new day, and the system requirements for Far Cry: New Dawn have us feeling good. Ubisoft has provided us with an extensive look at the system specs for FC: New Dawn, a standalone pseudo-sequel to Far Cry 5 that transports us into a post-apocalyptic, blissfully colourful and bloodthirsty world.
We're finally waking up from a groggy start to the new year with Ubisoft revealing the PC system requirements for The Division 2, probably the biggest release of Q1 2019. The Division 2 is set to offer more of the same addictive co-op loot shooting, this time with all of the valuable lessons learned from the original's post-launch successes and failures. TD2 is out on March 15th and here are the PC system specs requirement for The Division 2.
UPDATE: Following on front last month's preliminary specs, EA has revealed the final PC system requirements for Anthem. BioWare's sci-fi online RPG is quite the looker, impressing us several times since its reveal back in 2017. Anthem looks as if it's going to be quite the test for any rig, particularly if you plan to max out Anthem's PC graphics settings.
Dust off your sicks bags, it's time for the most hideously ultraviolent fighter in town to make its comeback. Mortal Kombat 11 comes to PC on April 23rd, 2019, packing rib-cage tearing fatalities and the return of an iconic roster. NetherRealms has done its part and revealed the Mortal Kombat XI PC specs, but can your PC stand its ground?
Arriving remarkably late in the date ahead of tomorrow's launch, the Insurgency Sandstorm PC system specs have finally been revealed. These are the system requirements you will need to run Insurgency Sandstorm, New World Interactive's new multiplayer military online shooter.
One of the handful of games 'lucky' enough to be chosen for the Epic Games store, World War Z is an adaptation of the terrible movie which itself was adapted from the cult book. It's third-person co-op zombie slaying, albeit this time with literal hordes of zombies. Hundreds of them, all trying to rip your guts out. It sounds like a recipe for low frame rates, so here's Saber Interactive's recommend requirements for World War Z on PC.
If you're an absolute nerd for investigative drama like yours truly, then Disco Elysium's blend of hard-boiled cop drama and isometric RPG goodness is a match made in heaven. Trot around an open-world town solving a single open-ended case, question witnesses, interrogating suspects and piecing together the clues. Disco Elysium, previously known as No Truce with the Furies, has some gorgeous old-school isometric visuals to bring it alive, which could make it the perfect fodder for those long train journeys.
Turn-based strategy fans will be all-to-aware The Bearded Ladies could be cooking up something pretty special with Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden. The tactical strategy game takes combat cues from XCOM but also includes full-blown exploration and stealth between combat segments, providing a more story-based, adventure experience. That and you can play as a shotgun-toting duck. MYZ: Road to Eden is coming to PC this December, but in the meantime here are the official PC system specs for Mutant Year Zero so you can make sure you're good and ready.
The Onimusha Warlords Remaster is due to arrive in January 2019, providing a much-needed graphical touch-up for one of Capcom's most beloved cult classics. Neatly summed up as samurai Resident Evil, Onimusha: Warlords is a slow-paced adventure game with puzzle-solving and blood splatter demon combat. But, just how much more demanding will the Onimusha Warlords Remaster system specs be than the original? Let's find out...
The time has come. Valve is about to release its first non-VR game since DOTA 2 all the way back in 2013. Artifact is a collectible card game based in the DOTA 2 universe, overseen by legendary Magic: The Gathering creator Richard Garfield. Like Blizzard, Valve tends to make games these days that will run on just about any system, and based on the Artifact PC system requirements, Artifact is going to be no different.