Last week he already had some hits to offer, but this week will be even better: appearing on Steam and Co many blockbusters in a week as if it hadn’t been a long time. So let’s jump right into the week’s releases and see what’s in store for this exciting week.
The highlights of the week
A Plague Story: Requiem
A Plague Tale: Requiem is beautiful and badass – Medieval action video preview
gender: Action-Adventure | developer: Asobo | publication: October 18th
A Plague Tale: Requiem continues the story of young Amicia and her little brother Hugo, who thanks to his special talent can control huge swarms of mice. The action takes place again in medieval France, devastated by the plague. The title is also available as part of the PC Game Pass for release.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
The new CoD Modern Warfare 2 trailer is chock full of celebrities
gender: Shooters | developer: Infinity Ward | publication: October 20 (countryside)
Pre-orders begin this week, as CoD: Modern Warfare 2’s single player campaign gives you access eight days before the rest of the game. As part of Captain Price’s Task Force 141, you will fight in the Colombian jungle in the war on drugs, among other things.
By the way, as a reward for completing the campaign, there are many multiplayer rewards waiting for you:
Playing history unlocks these 18 multiplayer and Warzone 2 rewards
gender: Action-Adventure | developer: Warner Bros. Games Montreal | publication: October 21st
Finally a new Batman game from Warner Bros .: Although in Gotham Knights you play not Batman himself, but his fellow Nightwing, Robin, Batgirl and Red Hood, the gameplay of Arkham titles returns for the most part. The optional co-op mode for up to two players is new.
Either way, the Gotham Knight preview event raised high hopes for our author Gloria:
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If Gotham Knights continues like this, Batman may be dead
Rimworld Nachtest – The strategy game gets better every year!
gender: construction strategy | developer: Ludeon | publication: October 21, 2021
Rimworld is undoubtedly one of the best city building games on Steam. With Biotech, it is now getting its third expansion, which should be a must buy for many fans. We explain all the important news in the following article:
The third expansion finally satisfies one of the biggest fan requests
Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection
Uncharted: The Legacy of Thieves Collection unveils PC-exclusive features in the trailer
gender: Action-Adventure | developer: Bad dog | publication: October 19th
Shortly after Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, the next PlayStation hit arrives on PC with Uncharted. The Legacy of Thieves collection includes Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. The final adventure of the charismatic Nathan Drake and his partner Sully is a true single-player masterpiece, as evidenced by the test of our fellow gamepro:
Here is the proof!
Other releases of the week
Monday 17 October
Potionomics: You inherit an alchemy shop, you have to expand it and of course brew and sell potions.
Base on Mars: A simulation as renowned as Stardew Valley on Mars.
The Shadow Government Simulator: The perfect game for all fans of conspiracy theories, because here you take control of the world like a secret organization.
Tuesday 18th October
Deadlink: A roguelike shooter with a cyberpunk setting in which you carry out covert military operations.
Planet Zoo. Twilight Pack: The new DLC for Planet Zoo brings many nocturnal animals and Fabiano is happy with a very special feature:
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In the end! Planet Zoo is getting a feature I’ve been waiting for three years
Nitro Kid: A tactical RPG deck builder with a great 80s synthwave soundtrack.
Marvel Snap: Hearthstone inventor Ben Brode’s new card game is built on solid Marvel licensing, chic animated cards, and loyal Free2Play.
Superhero Hearthstone Marvel Snap: the new trailer reveals the release date
Wednesday 19 October
The Ultimate Nostalgia Hero: Fun anime where you save the video game world from falling apart.
The Valiant: Turn-based medieval tactics where you guide knights through a campaign of epic battles.
The Valiant: The new trailer for the medieval strategy game shows the battlefields of Europe
Thursday 20 October
Persona 5 Royal: Not only interesting for anime fans! Persona 5 is one of the most acclaimed RPGs of recent years and is now available on Steam in the Royal Edition, which includes all DLCs and many improvements.
Warhammer 40: Shootaz, Blood & Teef: A 2D platform shooter set in the Warhammer 40k universe where you lead an orc invasion and dismantle Ludeus Prime’s hive city.
Batora: Lost Haven: an action role-playing game, with an iso à la Diablo view.
Hell is Others: Pretty sophisticated PvPvE shooter reminiscent of Hotline Miami in terms of looks and gameplay.
Horror Tycoon: Here you can design the haunted house of your dreams to match Halloween, in order to give paying guests the fear of their life. (early access)
The Pegasus Expedition: This 4x strategy game allows you to conquer the fortunes of humanity in the future.
Friday 21 October
New Tales from the Borderlands: The Adventure tells, as the name suggests, new stories from the world of Borderlands.
Here’s 18 minutes straight of New Tales from the Borderlands
Faith: The Unholy Trinity: pixelated psychological horror in which you, as a young priest, explore a haunted house.
Monster Prom 3: Monster Roadtrip: Saving the best for last: The third installment of the surprisingly popular visual novel series.
What game are you looking forward to this week? Tell us in the comments!