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PC Gamer September 2019

In addition to a great visual design, PC Gamer focuses more on communities, user-made content and of course the big-name games we know and love! Each issue also offers exclusive previews and insightful features to make sure you're at the top of your game. Delivering authoritative, honest, informative and entertaining reviews, PC Gamer is the ultimate buyer’s guide. ****Note: This digital edition does not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies.****

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United Kingdom
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English
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Future Publishing Ltd
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13 Issues

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“doom proved to be a confident, clever statement”

In an era where singleplayer shooters have fallen out of fashion, id Software’s return to Doomproved to be a confident, clever statement about what an FPS can be. The 2016 release was arguably the best shooter of the decade, using forward momentum to replicate the frenetic pace of the ’90s classics. By all accounts Doom Eternallooks to focus in on everything that made its predecessor great. Head to p42 to read Andy’s bloody report. In a classic case of counter-programming, this issue we also celebrate The Sims, a series that’s excelled at letting every kind of player tell the stories that interest them. Enjoy the issue! PHIL SAVAGE Specialist in Coverlines Twitter @Octaeder This month Made the terrible decision to put the words “Granny Theft Auto” on the cover of a magazine. TALK TO PC GAMER Have your say! Email…

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the pc gamer team

ANDY KELLY Specialist in Demon guts Twitter @ultrabrilliant This month Had a very good time doing unspeakable things to demons and then speaking about them. MALINDY HETFELD Specialist in No deadlines Twitter @yourkyotowife This month Enjoyed the best half of the deputy editor role – the half without the magazine deadline in it. JEREMY PEEL Specialist in Deadlines Twitter @jeremy_peel This month Suffered the worst half of the deputy editor role – the half with the magazine deadline in it. SAMUEL ROBERTS Specialist in Old anime Twitter @SamuelWRoberts This month Exorcised his E3 demons by writing a whole lot of previews and watching Neon Genesis Evangelion.…

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pc gamer

EDITORIAL Global Editor in Chief Evan Lahti Editor in Chief Samuel Roberts Editor Phil Savage Acting Deputy Editors Malindy Hetfeld,Jeremy Peel Art Editor John Strike Production Editor Tim Empey Web Editor Tom Senior Section Editor Andy Kelly News Editor Fraser Brown CONTRIBUTORS Writing Jonathan Bolding, Alan Bradley, James Davenport, Emma Davies, Matt Elliott, Natalie Flores, Aimee Hart, Phil Iwaniuk, Alysia Judge, Evan Lahti, Keza MacDonald, Jody Macgregor, Steven Messner, Bo Moore, Joanna Nelius, Tom Sykes, Tyler Wilde Art David Lyttleton ADVERTISING Commercial Director Clare Dove clare.dove@futurenet.com Advertising Director Tom Parkinson tom.parkinson@futurenet.com Account Director Chris Mitchell chris.mitchell@futurenet.com Account Manager Kevin Stoddart kevin.stoddart@futurenet.com INTERNATIONAL LICENSING Head of Print Licensing Rachel Shaw licensing@futurenet.com SUBSCRIPTIONS Head of subscriptions Sharon Todd CIRCULATION Head of Newstrade Tim Mathers PRODUCTION Head of Production US & UK Mark Constance Production Project Manager Clare Scott Advertising Production Manager Joanne Crosby Digital Editions Controller Jason Hudson Production Manager Fran Twentyman Editorial Operations Assistant Steve Wright MANAGEMENT Chief…

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aliens vs eve online

Attacking out of nowhere, a non-player faction called the Drifters has invaded New Eden, the galaxy where EVE Online takes place. The Borg-like aliens laid siege to starbases and destroyed more than 5,000 player ships, amounting to hundreds of billions of ISK, EVE’s in-game currency. The major player-led alliances scrambled to respond, but not before a huge amount of damage was done – and now they’re pissed. IT WAS AN ATTEMPT TO SHAKE NEW EDEN UP IN AN EXCITING WAY What was intended as an attempt to inject some life into EVE’s universe served mainly as an annoyance for the large groups of players who call New Eden home. “The lack of forewarning that normally precludes an event like this took a lot of the playerbase by surprise,” TEST Alliance fleet commander…

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highs & lows

HIGHS Keanu Reeves His appearance in the game increases the chances of a Cyberpunk 2077 movie says creator Mike Pondsmith. We’re into that. Lightsabers Following criticisms Respawn is making them more like the films. Shenmue III Ryo’s next adventure feels like a Dreamcast game, and we mean that in the best possible way. Mordhau This medieval brawler is superb, but the community is incredibly toxic, which the developer is doing a bad job of dealing with. Gabe Newell We love you, Gabe, but please stop making Half-Life 3 jokes. The latest was at the launch of Valve’s new VR thing, Index. Borderlands 3 The despicable Claptrap being at the forefront of the game’s current marketing push is too much.…

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the spy

As truth becomes increasingly improbable, The Spy has difficulty distinguishing between well-founded rumour and the fanciful thoughts that naturally occur in the mind just two days before a magazine deadline. Elden Ring, for instance, might be a name generated by a neural network trained come to up with Tolkien titles forever. Or equally, it could be the next FromSoftware game. Its world will be vast and navigated by horse, but The Spy has read enough reports to expect Shadow of the Colossus rather than The Witcher 3. Uncharacteristically, it appears George RR Martin has finished providing its “overarching mythos”. But The Spy swears that, with a listening device held flat against the monitor, you can still hear him playing for time in the E3 trailer, “The Elden Ring, shattered by someone or…

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