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PC Gamer January 2020

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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“hours of arguments, negotiation, and filibustering”

It’s that time again when we find ourselves looking back on a year of games, and plucking out the champions among them for adulation and praise. Hours of arguments, negotiation, and filibustering went into the feature within, but the worthy result is an indisputable list of 2019’s sweetest digital fruits. But, of course, we must continue to look forward as well – such as to Digital Extremes’ wildly ambitious new plans for its multiplayer behemoth Warframe. Whether you’re a fan, lapsed, or you’ve never tried it, the game has a fascinating history behind it and an incredible story still to tell – inside, both are laid bare. ROBIN VALENTINE Specialist in Awards category innovation. Twitter @robinlvalentine This month Played every game of 2019, for true objectivity. SUBSCRIBE TO PC GAMER Check out our Xmas offer!…

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the pc gamer team

STEVEN MESSNER Specialist in Sci-fi MMO shooters that aren’tDestiny. Twitter @stevenmessner This month Wrote a cover feature while en route to New Zeland. Dedication. TYLER WILDE Specialist in Asking nervous Blizzard devs about China. Twitter @tyler_wilde This month Headed to BlizzCon 2019 to carry out a professional vibe check. WES FENLON Specialist in Honey I Shrunk The Kids type scenarios. Twitter @wesleyfenlon This month Visited Obsidian to check out their huge (or, er, tiny?) new project. JEREMY PEEL Specialist in Holistic games journalism. Twitter @jeremy_peel This month Looked for connections everywhere – starting with Double Fine.…

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outside the box

Thanks to X019, Microsoft’s fan event, and BlizzCon, which you can read about in our special report, it’s been a month full of announcements and reveals. At the top of the list is Age of Empires IV. Announced in 2017, Relic’s been pretty quiet about the sequel since, but now we’ve had our first look at the game in action. FOR THE FIRST TIME IN YEARS, HALO WILL BE BACK ON PC It’s a departure from Relic’s grimdark 40k games and appropriately gloomy Company of Heroes. The battle shown off in the gameplay reveal is a sun-drenched scuffle between the Mongols and English. Brightly-coloured soldiers charge down hills and pour out of a cute model town, and it’s unmistakably Age of Empires, especially when the units start diving into the scrum and…

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highs & lows

HIGHS Netflix’s The Witcher The show will air on Netflix on December 20 and a second season’s already been greenlit. Path of Exile 2 The sequel to Grinding Gear’s action-RPG was announced at this year’s ExileCon. EA is returning to Steam The publisher’s once again putting games on the store, starting with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. LOWS Fallout 76 Bethesda’s launch of a Fallout 1st premium subscription has inspired outrage and an in-game class war. Red Dead Redemption 2 Rockstar’s cowboy game is finally on PC, but it’s been plagued by performance issues and crashes. Fortnite YouTuber Faze Jarvis was handed a permanent ban after openly using an aimbot in Epic’s battle royale.…

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the spy

Why read the news when you can create the news? “But, The Spy,” you’re probably thinking, “how can I – a person who is sat reading this magazine – create videogame news?” Well, Daniel, the answer is simple: you just lie. Here is The Spy’s step-by-step guide to fabricating rumours that SEO-focused gaming verticals will find too irresistible to resist. Step 1: make a throwaway Reddit account. For added points, make sure the name is an obscure reference to an anime show. This will give you an air of mystique and credibility that many sites will find hard to ignore. NOBODY IS GOING TO BELIEVE YOUR TOO-GOOD-TO-BE-TRUE GTA VI RUMOURS Step 2: Choose the right game. Nobody is going to believe your too-good-to-be-true GTA VI rumours, but something a little less ambitious is…

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this month in… 2009

ISSUE 209, January 2010 ON THE COVER Star Trek Online IN THE CINEMAS Avatar 1 They say that those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it, which is why we should take a stark, honest look at this issue’s Star Trek Online coverline. “Set nerdgasm to stun!” we wrote. On the cover of a magazine. It’s… not even a pun. It’s gibberish. Thank you for your continued patronage in spite of this fact. 2 You can’t buy the highest scoring game of this issue – Colin Mcrae: Dirt 2, 88% – digitally any more, because of the licensing issues. How easily our past vanishes… 3 The Top 100 is always a fun way to make some controversial statements about the state of PC gaming. In 2009’s list, PC Gamer claimed that Solitaire was the 82nd…