PC Gamer January 2021

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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“grimdarkness, over-the-top violence, and humour”

You can barely swing a Catachan death-feline these days without hitting a Warhammer game – and the sad truth is, a lot of them aren’t great. But that only makes it more special when a developer really getsGames Workshop’s worlds. And is there any developer that gets it more than Fatshark? With the Vermintideseries it found the perfect balance of grimdarkness, over-the-top violence, and most importantly absurdity and humour. I couldn’t be more excited that they’re back to take a crack at 40,000 – and to mix up their co-op formula with even bigger, spikier weapons of war… ROBIN VALENTINE Specialist in Heresy Twitter @robinlvalentine This month Fell in with a bad horde.…

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the pc gamer team

RICH STANTON Specialist in Extremely outdated headshots Twitter Er, nope This month Became our new News Editor and official Kojima Enthusiast. FRASER BROWN Specialist in Painting Necrons Twitter @FraserIBrown This month Got promoted to be our Online Editor. To be honest he has always been extremely online. RACHEL WATTS Specialist in Playing by the book Twitter @rachel_wattts This month Added a touch of lightness to our grimdark issue over in previews. Absolutely unacceptable. JAMES DAVENPORT Specialist in Comments sections Twitter @my_beards This month Successfully argued for a GOTY decision that is almost certainly going to make you angry.…

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A woman named Stephanie has alleged that a new League of Legends character with a similar appearance and name, Seraphine, is based on her. At the crux of this allegation is her brief relationship with a Riot employee in 2019, who she believes borrowed details from her likeness and life for the popstar from fictional girl group K/DA. Riot denies the allegation, “Seraphine was independently created by Riot Games and was not based on any individual. Additionally, the former employee [Stephanie] is referring to left Riot more than a year ago and was in a department and role that has no input whatsoever into the creative design process.” “IT’S BEEN KIND OF HORRID TO HAVE A LEAGUE CHAMPION WHO LOOKS LIKE YOU” We omit Stephanie’s full name at her and Riot’s request. In…

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highs & lows

HIGHS World of Warcraft WoW speedrunner DesMephisto took a Death Knight from level 10 to 50 in 3 hours 33 minutes. Apex Legends Respawn hasidentified 419 top-level players using an exploit to beat up on Bronzers, and banned them. Mass Effect A return to Andromeda? Who knows, but Bioware is releasing artwork that gives hope for humanity’s future. Among Us Since the game became a viral hit, Steam has been flooded with knock-offs. Capcom The Japanese giant was hit by a huge ransomware attack in November. Ubisoft Montreal Hoax Some moron called in a hoax hostage situation at Ubisoft Montreal, and the building was cleared by armed police. LOWS…

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the spy

The Spy has finally accepted that the internet is here to stay. Originally, The Spy assumed it was a pointless novelty, in part – The Spy has since learned – due to a coordinated and malicious rickrolling campaign. “All links lead to Astley,” The Spy thought. “This will never catch on.” And yet it appears The Spy was wrong; such was the people’s need for an on-demand source of Never Gonna Give You Up. And also it turns out that other websites did actually exist. The Spy isn’t clear on the details. After briefly catching up on the last decade of online trends, The Spy took the obvious next step of figuring out how to utilise this tool for The Spy’s own personal gain at the expense of others. Unfortunately cybercrime…

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this month in… 2010

1 EVE Online was over seven years old at the time of this cover feature, but PC gaming has always been a space where games could thrive long after they were unleashed on the world. And thrive EVE did, generating countless fascinating stories about intrigue, betrayal and full-scale space war. Even now, 17 years after its release, it’s an essential story generator. ISSUE 222, January 2011 ON THE COVER EVE Online IN THE CINEMA TRON: Legacy 2 The first Black Ops game was “let down by bad scripting, glitchy multiplayer and dull firefights,” claimed our review. Hopefully Cold War fares better… 3 Minecraft was our 2010 Game of the Year, which seems obvious in hindsight, but it’s worth remembering that it was still in Alpha at the time. Despite that, after a year of discovery, of creation, of…