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PC Gamer June 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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“the best access and insight remote working can produce”

ROBIN VALENTINE Specialist in Avoiding social contact Twitter @robinlvalentine This month Stockpiled Warhammer figures Welcome to the first issue of PC Gamer made entirely from the comfort of our own hastily assembled home offices. Lockdown may be sending us stir crazy, but it’s yet to dull our drive to bring you the greatest games mag around. And so, over the following pages, you’ll find the best access and insight remote working can produce, from a deep dive into the seedy criminal underworld of Empire of Sin, to an investigation of the history of PC classic System Shock 2, to our Early Access verdict on the long-awaited Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord. All the events may be cancelled, but our coverage lives on.…

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the pc gamer team

FRASER BROWN Specialist in Racketeering Twitter @FraserIBrown This month Experienced a full studio tour and hands-on demo from the comfort of his own living room. TOM SENIOR Specialist in Jury-rigging Twitter @PCGLudo This month Struggled to survive in a desolate, apocalyptic world. And also gave Wasteland 3 a try. ANDY KELLY Specialist in Fighting dirty Twitter @ultrabrilliant This month Explored the strategic possibilities of kicking your enemies in the nards in Company of Crime. RACHEL WATTS Specialist in Monster anthropology Twitter @rachel_wattts This month Tried to figure out what lighthouses and queues are for in A Monster’s Expedition.…

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more in store

Between its world-dominating battle royale Fortnite, and its industry-shaking digital storefront, Epic Games has hardly been quiet over the last few years. But now it’s adding yet another string to its bow – it’s starting up its own multiplatform publishing label. And, as you might expect, it’s starting with a promise to do things differently. As a publisher, it’s already planning to release games from the developers behind The Last Guardian, Limbo. and Control. Remedy has already worked with Epic, as Control is a limited exclusive on its store, but under this deal Epic’s going to be responsible for a lot more than just the distribution. IN EVERY OTHER WAY IT LOOKS LIKE DEVELOPERS WILL COME OUT ON TOP According to Epic, it will be covering up to 100 per cent of development…

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highs & lows

HIGHS Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered It’s getting the 4K treatment in an imminent remaster. Commandos The series is returning with a brand new game. Minecraft To help during the coronavirus pandemic,Minecraft now has free educational worlds to help kids. LOWS Last Oasis The launch of sandbox MMO Last Oasis was so rocky that the game had to shut down for a week. Bethesda The company won’t be hosting a digital showcase to replace its E3 show, because of the pandemic. EVE Online A veteran EVEplayer was caught hauling nearly $5,000 worth of in-game goods by space pirates. They lost it all.…

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the spy

The Spy is a big fan of the T Resident Evil series. The Spy’s favourite was Resident Evil 2, which was the one where your dishwasher breaks and you’re stuck handwashing a seemingly endless number of forks. “Why do I have so many forks?” you ask. “Did I really use this many forks?” you wonder. “It’s only been two days since I last washed up the forks,” you realise, “I haven’t eaten enough meals to account for the number of soiled forks in this sink.” The joke here is that Resident Evil is a silly name that just means “bad, in a house”. The Spy’s least favourite was Resident Evil 6, which was the one where The Spy’s neighbours did a bad job of grilling sausages. Thanks to the subsequent fire alarm,…

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this month in… 2010

ISSUE 214, June 2010 ON THE COVER Crysis 2 IN THE CINEMAS Toy Story 3 1 “On every front, Crysis 2 is an experiment,” writes Tom Francis in his cover feature. “Can a style of game evolved to work in the jungle survive emigration to a metropolis? Is verticality a good substitute for wide open spaces? … Can they really solve Crysis’s lategame linearity problems by working in more story instead of less?” Alas, Tom was right to be sceptical. 2 Alec Meer previews XCOM, but not the one you’re thinking of. This was the one that, by way of much development turmoil, would becomeThe Bureau. 3 “Let’s reboot PC gaming,” declares this issue’s group feature, offering an excuse to grind some axes. Some suggestions – getting serious about retro, learning from pirates (ie, not sticking games with…