Overwatch's final update Anniversary Remix: Vol. 3 screenshot of Genjiman Genji recolor

All good things must eventually come to an end, and so Overwatch has now unleashed its final event, and very likely final update as well. Anniversary Remix: Vol. 3 brings with it some fancy recolors of highly popular skins like Academy D.Va and Sentai Genji, the ability to snag all of the previous event skins at a (mostly) cheaper price, as well as a rotating playlist of event-exclusive game modes and missions.

Since the cosmetics are most likely the reason you're even curious about the event, allow me to share with you the freshly posted trailer highlighting all of them in action. Have a little peek:

Marvel's Midnight Suns turn-based RPG from the XCOM team

If you were hoping to get your hands on Marvel's Midnight Suns at some point this year, I'm afraid I bring some bad news. In a brief announcement over at Twitter, Firaxis has revealed that their upcoming turn-based RPG has been delayed yet again.

"After discussion with the team, we've made the decision to move back the launch timing of Marvel's Midnight Suns to ensure we are delivering the best possible experience for our fans," reads the brief developer update. "We will launch later this fiscal year on Windows PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5, with the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch versions following at a later date."

Overwatch Anniversary Remix: Vol. 1 artwork for white-colored Witch Mercy

[Update]: Overwatch's final event, and likely final update as well, has now arrived alongside some fancy reskins.

With Overwatch 2 now fast approaching, Blizzard has decided to gift Overwatch one last update before they truly commit everything to the long-anticipated sequel. Unfortunately, instead of a triumphant update that would bridge the gap between the two games and give Overwatch the send-off it truly deserves, the upcoming Anniversary Remix: Vol. 3 is mostly just more of the same.

So much like the previous two remix updates, Anniversary Remix: Vol. 3 will give you another chance at grabbing an assortment of old cosmetics from various events, as well as a couple of snazzy new recolors. The exact list of recolors has not been announced just yet, but you can get a little bit of a sneak peek at what is to come by heading over to the Overwatch Twitter.

Official artwork and logo for the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

If you're itching to give Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 a try before its launch on October 28th, you'll be happy to hear that an open beta has just been announced. PlayStation players will be the first ones to jump in on September 16th, while the PC and Xbox crowd will be able to follow on September 22nd.

There is a small catch, however. The first two days of each beta event (so September 16-17 and September 22-23) will be reserved exclusively for early access players, or in other words, those that have pre-ordered the game. This means that if you're simply planning to give Modern Warfare 2 a try on PC without spending any sort of money, you'll only be able to play from September 24-26. A bit of a bummer, but it should still be more than enough time to figure out where you stand with Modern Warfare 2.

Official artwork and logo for the robot smashing co-op shooter ARC Raiders

In an announcement that shouldn't come as too much of a surprise given the radio silence surrounding the game, Embark Studios have now revealed that their free-to-play, robot-smashing shooter ARC Raiders has been delayed. While there is still no exact release date, you can expect to see ARC Raiders make its way onto PC, PlayStation and Xbox at some point in 2023.

"ARC Raiders is an ambitious game, and we will be using this extra time to expand the experience, and allow it to reach its fullest potential," reads the brief update. "We will be diving into more details as soon as we start to test the game more extensively with players."

Dragon Ball FighterZ fighting game screenshot of Goku powering up

If you're a fan of Dragon Ball FighterZ, I have both good and bad news to deliver. The good news is that after four years of requests, Bandai Namco and Arc System Works have finally announced that Dragon Ball FighterZ will be getting rollback netcode!

Needless to say, this is an absolutely massive change as unlike the current delay-based netcode, rollback netcode produces a far less laggy environment for online matches. It's not as good as playing against someone in person, but for any sort of online tournaments or even casual matches, it's definitely the superior and much more stable option.

Apex Legends official artwork for the Season 14 Hunted sniper focused legend Vantage

If you're looking for an excuse to dive back into Apex Legends, the Season 14 - Hunted update seems like a pretty good one. Once it arrives this August 9th it'll bring with it a new long-range focused Legend Vantage, rework Kings Canyon in order to address many of the community criticisms, increase the level cap so even veterans can earn new rewards, and as is tradition, add the usual batch of improvements and cosmetics.

Since she's the definite highlight of the update, allow me to share with you a brief rundown of Vantage's abilities, as well as what they look like in action. First things first, she'll have three unique abilities at her disposal, one of which is passive:

Guild Wars 2 artwork for the Festival of the Four Winds seasonal event

If you're looking for something to help pass the time, or just fill up your coffers, you'll be happy to hear that Guild Wars 2's Festival of the Four Winds has now returned. It brings with it the Labyrinthine Cliffs and Crown Pavilion maps to mess around with, both of which have a variety of events and races to participate in, as well as fancy loot to unlock.

Personally, I'd highly recommend heading over to the Crown Pavilion and giving the Queen's Gauntlet a try. It's essentially a series of increasingly more difficult boss fights for you to tackle, and while they haven't exactly kept up with the rise in player power, the bosses are still a really fun set of challenges to overcome, especially the last few!

Total War: Warhammer 3's Vilitch the Curseling artwork showing the Tzeentch twins

As a part of the August 23rd update, Total War: Warhammer 3 will receive a gigantic batch of new content. This includes the Immortal Empires combined campaign map, a rework of the often-forgotten Warriors of Chaos faction, numerous buffs for some of Total War: Warhammer 2's lords, as well as the very first post-launch DLC bringing with it four new Chaos champions to mess around with.

During the last week's preview Creative Assembly showed off Nurgle's disturbingly happy plague doctor Festus the Leechlord, and now it's time for the equally disturbing Vilitch the Curseling and his freshly reforged Tzeentch forces. You can check out what all of them look like in action through two of the trailers below, starting with the brief cinematic short:

Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous official artwork of the group fighting demons

The Treasure of The Midnight Isles is Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous upcoming DLC that will be playable as a part of the main game's campaign or as a standalone roguelike mode. As you might imagine given the whole 'roguelike' thing, The Treasure of The Midnight Isles will let you explore a vast array of builds and party compositions, acquire all sorts of magical items and consumables, fight against scores of old and new enemies, as well as slowly but surely uncover the secrets of the Abyss... and the treasures it holds!

If that sounds like your type of adventure, I'm afraid you're going to have to wait a little while longer before you can dive in. According to Owlcat Games' developer update, The Treasure of The Midnight Isles has now been pushed back from August 11th to August 30th.