Total War: Warhammer 2 screenshot of the Prophet and the Warlock DLC

It has been quite a while since Total War: Warhammer 2's previous DLC, but I am glad to say that the wait has not been in vein as the upcoming The Prophet & The Warlock DLC appears to be rock solid. The Prophet & The Warlock will bring with it two new Legendary lords with their own unique skill trees and items, Clan Skrye (Skaven) and the Cult of Sotek (Lizardmen) factions with brand new campaign mechanics and playstyles, a variety of new units including the Ratling Gun Weapon Teams and Ancient Salamanders, and the list goes on for a while.

Since trying to explain all of this through words alone is a bit of a pointless task, allow me to share with you the recently posted trailer that also serves as a bit of a Predator parody. Have a gander, it's a fun one:

Apex Legends artwork showing Octane

The Apex Legends ping system is so brilliant that I've found myself trying to use it in just about every multiplayer game since. It's simple, it gets the point across without the need for any words, and most importantly, it's both easy and fast to do - perfect for when you're stuck in the middle of a firefight.

Given how much effort went into the ping system, one might expect that the entirety of Apex Legends has been designed with facilitating squad-play in mind, but unfortunately that's not the case. Adding people to your friends list is such a minor event that most players don't even notice the prompt, there is no real looking-for-group system, and up until recently there was also no simple way to stay together with a random team.

Borderlands 3 screenshot of the two main bad guys

After being rumored and leaked for well over a year at this point, Gearbox has now finally come out to announce that they are working on Borderlands 3. Perhaps most importantly, they have then followed up on that announcement by releasing a lengthy and rather awesome in-game trailer!

So if you're curious about what exactly the new playable characters will be like, as well as what sort of locations and enemies you'll get to make a mess out of, you should check out the trailer right below. Have a gander:

Artwork for Liliana Vess from the War of the Spark cinematic trailer

If you're tired of the current meta and you're looking for something that will shake MTG Arena to its very core, you might want to mark April 25th on your calendar as that's when the War of the Spark expansion is set to arrive. While the details are still few and far between, War of the Spark will bring with it 36 new planeswalker cards (one guaranteed in each pack), as well as a whole bunch of new mechanics and synergies revolving around the use of planeswalkers.

From the rumors and teasers we've seen so far, it would appear that there will also be planeswalkers who take on a more active role in the match, rather than simply sit on the sidelines and use their +/- abilities. Whether they're going to be treated as some sort of special legendary creatures or something else entirely, I'm afraid I don't know, but I certainly won't complain about planeswalkers getting just a bit more interesting.

The Elder Scrolls Online Summerset official screenshot

While the original version of The Elder Scrolls Online was riddled with problems, Zenimax has slowly but surely managed to transform it into a highly enjoyable MMO. If you're wondering why that might be the case, or if you would like to test the claim for yourself, you might be interested to hear that The Elder Scrolls Online is currently entirely free to try out.

The "free play" event will last until April 3rd across all platforms, and will give you access to a pretty large chunk of content. You will be able to explore all of the base game's zones and dungeons, the whole Morrowind expansion, as well as check out the prologue for the upcoming Elsweyr expansion.

Assassin's Creed 3 Remastered screenshot of a winter environment

If you're a fan of the series but you haven't given Assassin's Creed 3 a try, you might be interested to hear that Ubisoft has now released a freshly remastered version. It brings with it all of the various DLCs, as well as support for 4K resolutions, enhanced visuals and new character models. Perhaps most importantly, there are also numerous improvements to the gameplay mechanics, mostly based on the features added in the more recent Assassin's Creed games.

You can get a pretty good idea of what this looks like in gameplay terms, as well as what Assassin's Creed 3 itself is all about, in the recently posted trailer. Have a gander:

Gwent official artwork and logo for the Crimson Curse expansion

After a few weeks filled with teasers and previews, Gwent's Crimson Curse expansion has now finally made its way to PC and consoles. It brings with it over 100 new cards to toy around with, a variety of new mechanics to explore, as well as 5 new leaders to help spice up each of the factions.

You can find the full list of cards, as well as their effects, over at the official website. If you're more interested in a quick overview, however, allow me to share with you the expansion trailer. Have a gander, the art is quite lovely: