Monster Hunter: World screenshot of the Behemoth monster coming to PC

Despite starting off fairly slowly, the PC version of Monster Hunter: World has now just about caught up with its console counterpart. Just this past month or so we've received the rather festive Winter Star eventLunastra and Arch-tempered Kirin, as well as the gold-plated raid boss Kulve Taroth.

On December 21st the PC version of Monster Hunter: World will be taking another step forward as Final Fantasy's iconic monster Behemoth will finally be making an appearance. Besides the cuddly monster himself, the update will also add a new Insect Glaive weapon, a new armor set, a new Moogle inspired Palico set, Cactuars as brand new critters that roam the land and cause trouble, as well as various other cosmetic effects.

Vermintide 2 screenshot of Return to Ubersreik's Horn of Magnus map

[Update]: Back to Ubersreik has now arrived alongside a secret new game mode!

It would appear that Fatshark has now finally hit their stride with Vermintide 2. Just recently they have released an update that has rebalanced or reworked just about every single weapon, career and enemy in the game, while this December 10th they'll be adding remastered versions of three classic maps as a part of the Back to Ubersreik DLC.

Out of the three maps only one has been announced so far, and as you might imagine it's one of the most popular maps from the original game - Horn of Magnus. As for the other two, my guess would be the Wizard's Tower and the Gardens of Moor. Both are fairly lengthy maps with some truly memorable locations, so they would definitely be a perfect fit for Vermintide 2.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 official screenshot of a devastated street

If you prefer Call of Duty's standard multiplayer over the shenanigans that happen in the co-op focused zombies mode, you might be interested to hear that Activision has now separated it from the rest. So from now until January 6th, you can buy Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's multiplayer and Blackout Battle Royale game modes for $30 combined, while the full version will set you back $47.

You can get a pretty good idea of what to expect from this multiplayer package, as well as what the Blackout Battle Royale mode is all about, by checking out one of the pre-launch trailers. Have a gander, it's a fairly short one:

MTG Arena artwork showing off the Golgari guild

If you ever wanted to get into MTG Arena, now would be the perfect time to do so. Not only has Wizards of the Coast just announced a massive $10,000,000 pro league, but they are also currently giving away a variety of extremely good cards, and I say that without even a single hint of sarcasm.

Simply head on over to the in-game store, use the "GAMEAWARDS" code, and you'll immediately unlock 33 highly competitive cards. If you're wondering what these cards might be, as well as what they actually do in-game, allow me to share with you the full list:

Resident Evil 2 remake close up screenshot of the Tyrant

The Resident Evil 2 remake will be arriving to PC and consoles this January 25th, and much like its predecessor, it'll be doing so alongside a whole host of improvements. You can expect to see greatly enhanced visuals, better voice acting, support for widescreen resolutions and stable 60 FPS, as well as some potentially controversial changes like modernized movement and combat controls.

If you're wondering what all of this might look like in action, as well as what the new and improved Tyrant is all about, allow me to share with you the recently posted gameplay preview. Have a gander, it's quite an interesting video:

Unreal Tournament screenshot of the DM Chill map

Despite receiving a couple of rather nifty updates here and there, the development of the new Unreal Tournament has never exactly been active. So given Fortnite's increasingly massive success and the relatively recent shutdown of Epic's MOBA Paragon, many were left wondering what exactly this means for the future of Unreal Tournament. Things certainly weren't looking good as Unreal Tournament hasn't been updated in about a year, but no official answer ever arrived.

Well, that last part has now finally changed, though I'm afraid the answer is not a good one. According to a brief comment Epic Games' CEO and founder Tim Sweeney gave to Variety, Epic is no longer actively working on Unreal Tournament. The reason, as you might imagine, is the increasingly large demand for additional content in Fortnite.

Just Cause 4 artwork showing some chaotic combat

After quite a few previews littered with explosions and over-the-top violence, Just Cause 4 has now landed onto both PC and consoles. As you might expect given the series so far, it brings with it a new and improved arsenal of weaponry, extreme weather effects such as sandstorms and tornadoes, and naturally, a couple of barely justified reasons to go out into the world and see what exactly can and can't be blown up.

While the recently posted cinematic trailer doesn't offer much in terms of gameplay details, it should give you a pretty good idea of what to expect from Just Cause 4. Have a gander: