Official screenshot from Life is Strange 2 - Episode 2

In order to ensure each episode ends up as interesting as the very first one, Life is Strange 2 developer Dontnod announced that they will be taking as much time as they need with each new episode to get everything polished up. With that in mind, I am glad to say that the long wait is now finally over as Episode 2 has just landed onto both PC and consoles!

If you're up for a little bit of a sneak peek at what Episode 2 has to offer, allow me to share with you the recently posted trailer. Have a gander, it's a fairly lengthy one:

Official screenshot for Deponia: The Complete Journey

If you're looking for something to keep you occupieid during these cold winter months, you might be interested to hear that the humorous point & click adventure game Deponia: The Complete Journey is currently entirely free. Simply head on over to the Humble Store, click on the giant "Get the game" button, and you'll hopefully find yourself laughing after a fairly small download.

The one problem here is that the promotion will only last for another ~2 hours, so if you're even remotely curious, I would highly recommend you go and secure yourself a copy. You don't even need to install it, simply redeem your key and you'll be able to play whenever you want.

God Eater 3 screenshot of a giant monster

The Monster Hunter inspired God Eater 3 will be arriving this February 8th for PC and PlayStation 4. It'll bring with it a variety of giant monsters to smack around, some equally gigantic weapons to do said smacking with, a seemingly lengthy singleplayer campaign, and perhaps most interestingly of all, a multiplayer mode that will allow up to eight players to fight together, all depending on the strength of the monster itself.

While the recently posted trailer unfortunately doesn't showcase much of that kind of multiplayer madness, it will still give you a decent idea of what God Eater 3's co-op mode will be about. So if you're curious, have a peek:

Dead or Alive 6 official closeup screenshot

Dead or Alive 6 was originally supposed to release this February 15th for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but according to Koei Tecmo's recent announcement, that has now been pushed back to March 1st. The reason for the delay, as you might imagine, is to ensure both the gameplay and visuals are as polished as possible.

While there are no further details about the delay itself, you can get a pretty good idea of what to expect from Dead or Alive 6, as well as what it's doing to differentiate itself from its predecessors, by checking out the recent "Combat and features" trailer. Have a gander:

Battle for Dazal'alor screenshot of the Opulence boss fight

Despite World of Warcraft's Tides of Vengeance patch arriving in early December, the most important part of the update, the Battle for Dazar'alor raid, was delayed in order to give everyone enough time to enjoy the holiday season. Now that February is nearly upon us, I am glad to say that Battle for Dazar'alor has finally opened up its doors.

Right now only the Normal and Heroic difficulties are available, while the Mythic difficulty will be making its way here on January 29th alongside the first Raid Finder wing. As for the second and third wings, they will become available on February 12th and 26th respectively.

The Division official artwork showing an explosive battle

The Division 2 will be coming to PC and consoles this March 15th, bringing with it a variety of improvements over the original, as well as some rather nifty PC-exclusive features. You can expect to see uncapped framerates and resolution, support for widescreen and multiscreen setups, full UI and HUD customization, variable refresh rate and HDR support, and the list goes on.

If you're wondering what sort of PC you will need to take advantage of all these features, you might be interested to hear that Ubisoft has now released a detailed list of PC system requirements covering everything from the bare minimum to the "ALL SLIDERS TO THE RIGHT" setting. Have a gander:

Overwatch Lunar New Year 2019 skins for Orisa, Tracer and Brigitte

The third annual Lunar New Year event will be coming to Overwatch a little bit sooner than expected. Instead of the usual mid-February release date, the event will be coming today (January 24th) with a bunch of new skins to collect, all of the previous Lunar New Year cosmetics, and most likely competitive capture-the-flag.

While the details are still few and far between, I am glad to say that Blizzard has now released teasers for quite a few of the upcoming skins. A good chunk of them are themed after the Romance of the Three Kingdoms, so expect to see a whole bunch of cool armor and surprisingly comical beards! The quality is unfortunately a little bit low as the Twitter videos are heavily compressed, but you should still get a pretty good impression of what each skin is all about. Have a peek: