Ghost Recon Breakpoint forest ambush screenshot

I have to give credit where credit is due, Ubisoft does not take the PC versions of their games lightly. Even when it comes to simply listing the system requirements, they tend to go above and beyond what is actually required of them.

As such, it probably won't come as much of a surprise to hear that the PC system requirements for the upcoming Ghost Recon Breakpoint cover everything on the spectrum from "barely playable" to "all sliders to the right, please." In other words, here's what you'll need to run Ghost Recon Breakpoint at certain settings:

Greedfall screenshot of an aerial attack

Greedfall is an upcoming story-focused RPG from Spiders, the developers behind Of Orcs and Men, Bound By flame and The Technomancer. As a diplomat in a foreign land, your role will be to solve the endlessly brewing conflicts between the various factions, as well as to hopefully figure out just what in the world is happening in this strange new region.

You can get a little bit of an idea of what this entails, as well as what sort of factions you can expect to see, through the recently posted launch trailer. Have a gander, it's a short but interesting one:

World of Warcraft: Classic artwork for Ragnaros

[Update]: WoW Classic devs have now also addressed some of concerns about the layering system.

When WoW Classic's character creation and name reservation first launched, only a couple of servers were available in each region. This was especially painful in Europe as both of our English PvP servers ended up with constant six hour queue times due to the overflowing number of players.

In order to address this problem Blizzard soon released dozens of new servers, but due to a combination of inertion and human psychology, that did little to convince people from overpopulated servers to ditch their reserved names and start somewhere new. As such, when WoW Classic finally launched, a large amount of players continued to endure lengthy queue times in order to get into the most popular servers, all the while the rest of the medium-high servers enjoyed basically no queues at all.

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair official artwork and logo

After taking a crack at a 3D collectathon, Yooka-Laylee developers are now taking things even further back by working on a 2.5D action-platformer. The upcoming Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair is seemingly heavily influenced by Donkey Kong games and will feature both 2.5D levels and a 3D overworld riddled with "secrets and surprises."

Much like Yooka-Laylee itself, the Impossible Lair will have a wide variety of Tonics that can be used to change up the gameplay or simply mess around with the visuals. There are going to be more than sixty of these Tonics to unlock, so whatever your tastes might be, chances are you'll find a couple that are right up your alley.

Overwatch artwork for Sigma

In order to catch any potentially disastrous problems, Blizzard released Overwatch's long-awaited Role Queue into beta testing as a part of a mini competitive season. Despite some issues towards the end of the beta test, the Role Queue system appears to have been a huge success as Blizzard has now implemented it in full!

So whether you're a fan of Competitive of Quick Play, you'll be glad to hear that the days of 4DPS teams have now come to an end. Moving forward, all Competitive and Quick Play games will feature two supports, two tanks and two DPS heroes. Best of all, each role will have its own matchmaking rating, so regardless of what skill level you end up playing at, you're pretty much guaranteed to have people that are just as competent.

Resident Evil 2 remake artwork showing Claire and Leon

[Update]: Project Resistance has been announced as an asymmetrical 4v1 multiplayer game.

Outside of their fighting game division, Capcom has been absolutely spectacular these past few years. Devil May Cry 5 ended up greatly exceeding expectations, Monster Hunter: World was a genuinely impressive step forward and the Iceborne expansion is looking even better, while both Resident Evil 7 and Resident Evil 2 Remake did much to redeem the series in the eyes of fans, especially after the disappointment that was Resident Evil 6.

As such, I am extremely happy to announce that Capcom will be revealing a brand new Resident Evil game on September 9th! What exactly this game might be, nobody knows just yet, but it's current code name is "Project REsistance."

DiRT Rally screenshot of a race through wooded paths

If you're in the mood for a bit of racing, and you're looking for a good excuse to stay out of the summer heat, you might be interested to hear that DiRT Rally is currently free to grab. Simply head on over to the Humble Bundle website, subscribe to their newsletter, and you'll be slamming your car into every nearby tree in no time.

Speaking of which, this whole promotion is a limited time offer. As such, you have about two days in order to grab yourself a copy, after which you'll be able to play whenever you want. You don't even need to install DiRT Rally, just make sure you activate the key and you'll be golden.