Detroit: Become Human official artwork and logo

It took a fair bit of time since the original announcement, but all three of Quantic Dream's modern, narrative-driven games have now made their way to PC. Much like its predecessors, Detroit: Become Human brings with it support for 4K resolutions and 60 fps, the ability to play with a gamepad or keyboard & mouse combo, as well as a variety of minor improvements and optimizations.

If you're wondering what all of this looks like in gameplay terms, as well as what the story might be about, allow me to share with you the launch trailer. Have a look, it's fairly short:

The Wolf Among Us gameplay screenshot from the original

Once Telltale Games closed down their doors back in 2018, the future of all of their projects was immediately thrown into disarray. Robert Kirkman's Skybound Games soon came to rescue The Walking Dead's final season and brought us all a conclusion to Clementine's story, but sadly the rest of Telltale's repertoire was not so lucky.

Quite a lot of time has gone by since then, and with no good news coming out of Telltale, I and many others rightly assumed that this was the end of the story. So you can imagine my surprise when I opened up my email earlier today only to realize that the development on The Wolf Among Us 2 has started once again!

Official artwork and logo for Crytek's Hunt: Showdown

Hunt: Showdown is a bit of a curious game as it combines PvE and PvP elements in equal measure. As the name itself would imply, your job will be to hunt down a wide variety of monsters in order to claim their bounty, while also avoiding or attacking your fellow players that are trying to do the same. After all, it doesn't matter who managed to land the killing blow on the monster, what matters is who is left alive to grab the prize!

Like I said, it is a bit of an unusual concept, so allow me to also share one of the more recent gameplay trailers. It should give you a much clearer picture of just what Hunt: Showdown is really all about. Have a gander:

Total War: Warhammer 2 screenshot of Malus Darkblade and his mount Spite

[Update]: It would appear that The Shadow and The Blade has brought with it some rather significant and potentially gamebreaking bugs. On the positive side, Creative Assembly has already announced that they are working on fixing them as quickly as possible!

After an entire week filled with teasers and previews, Total War: Warhammer 2's The Shadow & The Blade DLC has now finally arrived in full. It brings with it Malus Darkblade and Deathmaster Snikch as new and highly unique Legendary Lords, a variety of new units such as the Bloodwrack Medusa and Poisoned-Wind Mortar, as well as a couple of new and interesting heroes like the Eshin Sorcerer and the Dark Elf Master.

While the trailer for The Shadow & The Blade DLC doesn't focus on the units themselves, it will give you a pretty good idea of just what Malus Darkblade is about, as well as how awesome Deathmaster Snikch really is. Have a look:

Shantae and the Seven Sirens official artwork and logo

Shantae and the Seven Sirens is a Metroidvania-styled platformer inspired primarily by the original Shantae games. As you might imagine from that brief description alone, Shantae and the Seven Sirens is all about exploring a wast and interconnected world, transforming into various creatures to defeat enemies and open up new pathways, as well as dancing your way to new abilities.

Right now the first part of Shantae and the Seven Sirens is available exclusively on the iOS, though WayForward is already working on a full PC and console version. The exact release date hasn't been announced just yet, but you can expect to see it on all platforms in Spring of 2020.

Wasteland 2 screenshot of the turn-based combat

If you're in the mood for an oldschool, isometric and turn-based RPG, today's your lucky day as Wasteland 2 is currently entirely free to grab. Simply head on over to GOG, log into your account or create a new one, and you'll be roaming the titular wasteland in no time.

The free giveaway will only last for another ~36 hours, so do make sure to grab yourself a copy before it goes away. Speaking of which, you don't have to worry about beating it within two days, or even installing it within that period. Simply add a copy to your account and you'll be able to play Wasteland 2 whenever you want and for however long you want.

Conan Exiles screenshot of the newly added mounted combat

If you were to look through the forums of any survival game, chances are you'd see quite a few requests for mounts or vehicles. This is partly because having an awesome-looking mount and companion is always fun, and partly because constantly jogging halfway across the world tends to get a bit tedious after a while.

As such, I'm sure many of you will be glad to hear that Conan Exiles has now finally added mounts. Naturally, since it's a survival game you will need to first tame and train a horse yourself, as well as create a saddle for it because not even half-naked barbarians are crazy enough to deal with all the chafing that would come from riding without one!

Hearthstone artwork for the Descent of Dragons expansion

If you've been spending most of your time in Hearthstone's Battlegrounds mode and you're now itching for something a bit different, you might be glad to hear that a brand new expansion has just arrived. The aptly named Descent of Dragons expansion brings with it an assortment of cards that synergize with dragons to create powerful effects, sidequest cards that give you small objectives to complete throughout the match for fairly major rewards, and most importantly, special invoke cards that greatly power up the newly added Galakrond legendaries!

Don't worry about having to collect all of the legendaries in order to experience the new mechanics, however, as all five Galakrond variants will be granted to you for free just by logging in! You'll still need a whole bunch of new cards in order to make Galakrond decks function as expected, but even so it's a pretty neat gift and a solid starting point for a brand new build.

Final Fantasy 7 Cloud battle screenshot

Even though there have been times where its future appeared to be less than bright, Final Fantasy VII's remake is now shaping up to be a rather faithful recreation of the original classic. The good news doesn't end there, however, as Square Enix has just confirmed that Final Fantasy VII is merely a timed exclusive for the PlayStation 4!

According to the newly revealed box, Final Fantasy VII will only be exclusively available on the PlayStation 4 until March 3, 2021. So while none of the other platforms have been announced just yet, I think it's safe to say the PC version will be coming at some point in 2021, possibly even in March itself!

World of Warcraft artwork for Alterac Valley

If you're sick and tired of the rampant ganking and city-camping that has been happening ever since the recent PvP update, you'll be glad to hear that this sort of nonsense is now finally behind us. The reason? Blizzard has just released the PvP battlegrounds! 

Right now only Alterac Valley and Warsong Gulch are active, though the two of them should be more than enough to provide you with plenty of eager targets and ways to gain those all-important honor points. In order to join the battlegrounds you'll need to be at least level 10, after which you'll be able to queue for them by either visiting Battlemasters in one of the capital cities, or by walking directly to the entrance of the battleground itself.