Checking in on some of next year's most notable releases
Is KSP2 really going to pull off online multiplayer? Considering the complexity of the original it's a lofty goal, but it's the biggest reason we're excited for this rocket-building sequel. KSP2 is aiming to be more accessible, which is a relief to those of us terrified by complex physics.
The chrome dome killer is back to finish the World of Assassination trilogy. Hitman 2 had some of the most inventive contracts in the entire series, and an early glimpse at a hit in an English manor suggests 47 hasn't lost his killer touch.
This could be one of the most gripping—and horrifying—shooters of next year. Well, if this survival horror FPS actually comes out in 2021. Powered by Unreal Engine 4, it's been plagued by delays over its decade-long development cycle.
Fatshark did a terrific job with co-op brawler Vermintide, so we can't wait to see what the studio does with this 40K shooter. Vermintide's guns were also excellent, which bodes well for Darktide.
Promising 20-30 hours of emotionally-charged, sci-fi narrative, Everspace 2 seems to have much deeper story elements than the original. We can't wait to explore and trade in this huge, mostly hand-crafted open world.
This mob management game looks like a depraved blast. Battle gangs in turn-based battles, take over bars and brothels, and try to stop your minions becoming STD-riddled drunks. Wiseguys really don't finish last.
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