r/pcgaming Jan 18 '22

What Are You Playing Thread - January 18, 2022

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Use this thread to discuss whatever you've been playing lately (old or new, AAA or indie). Don't just list the names of games as your entire post, make sure to elaborate with your thoughts on the games.

Make sure to use spoiler tags if you're posting anything about a game's plot that might significantly hurt the experience of others that haven't played the game yet (no matter how old or new the game is).

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u/CircaSam Jan 18 '22

God of War of course!

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u/Nitero i7-7700k | 3080 | 1440p Jan 19 '22

Am I being hyperbolic by saying in terms of porting it’s probably the best port I’ve played? So surprised , especially after FF7, that the port is so good and smooth (overall).

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u/SlowPokeInTexas Jan 19 '22

Do you think it's better than Horizon Zero Dawn?

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u/Nitero i7-7700k | 3080 | 1440p Jan 19 '22

So that’s funny because in my head that’s what I’m comparing it to. I think it’s at least as good if not a bit better from launch. Having trouble deciding if it’s better because I like the Gow series better and it’s hard to tell how much that’s clouding my judgement. I

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u/Tropicoll Jan 19 '22

Been playing god of war as well and it really is a great port,so I have to ask, how bad is the ff7 port? I really want to play the game and have a solid PC so do you think it's playable or is it that bad? I've seen so many conflicting comments

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u/Nitero i7-7700k | 3080 | 1440p Jan 19 '22

I’ve only played it on PS4 pro so I am in the same boat. But from what I’ve read I’ll just continue to play that one on my PS. But the game is so good, if you haven’t played it which I am assuming is the vast majority then I’d say it’s worth the gamble.

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u/SlowPokeInTexas Jan 19 '22

I'm pretty early into GoW and finished HZD last year, so it's not really a fair comparison for me just yet, but so far I kinda prefer the character movement of HZD to GoW.

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u/StanAgainstEvil Jan 20 '22

I would say it's on par with HZD and Days Gone. I think all three have been good ports. I have had zero issues with all three of these ports.

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u/Kitty_Meowintons Jan 18 '22

Escape from tarkov, this is my first wipe. About 50 hours in the game so far. Having a blast learning all the mechanics of looting,ammo,armor, gun modding. Gun fights are really fun and have a really cool pacing imo. I've played alot of fps but nothing as brutal as this one. Fun stuff. Can't wait to see a full launch.

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u/CamRellim_ Jan 18 '22

I’ve been fully intimidated by jumping into this game. But I feel like it’s only a matter of time.

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u/Kitty_Meowintons Jan 18 '22

Definitely can be at first, I started just doing offline mode to get the controls and sensitivity down. Plenty of resources to learn the game, YouTube videos, interactive maps etc.

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u/[deleted] Jan 19 '22

Honestly the difficulty/hardcore aspects are vastly overblown.

It's more artificial difficulty through grind/RNG with tasks rather than being actually hard.

I've been playing 3 weeks mostly solo and am swimming in tens of millions of roubles, have a maxed out hideout and nearly maxed out traders.

Game has some serious issues but it's still one of the most original and innovative shooters I've played in a very long time.

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u/Dense-Hat1978 Jan 19 '22

Is Tarkov one of those games where you can get killed and lose everything, or are there certain things (EXP, levels, currencies, progress of any kind) that can't be taken from you? I don't really enjoy playing a long session just to have all my progress taken from me when killed.

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u/Kitty_Meowintons Jan 19 '22

Yeah so your main character has a "pouch" that cannot be looted. So anything in there is safe. The space is limited though. Also I believe your side arm or knife and compass can't be looted. There is also an insurance mechanic that can be used, and also abused lol. There is no xp penalty. The real impact you see is in your stash (your entire inventory) and your money. Both of which can be replenished easily by playing the game.

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u/Dense-Hat1978 Jan 19 '22

Okay that doesn't sound so bad as long as I'm not left with ZERO progress if I'm wiped after hours of playing

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u/Kitty_Meowintons Jan 19 '22

Yeah that could be the case, the game has things in place to help prevent that. There is a "scav" mode. Basically scavs are locals of tarkov and are mainly AI that just roam the map. You can queue as one of these scavs, be given a free and random kit, and just run in and loot for free and keep it all if you extract. They are set to a 20 minute cooldown between scav runs so you can't outright farm it. But scavs raids can yield over 100k if you find good stuff. normally scav ai are hostile towards you, but as a scav they just leave you alone.

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u/Dylan_The_Great Jan 19 '22

doesn't sound like tarkov is for you sir.

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u/sanguinestrength Jan 18 '22

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, now that the new expansion Fatesworn is out. Played it ages ago around the time it came out but never finished and lost my save; figured good a time as any to give it another go.

Let's just say, combat is where the game excels most. Fighting feels weighty and reactive, and has very impressive action-style combat for an RPG. There's lots of different weapon types with their own unlockable movesets, and the game encourages you to experiment with everything. You can combine different classes like mage/fighter or thief/mage, or even all three, and the game has unique classes for each with their own traits/moves/skills. It even encourages respeccing your character to experiment with other builds by implementing respec into the lore of world in a way that makes sense.

Story, writing and world building aren't quite as great, but not terrible Quest design is mostly dull, but I've heard all 3 DLCs improve on this department pretty well (2 are included in the base game, the third is the new one that must be purchased separately or comes with the deluxe edition). I have gotten a bit into one of the DLCs (Teeth of Naros) and the lore, world building and story are definitely a step up from the base game so far.

Would recommend if you are looking for a fun action RPG with good combat. Would passionately suggest playing on the new Very Hard difficulty, as even Hard gets ridiculously easy after just a few hours, and with combat being the best part of the game, you'll probably end up bored once the combat gets too easy. That's why I never finished the original on my first go back in the day, but I'm enjoying the game much further in now, and plan to finish it plus the new expansion, which is apparently pretty good.

Edit: I'll also add I think the game controls very well with either M&KB or controller.

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u/hulkbuster18959 Jan 18 '22

I played the original I got to pick it up.

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u/tenochlim Jan 19 '22

Love this

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u/SlowPokeInTexas Jan 19 '22

Kingdoms of Amalur

Thank you for this post. I was pretty busy welcoming a munchkin into this world in 2012, so somehow I completely missed this game.

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u/NintendoTheGuy Jan 18 '22

I played a little Dragon Age: Inquisition earlier, since I got it on sale a while ago and didn’t have much opportunity to play it. It’s not bad. I can see why some think it’s bland, but I’m actually enjoying the mindless exploration and combat. Sometimes you need a game without much demanding gameplay to kinda lay back and go on autopilot. The visuals are decent enough and I like the world.

I took a spin in God Of War and man, what a good looking game. My laptop is pretty weak and even it can run the game around 40 fps with some mid and high settings- and the game still looks great even at the lowest texture setting. I played until the first boss and just a little after. The story seems really heavy.

Other than that I’ve been pecking away at Witcher 3 and MH World. Two of my comfort games.

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u/Spies87 Jan 18 '22

What's the laptop specs if I might ask?

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u/NintendoTheGuy Jan 18 '22

YOU MAY NOT ASK

i5-9300H 2.40GHz

8gb RAM

Nvidia GTX 1650

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u/BicaMN Jan 18 '22

Hades. I am late to the party, but what a HELL of a game! I died 2 times for Hades rn. I think that I will finish a complete run this weekend. 💪

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u/Nationofnoobs Jan 20 '22

Make sure your boobs synergize with each other!

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u/throwawayycauseduh Jan 20 '22

I was so mad when he got his second wind. I totally thought I beat him and was celebrating.

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u/realdetox Bnet | Steam | Uplay Jan 18 '22

Just finished up Outriders, it was just ok. Not the best solo campaign but I guess coop is big, just not my thing

Picking back up kingdoms of amalur. First time playing it and have 53 hours in. Great game but now I’m at the point where I just want to beat it. Hopefully I’m close but I don’t know because I spent a lot of time doing side missions

Think after that I’ll finish up Detroit: become human

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u/Inflik7 Jan 18 '22

World box, it's alot of fun making worlds and filling them with life and then destroying them.

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u/SDEagle 12700K | RTX 3080 | 32GB | HX 1200 | H115i | 5000D Jan 18 '22

Kena: Bridge of Spirits

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u/NorthernSlyGuy Jan 20 '22

How is this game? Was looking to pick it up but also seems like the kinda game Epic will give away at some point.

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u/SDEagle 12700K | RTX 3080 | 32GB | HX 1200 | H115i | 5000D Jan 20 '22

Such a beautiful game. Have already spent about 13hrs playing and I love it! In my opinion, best 20 bucks that I’ve spent in last 1 month, lol

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u/d12gu i5 2500k@4.8ghz 8gb ddr3 2133 1060 ROG 6gb Jan 20 '22

a bit clunky although very beautiful, worth it for the price imo

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u/hulkbuster18959 Jan 18 '22

Hzd and I'm loving it.

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u/shaokim Jan 18 '22

Quake Champions, love that game

Installed God of War, will be playing this afternoon

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u/MrBeavis Jan 18 '22

Ac valhalla

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u/Forrice1 Jan 18 '22

Meanwhile I'm still in AC Odyssey 😁 Love this game!

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u/MrBeavis Jan 18 '22

Is there much present time nonsense?

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u/NorthernSlyGuy Jan 18 '22

Slightly but not much.

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u/TuesdayRiot42 Jan 18 '22

I remember being about 10 hours in before I was inturrupted by present world and it let me jump right back in.

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u/customds Jan 20 '22

It’s far better than Valhalla. Valhalla feels like a crappy version of odyssey

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u/nuadarstark Jan 18 '22

Still have some AC: Valhalla story bits to finish, though I also bought and played the new God of War.

Love the game, but the FOV is quite annoying and Kratos handles like a tank. But the world is fun, the story is good, the worldbuilding interesting so I'll be finishing that one as well.

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u/SlowPokeInTexas Jan 19 '22

To the detriment of God of War, there's a pretty dramatic difference of movement and capabilities between Eivor and Kratos. I keep trying to do simple things with Kratos (like climb over crates or something) and have to reset my expectations.

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u/UniqueFlavors Jan 18 '22

I'm not playing anything currently. I'm desperately searching for something entertaining. I refuse to go back to Skyrim/Witcher 3 but nothing I've seen will scratch that itch lol

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u/Loftineers Jan 18 '22

Same, i need something to play until Lost Ark. Just nothing keeps my interest atm.

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u/chlfg Jan 19 '22

Maybe Rdr2?

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u/Syrath36 Jan 20 '22

I'm in the same spot I've got a back log but none are enticing me. Was thinking of playing Days Gone again or D:OS2 love both games but the latter is amazing. Idk or back to an MMO like GW2. Gah.. lol

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u/throwawayycauseduh Jan 20 '22

Got so tired of Skyrim music but for some reason Witcher 3's OST never gets old.. it's just so nice and pleasant

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u/d33p_th0ught Jan 22 '22

Have you tried Enderal?

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u/UniqueFlavors Jan 22 '22

Never heard of it, so nope! I'll give it a look thanks

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u/durandpanda Jedi Sentinel Jan 18 '22

I've picked up the first public release of the Battlemode Slaughter Tour mod for Doom Eternal and I am thoroughly enjoying it.

It essentially repurposes the game's multiplayer arena maps as souped up Slayer Gates. Each arena has a different hazard to keep things fresh (so it's not just purely killing demons until there are no more to kill).

Well worth checking out and it makes me glad that modding is a thing.

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u/Radulno Jan 19 '22

Outer Wilds finally, still at the beginning, game is great and the mysteries are interesting but those navigation controls (ships and zero g) are horrible. I'm guessing they are the biggest obstacle to make the game appealing to more people.

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u/insertnamehere405 Jan 18 '22

WoW, classic burning crusade boy is this one grindy not sure if I want to hang in and push to end game.

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u/socialmediaiscancerr Jan 19 '22

how is WoW Classic population doing these days? Are the Classic-only servers completely dead?

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u/VOID0__0 Jan 18 '22

sea of thieves, my friends just got it and it's been so much fun even though i gotta spend half the time explaining stuff in the game to them.

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u/LuntiX Jan 18 '22

Got back into Elder Scrolls Online. It’s not my favourite MMO and getting my addons configured again sucks but I need something as a filler to waste time.

This time I’m trying a vampire focused build, something more thematic and not as generic as usual builds.

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u/drugusingthrowaway Jan 18 '22

What is going on with "Nobody Saves the World"? It's a new action-RPG made by the Guacamelee people, but it only has a 77% rating on Steam. But if you check the reviews, you can't find any negative ones.

https://store.steampowered.com/app/1432050/Nobody_Saves_the_World/

Then you change the languages from "english" to "all languages", and suddenly 100% of the negative reviews are in Chinese? What gives?

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u/Theo1172 Jan 19 '22

It’s a “review bomb.” Chinese gamers are a touchy lot, and if a game does something even remotely anti-China (a minority population flag like Tibet, calling Taiwan a sovereign nation, real or imagined slurs against China and its citizens) they mobilize in a major way. It happened to Life Is Strange: True Colors after the game displayed the Tibetan flag in a background scene. It takes almost no provocation at all, and if you think you’ve seen pack behavior before… these hombres take it to the next petty level. Maybe this game showed something or said something that, even if it was accidental, offended the delicate Chinese national pride somehow.

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u/xboxhobo 5950x RTX 3090 FTW Ultra 64 GB RAM Ultrawide 240hz Jan 21 '22

Is it actually Chinese nationalists doing that though? To my mind I would think that it's entirely more likely that there's some government organization that does that kind of stuff. How many private citizens really care enough about some minor slight against their country you know? I do realize that my suggestion is an unfounded conspiracy theory, but it just seems far more likely than that many private citizens really giving a shit.

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u/Theo1172 Jan 21 '22

You’re probably not wrong, in the same way that most disinformation can be traced back to a malicious source like a troll farm. China has lots of those, for sure. But then look at the country - tightly regulated information, firewalls to block out “western influences,” and the governing party does a damn good job indoctrinating its citizens to only see the positives. That sort of blind cheerleading leads to a lot of naïve “love it or leave it” sentiment. I’d say there’s a solid percent which is gov’t-initiated, but a lot more are willing citizens.

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u/RHINO_Mk_II Ryzen 3700X & RTX 2070Super Jan 19 '22

Just finished Halo Infinite campaign. It's alright. Mechanically, the fights are decently fun with the exception of most boss fights. The story was pretty meh, and the open world, while allowing you freedom to take fights from any direction, also meant the whole map felt pretty samey by the 5th or 6th hour, especially since there's only one biome. Also of note, despite having good performance when you first load the campaign, after 1.5 hours it starts stuttering and hitching terribly, causing you to miss shots, until you close the game and reload the campaign. Overall I'd give it a 6.5-7 or so, similar to Halo:CE. If you're looking for a Halo game to play I'd recommend Reach, 2, and 3 over Infinite.

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u/kingOfKonfusion Jan 20 '22

I swap between bf2042 & Minecraft in vr using vivecraft.

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u/Johnnius_Maximus Jan 20 '22

Resident evil village.

Finally got around to playing it and I'm having a blast. Had to turn my headphones down a little though as I have almost shat myself a few times.

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u/Noble_0_6 Jan 18 '22

God of War 2 (2007)

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u/BicaMN Jan 18 '22

The best of the original trilogy for me.

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u/Exhaledoom Jan 18 '22

God of war on pc - it’s phenomenal. Far Cry 5 as a counter to the serious tones, and the pew pew.

Always stay playing world of Warcraft as well.

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u/Nationofnoobs Jan 20 '22

Are you using Mouse and keyboard in God of war? If so, how are the controls?

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u/Exhaledoom Jan 20 '22

No I have a Xbox controller I use. I played the first bit with m+kb and it feels wonky but I’m sure you could get used to it. I just like the controller feeling when playing melee combat rpgs.

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u/NorthernSlyGuy Jan 18 '22

Mass Effect: LE. Hitman 3. God of War.

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u/sz0mbie247 RX 580 8GB | Ryzen 5 3600 | 16GB RAM Jan 18 '22

Halo Infinite MP, Apex Legends.

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u/Captain_Cockerels Jan 18 '22

Tarkov and Stormworks. Got back into VTOL VR with new multiplayer and helicopter

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u/mightpornstar Jan 19 '22

God of War, surprisingly smooth for my machine (i3 8100 and rx580 4gb)

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u/PoL0 Jan 20 '22

Delta V-Rings of Saturn: a zen-like experience about being a space miner. It's developed by a single person and it's still in early access but I'm loving every minute. It's on sale right now for 5€.

Noita: had it in my backlog for months now, and last weekend I fired it up for the first time. Game is hard and ruthless, but I'm slowly progressing through the biomes.

Apex Legends/Hunt Showdown: For my daily dose of shooty-shooty.

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u/[deleted] Jan 20 '22

SWTOR

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u/[deleted] Jan 18 '22

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u/CompactOwl Jan 18 '22

You seem to have at least 100n hours of free time at your disposal.

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u/[deleted] Jan 18 '22

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u/CompactOwl Jan 18 '22

That’s quite the commitment. I played through golden once and found it really good, but I wouldn’t do it twice or even n times.

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u/Hammaheadkev Jan 20 '22

I'm on the Road to Elden Ring... Beating all the souls-borne-sekiro games(:

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u/sgtpepper901 3080 Ti - 8700k Jan 18 '22

God Of War, Far Cry 6 when my coop partner is on. Gotta finish both before Dying Light 2 and Shadow Warrior 3 come out. I'm swamped with amazing games (as long as DL2 is solid).

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u/Doge_AWP Jan 18 '22

Currently playing the AC franchise, just finishing AC2, if I was to replay some of the COD games, which would you recommend to start at (based off of campaign)

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u/iiTryhard Jan 19 '22

MW1-3 trilogy

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u/BGgungame ryzen 5 2600, RTX 2060, 16GB RAM, B450 tomahawk Jan 18 '22

Just finished Tales of Berseria’s main quest and I’m cleaning some of the remaining content. Idk if I’ll go for NG+.

I have Tales of Arise and Ender Lilies in my library. I might start one of these 2 next.

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u/SeraphAu Jan 18 '22

Hell Let Loose - been really getting into it lately since I started playing with friends, occasionally with a full squad of 6, and it's just so much better. The teamwork, communication and gameplay is just so much better. It really takes the game to the next level when playing with friends. Excited for future updates especially the pacific theatre

Crusader Kings 3 - enjoying learning the game and building my empire. Its my comfort / chill game

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u/jvdoles Jan 19 '22

Ghost Recon : Wildlands. I'm really into this kinda of game, shooter/stealth, the story is very good too. One thing I dislike is the open world, think ive had enough open world games from last generation.

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u/Princecoyote Jan 19 '22

Jumping back into Bannerlord. Haven't played it in 10 months or so. Still needs a lot of fleshing out, but the core gameplay is fun. Also going to start Hollow Knight.

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u/PeskyBird404 Jan 19 '22

Subnautica: Below Zero. I've completed the main questlines, and am working on collecting all the eggs. All I need to find is the Lilly Paddler and the Blue Trialve.

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u/thejsgarrett Jan 19 '22

Finally got all the mods working for FF8R and couldn't be happier taking a nostalgic trip down JRPG lane!

It's amazing what 15+ years can do as I now fully comprehend what I think is one of the best battle mechanics via the Junction System. Truly unique and appeals to that adventurous-hoarder soul of mine: gotta draw them all :)

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u/Halio344 RTX 3080 | R5 5600X Jan 19 '22

I played Astalon: Tears of the earth recently. If you like metroidvanias, it’s a must have!

It might seem tedious at first to navigate the map after death and to switch characters, but this becomes significantly easier very early in the game.

Don’t be put off ny the artstyle, the game feels very modern fespite its retro look. You can also change visual settings to make it look more sharp/modern than the Steam page screenshots.

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u/hla77 i7-9700k/RTX2080/PG279Q Jan 19 '22

I'm playing Destiny 2 but slowing down and waiting for the Witch Queen. I started to play Monster Hunter Rise, mixed feelings and I loved MH World.

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u/cityoflostwages Jan 22 '22

I have destiny 2 but only osiris/warmind/forsaken. Is it worth to get back in to play shadowmoon/beyond light now or wait until witch queen is out to see if there is some dlc bundle for the three of them?

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u/hla77 i7-9700k/RTX2080/PG279Q Jan 22 '22

I would only buy Beyond Light with heavy discount. Witch Queen will be released on 22th February.

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u/SlowPokeInTexas Jan 19 '22

I recently upgraded my hardware, so I'm actually switching between a modded-out Cyperpunk (still have to turn down some settings for 4K), God of War, and Flight Simulator 2020- I just can't get enough of flying around New York City in 4K.

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u/Syrath36 Jan 20 '22

I've been thinking about buying Flight Sim for months but I'm afraid I'll be hooked and feel like I need to go all and get a real flight control setup.

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u/SlowPokeInTexas Jan 20 '22

Ironically I actually had an older Logitech Force Feedback joystick, and Flight Sim didn't know what to do with it (there are ways to get it working, but aint nobody got time for that). I play it with an XBox controller clone I bought off the 'zon for $20. It works fairly well. I even had my 4 year old daughter flying over NYC last night. You can also play it with keyboard, but doing so is generally a horrible experience.

Note I have not gone through the flight training, and I'll eventually get around to it, but I can still manage to takeoff and land and when I'm not doing one of the canned flight activities (there are about a dozen or so well-chosen flights where you can simply "start off" in the air near a well chosen city or landmark), I have figured out how to start in different airports.

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u/craig_hoxton Jan 19 '22 edited Jan 20 '22

Edit: Gave up on Control as I couldn't fly to a cut scene spawn point. Started Cyberpunk 2077.

Almost finished on Control - just one more mission to do.

Had to use the in-game cheats to defeat the very annoying Anchor Boss (maybe tried over 20 times to beat it on regular mode). Wish I was playing on Steam to see achievements (bought this on Epic Games Store two years ago but I don't have any Achievements showing up).

I liked the ability to go elsewhere in the game to skill-up before coming back to defeat a tricky boss and the skills you get during the game were Jedi-like (Force Pull and Force Push).

Got Cyberpunk 2077 and Red Dead 2 waiting for me next.

What I'm looking forward to: Ghost of Tsushima, Boii Simulator...I mean God of War and of course, Starfield.

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u/remster22 Jan 20 '22

Is ghost coming out for pc?

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u/craig_hoxton Jan 20 '22

It was leaked as coming out next on PC month.

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u/SalariedVolunteer i9 10850k, 3080 Ti, 32GB RAM Jan 19 '22

Finally had my fill of Fallout 76 after around 115 hours. Got it on sale a few months ago after ignoring it for years due to the terrible launch plus it being an mmo type game. I played it like a single player game just doing quests and exploring and had a lot of fun. If you liked Fallout 4 and want a huge new map to explore I highly recommend 76. It has issues for sure but overall I think it improves on Fallout 4.

I just started Rise of the Tomb Raider and have put a few hours into it. It's fun and looks amazing in 4k. One thing I feel the need to mention is that I played TR 2013 years ago but I had forgotten how brutal some of the death scenes in this series are if you screw up. Died to spike pit trap and it was a shocking image to say the least.

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u/Fresh_Specialist2935 Jan 20 '22

Black ops cold war

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u/PassiveF1st Jan 20 '22

Bouncing between the new Forza and D2:R, depending on what I'm in the mood for. I also still hop on Hades for a run every now and then.

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u/JayMac787 Jan 20 '22

I just bought a decent pre-built, and I'm currently playing old favorites thru emulation, mostly PS2 and Wii. I have a PS5 I love, but I'm excited to get into pc gaming again also.

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u/TheBruffalo Jan 20 '22

Can't believe nobody's mentioned Monster Hunter: Rise yet. The game is phenomenal. The gameplay loop is so tight, the weapons are all fun, it's just an excellent game.

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u/xboxhobo 5950x RTX 3090 FTW Ultra 64 GB RAM Ultrawide 240hz Jan 21 '22

I want to play monster hunter rise but I have no work life balance so I haven't really gotten to. Just got an Odyssey G9 too. It's really cool for gaming but I've basically only used it for work so far. Maybe some day I'll get my life together.

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u/Thianeu9 Jan 21 '22

I took advantage of all the Christmas discounts and offers and bought all the assassin's creed saga for so little money. I never played any of them before and I have 25 hours in Odyssey so far.

Also returned to Cs:Go after a 6 month break, and I gained my old level in just half of a month, so I'm trying to take it more seriously now.

Fortnite: I don't know man, bought the battle pass but I play alone as all my friends stopped playing.

I'm planning to buy FIFA22, it will be my first FIFA after buying 19

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u/kidwgm Jan 21 '22

Monster Hunter Rise. Played about 100 hrs on Switch. Couldn’t resist picking it up on PC.

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u/Mikos-NZ Jan 21 '22

Purchased Warhammer Total War 2 and most of the dlc over Xmas and having an insane amount of fun. Even better than the first primarily because the AI is more aggressive and you get to do some epic multi stack city defense fights as a result. Highly recommend and I have preorder war 3 as result 😀