The PC Gaming Show at E3 2021 has a lot of games for viewers to get involved with – one could even argue that it has too many games. There are titles for everyone: Heavy RPGs, management simulations both on Earth and in space, and tons of shooters where players have to wear their keyboard and mouse.
While the program, presented by PC Gamer, has a ton of great games, there are simply too many to list them all in one place. Instead, here are some of the PC Gaming Show highlights of 2021.
They are always running give away its premise with its name. In it, you play as a bounty hunter with a sci-fi twist. It features a mutant with an extra arm. For anyone else, that would probably get in the way, but for protagonist Aidan, it’s a gift to be able to do one more blast. The game is also set in space, so players will chase down some alien criminals instead of boring humans.
A trailer for the game aired at the PC Gaming Show showed the mutant’s speed and agility, his skills with a sword and three guns at work. They are always running There’s no specific release date yet, but it should be out sometime this year.
While it doesn’t Bloodline 2, Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong seems perfect for those looking for a story-heavy approach to the Masquerade universe. Swansong’s latest trailer highlighted one of the three playable vampires, a Malkavian. Those familiar with the different varieties of vampires in the Masquerade universe will know that this person’s curse is that she is likely to be clinically insane – which explains her hallucinations of a child. daughter.
Today’s Intro didn’t have any gory action (that is for other games in the franchise), but it did highlight a bit more of the game’s story leading up to its release later this year.
Ixion is one of many space-based games revealed during today’s PC Gaming Show. It is also a management game, combining it with a large group of other titles introduced today. However, it first intro outstanding enough to be mentioned. In Ixion, Earth is dying, and a corporation named Dolos takes on the task of getting humanity off the planet. To that end, the company built a massive space station, with engines ready to blast humanity far away from Earth. After a long, cryptic speech by the company’s CEO, the craft took off, crashed into the moon and took away part of the celestial body in the process.
In the game itself, players will have to make the tough choices that come with running a space station, including things like exploration and population control. It sounds like a stomachache, but we will know more about Ixion when it comes out next year.