• 2019 Video Game Release Schedule

    If you're wondering what games are coming up in 2019, we've put them all in one convenient location. This list will be continually updated to act as a living, breathing schedule as new dates are announced, titles are delayed, and big reveals happen. This should help you plan out your next several months in gaming and beyond. New additions or changes to the list will be in bold. As the gaming calendar is constantly changing, we highly recommend you bookmark this page. You'll likely find yourself coming back to this to find out the most recent release schedule for the most anticipated games across PC, consoles, handhelds, and mobile devices. If you notice that we've missed something, feel free to let us know! Please note that games will not get assigned to a month until they have confirmed release dates. Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition January Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (3DS) – January 11 New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (Switch) – January 11 Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – January 11 Onimusha: Warlords (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – January 15 The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode 3, Broken Toys (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – January 15 YIIK: A Postmodern RPG (PS4, Switch, PC) – January 17 Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown (PS4, Xbox One) – January 18 Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes (Switch) – January 18 At the Gates (PC) – January 23 Life is Strange 2 Episode 2: Rules (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – January 24 Resident Evil 2 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – January 25 Genesis Alpha One (PS4, Xbox One, PC ) – January 29 Kingdom Hearts III (PS4, Xbox One) – January 29 Penguin Wars (PS4) – January 29 Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy (Switch) – January 29 Dragon: Marked for Death (Switch) – January 31 Metro Exodus February Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown (PC) – February 1 Wargroove (Switch) – February 1 Etrian Odyssey: Nexus (3DS) – February 5 The Occupation (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – February 5 BlazBlue: Central Fiction (Switch) – February 7 God Eater 3 (PS4, PC) – February 8 Monster Energy Supercross 2 (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – February 8 The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince (PS4, Switch) – February 12 Trials Rising (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – February 12 Tetris 99 (Switch) – February 13 Final Fantasy IX (Xbox One, Switch) – February 13 Civilization VI: Gathering Storm (PC) – February 14 Crackdown 3 (Xbox One, PC) – February 15 Metro Exodus (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – February 15 Far Cry: New Dawn (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – February 15 Jump Force (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – February 15 Yakuza Kiwami (PC) – February 19 Anthem (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – February 22 Dirt Rally 2.0 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – February 26 The Lego Movie 2 (PS4, Switch, Xbox One ) – February 26 Stellaris: Console Edition (PS4, Xbox One) – February 26 Deltarune (PS4, Switch) – February 28 Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice March Awesome Pea (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, Vita) – March 1 Creepy Road (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – March 1 Dawn of Man (PC) – March 1 Dead or Alive 6 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – March 1 ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove! (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – March 1 Treasure Stack (Xbox One, Switch) – March 1 Black Desert (Xbox One) – March 4 Doom & Destiny (PS4) – March 4 Beat Cop (Switch) – March 5 Left Alive (PS4, PC) – March 5 The Occupation (PS4, Xbox One) – March 5 Pillar (Switch) – March 5 RBI Baseball 19 (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – March 5 Unknown Fate (Switch) – March 5 Total War: Three Kingdoms (PC) – March 7 Valley (Switch) – March 7 Devil May Cry 5  (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – March 8 Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn (3DS) – March 8 Monument Builders Rushmore (Switch) – March 8 The Caligula Effect: Overdose (PS4, Switch, PC) - March 12 The Legend of Heroes: Trials of Cold Steel – Decisive Edition (PS4) – March 12 Lego Marvel Collection (PS4, Xbox One) – March 12 MX Vs ATV All Out: Anniversary Edition (PS4, Xbox One) – March 12 Truberbrook (PC, Mac) – March 12 RICO (Switch) – March 14 Blood Waves (Switch) – March 15 The Division 2  (PS4, Xbox One, PC) –  March 15 One Piece: World Seeker (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – March 15 Turok (Switch) – March 18 American Ninja Warrior Challenge (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – March 19 Fate Extella Link (PS4, Switch) – March 19 SNK 40th Anniversary Collection (PS4, Switch) – March 19 Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy (PS4, Switch) – March 20 Peasant Knight (Switch) – March 22 Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – March 22 Unravel 2 (Switch) – March 22 Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland (PS4, Switch) – March 26 Danganronpa Trilogy (PS4) – March 26 Final Fantasy VII (Xbox One, Switch) – March 26 Generation Zero (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – March 26 MLB The Show 19 (PS4) – March 26 Nelke & The Legendary Alchemists: Ateliers of the New World (PS4, Switch) – March 26 The Princess Guide (PS4, Switch) – March 26 The Walking Dead: The Final Season: Episode 4 (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – March 26 Yoshi's Crafted World (Switch) – March 29 Tropico 6 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – March 29 Assassin's Creed III Remastered/Liberation Remastered (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – March 29 American Ninja Warrior (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – March 31 Days Gone April Bomber Crew: Complete Edition (PS4, Switch) – April 2 Darksiders: Warmastered Edition (Switch) – April 2 Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission (Switch, PC) – April 5 Dangerous Driving (PS4, Xbox One) – April 9 Neo Atlas 1469 (Switch) – April 9 Ace Attorney Trilogy (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – April 9 Zanki Zero: Last Beginning (PS4, PC) – April 9 Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain (PS4) – April 11 Nintendo Labo: VR Kit (Switch) – April 12 Konami Arcade Classics (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – April 13 Anno 1800 (PC) – April 16 Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster (Xbox One, Switch) – April 16 Tanks Meet Zombies (Switch) – April 16 Wasteland 2 (Switch) – April 16 World War Z (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – April 16 Truberbrook (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – April 17 Cuphead (Switch) – April 18 Our World Is Ended (PS4) – April 19 Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen (Switch) – April 23 Mortal Kombat 11 (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – April 23 SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech (Switch) – April 25 BoxBoy + BoxGirl (Switch) – April 26 Days Gone (PS4) – April 26 Super Meat Boy Forever (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, iOS, Android) – April 26 Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (Xbox One, Switch) – April 30 Team Sonic Racing May The Legend of Heroes: Trials of Cold Steel II (PS4) – May 7 Yakuza Kiwami 2 (PC) – May 9 Life is Strange 2: Episode 3 (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – May 9 A Plague Tale: Innocence (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – May 14 Cytus Alpha (Switch) – May 14  Rage 2 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – May 14 Bubsy: Paws of Fire! (PS4, Switch, PC)  – May 16 Steven Universe: Save the Light & OK K.O.! Bundle (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – May 17 Team Sonic Racing (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC ) – May 21 Assassin's Creed III Remastered/Liberation Remastered (Switch) – May 21 Observation (PS4, PC)  – May 21 Resident Evil (Switch) – May 21 Resident Evil 4 (Switch) – May 21 Resident Evil Zero (Switch) – May 21 Everybody's Golf VR (PS4) – May 21 Total War: Three Kingdoms (PC) – May 23 Blood + Truth (PSVR)  – May 28 Little Friends: Dogs & Cats (Switch) – May 28 Labis x Labyrinth XL Limited Edition (PS4, Switch) – May 31 Trover Saves The Universe (PS4, PSVR) – May 31 Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled June The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – June 4 Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth (3DS) – June 4 Trover Saves The Universe (PC) – June 4 Warhammer: Chaosbane (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – June 4 Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – June 21 Judgment (PlayStation 4) – June 21 The Sinking City (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – June 27 July Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers (PS4, PC) – July 2 Dragon Quest Builders 2 (PS4, Switch) – July 12 Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order (Switch) – July 19 AI: The Somnium Files (PS4, Switch, PC) – July 25 Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Switch) – July 26 Wolfenstein: Youngblood (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC)  – July 26 Shenmue III August Life is Strange 2: Episode 4 (PS4, Xbox One, PC)  – August 22 Shenmue III (PS4, PC) – August 27 Control (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – August 27 Astral Chains (Switch) – August 30 September Catherine: Full Body (PS4) – September 3 Borderlands 3 (PS4, Xbox One, PC)  – September 13 Gears 5 2019 Without Confirmed Dates Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Animal Crossing (Switch) Babylon's Fall (PS4, PC) Battletoads (Xbox One, PC) Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) Cadence of Hyrule (Switch) Code Vein (PS4, Xbox One) Concrete Genie (PS4) Daemon x Machina (Switch) Dangerous Driving (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Digimon Survive (PS4, Switch) Dragon Quest XI S (Switch) Dreams (PS4) Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered (PS4, Switch) Gears 5 (Xbox One, PC) Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice (Switch) Indivisible (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) Journey to the Savage Planet (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Lapis x Labyrinth (PS4, Switch) The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (Switch) Luigi's Mansion 3 (Switch) Man of Medan (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Mario Kart Tour (iOS, Android) Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order (Switch) MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries (PC) MediEvil (PS4) Minecraft: Dungeons (PC) Ori and the Will of the Wisps (Xbox One, PC) The Outer Wilds (PC) Outer Worlds (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Pokémon Sword and Shield (Switch) Psychonauts 2 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) RPG Maker MV (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) Samurai Shodown (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Skull & Bones (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order (Unknown) Super Mario Maker 2 (Switch) The Surge 2 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Town (Switch) Twin Mirror (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Two Worlds III (Unknown) Untitled Goose Game (Switch, PC) Wolfenstein: Young Blood (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) Ys IX: Monstrum Nox (PS4) […]

  • A Bloodborne Board Game Hits Kickstarter This Tuesday

    On April 23, tabletop game maker CMON (Cool Mini or Not) will launch a Kickstarter campaign for a new Bloodborne experience. This tile-based board game is CMON's second venture with Bloodborne. The first was a tactical card game designed for three to five players. Following the card game's successful launch, CMON released an expansion called The Hunter's Nightmare.  The trailer below walks you through the key beats of the board game, showing how players explore the city of Yharnam cooperatively, revealing a tile with each turn. Missions are tied to specific tiles, as are monsters which are summoned. The game appears to come with a number of plastic miniatures for the Hunter and various critters to battle. If funded, Bloodborne: The Board Game will join Dark Souls: The Board Game, which was created by Steamforged Games, a studio that is again tapping the video game space for a Devil May Cry 5 board game. Click here to watch embedded media […]

  • 'True Detective Pikachu' Parody Trailer Is Certainly Something

    If you thought the trailers for Detective Pikachu didn't feature enough existential angst you're kind of a weirdo, but at least there's a trailer that should be more your style. Youtube channel Sam and Bill Comedy in association with Bad Duck Media have produced a real trailer for a fake TV show that would turn the lovable electric rodent into a Rustin Cohle-type resembling something out of the Soulcalibur VI character creator. It's pretty well done, and while the visage of Pikachu as a real person will haunt my dreams long after my soul has departed from my body, I kind of want to see more this particular fever dream. Make it happen, HBO and The Pokémon Company! Click here to watch embedded media […]

  • Half-Life 2 Mobility Mod Basically Turns It Into Titanfall 2

    Need another reason to play through Half-Life 2? What if it was basically Titanfall 2? The Half-Life 2 Mobility Mod adds a number of movement options to the game that make its gameplay resemble Titanfall 2. The mod lets you double-jump, power slide, wall-run, and climb ledges. The mod also adds a short tutorial and mini-campaign, new airboat rockets, a button to quickly throw grenades (instead of having to manually swap to them), and a few cheat modes as well. The mod has been out since the middle of last year, but received a big version-two update this week. This new version makes the mod simpler to install (letting you install it for Half-Life 2 and its two episodes instead of having to do it individually), adds a new dedicated crowbar key, flying attack, and refines the existing movement options. Also, "destroying an APC ejects the driver up into the air."  These changes might make Half-Life 2 an easier game overall and not in line with Valve's vision, but sometimes, you need something crazy to freshen up a repeat playthrough of a classic game, and this seems like a great way to do that. If you'd like to see what the mod is like in action, here's a trailer. Click here to watch embedded media [Source: ModDB via Dark Side of Gaming […]

  • Reader Discussion – What's The Nicest Game-Related Thing Someone Has Done For You?

    Multiplayer gaming tends to fall under two categories: cooperative and competitive. While competition gets a ton of the spotlight through tournaments and esports events, cooperation and working together to make the world a better place (usually one with fewer zombies) by being nice to each other doesn't. So we want to know: What was the nicest game-related thing someone has done for you? Mine happened a while ago, but I'll never forget it. It happened to be pretty late during my first Evo tournament back in 2016, and one of the tournament setups for Guilty Gear: Xrd was free. I hadn't played the game much before and I needed to place to sit down for a moment, so I figured hey, why not start play some? After a few rounds against the AI, a couple came up and asked through a few gestures (they were Japanese and didn't know English) if I would play against them. I tried to make it very clear that I was not in any way good, and that I'd be willing to let them use the setup to play against each other, but they wanted to play me. After a couple of rounds it became clear I wasn't very good, but they actually, again mostly through gestures, took an hour of their time to show me how to do some of the character Potemkin's trickier moves, and I eventually got a round off one of them. It is, to this day, the nicest game-related thing someone has done for me. What about you? Has anyone given you a super-rare item in an MMO out of the kindness of their heart? Has anyone sat you down the learn the ropes of a fighting game at tournament? Let us know in the comments. […]

  • Report: Nexon In Talks To Be Taken Over By Disney

    Korean PC and Mobile game company Nexon could be the next to fall under Disney's enormous and ever-growing banner, according to a new report. Korean newspaper The Central Times says that, according to "the international banking industry," NXC (Nexon Korea and Japan's holding comapany) Chairman Jung-ju Kim, who, along with his wife own a majority share (98.64 percent) of NXC, has approached a "high-ranking Disney representative" (translation via The Korea Herald) to have Disney acquire the company. The company is anticipated to sell for around $13.2 billion. Kim has been looking to sell his stake in the company since January, and while other companies were shortlisted to buy it, Kim in 2015 was quoted as lauding Disney for its business practices in 2015, comparing them to how "some people hate Nexon to death." Nexon, along with publishing the MapleStory series around much of the world, is also responsible for maintaining several popular PC games in Korea, including Final Fantasy XIV, Counter-Strike Online, Dungeon Fighter Online, Battlerite, and more. [Source: The Central Times via The Korea Herald […]

  • PSA: Cuphead Switch Features Now Available On Xbox One, PC, And Mac

    When it launched earlier this week, the Switch version of Cuphead came with some additional features that weren't in the original Xbox One, Mac, and PC versions of the game. Well, now those features are on every platform. The game's 1.2 update, out now for Xbox One, PC, and Mac, includes some cool quality-of-life features. You can now choose to play the entire game as Mugman rather than Cuphead, giving him (who's basically Luigi to Cuphead's Mario) the chance to shine. The two play identically, so who you choose is entirely up to preference.  Additionally, the update adds fully animated videos in place of stills for all of the game's cutscenes. This, along with a hose of new animations sprinkled throughout fights themselves, will hopefully make the game's art style pop more than ever. New localizations have been added for eleven new languages (French, Italian, German, European Spanish, Latin Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Japanese, Korean, and Simplified Chinese), including lettering inspired by those countries' classic cartoons. To update the game, developer MDHR had to abandon support for DX9 in the PC version while switching to a new version of Unity, which means all upcoming patches will only work with the new DX11 version of the game. For those who need DX9 to run the game on PC, there is a new legacy branch players can switch to, though that version won't have any updates going forward. […]

  • Documentary 'Raising Kratos' To Chronicle God Of War's Development

    Sony Interactive Entertainment is producing what looks like a full-length documentary chronicling the development of 2018's God of War, and you'll soon be able to watch it for free. Judging from the trailer, the documentary looks to follow director Cory Barlog and the team at Sony Santa Monica as they set out to reboot the God of War franchise for the 2018 entry. There's lots of behind-the-scenes footage shown, with scenes of actors recording motion-capture scenes from the game, conversations between Barlog and the development team about their approach to the reboot, and more. The documentary is billed as "coming soon" to PlayStation's Youtube channel. The final shot also looks to be new CGI footage of Kratos, which could be a promotional shot for the documentary, or potentially hint at a sequel. Click here to watch embedded media […]

  • Destiny 2's Spectral Blades Super Hit With Major Nerfs

    While it was buffing a bunch of arc (and a few non-arc) Destiny 2 subclasses, Bungie announced it was looking into the hunter class' Spectral Blades super ability, which it saw as being too strong in the current meta. Earlier this week, the developer brought the hammer down. The spectral blades super was introduced in Destiny 2's Forsaken expansion, and have void-flavored Hunters a super ability outside of their normal Shadowshot, a one-and-done ability that tethered enemies to a particular location. Spectral blades, however, lets them roam around the battlefield and take easy kills for a short period. The issues, as Bungie points out in their This Week At Bungie blog post, is that spectral blades lasted too long, and that it made its user a little too survivable, especially while they were under its cloaking effect. "Previously, this Super had the highest damage reduction of all the roaming Supers, either in stealth or not," Bungie's sandbox team said. This is even further exacerbated by the Gwisin Vest exotic chest piece, which elongates the super's duration every time you score a kill. This could make the super last much longer than most other supers, and made hunters who used spectral blades a terror on the battlefield. The alleviate the issue, Bungie has reduced the super's damage-reduction from eight percent, regardless of whether you're cloaked or not (the super has increased damage reduction when you're cloaked), and have reduced the super's overall length by three seconds. They've also upped the cost of each light melee swing, meaning hunters won't be able to strike their targets with abandon and hope for a kill as easily. As for the super's interaction with the Gwisin Vest, Bungie is currently toying with some changes. If they make it to release, however, it won't be until next season. […]

  • What To Watch This Weekend: Overwatch, PUBG, And Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    As we celebrate a weekend full with eggs, religious connotations, and niceties, kick back and watch other people duke it out in some of the world's most popular games. The Dota 2 ESL One major in Mumbai, India is wrapping up tomorrow, and it could be one of the few times old-school Dota fans may see Navi in the finals. (Stream / Schedule) The League of Legends North American LCS circuit may have ended but wouldn't you know it, there's a bunch of other circuits wrapping up this weekend! Korea, China, and Latin American all have their finals this weekend, so if you want to watch some dang League, you can travel the world for it. (Stream / Schedule) Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's Pro League continues! Watch more matches from the both the North American and European divisions all weekend long. (Stream / Schedule) Of course, we also have another round of Overwatch League matches this weekend, and the Shanghai Dragons are playing! (Stream / Schedule) We've got another pair of fighting game events this weekend! First, The Mixup is a major stop for both the Street Fighter V and Tekken pro circuit, so competition for those events should be fierce. There's also some side events for Garou: Mark of the Wolves and Darkstalkers, so tune into those if you're a fan! (Streams and Schedule) There's also a major Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (now with Joker!) and Melee event happening in Pound 2019, with singles, teams, and squad strike events going on through the weekend. (Streams and Schedule) Finally, we have the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds FaceIt Global Summit, which brings some of the best four-person teams from around the world and gathers them all in London to see which of them is gets the chicken dinner to rule them all. (Stream / Schedule) That's it for this weekend! Let us know if we missed an event, or if there's a scene you'd like us to cover, in the comments. […]

  • Replay – Mortal Kombat: Deception

    Click here to watch embedded media Although 2011's Mortal Kombat reboot sparked a huge wave of interest in the fighting-game franchise, it was built off the back of what many would call the series' worst era. In the PlayStation 2 days, Mortal Kombat was a 3D fighting franchise, and while the fighting itself wasn't at its best, a number of modes and cool (kool?) features made sure fans stuck around long enough for the series to return to its glory days. Andrew Reiner and I are joined by interns Hunter Wolfe and Jay Guisao to look at a time when Mortal Kombat games had Chess, Puzzle, and Konquest modes, and featured absolutely no fatalities. Nope, none whatsoever. What could possibly make you doubt me? […]

  • Weekend Warrior – It's Not Goodbye, It's See You Later

    This weekend we're still defending the homefront in the Division 2, but there'll also be time set aside for relaxing family shenanigans this Sunday. Also, we're sending our interns off with a Game Informer-style pizza party (we'll let you all imagine what that looks like)! Give Jay, Hunter, and Nathan some love and support down in the comments section!   Andrew Reiner (@Andrew_Reiner) – The amount of walking I did at Star Wars Celebration last weekend hit me hard today, so I barely moved, and dedicated most of my time to a review that I'll be publishing next week. I will continue playing that game, and will also mix in some Devil May Cry 5, Wargroove, and Apex Legends. I also hope to finish watching the second season of The OA on Netflix. That show is bonkers in a good way. I know it's as far-fetched as an idea can be, but I love it. Check it out. Brian Shea (@BrianPShea) – I’m not really into any games at the moment, but I’m super excited for Mortal Kombat 11 and I’m looking forward to Days Gone. While I wait for those games to release, I’ll probably keep playing Overwatch and Marvel Strike Force, and I’ve been eyeing replays of the Ezio Trilogy and The Witcher 3. Maybe I’ll even go outside. Suriel Vasquez (@SurielVasquez) – I have engagements in the Verdant Forest and The Third District, so I’ll be taking care of those this weekend. Ben Hanson (@yozetty) – This weekend I’m going to be playing board games like Azul and Betrayal… as per usual. Other than that, I hope to find more time to play a bit of The Division 2 on PC. I’m also going on a trip on Sunday, so hopefully I’ll be playing more of the Ace Attorney Trilogy on the Nintendo Switch. Have a good weekend, everybody!   Leo Vader (@LeoVader) – Too many good games to play! Almost beat Nowhere Prophet last night, wanna give that another go. One of the most successful genre hybrids I've played in a while. Besides that I'm an airline pilot in Transport Tycoon, which is a modded GTA V server I've been adoring. Non-violently exploring Los Santos with more NPCs and wildlife makes me appreciate that city in a whole new way. Gotta do this week's apparel challenge in the Division 2 as well, and get the next piece of that exotic sniper I'm longing for. Also gonna keep playing/learning Dreams, I'll have more to share on that down the line but right now I'm passionately in love with it. Too many good games!!! What a season, what a season!!!   Jeff Cork – I didn’t get to play as much of The Division 2 last weekend as I was hoping, so that’s going to be the focus of my weekend playing. I’m also planning on playing some World War Z. I got a demo of it at Gamescom last year, and I was impressed by what I played. Hopefully, the finished game is as good as that early showing. Also, as always, Overwatch. I haven’t tried the new event, though I don’t have high expectations for it. The PvE content has always been fairly weak, but as long as I get new skins I’ll be all right.   Kyle Hilliard (@KyleMHilliard) – It should be a pretty quiet weekend. I will probably keep playing World War Z (because it's fun!) and Supraland (because I want to review it!) and do some more Dreams surfing. Then Easter Sunday will be spent with my parents and siblings, which should be fun. Pretty normal stuff.   Javy Gwaltney – I’m living out my Dreams all weekend.   Jay Guisao (@GuisaoJason) – Happy to see my loved ones again after a long, but infinitely enjoyable, three months. Thank you guys – readers and editors alike – for making this opportunity so damn wonderful! As always, keep gaming. Cheers. […]