PC Gamer, Issue 334 (September 2020)

October 29, 2020
PC Gamer, Issue 334 (September 2020)

PC Gamer is a magazine founded in England in 1993 devoted to PCgaming and published monthly by Future Publishing. The magazine hasseveral regional editions, with the UK and US editions becoming thebest selling PC games magazines in their respective countries. Themagazine features news on developments in the video game industry,previews of new games, and reviews of the latest popular PC games,along with other features relating to hardware, mods, "classic"games and various other topics.This month's issue of PC Gamer is a special one, dedicated tothe best virtual worlds that PC gaming has to offer. We're invitingyou to escape your world for a celebration of the greatest digitallandscapes—and the experience of losing yourself inside them.The issue takes you on a journey through these incrediblelandscapes, as the PCG team comes together with opinions andanecdotes from the digital frontier. We've put together fouramazing variant covers, showing off some of the games talked aboutin our massive 22-page feature. We follow the lives of NPCs in RedDead Redemption, explore how the gritty reality of The Witcher 3'ssorcery feels like home, and reveal why climbing the rockymountains in Skyrim never gets old.Elsewhere in the issue, we've got two big hands-on previews. Thefirst is our impressions of the ambitious space sim sequelEverspace 2, featuring a chat with Rockfish Games' CEO on whetherit can live up to its interstellar predecessor. We also have apreview of A Total War Saga: Troy, in which we do battle with someof ancient Greece's legendary leaders.For reviews, we've got two competitive hero shooters in the mix,Amazon's Crucible and Riot's Valorant, with Deep Rock Galactic inthe middle so they will behave and not brawl it out. We also havereviews for Maneater, Monster Train, and Minecraft Dungeons.The hardware team has been on a mission to find the very bestgraphics cards for 4K gaming. We reveal the best GPU choices rightnow, taking power and budgets into account. Graphics cards are theheart of your PC, after all, and should be chosen wisely.