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The summer of 2020 has always been...something. We are caught in a global pandemic. There are countless heat waves and turmoil continues to occur around the world. Thank God, we have video games to help us through the storm, right? Let’s take a look at the most important moments in video games this summer; the good, the bad, and everything in between, to remember one of the strangest periods in our lives.

This summer is full of great moments, and it is difficult to highlight only one. We've added some really awesome games to our game library, and they've definitely helped us get through all of these blackout times that we're facing. The summer of

started out as a big winner for Playstation gamers, because The Last Of Us Part II finally ushered in a mixed response in June, followed by July's "Soul of Tsushima," everyone used photos. patrons filled their social networks. feeds. Then when "Death Stranding" landed on PC for the first time, PC gamers got a glimpse of its world and soon we released "Grounded" on PC and Xbox. Of course, we cannot fail to mention the console games that are in fashion this summer, the most famous of which are: "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" and "Final Fantasy VII Remake". These games allow gamers to get a taste of nostalgia in the updated game pack and really helped us keep our spirits up.

Oh, don't forget to announce that we will finally be playing the game of fables again! I've been waiting for many years, and I think this means that you may need to get Xbox Series X later this year to play.

We have become used to hearing the news that the release date of upcoming games has been postponed, which has become an indispensable part of gamers. And, with so many people working from home and facing stock problems around the world, and the economy going through another "tough period," it is not surprising that such delays occurred this summer. In fact, here are all the game launch delays we've seen in the last few months: June

, 2020, filed a large number of complaints in the gaming industry, mainly from women speaking publicly about harassment and bullying. gender discrimination in the industry. In response to these allegations, more than one prominent figure in the video game industry has resigned. Fortunately, unlike the Gamergate issue in 2014, most of these allegations have received support and calls to action from those in power. 4,444 online events were canceled and several game companies released statements. Now, we just need to see the appropriate actions taken across the board to make the industry more welcoming to those who still feel like they are looking outward.

This new chaotic Battle Royale was one of the free games on Steam and as a PS Plus member in early August, and it immediately caused a sensation. Obviously, the developers did not anticipate this, although 36 million PS Plus subscribers will download and play the game, and the launch has been plagued with server issues. However, this did not stop the game from being featured on the cover of Twitch, causing everyone to suddenly laugh and get angry. By making it a battle royale that does not rely on mutual shooting, they opened up the audience to more players, and this irreverent and cute design made it popular on social media. In fact, the game's official social media account has become a force of its own, and has been interacting with some big-name games with emojis, pranks and general madness.

After playing a few rounds of "Fall Guys", it's easy to understand why it became popular so quickly. I just hope this little game from Devolver Digital can keep up with the demand and prevent the server from crashing every few hours. I haven't reached the final round yet, I need to practice, damn it!

As the coronavirus pandemic spreads around the world, people from all walks of life are confined to their homes to help stop the spread. Now, anyone who has attended a large gaming event or conference will be familiar with the term "scam" because after being with so many people in such a crowded space, you will almost always get sick. So it's no wonder this year's major gaming events have moved to the internet.

Furthermore, it did not show any sign of change. CES 2021, to be held in January, has announced that its conference will be held online. So, we didn't take a trip to Vegas this year.

While it's definitely a shame to miss out on the regular year-round activities that we all know and love, seeing people there and being in close contact with new games and technologies is for the best. Also, online activities are really very reliable. Chapter

It's Time to Show Shamelessly! After months of planning behind the scenes, we can finally launch a new WePC podcast! This has been a dream for many of us for some time, so even during a pandemic, it is surprising to make it come true. The first episode is live and you can listen to our show on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and many other podcast streaming services, as well as YouTube.

Every week we have a discussion about a new game and we delve into important details such as: What is the Spice Girls Playstation game about? Does anyone remember the opening music for Wii Sports? And does intern Mickey really exist?

Remember to see it every Wednesday!

-Sorcerer

Because in the coming months we have some very heavy games on our shelves that get us excited. It is true that we should have mastered them most of the time before the delay, but we always prefer to wait for the best game than to get a lower version on time.

Cyberpunk 2077 has long been one of the most anticipated new game releases since Keanu was featured in the E3 2019 announcement trailer. Pre-orders for the game are now open, so be sure to get your copy for it! ready for release date: November 19, 2020.

The latest Dungeons and Dragons video game will also be available this year, although we are still awaiting an official release date at the time of writing. Following the popular game Baldur's Gate / 2, this seems to bring the series firmly into the modern era.

Another AAA game released in the second half of 2020 is Marvel's Avengers. Although the game got off to a rocky start before its release on September 4, we are still awaiting its full release. With the release of Assassin's Creed Valhalla on November 17, the

Assassin's Creed series ushered in another entry this year. On this occasion, we return to the Viking Age, and the trailer has already touched us.

However, it is not just the game itself that excites us. There are also some very popular new technologies released this year, and we can't wait to get started.

Of course, the upcoming next-gen game consoles from Microsoft and Sony are still a hot topic, even for us PC gamers. How will these new consoles change the way games are made? We can't wait to find out.

The next AMD CPU will launch the Cezanne chip sometime this year. These 5000 series processors should have improved performance and can be used in new versions of custom PCs.

Fortunately, we know more about the upcoming Nvidia Ampere GPU this year, including rumored specifications and variant options. We will watch Nvidia’s live events with an eagle eye on September 1 to make sure we don’t miss anything.

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