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How People Move in Video Games

How People Move in Video Games

As good as the graphics have gotten in video games, the character animations aren’t always as convincing. In this hilarious video from Komazawa Isolation, the protagonist walks around Tokyo’s Shibuya district just like they do in third-person action games like Grand Theft Auto. The spot-on camera work seals the deal.

Explosive Barrels

Explosive Barrels

FPS games love to toss in an assortment of explosive barrels and other stuff to blow up among their scenery, letting players quickly dispatch large groups of enemies with a single shot. As part of their extensive series on weaponry, Ahoy looks back at the history of these common video game props, and why we still love them.

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The Last of Us Part II (Gameplay)

The Last of Us Part II (Gameplay)

The sequel to Naughty Dog’s excellent zombie shooter may have been delayed, but it’s looking like it’s worth the wait. Watch as the game’s developers walk us through gameplay refinements, new character movements, and level designs that expand the gameplay dynamics. The game arrives on PS4 on 6.19.20.

Atomic Heart 4K Gameplay Teaser

Atomic Heart 4K Gameplay Teaser

“I can hear my GPU screaming in front of this.” That’s what one commenter had to say about this 4K demo footage from Mundfish’s long-awaited action RPG/FPS, Atomic Heart. We couldn’t help but think of classics like Half-Life 2 and BioShock when we watched this, and we’re hoping the actual game lives up to those benchmarks.

DOOM Eternal (Gameplay 2)

DOOM Eternal (Gameplay 2)

It’s been a long time coming, but the sequel to Bethesda’s excellent DOOM reboot finally drops on 3/20/20. DOOM Eternal continues the tradition of gory, edge of your seat first-person shooter thrills, with new creatures, upgraded weapons, and even more visceral action, as Hell’s armies bring their brand of terror to Earth.

The Last of Us Part II (Trailer 2)

The Last of Us Part II (Trailer 2)

The follow-up to Naughty Dog’s outstanding post-apocalyptic FPS The Last of Us won’t be available until February 21, 2020, but it looks like it’ll be worth the wait, with plenty of bone-chilling cinematic scenes, dark storylines, and tension-filled gameplay.

Halo Infinite (Trailer)

Halo Infinite (Trailer)

“We lost.” Master Chief reawakens to a world in the middle of a massive war, following the events of Halo 5: Guardians. Halo Infinite will launch holiday 2020 on Windows 10, Xbox One, and the next-gen Xbox Series X console.

Cyberpunk 2077 (Trailer 2)

Cyberpunk 2077 (Trailer 2)

(PG-13: Language, Gore) A heist goes horribly wrong for the lead character of Cyberpunk 2077 in the game’s latest cinematic trailer. But hope is not lost, not when Keanu freakin’ Reeves is on your side. The game comes out in September 2020.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (Trailer)

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (Trailer)

(Gore) “We get dirty, the world stays clean.” Infinity Ward and Activision reimagine Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for the present day. The game promises a riveting single-player campaign, as well as co-op modes and online multiplayer. Drops 10/25/19.

Splitgate (Trailer)

Splitgate (Trailer)

Splitgate is an upcoming free-to-play first-person multiplayer arena shooter in the vein of Halo. Except it has portals, which work exactly like the ones in Portal, adding a world of strategy and frantic fun to the genre. Launches 5/22/19 on Steam.

Borderlands 3 (Gameplay)

Borderlands 3 (Gameplay)

This gameplay video for Borderlands 3 starts with a leisurely tour through some of the game’s varied locales, then ramps up to showcase the colorful and deadly enemies, and the weapons and vehicles you’ll have to survive. There’s even a squirt gun that cools down your other gun.

Moons of Madness

Moons of Madness

Science fiction meets the occult in Moons of Madness. The first-person horror game is about a technician on a base on Mars, which was established to look for the source of an intelligent signal. But soon all hell breaks loose. Coming to PC, Xbox One and PS4.

Borderlands 3 (Trailer)

Borderlands 3 (Trailer)

The king of looter shooters is back. Borderlands 3 sees heroes from the past games return to defend “worlds”, and frag a diverse array of enemies with over a billion guns. The previous games are also getting 4K remasters for PC, Xbox One and PS4.

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Halo Master Chief for Windows

Halo Master Chief for Windows

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is coming to Windows via the Microsoft Store and Steam. The collection will be released in parts, and consists of Halo: Reach, Halo, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, and Halo 4. The games will support 60fps, 4K and HDR.

Ready or Not (Trailer)

Ready or Not (Trailer)

Ready or Not is a first-person tactical shooter that focuses on realism. You play as a SWAT officer armed with both lethal and non-lethal tools. It will have a story mode, co-op and PVP multiplayer modes, and an intriguing commander mode where you direct A.I.

Rage 2 (Gameplay)

Rage 2 (Gameplay)

A 9+ min gameplay video for the first-person shooter Rage 2. The video showcases some of the game’s quirky and powerful weapons, as well as tools, movement and platforming abilities. You also get a look at the game’s seamless open world. The game drops 5/14/19.

MP40.

MP40.

Ahoy resumes his engaging series on firearms with the MP40. Created in Nazi Germany, this submachine gun became both a symbol of evil and rebellion in pop culture. Despite its brief real world usage, it has become one of the most recognizable guns in shooters.

Apex Legends

Apex Legends

Apex Legends is a free-to-play first-person shooter for Windows, Xbox One and PS4 that combines Overwatch and battle royale games. Its characters have different abilities and personalities, while its revive and one-button communication mechanics foster team play.

Atomic Heart (Gameplay)

Atomic Heart (Gameplay)

(Gore) Developer Mundfish gives us a peek at the world and aesthetics of its first-person action RPG Atomic Heart. There are strange robots, floating chickens and murderous androids in this alternate Soviet Union. It’s at once terrifying and intriguing.

Metro Exodus

Metro Exodus

(Gore) The latest installment in the post-apocalyptic first-person survival horror series, Metro Exodus puts you in the shoes of Artyom, a sniper who discovers that there is life beyond their hovels in the Moscow subway. Drops 2/15/19 for Windows, Xbox One and PS4.

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The Outer Worlds (Trailer)

The Outer Worlds (Trailer)

From Obisidian, the developer of Fallout: New Vegas, comes a first-person RPG set in the future and in a space colony, like Mass Effect meets Fallout. The Outer Worlds appears to feature everything we loved about New Vegas. Drops 2019 for Windows, Xbox One, and PS4.

Far Cry New Dawn (Trailer)

Far Cry New Dawn (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) The post-apocalypse looks lively and colorful in Far Cry New Dawn. A standalone sequel to Far Cry 5, the game takes place 17 years after a nuclear apocalypse, and sees you trying to take down the Highwaymen and their leaders, the Twins.

Void Bastards

Void Bastards

Void Bastards is a cel-shaded first person shooter from Blue Manchu, the developer behind Card Hunter. In Void Bastards, you hop from ship to ship and scavenge for resources. Die and you lose your progress, save for the items you’ve crafted.

Overwatch: Reunion

Overwatch: Reunion

It’s high noon. Overwatch‘s sharpshooting bounty hunter gets his time to shine in Blizzard’s latest animated short film. He cases a train heist, hoping to retrieve a special crate inside. But someone got there first, and it’s an old friend of his.

World War 3

World War 3

Currently on Early Access, World War 3 is a multiplayer military FPS for Windows. Its focus is on providing realistic battlegrounds, weapons, strategies and offering players tons of customization options for weapons, skins, camos, vehicles, gear and more.

Project Warlock

Project Warlock

Project Warlock is heavily inspired by the old school first person shooters such as Doom, Hexen and Wolfenstein. It’s filled with 60 levels filled with narrow corridors, demons and tons of weapons to unlock. Your character’s stats and spellcasting also improve.

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