For the ultimate reward, turn-based strategy game fans were thrilled to hear about a brand new studio, run with the Doom and D2R Items developers, that have come together to bring more strategy to the ever-growing genre.
The most memorable event of February was, of course, Elden Ring. As a result, it was touted as one the greatest FromSoftware games ever it was the RPG game quickly rose to the top of charts, requiring players from across the globe to reclaim the coveted item. Alongside Elden Ring, Amazon Games and Smilegate RPG brought ARPG/MMO hybrid Lost Ark to the West following its successful launch in Korea. Although server queues were ablaze and players often lost their desire to play, the game has blossomed post-launch and has now added many exciting categories and zone. Dying Light 2 also deserves a quick mention; after all, who doesn't want to be taking on zombies?
Finally, Valve changed the landscape of portable gaming which we explored within our Steam Deck review. In the beginning, only a few players could access the device due to reservations and the large number of people who put in a pre-order, but it quickly became a favorite with boot screen mods or physical devices, as well as developers racing to make their games for the new system.
We highly suggest that you check out the Elden Ring review, particularly as it's PCGamesN Game of the Year 2022. If Soulslikes aren't your style There's also reviews of Dying Light 2 review and Lost Ark review for you to explore.
In the wake of Elden Ring came Final Fantasy Origin: Stranger in Paradise It was not nearly as good as the popularity of FromSoftware. However, Elden Ring shot to buy D2R Ladder Items the top of Steam's charts, as along with, uh... porn. Meanwhile, Hogwarts Legacy's Quidditch feature (of absence) became the talking point of the town.