This month PC Gamer journeys into hell to go hands-on with the much-anticipated AAA action RPG Diablo 4. Diablo is the mother of all action RPGs, so its return with a really mature, darker new vibe and look promises to be one of the PC gaming events of the year. We’ve played the game, got exclusive developer access and commentary, and across not just one but two huge features, one on Diablo 4 and the other on the complete history of Diablo as a series, this issue shows just why we’re worshipping at the altar of Diablo once more. This issue’s cover features truly are wickedly good.
It’s not just Diablo 4 we’re looking forward to either this issue, with a host of awesome previews to get stuck into, including the exciting new MMORPG Wayfinder, explosive Warhammer 40,000 boomer shooter Boltgun, gorgeous first-person survival horror slash-‘em-up Mortal Sin, fantasy co-op sandbox RPG Wartales, beautiful adventure game Dordogne and the pulse-quickening motorbike racing game TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 3.
This issue is absolutely jam-packed with the latest PC gaming reviews as well, with us candidly telling you which games are hot, and which are very much not. We’ve got authoritative verdicts on new space-based RPG shooter-looter Everspace 2, the Lovecraftian nightmare that is Dreams in the Witch House, the zombie-stuffed remake of Resident Evil 4, the dark fishing survival game Dredge, the visually impressive action-adventure game Clash: Artifacts of Chaos, gorgeous puzzle adventure game Tchia, World War I military strategy game The Great War: Western Front and the Destiny 2: Lightfall expansion.
All that plus an awesome feature on Hunt: Showdown, the high-stakes, tactical PvPvE first-person shooter that is going from strength to strength, a group mega test on the best PC gaming speaker systems you can buy today, a fantastic retrospective on the ambitious but flawed action-adventure game Outcast, the dramatic conclusion of our Prey by Proxy diary series, which is one man's attempt to play Prey without directly killing anything, a detailed update on co-op online shooter Warhammer 40,000: Darktide, a comprehensive guide to the best mods for early access survival game Sons of the Forest, a love letter to innocuous settings in horror games, and much more too.
Issue 383 is on shelves now and available on all your digital devices from the App Store and Zinio. You can also order directly from Magazines Direct or purchase a subscription to save yourself some cash, receive monthly deliveries, and get incredibly stylish subscriber-only covers.
Enjoy the issue!