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PC Gamer Magazine Star Trek Resurgence
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This month we get world exclusive access to the ambitious new sci-fi narrative adventure game Star Trek: Resurgence, which is being created by former Telltale Games devs. We’ve been granted unprecedented access to the Dramatic Labs devs and the game itself, with our opinion-stuffed hands-on playthrough accompanied with game creator insight and loads of juicy screenshots. This is a game that clearly has been made with plenty of love and respect for the Star Trek universe, and already looks like a must play for Trekkies and gamers alike. Beam me up, Scotty!

PC Gamer Magazine Star Trek Resurgence

Star Trek: Resurgence is our cover feature game this month, and you can discover what it offers in our huge 8-page feature. (Image credit: Future)

All aboard the USS Preview this month meanwhile is a host of games to get excited for, including vampire FPS slay-‘em-up Redfall, behind the wheel-based survival game Pacific Drive, 4X turn-based tactical combat epic Age of Wonders 4, and the new hotness in the early access survival world, Sons of the Forest.

PC Gamer Magazine Redfall preview

We go fangs-on with Redfall, the co-op vampire slay-'em-up from Arkane. (Image credit: Future)

While over on the USS Review we’ve got full PC Gamer verdicts on Hogwarts Legacy, Atomic Heart, Company of Heroes 3, Wanted: Dead, Returnal, Like a Dragon: Ishin!, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, and Labyrinth of Galleria: The Moon Society. Many of these games score strongly, too, so it’s a great month for discovering what to pick up next.

PC Gamer Magazine Honkai Star Rail feature

This issue has a great feature on the incoming Honkai: Star Rail game from the Genshin Impact dev miHoYo. (Image credit: Future)

PC Gamer Magazine god games feature

God games are a proper PC gaming genre, and we've got a superb feature tracking their history in this issue, starting all the way back with Populous in 1989. (Image credit: Future)

All that plus an awesome feature that charts the complete history of god games, from Populous in 1989 right up to the present day, as well an authoritative group test on Nvidia’s new RTX 40-series graphics cards, a reinstall and retrospective on iconic fantasy RPG Neverwinter Nights, the next installment in our Prey by Proxy diary feature, where we attempt to survive the horror of the Talos 1 space station without any direct kills, and a cool feature on Honkai: Star Rail, the exciting new title from the Genshin Impact devs. And, that’s far from all, either.

PC Gamer Magazine Nvidia RTX 40-series graphics card test

Thinking of a graphics card upgrade? We've tested out all of Nividia's new 40-series RTX cards and rated them in this issue. (Image credit: Future)

Issue 382 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!

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Discover why Star Trek: Resurgence is the future of sci-fi narrative adventure games, as well as the very latest opinion, previews, reviews, and hardware tips in issue 382 of PC Gamer. (Image credit: Future)
Print Editor

Rob is editor of PC Gamer magazine and has been PC gaming since the early 1990s, an experience that has left him with a life-long passion for first person shooters, isometric RPGs and point and click adventures. Professionally Rob has written about games, gaming hardware and consumer technology for almost twenty years, and before joining the PC Gamer team was deputy editor of T3.com, where he oversaw the website's gaming and tech content as well its news and ecommerce teams. You can also find Rob's words in a series of other gaming magazines and books such as Future Publishing's own Retro Gamer magazine and numerous titles from Bitmap Books. In addition, he is the author of Super Red Green Blue, a semi-autobiographical novel about games and gaming culture. Recreationally, Rob loves motorbikes, skiing and snowboarding, as well as team sports such as football and cricket.