This Week In Gaming [Video Roundup]

Greetings NAGilkins, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. I have been struck down by the mightiest of manflus, but I chugged a few glasses of raw eggs and wheatgrass in time to get this abbreviated video recap of the week’s news up for you. If you don’t hear from me in a few days, send chicken soup and healthpacks.

Observer, a “cyberpunk horror story”, is definitely the coolest looking game I’ve heard nothing about. This trailer has me interested for sure.

Meanwhile, fantasy RPG The Pyre showcases its beautiful world ahead of the offical release this week.

Quirky action-adventure game Figment also gets a new trailer this week, if you can equate “trailer” with “bizarre music video”.

The Destiny 2 beta went live on PS4 for all those who preordered the game earlier this week, and you can see 90 minutes of it below.

Call of Duty: WW2 revealed their zombie co-op this week, with the subtle title of “Nazi Zombies”. We’ve come full circle, lads.

Continuing in the horror spirit, the horror roguelike Darkwood is finally clawing its way out of three years of Early Access for full release on 17 August. Judging by this three-year-old trailer, this is one to watch.

The Witcher 3 is a pretty game. But for at least one enterprising modder, just not pretty enough – check this out.

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War reveals their take on Shelob, but they’re not fooling me – I do not f**k with giant spiders.

SEGA Japan has unveiled their new arcade racing game, and it looks bloody incredible. Who’s got three tokens for me?

After a long wait, Ghost Recon Wildlands is finally getting a fully-fledged PVP mode, called Ghost War.