This Week In Gaming [Video Roundup]

Greetings NAGoozoos, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. In the news this week are new game announcements, new game content announcements, fresh takes on old games, projects put on ice and a few things in between. It’s your bite-sized highlights from the week in easily-digestible video form, after the jump.

Fe is a new platformer from Zoink, with a little hand from EA’s indie division, EA Originals. As such – you’ll only get this one on Origin.

PC Gamer had a big event this weekend with lots to show for it. First up, the infamous “Project X”, now Mavericks Proving Grounds, which promises a 400 player battle royale.

Meanwhile, the System Shock reboot is on hiatus, as things apparently “got out of control”. This comes 18 months after the game raised 1.35 million dollars on Kickstarter. Here’s a look at their early prototype gameplay.

Rend is a promising new title that has a team of 60 ex-WoW devs behind it.

Now for something a little different, this imaginative mock-up video turns Overwatch into a fighting game.

Orwell is getting its second season. Don’t know what that is? It’s a dystopian narrative thriller themed around digital surveillance, and has been flying somewhat under the radar. Below is the original announcement trailer and the season 2 trailer.

PUBG Mobile has launched in China, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get it onto your phone in these parts. So how good is it at recreating the original experience? Here’s a rundown of the differences.

Final Fantasy XV‘s PC edition is coming shortly, and this new trailer shows off how good it can look.

The Evil Within 2 has been out for a while now, but in a new update the developer has officially added a first-person mode. Nice.

Possibly saving the best for last, Two Point Hospital is made by the team behind Theme Hospital, and looks set to do the old classic some justice as a spiritual successor.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Respawn will debut Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order in April