February of games – what to buy?

This month gaming industry packed quite a punch releasing many anticipated titles in a few weeks spawn. Chances are, that you won’t find the time to play all of the new releases so it’s better to select the ones which will suit your interest. To help you pick out your next game we have prepared a short list overviewing the biggest and most anticipated games of the month.

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown (already released)

February started with a game dedicated for flight simulator fans. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is a rare representation of the genre which is not that popular across casual gamers. However, the latest game in Ace Combat series boasts a variety of different ways to play including Standard campaign, Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, and even Battle Royale mode which makes this game accessible to variety of audiences.

Crackdown 3 (already released)

While the initial release of Crackdown 3 was scheduled for 2018, the game has been delayed a few times. On February 15th the long-awaited Xbox One and PC exclusive hit the shelves boasing insane visuals and freedom to explore. However, critics agree that Crackdown 3 still lacks some depth but if you’re looking for a game to have fun with, Crackdown 3 is worth your while.

Metro Exodus (already released)

Based on the critically-acclaimed novels by Dmitry Glukhovsky, this single-player first-person shooter found its way to many players’ hearts. The most significant change in Metro Exodus comes in a form of openness. The game features open environments and freedom of choice regarding the approach to each mission.

Jump Force (already released)

Jump Force is a new fighting game developed by Spike Chunsoft. Essentially it’s a 3-on-3 tag team game featuring characters from various manga series. In this game, you’ll be able to play as characters from Naruto, Dragon Ball, Bleach, Yu-Gi-Oh! and more. Additionally, you’ll be able to create your own unique playable character customizing it with accessories earned in game. If you’re into the fighting game genre, look no further

Far Cry: New Dawn (already released)

Far Cry: New Dawn is set in the same place as the previous entry in the series Far Cry 5. The new game tells a new story and essentially is a stand-alone title similar to Far Cry Primal. Far Cry New Dawn hosts a lot of cool and new things in the series: mutants, post-apocalyptic scavenging and the everlasting fight for survival. If you’re a fan of Far Cry, this game is a must-have.

Anthem (will be released on February 22nd)

The newest game developed by the legendary BioWare, Anthem, combines third-person shooter mechanics with aspects of an action RPG, thus giving players a huge open world to explore. For the videos fans have seen so far the game is looking stunning, while early reviews of the game already praising its combat and flying mechanics. Essentially, Anthem is a shared world experience which means that the game is designed to be played with friends. If you have a couple of buddies by your side, invite them to join you and jump into your Javelin.

Anno 1800 (will be released on February 26th)

Anno is a series known by older real-time strategy fans. After experimenting with a futuristic scene in Anno 2070 and Anno 2205, the developer hopes to take players back in time with Anno 1800. The game will feature a story campaign set in the industrialization period, a sandbox mode, and multiplayer mode.

DiRT Rally 2.0 (will be released on February 26th)

We all can agree that Codemasters know how to make a good rally game. DiRT Rally 2.0 is a wonderful mix of new and old featuring real race tracks and over 50 vehicles to choose from. If you’ve played other DiRT games before, you will be able to notice improved handling and the overall physics of both the car and the track.

Trials Rising (will be released on February 26th)

Ubisoft has already proven to know how to create a great action-packed game with their Trails franchise. The newest addition in the series is Trails Rising. In the game, you’ll find plenty of tracks to play one while retaining an option to create your own with the new Track Central mode.

All the games on this list can be purchased on Eneba games store.

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