Bravo Team (PSVR) – Dec. 5th
PSVR puts a gun in your hands as you scramble to make sense of a presidential assassination. This FPS designed for VR boasts intense combat and requires quick thinking. The game is playable alone or cooperatively with a friend (although good luck finding someone else who has spent the money on a PSVR). For anyone who is a fan of first person shooters, “Bravo Team” is a game that will take that fandom to the next level, be sure to pick up a copy this December.
Hello Neighbor (Xbox One, PC) – Dec. 8th
We all have a neighbor that we like to keep our eye on just in case. “Hello Neighbor” takes the weird neighbor to a whole other level. You’ll find yourself living next door to a house emitting a mysterious red light from one of its rooms. It’s up to you to figure out what is going on without getting caught from your neighbor. Trust me, it’s harder than it sounds in this upcoming stealth survival game.
Fallout 4 VR (HTC Vive) – Dec. 12th
Whether you think virtual reality gaming is just a cheap gimmick or the future of all things video games, there is no denying that traveling across the Commonwealth in a postapocalyptic America through the lens of the HTC Vive will be awesome. With your Pip-Boy and a slew of weapons in your hand, fight off hordes of raiders and deathclaws that never seemed so real. “Fallout 4 VR” comes free with a purchase of the HTC Vive, yet the $600 you’ll be spending on the Vive won’t make the free game feel so free.
Playerunknown’s Battleground (Xbox One) – Dec. 12
Imagine jumping from a plane alongside 99 others players who, once hitting the ground, all want to kill you. “PlayerUnknown’s Battleground” is a 100-player (yes, 100 real players) battle royale that has dominated the PC gaming world for months and is now finally making its way to the Xbox. Weapons and loot are scattered across the map, and it’s up to you or your teammates to scavenge quicker everyone else because the map becomes smaller and smaller and forces the remaining players together. Needless to say, it’s a bloodbath.