PC Game Release Dates List 2019 – 2020

PC Game Release Dates 2019 2020

Welcome to the VGAssist PC Game Release Dates List 2019 – 2020 by month with all the trailers. Whether you are looking for PC games releasing in 2019 or PC games still not given a definitive release date, this is the list for you.

This is unlikely to cover every single upcoming PC game of 2019 – 2020 because it’s impossible to keep track of everything these days due to the sheer volume of PC games released on Steam and other digital stores. We’ll be doing our best to keep this list up to date as often as possible.

As always, comments are welcome, and if we have missed anything, let us know in the comments. This list will be continually updated throughout 2019 with revised dates and new titles. For some entries, we have to guess possible release dates but we will make sure speculation is mentioned and dates are as accurate as possible. This PC Game Release Dates 2019/2020 list is continually updated by the VGAssist team with titles being added and dates being changed.

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Last updated : 15 April 2019

PC Game Release Dates List by Month

January 2019

Aftercharge10 Jan3 vs 3 competitive game pitting invisible robots against an invincible security squad in high-octane tactical skirmishes.
Catherine Classic10 JanSEGA release this classic for the PC.
Double Cross10 JanDouble Cross features investigation adventure-style gameplay crossed with an intense action platformer.
Tales Of Vesperia: Definitive Edition11 JanThe first remaster of the year to appear from Namco.
Bright Memory – Episode 112 JanTravel to the sky of land to prevent SAI from digging out the secrets of the rebirth of ancient creatures.
Onimusha: Warlords Remaster15 JanAnother remaster this time from Capcom
The Walking Dead: The Final Season – Episode 315 JanTelltale may be gone but Skybound are bringing the series to a conclusion.
Hell Warders17 JanPQube’s RPG with tower defense building.
while True: Learn()
17 JanA puzzle game about machine learning where you control a programmer trying to understand how his cat has become so good at writing code
Bloom Labyrinth22 JanEmbark on an epic quest through the twisting halls of the Labyrinth to defeat the evil King Wego in this classic inspired top-down action adventure.
Slay the Spire23 JanAnother card game is heading to the PC from Mega Crit Games.
At the Gates23 JanThe first 4X strategy of 2019 comes from Conifer Games.
Miasma Caves [Early Access]23 JanExplorers can lead Lesath through procedurally generated and fully destructible caverns filled with treasure, new gear.
Battlefleet: Gothic Armada 224 JanTindalos are back with the sequel for Warhammer 40K fans.
Life is Strange 2 Episode 2: Rules24 JanDONTNOD leave vampires behind are back with the hit game franchise.
24 JanThe vibrant adventure / deep state conspiracy game
Resident Evil 2 Remake25 JanCapcom brings the classic to a new generation of gamers as they return to Racoon City.
Earth Atlantis29 JanuaryAfter its debut on consoles, Earth Atlantis makes its way to PC. The fierce hunt for sea monsters will be released on 29th January.
Genesis Alpha One29 JanBuild and command a ship in space while taking out aliens and stuff.
Sunless Skies31 JanThe Sunless Seas sequel which finally leaves Early Access.
Lovecraft’s Untold Stories
31 JanBlini Games’ action roguelite with RPG elements.
Breach [Early Access]17 JanThird person action RPG from QC Games.
Re-Legion31 JanThe isometric strategy set in the year 2083.

February 2019

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown1 FebThe arcade flight sim soars onto PC.
Anthem Demo1 FebEA’s Destiny-like game gets a demo ahead of full release.


1 FebCyberpunk management sim.
The Occupation 5 FebThe Occupation is a first-person, fixed-time, investigative thriller set in North West England.
Fear the Wolves6 FebruaryVostok Games’ STALKER imspired battle royale finally releases.
Away: Journey to the Unexpected7 FebA feel-good colourful game from Aurelian Games.
Pumped BMX Pro7 FebMomentum-based BMX freestyler sequel.
Astroneer6 FebSystem Era takes their space exploration game out of Early Access.
Project Winter7 FebProject Winter is an 8-person, multiplayer game focused on social deception and survival where players are randomly assigned to the role of Traitor or Survivor.
God Eater 38 FebThe third game in the hack’n’slash series from Namco.
Macrotis: A Mother’s Journey
8 FebSet in a fantasy world, Macrotis: A Mother’s Journey sees a mother Bilby in search of her children as a magical Hurricane with endless rains begins to flood the world.
Monster Energy Supercross 2
8 FebMilestone brings the only official Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship game.
Arcade Spirits12 FebA romantic visual novel that follows an alternate timeline where the 1983 video game crash never occurred.
Hyper Jam12 FebHyper Jam is a neon-soaked arena brawler full of lethal weapons, stackable perks and furious combat.
Tannenberg13 FebThe WW1 FPS set on the battlefields of the Eastern Front leaves Early Access.
Trials Rising14 FebMore motorbike madness.
Degrees of Separation14 FebA puzzle platformer where cooperation is built into every move.
Civilization 6: Gathering Storm 14 FebThe strategy game’s second expansion with more new stuff to enjoy.
Resort Boss: Golf  [Early Access]14 FebTycoon golf resort building game.
Metro: Exodus15 Feb4A Games are back with more Metro.
Crackdown 315 FebThe game finally gets released after numerous delays.
Far Cry New Dawn15 FebUbisoft is back with another Far Cry.
Jump Force14 FebFamous Manga heroes are thrown into a whole new battleground.
Anthem15 FebEA take a crack at the Destiny audience with their shooter.
Yakuza Kiwami 19 FebThe PS2 original gets a PC makeover.NA
Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption19 FebSinner: Sacrifice for Redemption is a boss battler action-RPG.
Steins; Gate Elite20 FebFollows a rag-tag band of tech-savvy young students in this anime release.
Trident’s  Wake21 FebCo-op twin-stick shooter.
Dirt Rally 2.026 FebRacing onto shelves.
Nier: Automata – Game of the Yorha Edition26 FebThe full game and expansion DLC as well as extras.
Ape Out28 FebGabe Guzillo’s strange ape smash-em-up. Delayed from 7 February.
Blast Zone Tournament28 FebA modern take on competitive bomb-throwing arena games.
Fimbul28 FebSingle-player comic-book, action adventure.
DreamWorks Dragons Dawn of New Riders 1 FebScribbler and Patch attempt to save dragons.
Tech Support: Error Unknown27 FebAdventure game with simulation and puzzle mechanics.
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions
19 FebThe trading card game; Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions to both Nintendo Switch and Steam PC/Mac

March 2019

Dead or Alive 61 Mar[Delayed from 15 February]. “The title’s development is already near complete; however, we would like to take more time to further polish its balance, gameplay, and expressivity” said Yohei Shimbori.
ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove1 MarA funky fresh rogue-like adventure infused with old skool hip-hop.
Left Alive5 MarSurvival action shooter from Square.
Devil May Cry 58 MarCapcom’s devil hunter is back.
Path of Exile: Synthesis8 MarThe latest expansion for the ARPG.
The Division 215 MarUbisoft embarks on improving on the first game.
Touch Typing Tale14 MarA real-time strategy game all controlled by typing. Beta test starts on this date.
Willowbrooke Post14 MarHead to Willowbrooke and look after a post office.
One Piece World Seeker15 MarAn all-new One Piece adventure from Namco.
We. The Revolution21 MarThis one is set in the blood-soaked and paranoid world of the French Revolution.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice22 MarFromSoftware’s new action adventure. Will it turn out better than Dark Souls?
Generation Zero26 MarOpen world shooter from Avalanche with co-op set in an alternative 1980s.
Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists: Ateliers of the New World26 MarKOEI want you to build a flourishing town on a new land Nelke.
Outward26 MarOpen-world RPG from Nine Dots Studio. [Delayed from 12 February]
Tropico 629 MarEl Presidente returns bringing more challenges to dictators everywhere. Release delayed from 25 Jan.
Assassin’s Creed 3 RemasteredMarUbisoft looks to improve on the original.
Assassin’s Creed Liberation RemasteredMarMore remastering from Ubi.
Guilds of DelenarMarA guild management game with RPG elements and a tactical combat system that will enter Steam Early Access in March 2019.NA

April 2019

Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition3 AprilWith brand new weapons, substantial visual upgrades, quality of life improvements, all four add-on packs, and more.
Borderlands: Ultra HD Texture Packs3 AprilFree optional download improves the visuals of Borderlands: The Handsome Collection and its DLC on consoles, and provides a visual upgrade for Borderlands 2, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, and all their DLC on PC. Players can appreciate all the added detail at 4K resolution, but improvements can be enjoyed on other displays as well.
Steel Division 24 AprilEugen Systems are back with their latest WWII RTS,
Mortal Kombat 1111 AprMore fighting fun.
Anno 180016 AprThe popular series returns for more strategy action. Delayed from 26 Feb.
World War Z16 AprYet more zombies.
Beyond the Veil 19 AprShoot-em-up RPG where players must explore the madness-filled wasteland, to discover what happened to the gods before and find their purpose is in this world.
Imperator: Rome25 AprilParadox back to what they do best with this new grand strategy.

Tales of the Neon Sea

30 AprilStylish cyberpunk adventure.

May 2019

Yakuza Kiwami 2
8 MayThe Yakuza Kiwami 2 PC port from SEGA.
Rage 214 MaySingle player shooter action from Bethesda.
Team Sonic Racing21 MayArcade racing from SEGA.
Total War: Three Kingdoms23 MayCreative Assembly head to China for their next strategy outing. [Delayed from 7 March]
Conan Unconquered30 MayPetroglyph have a stab at the wave strategy genre.
SigilTBA/May?Romero’s DOOM mega-WAD.

June 2019

Cyberpunk 2077JuneCD Projekt may get this highly anticipated game released by June.
Warhammer: Chaosbane4 JuneCooperate, online or locally, with up to 4 players in this Warhemmer title from Eko Software.
The Sinking City27 JunFind out what happened to the half-submerged city of Oakmont. Delayed from 21 March.

July 2019

Wolfenstein: Young Blood26 JulThe story of BJ’s daughters is told in this spin-off.
Wolfenstein Cyberpilot26 JulThis VR title puts you in the shoes of a hacker in Paris helping the French resistance.

August 2019

Age of Wonders Planetfall6 AugTriumph head to space and leave fantasy behind.
Shenmue III27 AugRyo Hazuki’s story finally continues.

September 2019

Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries10 SeptThe Mechwarrior series gets a long overdue single player campaign.
WRC 8Sept 2019The official rally series returns in 2019.
Phoenix PointSeptJulian Gollop’s latest strategy. Delayed from June.

October 2019

Nothing yet confirmed

November 2019

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order15 Nov

December 2019

Nothing yet confirmed

Unconfirmed 2019 Release Dates

GloomhavenQ1 2019Dungeon crawler.
Black MesaQ2 2019Half Life revisited.
Fission Superstar X Spring 2019Turbo Pelvis 3000 inc upcoming space roguelite game.
GTFOSpring 2019Four player co-op shooter.
Rogue UniverseQ2 2019Rogue Universe is a Space Strategy MMO game set in universe year 1983. A PC version is being developed.
Spellforce 3: Soul HarvestQ2 2019Stand-alone expansion Soul Harvest announced with two new races.
Triton SurvivalQ2 2019A sci-fi themed 3D action shooter focused on surviving, crafting, gathering resources and blasting waves of alien creatures. Early Access Q2 2019.
Planetside ArenaSummer 2019Daybreak brings a new take to the Planetside series and it’s a battle royale. [Delayed from 29 Jan]
Final Fantasy XIV: ShadowbringersSummer 2019The next Final Fantasy XIV expansion. Expect teases early 2019.
Biker GarageQ3 2019Become a motorbike mechanic is this latest garage simulator.
Narcos: Rise of the CartelsQ3 2019A new game for PC’s and consoles based on Gaumont’s Emmy and Golden Globe nominated hit series,
Obey MeQ3 2019Unravel a conspiracy in a war where the souls of mankind hang in the balance in this co-op brawler.
Atomic HeartQ4 2019First-person shooter, events of which unfolds in an alternate universe during the high noon of the Soviet Union.
Among Trees [Early Access]2019FJRD brings you a survival sandbox.
Ancestors: the Humankind Odyssey2019Survive your evolution in Neogene Africa starting 10 million years ago.
Ancient Enemy2019 Combat card game from Jim Rossignol.
Ashen2019ARPG in which a wanderer is searching for a place to call home.
Astellia2019Modern fantasy MMORPG coming in 2019.
Beyond Blue2019Players explore the mysteries of the ocean through the eyes of Mirai, the lead on a newly formed research team.
BioMutant2019Open-world, post-apocalyptic Kung-Fu fable RPG.
Babylon’s Fall2019Original title from Square Enix and PlatinumGames.
Battletoads2019Battletoads is back with couch co-op and hand-drawn visuals.
Blood Remaster2019/2020Nightdive remasters the 90s shooter.
Borderlands 32019Gearbox are back and gamers can expect a larger game, new characters and a much more.
Code Vein2019The Lost will stop at nothing to satisfy their hunger and its blood.
Control2019Remedy’s next game is this supernatural 3rd person action-adventure.
Disco Elysium2019/?A blend of hardboiled cop show and isometric RPG.
DisjunctionSummer 2019A dystopian underworld Cyberpunk action-RPG.
2019Open world action RPG where you ruin everything.
Doom Eternal2019DOOOOOOOOOM!
Dying Light 22019Chris Avelone is penning the sequel.
Eatshade2019Explore the island of Eastshade as a traveling painter.
Gears of War 52019Yet more Gears action.
Godhood2019As a newborn deity, create and grow your own religion by careful management of your followers.
Halo Infinite2019More Halo.
In the Valley of the Gods2019Egyptian adventure from the team behind Firewatch.
Journey of the Savage Planet2019Survival action.
Kings of the Lorn: fall of Ibris2019Teamkill’s survival horror.
Killer Queen Black2019 Q1Killer Queen Black is an intense team-based online action strategy platformer.
Mavericks Proving Grounds2019Large-scale battle royale.
Maneater2019Terrorise people as a shark.
Metal Wolf Chaos XD2019A modernized re-release of FromSoftware’s 2004 mech shooter.
Minecraft Dungeons2019Dungeon crawling Minecraft style in this action adventure.
My Friend Pedro2019An action platformer with a sentient banana.
Night Call2019A stylish looking noir investigative adventure.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps2019The sequel to the Blind Forest.
Phantom Brigade2019/2020Turn-based tactical RPG, focusing on in-depth customization and player driven stories.
Psychonauts 22019Will this live up to the original classic?
Rebel Galaxy Outlaw2019Possibly another hit for space game fans and developer Double Damage.
Sable2019A coming-of-age tale of discovery through exploration across a strikingly rendered open world.
Satisfactory2019/2020An FPS open-world factory building sim from Coffee Stain.
Scavengers2019Co-op survival in a post-apocalyptic frozen world.
Serious Sam 42019/2020Croteam bring back more Sam shooter mayhem. ARRGGHHHHHH!
Session2019Skateboarding sim.
Skull and Bones2019Open world pirate action from Ubisoft.
Songbird Symphony2019A heart-warming journey of discovery, as orphaned chick ‘Birb’ sets off to find his true origins.
Star Wars: Jedi Order2019A new action adventure game which tells an original Star Wars story around a surviving Padawan set shortly after the events of Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.
The Blackout Club2019Co-op horror currently in Early Access.
The Church in the Darkness2019Action infiltration of a weird cult.
The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan2019Supermassive Games horror anthology.
The Forgotten City2019Originally a Skyrim mod, this game gets a full release.
The Last Campfire2019Hello Games return after No Man’s Sky with a new adventure.
The Outer Worlds2019Obsidian returns with a Fallout-like game.
The Settlers2019Ubisoft remasters the classic strategy series.
The Surge 22019Deck 13’s sequel which will hopefully improve on the first game.
Torchlight Frontiers2019The Torchlight team are back with this new online ARPG title.
Tunic2019Action adventure featuring a fox.
Twin Mirror2019The Life is Strange team bring you this thriller.
Weedcraft2019Grow your own in this weed simulator.
World of Warcraft Classic2019Blizzard launches their oen vanilla WoW servers.

2020 and Beyond

Command and Conquer Remasters2020Petroglyph remasters the original games for EA.
Dual Universe2020Novaquark’s ambitious space exploration and building game. Alpha starts 2018.
Star Citizen Squadron 422020The single player part of the Star Citizen Project.
System Shock2020The remaster delayed again after development direction problems.
Age of Empires IV2020?Relic takes control of the next AoE title.
Beyond Good and Evil 22020?Ubisoft is still to confirm when this will actually appear but it’s expected in 2020.
Red Dead Redemption 22020?Will Rockstar bring the console hit to PC. Probably.
Starfield2020?Bethesda promising space adventurer action with this new IP.
Star Citizen???/Never???The persistent universe which they may at some point be able to release.
The Elder Scrolls VI2020?Bethesda continues the Elder Scrolls saga.

This PC Game Release Dates list is continually updated by the VGAssist staff.

Metro Exodus System Requirements Revealed

Metro Exodus System Requirements

Metro Exodus is one of the big releases in Q1 as 4A Games’ popular franchise returns. The developers are covering all bases in their system requirements reveal with details on what you can expect on a 4K rig.

Minimum requirements should not be an issue for most gamers but meeting those will still only provide 30FPS which is not exactly ideal. Recommended requirements will be met by most gamers used to playing the latest releases and own a reasonably up to date GPU but the Extreme and even High settings are going to be taxing for most who are trying to achieve 60 FPS.

Metro Exodus System Requirements


OS* : WINDOWS 7 | 8 | 10
CPU : INTEL CORE I5-4440 or equivalent
DIRECT X : 11 |12


CPU : INTEL CORE I7-4770K or equivalent


CPU : INTEL CORE I7-8700K or equivalent
RAM : 16GB


CPU : INTEL CORE I9-9900K or equivalent
RAM : 16GB
VRAM : 11 GB

*Windows 10 RS5 (Build 1809) or newer and DirectX 12 required for RTX features.  Win 8.1 requires build 9600 or newer, Win 8 requires build 9200 or newer, Win 7 requires SP1 or newer.

4A Game also released this chart below which details what sort of framerate to expect with all of the above options.

Metro Exodus System Requirements


Just Cause 4 – All the Easter Eggs Guides

Just Cause 4

Just Cause 4 features many Easter Eggs including quite a few new ones that have not appeared in previous games. There are some easy Easter Eggs that have made a return such as car number plates and references to Scorpion but we are only looking at the new ones in these guides.  The really cool ones are a little trickier to find and you have to know where to look.

Below you can watch videos that show exactly where you need to go to find them. There is a single video with them all included and individual videos if you are looking for a specific one to save you time.

The trickiest one to find and actually get into is the secret mountain moon base but hopefully the video below will help you reach that. It’s not easy and we lucked out and managed to make it inside the mountain hideaway on the second attempt.

All the Just Cause 4 Easter Eggs


Check out the mountain memorials left by the development team.


A quick nod to the popular battle royale.


These weird goats are on a mountain for some reason.

Mile High Club

A return for the club after its appearance in Just Cause 3. Note the green dancing guy.

Jurassic Park

Dinosaurs apparently used to be a thing in Solis.

Take on Me

A great reference to Aha’s chart-topping hit that really well done.

Cow Gun

Mooo! Turn people into cows and turn Rico into one too.


Smash-em-up with the frying pan.

Laughter Track

Hahahah. Yes, you will be laughed at if you take serious damage.

Small Car

The teeny tiny car which we crashed a bit too quickly.

Secret Moon Base

What’s going on in here? Break the glass and take a trip to the moon.

Getting over it

A real tribute that will drive you mad.

For more guides and videos head to the VGAssist Youtube channel.

Where to Find the Just Cause 4 Getting Over It Easter Egg

Just Cause 4 Getting Over It Easter Egg

Avalanche’s latest entry in the Just Cause 4 series sees the return of Rico Rodriguez as he shoots his way around Solis causing mass destruction.

Discovered as the game released, Just Cause 4 comes with a rather special easter egg which pays homage to the indie title Getting Over It from developer Bennett Foddy. The frustrating little indie title released back in December 2017. This little tucked away treat of an Easter egg will have players attempting to pickaxe their way over a series of obstacles as the game switches to a side-scroller just like Foddy’s original.

To get started, players need to locate a cauldron high on a mountainside to the east in the Picos Helados region. Activating the cauldron and pickaxe will start the challenge. Once started, the Easter egg also comes with commentary from Bennett Foddy himself.

Update: You can also find out where all the other Easter Eggs are in our updated post.

This is where you need to go to find the Getting Over It easter egg.
This is where you need to go to find the easter egg.

The video below shows exactly where you need to go and what you need to do to take part in this Easter egg challenge.

PC Game Release Date List 2018 – 2019

PC Game Release Dates 2018 - 2019

Update: Check the new 2019-2020 release date list here.

PC Game Release Dates 2018 – 2019 by Month / Date

Welcome to the PC Game Release Dates 2018/19 for October 2018 onwards. Whether you are looking for PC games releasing in 2018 or PC games still not given a definitive release date, this is the list for you.

This is unlikely to cover every single upcoming PC game of 2018/2019 because it’s impossible to keep track of everything these days due to the sheer volume of PC games released on Steam. We’ll be doing our best to keep this list up to date as often as possible.

As always, comments are welcome – we’ll add any glaring omissions and this list will be continually updated throughout 2018 with revised dates and new titles. For some entries, we will have to guess, speculate, or infer possible release dates but we’ll let you know in the text if the dates are speculative.

This PC Game Release Dates 2018/2019 list is continually updated by the VGAssisat team with titles being added and dates being changed.

Last updated 3 December 2018.

October 2018 PC Games

Mega Man 11 (Capcom): October

A new 2.5D Mega Man title, on the way to PC.

SoulCalibur VI (Bandai Namco): 19 Octrober 2018

SoulCalibur returns in 2018, in a sixth numbered installment.

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Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales (CD Projekt Red): 23 October

The single player GWENT RPG set in The Witcher universe.

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Project Hospital (Oxymoron Games): 30 October

The hospital sim makes a return. In this game, players will have to build their own hospital or use predefined templates before jumping in as a doctor to heal the sick. There will be stacks of objects to fill the hospital with before getting down to the task of management. Will it end up being better than Two Point hospital?

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November 2018 PC Games#

Football Manager 2019 (Sega): 2 November

Teh annual football management sim is back with more new bits and pieces for budding managers.

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Overkill’s The Walking Dead (Overkill): 6 November (US) / 8 November (EU)

Co-op shooter set in popular comic and TV series world.

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HITMAN 2 (IO Interactive): 13 November

Agent 47 is back to assassinate more targets. This is a standalone relase this time and a one-time purchase.

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Fallout 76 (Bethesda): 14 November

Fallout 76 is a prequel to all Fallout games and is four times the size of Fallout 4 and is set in West Virginia. This is an online game but can also be played solo.

Underworld Ascendant (Otherside): 15 November 2018

An all-new reworking of the original  Looking Glass RPG promising more dungeon adventuring fun for fans of the classic.


Battlefield V (DICE): 20 November 2018

Back to WWII in the latest installment of the series from DICE and EA.

X4: Foundations (Egosoft): 30 November 2018

Egosoft returns with their space franchise and hopefully it will release a little less buggy than previous games in the series.

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Fallout 76 Easy Fat Man Location Guide

Fallout 76 Easy Fat Man Guide

The Fat Man is an iconic weapon and it has made a return in Fallout 76. Not all the Fat Man locations have been found as they can be random quest rewards. This mighty weapon doesn’t always spawn at the same expected locations depending on the server you have joined.

Despite this, there is one location the Fat Man always seems to appear and it’s near the Garrahan Mining Headquarters to the south of the Appalachia map. To get your hands on this Fat Man so you can launch mini nukes, assuming you have any, you need to balance your way along the suspended monorail until you reach a small platform. Sitting right there is a Fat Man waiting ready for you.

The video below shows exactly where you can pick this one up. This is at least a start prior to getting your hands on more from quests and other random locations as you traverse the Fallout 76 world.


Fallout 76 CAMP Guide

Fallout 76 Camp C.A.M.P Guide

Like Fallout 4, Fallout 76 comes with building options or, C.A.M.P as they call it. It’s effectively your home base which can travel around with you as you play thanks to the ability to relocate it with the push of a button.

Players should think about setting up their first C.A.M.P between levels 5 and 10 once the initial quests are done and dusted. By the time a player reaches the Morgantown area, it’s time to setup C.A.M.P.

While you are on your initial quests, look around for resources, and collect items that could contain useful ingredients used for making C.A.M.P objects. For example, while exploring make sure items such as logs are harvested for wood. These are lying around the landscape of the game world and are needed for the most basic C.A.M.P structure elements. Scrapping items will also provide useful components and this can be done at workbenches dotted around the world.

The Basics to Fallout 76 C.A.M.P Building

When setting up the first Fallout 76 C.A.M.P it’s worth paying attention to the landscape you are setting it up on. A flat piece of land is best. The reason for this is that later when a C.A.M.P is moved it needs to be placed down on similar landscape. In other words, if you build on a slope, it will have to back down on a similar piece of land with a similar. Here are the basics to get started.

  • To get started, open up the Pip-Boy with TAB and then press Z. This will deploy the C.AM.P. Select build and you are in the workshop mode.
  • You need to find a build area. You can only build when the C.A.M.P will turn green when you are on free land not overlapping another build area. Once placed it will be viewable on the world map.
  • Along the top, there is a menu and on PC use Z and C to move along the top menu.
  • The first thing to do is drop down a Stash box. This is where you can store all your items which can be retrieved later. This cannot be accessed by others
  • To start building, you need to place a floor foundation to build on. This requires wood to get started.
  • Use the Arrow Keys on the keyboard to cycle through all the different options for each component listed on the left-hand side. Not all will be available, it just depends on what resources you have to build items.
  • Place an item such as a wall on the side of the foundations and the building has begun. Remember, cycle through each option to find things such as different wall types with windows and gaps for doors.
  • Remember, be conservative to start which means you don’t even need to build walls to start, just the foundations.
  • C.A.M.Ps have a budget (see top right of screen). This indicates the maximum amount of items that can be built. You cannot exceed this. Note that stored items contribute to this budget and more complex and expensive objects will eat up large chunks of the budget.
Fallout 76 Camp Guide
Navigating menus can be fiddly and options are limited when you start building.

Build These First

  • Stash
  • Weapons Workbench
  • Armour workbench
  • Cooking station

There’s no doubt building can be a little fiddly and it takes some practice. Once the foundations and the basics such as workbenches are in place, you can expand out but keep in mind the footprint of the camp in case you do want to relocate it.

Walls are not essential when you start but will offer some protection when they are built.


Assuming you want to make alterations to the C.A.M.P there are two ways to handle it.

  • Scrap and object which will deconstruct it but will only return 50% of the resources used to make that object.
  • Store the object for later use.
  • Stored items will still take up your C.A.M.P budget.


When a C.A.M.P starts to get complex, the whole structure can be stored as a Blueprint. This is a saved snapshot of a C.A.M.P or part of a camp that can be saved and deployed over and over. It saves having to build things from scratch.

  • Highlight an item and it will turn blue and then move to select multiple items so the whole structure is tagged blue. You can now create a blueprint from that object.
  • Enter the name and save it for later use.


  • The Stashbox is essential. This cannot be accessed by others but teammates can use the Stashbox which will show their stored items (not the camp owners).
  • When teamed with other players, you can add components to their camp.
  • Workbenches etc are a great way to save trips hunting them down on the map or having to travel great distances to find a bench. Get these setup within your camp as soon as you can.
  • Food production is also helpful and you can stock up before heading out.
  • Building near resources will save time. For example near water which can then be purified in the C.A.M.P or setup with a source of oil which can be collected for use.
  • Put down some sort of sleeping apparatus such as a mattress, sleeping bag or bed for somewhere to easily restore HP quickly.
  • Once a camp’s structure is in place, place defensive turrets on balconies to shoot down at targets out of reach of the enemy.

XP Farming

One way to gain XP quickly is to deploy a C.A.M.P with defenses such as turrets in areas where there are enemy AI. Let the turrets take out the enemy for you and watch your XP increase. Think about a design that has turrets elevated on ledges and protect the structure on all sides with these turrets. Save it as a blueprint for easy deployment.


The most important thing to remember is that it costs no Caps to travel to your C.A.M.P so make use of it and save time. If you’re C.A.M.P is not overly complex and has a compact footprint, it can be redeployed wherever you are. This in itself saves time and gives you the opportunity to break down items for component parts or even just resupply yourself before heading out into the wilderness.

Players can raid camps but note that if that happens they will be marked as Wanted. Keep that in mind if you decide to do it yourself.

Find plans while out exploring will increase the build options. Note these have to be actually read to become active. If you follow the main questlines plans will start popping up but you need to find them.

Lastly, if you’re going to build big, collect everything you can on your travels and frequently break it down to get the components needed to expand your Fallout 76 C.A.M.P.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Cheat Codes

Red Dead Redemption 2

Below are available cheat codes for Rockstar’s 2018 release of Red Dead Redemption 2.

It’s important to note that using these cheat codes will remove all trophies and achievements. Should you decide to use these, take a backup of the save file. In order to activate the cheats, you need to press the Triangle (PS4) or Y (Xbox One) inside the settings menu.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Cheat Codes are as follows:

Code NameCodeCode DescriptionCode Unlock
Increase Horse Whistle RangeBetter than my dogYour horse will be able to find you no matter how far awayAutomatically unlocked
Dead Eye Level 5i seek and I findUpgrades Dead Eye skill to level 5Automatically unlocked
Dead Eye Level 3I shall be betterUpgrades Dead Eye skill to level 3Automatically unlocked
DrunkA fool on commandBecome drunkAutomatically unlocked
Create Race HorseRun! Run! Run!Spawns a race horseAutomatically unlocked
Create WagonKeep your dreams simpleSpawns a wagon and a horseAutomatically unlocked
Set health, staminda and Dead Eye bars to fullYou flourish before you dieRestore full health, stamina and Dead Eye energyAutomatically unlocked
Heavy WeaponsGreed is American VirtueGain access to the heavy weapons like the pump action shotgun, bolt-action rifle and mauser pistol.Purchase the Saint Denis Times No. 46 or Blackwater Ledger No. 65 in Chapter 3 after completing ‘Advertising, the New American Art’
Infinite AmmoAbundance is the dullest desireUnlimited ammo for all weaponsBuy the Gazette No. 27 in Valentine. Must visit the Horseshoe Overlook in Chapter 2.
Increase StaminaThe lucky be strong evermoreGives you and your horse infinite staminaPurchase the Blackwater Ledger No. 68 after completing ‘Dear Uncle Tacitus’ in Chapter 5
Increase honorVirtue unearned is not virtueGive you the maximum amount of honor availablePurchase Blackwater Ledger No. 67 after completing ‘Banking, The Old American Art’ in Chapter 4
Fog of warYou long for sight and see nothingReveals the entire Red Dead Redemption 2 map without exploringPurchase Blackwater Ledger No. 67 after completing ‘Banking, The Old American Art’ in Chapter 4
Create war horseYou are a beast built for warSpawn a war horse to usePurchase Blackwater Ledger No. 67 after completing ‘Banking, The Old American Art’ in Chapter 4
Fortify health, stamina and Dead Eye barsYou seek more than the world offersRefill your health, stamina and Dead Eye barsPurchase Blackwater Ledger No. 67 after completing ‘Banking, The Old American Art’ in Chapter 4

Fallout 76 PC System Requirements

Fallout 76

Bethesda finally released the Fallout 76 system requirements and as expected they should be no problem for PC gamers. Visually, Fallout 76 is not a huge leap forward for the series so reasonable requirements were likely to appear.

Fallout 76 System Requirements


Requires 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
Processor: Intel Core i7 4790 3.6 GHz/AMD Ryzen 3 1300X 3.5 GHz or equivalent
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 780 3GB/AMD Radeon R9 285 2GB or equivalent
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Storage: 60 GB of free disk space

Requires 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7/8.1/10
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 3.6 GHz / AMD Ryzen 5 1500X 3.5 GHz
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 970 4GB / AMD R9 290X 4GB
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Storage: 60 GB of free disk space

The PC beta will start on 30 October and anyone who has pre-ordered can take part.

The Best VR Games

Best Vr Games

Virtual Reality is slowly but surely becoming more popular as hardware prices drop for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Since the hardware launched, VR games have been a real hit and miss affairs. In this list, we break down the very best VR games currently available for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive owners. We’ve tested and played all of these and will continue to add new top quality games to this VGassist list. Watch out for future updates, and remember, VR is still very much finding its feet and it will be some time until we see a huge list of great VR games.

The Best VR games available…

Beat Saber


There are few action rhythm game available now for VR but by Beat Saber is by far the best one available. Using two swords, players need to slice their way through oncoming squares in a different direction in time to the music. The game comes with a few songs which are average but the community has been creating their levels based on popular songs. Some of these creations are excellent but once you start playing you will want access to more. The only downside to Beat Saber is there are simply not enough songs, either original or modded by the community, to satisfy your hunger to play more. It’still well worth the money.

Battlezone VR


Rebellion has taken the classic Battlezone franchise and brought it to VR on the PC. This tank action shooter challenges players to make their way across procedurally generated maps in either single player or co-op multiplayer. The game has rogue-like features where players have to upgrade their tanks and collect ammo and currency to help them stay alive. Extra lives need to be purchased to stay in the fight.

This is solid arcade shooter that shines in co-op multiplayer. Read the review.

House of the Dying Sun


Mike Tipul’s studio Marauder Interactive created one of the finest space combat titles for VR. The game was previously called Enemy Starfighter, but was renamed to House of the Dying Sun prior to release to fit more with the game’s story. This is a really solid space shooter that works fantastically well in VR; the visual are clear and it’s highly immersive. Fans of classics such as X-Wing vs Tie Fighter really need to check this out.

Sprint Vector


Survios follow-up on the success of Raw Data with something completely different, a competitive running racing game. In Sprint Vector players have to use their arms as the means of locomotion to propell themselves through multiple levels against human opponents or AI. Be prepared for a bit of a workout (see review).

Boxed In


Imagine playing something like Tetris where you are placed right in the heart of the action. This is Boxed In. This low-priced and simple game is highly addictive as players have to remove blocks from a room as they advance towards you. Players can change the colours of blocks to create chains of blocks of the same colour to remove them from the play area. It’s not easy!



There’s a lot of talk about using VR to get fit and one of the best titles that will make you break a sweat is BOXVR. In this game, players need to punch oncoming orbs in different directions to the music. The game comes with pre-defined workouts which and each workout attempts to provide different workouts. The game comes with quite a few songs but it really shines when you add your own MP3 tracks in Training Mode. This is BOXVR does give you a good workout.

Elite Dangerous


Frontier’s Elite Dangerous was one of the first space sims to embrace modern VR and it’s been an option in the game for some time now. The game supports both the Rift and HTC Vive. While the game looked OK on the Oculus DK2, when the Vive released support for HTC’s headset was added too. Although not outstanding on the Vive, the game is worth your time of you have VR ready to go. Elite Dangerous is constantly evolving and if you can invest the time it’s worth exploring the outer reaches of space.


EVE: Valkyrie


CCP really embraced VR development and spent a long time working on EVE: Valkyrie. It was one of the outstanding titles on the Oculus DK2 and was often used as a showcase for VR. Now with Vive and Oculus support, this is a game that takes you online to battle others in space dogfights. CCP continues to add new game modes and it’s worth looking at if you can afford it. It’s a little pricey.


Raw Data


Survios’ Raw Data is one of the truly decent shooters for VR. Players have to take on the nasty Eden Corp and battle robots with both guns and swords.

Although this could be considered to be a simple wave shooter, it distinguishes itself with great freedom of movement through a teleport system that feels highly intuitive. It can get quite mental when the robots start to swarm, and there’s multiplayer too which is a big bonus.


Star Trek Bridge Crew


Ubisoft invites gamers aboard a Federation starship to work as a team playing as captain, helmsman, tactical or engineering officers. Designed for co-op play, Bridge Crew is a brilliant VR title which can also be played in single player. This is a VR game everyone should own.

Eurotruck Simulator 2 / American Truck Simulator


SCS’ Eurotruck series is hugely popular, and, although it may sound like an odd choice for a VR game, it’s surprisingly fun. Coming to a road junction and looking out of your cab for oncoming traffic feels extremely natural. It just works incredibly well in VR; SCS has put a lot of thought into smooth functionality.