PC Gamer UK April issue: Arise & Brand 2 Bannerlord

In this industry, it's not aberrant for new amateur to accept assertive ancestry advised adjoin classics. It's hardly fair, but back a bold claim the allegory you apperceive it's one account watching out for. "Inside the best aggressive RPG back Skyrim," reads the subheading beneath this month's awning story—in advertence to our world-exclusive abysmal dive into Arise & Brand 2: Bannerlord. Accompany Phil in demography a absolute attending at the prequel to the massively accepted Warband.

Elsewhere inside, Andy becomes God and puts the PCG aggregation through their paces via Arma 3: Apex’s editor (I don't adorned their chances), and Phil gets to grips with Gwent's Nilfgard faction. The abandonment Chris Thursten (*sniff*) reviews Torment: Tides of Numenera, and Richard Cobbett additionally wraps up his two-part absolute history of the RPG genre. On the previews front, we've got Prey, Alarm of Cthulhu, Clay 4, Vampyr, and more. 

And on top of that, this month's affair comes with a chargeless Gwent bankrupt beta key.  

Issue 303 is on shelves now and accessible on all your agenda accessories from Google Play, the App Store and Zinio (they may be apathetic to update—look for the axe-wielding horseman on the front). You can additionally adjustment absolute from My Favourite Magazines or purchase a subscription to save yourself some cash, accept account deliveries and curiosity at at our absolute subscriber covers. This month's is appealing neat:  

This month:

  • Phil looks into the Nilfgaard band in Gwent.
  • Our best absolute attending yet at Arise & Brand 2: Bannerlord.
  • Andy puts us through our paces in Arma 3: Apex’s editor.
  • How an EVE Online bluff became an absurd hero for newbies.
  • Torment: Tides of Numenera, For Honor, Diluvion, and added reviewed.
  • Gwent, Prey, Alarm of Cthulhu, Vampyr, and added previewed.
  • Our motherboard accumulation test.
  • And abundant more!
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