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PC Gaming Week of December 16, 2019

4 Total Games Curated Out of 108 Games Releasing

Percentage of All PC Games Considered: 3.70%

The following titles are what we feel are the most noteworthy games releasing this week of December 16 - 22, 2019. The description for each title is either authored by the studio or its publisher.

Tuesday

Potata: Chapter One

Adventure platformer about Potata's travel in fairy forest. Reveal all secrets and hidden treasures and don't forget to save the world.

DEVELOPER: Potata Company
PUBLISHER: Potata Company

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The Sims 4: Discover University

Hit the books and show your school spirit in The Sims 4 Discover University Expansion Pack, where Sims enroll in school, explore collegiate experiences, and enjoy extracurricular activities. Take classes that set your Sims up for success in engineering, education, or law careers. Discover robotics and ping-pong, plus make some mischief pulling pranks against the rival school. Study hard, sleep in, and high-five the school mascot – just make sure to keep those grades up!

DEVELOPER: Maxis & The Sims Studio
PUBLISHER: Elecrtonic Arts

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TERMINAL Early Access

Experience Earth's final descent into Armageddon in Virtual Reality as extreme weather violently spreads destruction, death, and a twisted virus across most of the planet.

DEVELOPER: REMANIC
PUBLISHER: REMANIC

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Thursday

Borderlands 3: Moxxi's Heist of the Handsome Jackpot

Moxxi's assembling a crew to plunder a derelict space station casino and you've proven yourself worthy of joining her ragtag team of "experts." Successfully battle your way through Hyperion security forces and crazed casino-goers to reach a safe loaded with Eridium, cash, and all-new Legendary loot!

DEVELOPER: Gearbox Software & Gearbox Studio Québec
PUBLISHER: 2K Games

Official Website

Straight from the Devs
Monday, 16 December 2019 09:00
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AAA or indie, big or small, OPNoobs is looking for quality games made by talented people. It’s not about marketing budget or Twitch numbers, we bring you updates straight from the developers of the games you’re playing. We provide an unfiltered voice from inside the gaming industry. Anything published in OPN’s Straight From The Devs series is just that, and we hope our readers feel that this narrows the gap between them and the industry they follow so closely.

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