Gray Zone Warfare might be the next Escape from Tarkov, but it has some glaring, albeit typical, Early Access problems dragging it down right now. It's an intense, realistic, tactical FPS with a vast open world where strategy is king. Set on the island of Lamang somewhere in Southeast Asia, the region has been ravaged by civil war, an oppressive dictator and now a sudden cataclysmic event. It's unclear what the event was, and players must uncover the truth for themselves. Gray Zone Warfare has a lot of content for an early-access game. At the foundation, it's a PvEvP MMO game where you're more likely to fight AI enemies than other players.

Scorched Earth was the first DLC expansion released for Ark: Survival Evolved in 2016. Unlike the original, Scorched Earth Ascended is a free DLC for those who own Ark: Survival Ascended. It brings a whole range of new features to the game for all players to enjoy without being locked behind a paywall. The main island of Ark is abundant in essential resources like water and food, but the harsh desert of Scorched Earth removes such luxuries, brings an unforgiving desert landscape to explore, with plenty of new dangers in terms of environment and dinosaurs, over 50 new items to craft, and a high-level boss fight against a manticore!

Set in a Victorian-era world with Fae and their magic, Realmwalkers have learned to create portals to explore other lands. You’ve been cut off from home after the collapse of the arcane portal network and are lost in the Fae realms. Getting home is the end goal, but being able to navigate the transdimensional portals also means you must become a skilled Realmwaler. Nightingale only joined Steam Early Access on February 20th, so our comments today are likely to change in the future. At the moment, though, Nightingale is a flawed but fun PVE survival game that's easy to lose a few hours in. Content is currently a little on the limited side; crafting needs an overhaul, and combat scaling can be... not good.

Virtual reality gaming experience isn’t like ordinary gaming on your PC or mobile, the technology delivers the ultimate benefits of immersion where players experience the game from a first-person, feeling like they are right in the gaming scene and interacting with characters as they would do in actual life! Here are our top VR games online, both single and multi-player games!

Hunt Showdown is a Player vs. Player vs. Environment FPS Horror game based in the year 1895. Crytek have nailed the combination of a highly reactive landscape, dark atmospheric graphics, and eargasm audio design. This game has a specific direction and wants to make you think like a hunter. The lack of information and staying vigilant rewards you for paying attention. This is where Hunt Showdown separates itself from so many of the other session based PvPvE first-person shooters.

Generation Zero is your go to for a robot apocalypse fun game. Set in Sweden in 1989, it has a totally rad atmosphere and the steller soundtrack fits the world they've built. The game uses the Apex Open World Engine, so it's very good looking and immersive. Featuring a full day/night cycle and weather including fog, rain, snow, and some fairly intense storms. The world is very large and explorable with most buildings being open with looted and a story inside.

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