December 2021 Games, Bad Ending
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A year has ended that is considered the poorest in the history of the industry, but not only. December is also the poorest this year. We did not expect for years to see a crisis like the one we went through that affects the industry in this way, but at the same time we passed through unforgettable addresses, but if we look In the future on the “roadmap” as we say for the 2021 titles don’t be surprised (We don’t want to surprise anyone but it could happen in 2022), there are still titles in December and one of them is the most awaited by her fans over the past years and decades, let’s go We are heading into the last game of the month article trip in 2021.

Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector

  • Platforms: XSX, PS4, XBO
  • Release date: December 3rd

Battlesector will bring the new era of Warhammer 40,000 to PC. Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector is a great Warhammer 40K game, and a good strategy game. The key to this game’s long-term success will depend on Black Lab Games developer’s ability to deliver updates and new content. In addition to investing in the multiplayer gaming community.

Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain

  • Platforms: Nintendo Switch
  • Release date: December 3rd

Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain is a brain training game and a multi-Player game that will allow players to complete challenges or mini-games in five categories: Select, Memorize, Analyze, Calculate and Imagine, when Play with multiple people, each person can set their own level of difficulty to suit their preferences, this should allow the younger children to compete against the adults on an equal basis, as each player can face their own level of difficulty.

Life is Strange: True Colors

  • Platforms: Nintendo Switch
  • Release date: during the month of December

Life is Strange: True Color launched in September for a range of platforms, and was originally due to be released for the Nintendo Switch on the same day. Shortly before its launch, developer Deck Nine and publisher Square Enix announced that the Switch version has been delayed, but will still be available in 2021.

The game continues Alex’s story, and like anyone somewhat indulgent with life, Gabe reconnects with Alex after living apart for eight years. Of course, their reunion didn’t last long when he died in a mysterious accident. It’s up to Alex to discover the cause of his death, using her ability Being aware of and understanding the feelings of others.

Halo Infinite

  • Platforms: PC, XSX, XBO
  • Release date: December 8th

After the events of Halo 5: Guardians, the Master Chief meets a humble pilot and travels to the Zeta Halo to fight The Banished, the goal is to find out what happened to Cortana and Chief as one.

There are some interesting elements most notably the platforms scattered in the world where the player can connect with certain vehicles that the pilot will drop, banished built many strongholds and outposts around this world, the player can attack them, the surviving UN Security Council soldiers can also be rescued and they will help In combat, Chief can also upgrade his gadgets and more.

The online phase has also launched, which includes a good number of modes, but the game will receive a lot of support in the long-term future to correct some of the existing errors, but this is a success in itself. In its series such as Call Of Duty Vanguard or Battlefield 2042.

Among Us

  • Platforms: PC, XSX, XBO
  • Release date: December 14

Among US is not a new game at all, but rather a game that has been released since 2018 and has enjoyed a limited spread commensurate with the content you provide from the outside and here, we say from the appearance only because in fact this game offers a lot and a lot.

The game is available on Android and iOS completely free and you can now download it and enjoy the full experience that does not differentiate from the Steam version except the presence of a very small advertisement from time to time on the smartphone version, so there is no reason not to try the game, especially after what we will mention to you now, the game is coming to consoles this month.

The Gunk

  • Platforms: Nintendo Switch
  • Release date: December 16th

For those who don’t know, The Gunk will be available on launch day for Xbox Game Pass subscribers. It’s a third-person action-adventure game about a space-exploring duo Rani and Becks, both struggling to make a profit as they target a planet laden with a wealth of natural resources. On this planet, they discovered what is known as goo, which is harmful to the planet. However, they said that this unwanted substance is worth a lot of money and the duo must determine what is more important to them.

Editions to be noted

  • NVIL: Vault Breakers [PC] – December 2
  • Century: Age of Ashes [PC] – December 2
  • Cricket 22: The Official Game of The Ashes [PC, PS5, XSX, PS4, XBO] – December 2
  • Solar Ash [PC, PS5, PS4] – December 2
  • Advance Wars 1 + 2 Re-Boot Camp [Switch] – December 3
  • Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition [Switch] – December 3
  • Happy’s Humble Burger Farm [PC, PS5, XSX, PS4, XBO] – December 3
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation Code Fairy Volume 3 [PS5, PS4] – December 3
  • Unreal Life [Switch] – December 3
  • Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun – Aiko’s Choice [PC] -December 6
  • This Is The President [PC] – December 6
  • Rune Factory 4 Special [PC, PS4, XBO] – December 7
  • Thunder Tier One [PC] – December 7
  • White Shadows [PC, PS5, XSX] – December 7
  • Startup Panic [PC] – December 8
  • Breakwaters [PC] -December 9
  • KEO [PC] – December 9
  • Rogue Invader [PC] – December 15
  • Five Nights at Freddy’s Security Breach [PC, PS5, PS4] – December 16
  • Trash Sailors [PC] – December 16

The game of the month article is over. This month’s games are not many in any way, but they will do the trick until we move on to next year. Fortunately, we are on the cusp of Halo Infinite, which many have been waiting for, and this is clear from the online beta, which was launched a month before the launch of the entire game. … See you next year with a new Game of the Month article and we hope we see more titles in 2022.

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