Rainbow Six Siege's core dev team is moving on

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Rainbow Six Siege's core dev team is moving on

After four years, Rainbow Six Siege's core team is moving on, though still staying at Ubisoft. Creative director Xavier Marquis, brand director Alexandre Remy and other members of the team will be hopping onto new projects, leaving the game in the hands of a new squad of Rainbow Six Siege veterans. 

Session is the most authentic skateboarding game ever made

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Session is the most authentic skateboarding game ever made

Accompanying our team-selected Game of the Year Awards for 2019, individual members of the PC Gamer team will each discuss one of their favorite games from the last 12 months. We'll post a new personal pick, alongside our main awards, throughout the month of December.

Endzone: A World Apart is a post-apocalyptic city builder heading to Early Access soon

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Endzone: A World Apart is a post-apocalyptic city builder heading to Early Access soon

Now that all our end of year and decade reflections are going up, I've realised I forgot about one recent trend: the survival city builder. Since Banished, we've seen a few of them pop up, perhaps most notably Surviving Mars, which has since been followed up by a post-apocalyptic spin-off. Now it's got a bit of competition in the form of Endzone: A World Apart, which you can watch in action above. 

Star soccer player Mesut Ozil removed from PES 2020 in China over tweets criticizing the government

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Star soccer player Mesut Ozil removed from PES 2020 in China over tweets criticizing the government

Arsenal star Mesut Ozil caused a stir last week when he criticized the alleged ongoing human rights abuses and persecution of Uighur Muslims by the Chinese government, and the failure of Muslims globally to adequately respond. As translated by The Guardian, he wrote, "[In China] Qurans are burned, mosques were closed down, Islamic theological schools, madrasas were banned, religious scholars were killed one by one. Despite all this, Muslims stay quiet."