Soccer meets driving once again in the physics-based, multiplayer that causes far too many all-nighters! Choose a variety of high-flying vehicles with huge rocket boosters to score amazing aerial goals & pull-off incredible game-changing saves!

Soccer meets driving once again in the physics-based, multiplayer that causes far too many all-nighters! Choose a variety of high-flying vehicles with huge rocket boosters to score amazing aerial goals & pull-off incredible game-changing saves!

Sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars (wow), you choose between a number of vehicles, all aesthetically customisable, equipped with rocket boosters that allow you to reach great speeds, launch into the air and control your aerobatics. The aim is to hit a large ball into the other team's goals to score points, while simultaneously preventing the other team from doing the same against you, essentially mimicking soccer. But that's not all.

Squad is one of those games where at first you don't know what to do, but don't worry, because most will find the community of Squad is more then willing to teach new players and once you get the hang of it, you will never stop playing it. Much of Squad requires team work and coordination, which makes Squad very much a game of tactics and smarts. Having a decent and communicating team and squad, can mean the difference between victory or defeat!

ARK, what an experience! Wake up stranded, naked and freezing on a mysterious and foreign island, with nothing but your Bonds underwear and bare hands.

ARK has a variety of features that you will love such as hunting, planting and growing of crops, harvesting resources and crafting of items, taming of dinosaurs and creatures (no better feeling than riding a giant Dino), base construction, and much, much more! Daylight is a precious and appreciated thing in ARK. When night falls you don't want to be stuck in the wilderness with no sight of your home/base and nothing but a little light from your crafted torch, when for all you know there is a T-Rex just around the corner! Losing everything you just gathered is one thing, but trying to return to loot your gear while a Rex is circling it... That's something else entirely.

“I’ll respawn in 5 and kill that sniper, and then I’ll top the scoreboard and carry my team to victory…what team?” The common thought that goes through many modern first person shooter players as they grind their way through games. Constantly being rewarded for common in-game actions. Mainstream titles such as Call of Duty, Battlefield and Battlefront give emphasis on individualism and the need to be a great individual player, rendering them as one-men-armies against everyone in the server. As dying becomes irrelevant and having the luxury of respawning back into the battlefield, the concepts of objective based gameplay, team cohesion and communication fly straight out of their barrels. In Rainbow Six: Siege, you won’t find any of this nonsense.