Itâ€™s been one hell of a year, eh? Or one hellish year, whichever youâ€™d prefer. 2020 was already on track to be a weird one for video games, with new consoles just over the horizon. The transition is always awkward, as publishers rush out their last few efforts before the door closes and everyone stops caring about the â€œoldâ€� consoles forever.
But obviously a world in flames has made the release schedule even more volatile than expected. Most of the springâ€™s big gamesâ€”Cyberpunk 2077, Vampire: The Masquerade â€“ Bloodlines 2, Wasteland 3, Watch Dogs Legionâ€”were pushed to the end of the year, leaving us to celebrateâ€¦Halo 2?