Sledgehammer takes Call of Duty back to its roots, refining rather than redefining the series for the best entry in years.
A bizarrely hollow yet mechanically competent open world action RPG that struggles to justify its own existence.
LawBreakers is an inventive, electric and expertly engineered classic competitive shooter that deserves your time.
David Jaffe returns with an obnoxious, sketchy shooter that packs a surprising - if not entirely pleasant - punch.
In a banner year for first-person shooters, Respawn delivers what might well be the best.
With noble intentions but scrappy delivery, Verdun is a bit of a mess.
Gearbox's blend of shooter and MOBA is generous and inventive, but the marriage of genres doesn't fully convince.
A characterful and generous shooter, though its lack of balance is a thorn in its side.
An original and tactically broad multiplayer shooter, but one lacking in physical, tangible satisfaction in its combat.