10 Best NEW PC Games To Play In February 2022


February is shaping up to be a great month for new PC games to play, quite a few games on this list I’m looking forward to. Let’s go! SPOILERS BELOW!!! 00:00 Best new PC games coming in February 2022 00:31 Dying Light 2 [PC, PS5, XSX] – February 4 03:16 Sifu [PC, PS5] – February 8 05:32 OlliOlli World [PC, PS5, XSX, Switch] – February 8 06:45 Lost Ark [PC] – February 11 10:24 SWTOR: Legacy of the Sith [PC] – February 15 12:01 Total War: Warhammer 3 [PC] – February 17 13:22 Destiny 2: The Witch Queen [PC, PS5, XSX] – February 22 14:54 Elden Ring [PC, PS5, XSX] – February 24 17:09 Guild Wars 2 The End of Dragons [PC] – February 28 Other notable games… 6:49 PM Life is Strange, The Waylanders, Warzone S2, KoF15, Martha is Dead, Grid Legends… 7:05 PM Rumbleverse (delayed) 7:46 PM Thanks for watching! #NewGames #PC #UpcomingGames My Gear: Computer – Doghouse Armor TL https://www.doghousesystems.com/ (use code FORCE for a free 500GB SSD with purchase of any system) Helmet – V -MODA Crossfade M-100 https://amzn.to/3w7NVNk Microphone – Shure SM7B https://amzn.to/2NZdWxn Mixer – GOXLR Mini https://amzn.to/2P60jgu .



  1. I don’t play KTOR because it’s responsible for the death of Rift, and I feel had it not been overhyped than Trion could of made a bit more cash for it expansion and wouldn’t have been sold off. Then the original team could have done what they planned.

  2. Considering the "pay to progress faster" aspects of Lost Ark apparently do not give advantages or disadvantages to classes during PVP, I don't think there is anything wrong with giving the grinding experience an optional, paid boost.

    I believe you can essentially pay for a skip in FFXIV, which is a game you must already pay monthly for once the trial is up.

    And I've heard WoW has gotten even worse with this stuff.

    Either way, an otherwise completely free to play game such as Lost Ark needs some way to pay its already underpaid but devoted employees, so I won't count this monetization as a negative until I hear it annihilates the balance of the game.

  3. I've been looking for 5 months for a game to look interesting to my taste. I loved Subnautica (one). I enjoyed Riftbraker, Grounded, God of War and I found Horizon Zero Dawn an excellent game. Elden Ring looks promising. Lets wait and see.

  4. I just tried playing SWTOR again after several years…. after playing ESO and New World…. I just can't get back into that tab target playstyle. I wish I could because I loved the story and voice acting

  5. Is SWTOR good lately?
    I remember that i loved to play, but the thing that made quit the game, was the crafting and everything about it. Was so limited so frustrating to do that.
    It was a good game, but that craft BS made me hate it so much.

  6. Hey Force, would you mind adding Epic Games exclusive to the description where you put [PC, PS5]? Thanks, love your videos, they are the best game news videos on YouTube for me. Been watching since the Force Feed days.

  7. Yo you hit the nail on the head with the comment about Destiny 2 when you said "You dislike the fact that you no longer have content that you paid for" This is 100% what I tell my friends or people when they ask why I no longer play or like Destiny. I've played Destiny since it first came out on PS4. Hell my PS4 was the white Destiny edition. I wanna play the content that I paid for not play it for a few months and then get replaced by new content never to be seen again.

  8. Elden ring for sure. It took them way too long to release lost ark to the west. I wanna play it but them kinda games I’m too competitive and I know people will just wallet through it. So it’s a maybe. Tempted to go back to destiny with that dlc. I might try war hammer but I never played the other games so I’m not too sure on it. Life is strange is the only game I watched someone Ells play lol. Loved it. It was like a big movie. dying light looks a little boring to be honest. Peace ✌️

  9. I don't really get the aversion for having some form of "pay to skip" in a huge MMO game like Lost Ark. The people that have a lot of gaming time on their hands can just play it all day, while the people that have jobs and responsibilities can choose to pay to skip some of the grind. You can not buy items to make you directly stronger in any way and you can choose not to engage with the paid content at all.

    I think it's a great addition to a F2P grindy game, and I totally understand that the developer wants to earn money outside of vanity skins. It sounds entitled to expect that the only form of paid content in a game like this is skins.

    This model is mechanically similar to Warframe and other games like that, and it works great.


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