from Sascha Lohmüller
In issue 01/20 we go into the final spurt of this year's test autumn, u. a. with reviews on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Death Stranding, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and The Outer Worlds. In addition: XXL preview with an introduction to Diablo 4 and all the news about Overwatch 2.

The holidays are just around the corner, so the last publishers are hurrying to get their big releases for this year. Starring Jedi: Fall Order, Death Stranding, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Need for Speed: Heat, The Outer Worlds, MediEvil and Civilization 6 – and that's what we're testing in the final test of 2019 not everything!

By the way, at the previews of upcoming hits, most publishers are holding back discreetly at this time of year – after all, they do not want to go down in the wave of releases with their news. Big exception: Blizzard. They organize their in-house show Blizzcon every year in November and after last year's disappointment there were two highlights: Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2. We were even able to play the first one and therefore knit an XXL preview of the hell adventure for you.

Apart from that, in the magazine section we are dedicated to the subject of loot boxes and what else could be expected of consumers in the future, or the fascination of villains in video games. In addition, in the next few weeks, our big Christmas raffle will run on – as you already deduct discounts in advance and who will join in our action, but you can also read in the magazine.

The magazine topics in detail:

The cover of the play4 01/20

The cover of the play4 01/20

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  • Cover story: The Big Test Final 2019 – we put the last important games of the year through their paces. Among others, with Death Stranding, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, The Outer Worlds and Need for Speed: Heat.
  • previews: Diablo 4 · Overwatch 2 · Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remastered · Most Wanted
  • Testing: Death Stranding · Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order · Call of Duty: Modern Warfare · The Outer Worlds · MediEvil · Civilization 6 · Need for Speed: Heat · Ghostbusters: The Videogame Remastered · WWE 2K20 · Close to the Sun · Cat Quest 2 · Great shopping guide with all reference games
  • Specials and reports: Icons of the Game Industry: Hideo Kojima · Service Games with No Best Before Date · The Legend of Zelda: Clones and Parodies · Multimedia · XMAS Sweepstakes
  • 170 minutes of videos on the magazine DVD: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order · Diablo 4 · Call of Duty: Modern Warfare · Death Stranding · Need for Speed: Heat · The Outer Worlds u. v. m.

The entire play4 team wishes you lots of fun with the new play4 01/20!

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