There's no Champions League final this weekend, which will no doubt please Loris Karius. There is football in the form of international friendlies, but no one cares about those. With the NBA finals not scheduled to continue until Monday and nothing else going on, we guess we're going to have to play some actual video games until the World Cup starts.
Sammy Barker, Editor
I'm playing Onrush, I think. We had a bit of a mix-up with the review scheduling which means I've yanked this one from right under Tailby's nose – much to his chagrin, I think.
Glen Fox, Guides Editor
I haven’t had a chance to play much Dark Souls this week, so looking forward to playing that most of tomorrow. Will also check out Vampyr, which is solid if a little janky so far. Full review coming next week right here!
Stephen Tailby, Senior Staff Writer
I have plenty to be getting on with this weekend. I'll be taking a short trip back to the Rook Islands in Far Cry 3: Classic Edition, and there are two intriguing little games sat on my dashboard, awaiting their fate in a future issue of Indie Bin. At the forefront of my mind, however, is Moonlighter, to which I have inevitably become addicted.
Alex Stinton, Reviewer
This weekend, I’ll be heading to the UK Games Expo to check out games of the analogue variety. When I eventually get back to the digital gaming realm, I’ll be making poor choices galore as I aim to finish up the story in Detroit: Become Human.
Gabriella Petty, Reviewer
I'm reaching what feels like Detroit: Become Human’s final hours. I’m planning on replaying a few chapters to see the different outcomes, then might give Assassin’s Creed Origins a whirl thereafter.
Victor Nowogurski, Moderator
Well with the recent announcement of Assassin's Creed Odyssey what better time than now to attempt to finish Assassin's Creed Origins. Along with that I will be playing Call of Duty: WWII and Overwatch and in between all that I have Game Dev Tycoon.
What are you playing this weekend, then? Share your gaming schedule in the comments section below.