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Every PS5 video game delay in 2021 — and their upcoming release dates

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced developers to adapt their work pipelines and finish games from home. This has led to multiple delays. Last year began with a slew of high-profile game delays, most notably Cyberpunk 2077 and the Final Fantasy 7 Remake, but then COVID-19 struck and threw the games industry through a loop. Now that we're into 2021, we'll only be seeing more delays as developers truly begin to understand the effects of the pandemic on their work pipeline. One of the first major delays to come this year was Hogwarts Legacy, being pushed into 2022. We've compiled a list of every game that has been delayed into 2021 and beyond. Some of these games have been delayed indefinitely, while others have release windows or a final release date. We'll continually update this list as more games are delayed. Jump to: Back 4 Blood Deathloop Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Dying Light 2 Far Cry 6 Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach God of War Ragnarok G

Grab the HyperX Cloud gaming on sale headset this Prime Day

Prime Day already has deals on some of the best wireless earbuds out there, but earbuds aren't always the best for longer gaming sessions. That's when a nice headset comes into play. Unless you have a ridiculous setup, your television speakers are likely no match for a dedicated headset that can deliver immersive directional audio. Speaking from experience, there are some noises that I can't hear with my television speakers, but I can with a headset. HyperX offers discounts on several headset models today, including the HyperX Cloud, officially licensed for PlayStation. If the fact that it's a wired connection isn't a deal-breaker, you should absolutely consider picking it up. The HyperX Cloud features 53-millimeter drivers, a detachable microphone, memory foam earcups, in-line audio controls, and an aluminum frame to keep it all together. HyperX Cloud | $30 off at Amazon The HyperX Cloud wired headset is officially licensed for PlayStation and features me

One of the best gaming headsets is discounted for Prime Day

Some of the best PS5 headsets are on sale for Prime Day , so this is the perfect time to pick one up if you're in the market for a new one. Your regular television speakers just can't compare, and a headset is especially convenient if you're gaming early in the morning or late at night and don't want to wake anyone up. When it comes to these headsets, very few beat what SteelSeries offers with its Arctis lineup. The Arctis 3, on sale for $20 off today, is a versatile headset compatible with most systems, including PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, and mobile. With its signature ski goggle suspension headband, its comfort is nearly unparalleled. You likely won't find a better headset at just $50. SteelSeries Arctis 3 | $20 off at Amazon SteelSeries makes some of the most comfortable gaming headsets in the business, and the Arctis 3 is no different. Compatible with PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, VR, and mobile, you'll be able to use it on almost any device.

Should you get the Oculus Quest 2 or the Valve Index?

Light on its feet Oculus Quest 2 $300 at GameStop Pros Cheap Chordless No setup Versatile Cons Uncomfortable in extended play sessions Forced Facebook integration The Oculus Quest 2 brings a few quality of life improvements and resolution upgrades to Facebook's revolutionary take on VR that blends the chordless user experience of mobile VR with nearly PC-caliber experiences. That said, it doesn't shake things up quite the same way that the original Quest did. Heavy-Hitter Valve Index $1,480 at Amazon Pros Best premium headset on the market Built for high-performance High-quality controllers Cons Expensive Finicky setup Bad for first-timers Requires a gaming PC The Index is the benchmark for premium VR gaming. Not only is it built to seamlessly work with Valve's PC gaming platform, Steam, but it also boasts the best hardware in its class. While Valve's other hardware has consistently missed the mark, the Index is a clear hit. The Ocul

Every armor set in Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart

Armor up Ratchet and Rivet before taking down their enemies. Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart features several armor sets that both Ratchet and Rivet can wear throughout the game, giving them damage buffs and other benefits. Each armor set is comprised of three pieces; the helmet, chest, and boots. Without all three pieces of a complete set, you won't get their collection bonus buffs. Thankfully, each map tells you exactly where to find the armor you need. It's then all about exploring the area and picking it up. You'll find most pieces within optional dimensional rifts that feature platforming puzzles of some kind, and there are eight total sets to be found. Here's every armor set in Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and the buffs that they offer: Galactic Ranger Description: The classic helmet of the Solana Galactic Rangers. The Galactic Rangers' chest armor is forged with justice and Raritarium. The Galactic Rangers' pants protect the galaxy... and your legs

Every weapon you can buy in Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart

Ms. Zurkon has a lot of weapons for you to buy, so save up those bolts. Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart wouldn't be much without the arsenal of weapons at your disposal. As you progress throughout the game, you'll be able to purchase new weapons from Ms. Zurkon with all of the bolts you collect. Because ammo can sometimes be scarce and because of the wide variety of weapons, I highly recommend switching between several instead of sticking to just one. You'll want to purchase the entire lot to make the most out of combat. Here's every weapon you can get in Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart: Jump to: Blast Pistol The Executor Shatterbomb Mr. Fungi Topiary Sprinkler Large Negatron Collider Wreckochet Lightning Rod Drillhound Void Reactor Cold Snap Glove of Doom Bombardier Buzz Blades Peacemaker Blackhole Storm Headhunter Ryno 8 Blast Pistol Description: Fires three shots of hot plasma at once. Accuracy decreases if shots are fired in a stream. The