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Game Zone Podcast: New Windows 11 PCs, Street Fighter 6 Release, Final Fantasy 16 Launch, and More! - The Tech Loft Podcast


Welcome to the Game Zone podcast, hosted by Sal, where you'll get the latest news from the world of PC and console gaming. In this episode, we have exciting announcements from CES 2023, where top partners revealed their new Windows 11 PCs for gaming and content creation. From portable powerhouses to beefy home rigs, there's something for everyone. Notably, iBUYPOWER introduced their custom PCs with the sleek HYTE Y40 case, offering a great design and excellent airflow.

We also have release dates for highly anticipated games of 2023. Street Fighter 6, launching on June 2nd for PS5, PS4, XSX|S, and PC, promises stunning graphics, fluid gameplay, and a roster of new and returning characters. Pre-orders are available, and there's an exclusive costume pack for early birds. RPG enthusiasts can look forward to Final Fantasy 16, releasing on June 22nd exclusively for PS5. Set in a dark world fuelled by crystals, the game follows Clive Rosfield, a knight protecting his powerful brother Joshua, offering real-time combat, strategic depth, and an expansive story. 

For a different gaming experience, consider Crime Boss: Rockay City, an open-world game set in an 80s Miami-inspired city. Rise from the streets to the top of the criminal underworld, exploring, driving, shooting, and interacting with characters. With online multiplayer modes for collaboration and competition, Crime Boss: Rockay City launches in June for PS5 and XSX|S.

Looking beyond 2023, there are more exciting games to anticipate, including Diablo 4, Starfield, Assassin's Creed Mirage, Alan Wake 2, Baldur's Gate 3, and many others. Visit the website or follow Game Zone on social media for updates. 

 That concludes today's episode of the Game Zone podcast. Stay tuned for more gaming news next week. Happy gaming!


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