July 2019 Pc Game Releases Wolfenstein Youngblood, Shadowbringers, Sea Of Solitude, Beyond Two Souls

July 2019 seems like a fairly quiet month for PC game releases. Still, that’s no reason to sleep on it. We’ll see blockbusters such as Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, and Beyond: Two Souls. We’ll also see SolSeraph, Sea of Solitude, The Blackout Club, Mutant Year Zero: Seed of Evil, and many others.

All these and more come our way for July 2019’s PC game releases. Of course, if you’d like to look further ahead, feel free to check out our updated PC games release date list for rest of the year onwards.

July 2019 Pc Game Releases Wolfenstein Youngblood, Shadowbringers, Sea Of Solitude, Beyond Two Souls, Blackout Club

Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers (Square Enix): July 2

Shadowbringers is the next expansion to the Final Fantasy XIV MMORPG experience. Your journey in Shadowbringers leads you on a path to become the Warrior of Darkness.

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Stranger Things 3: The Game (BonusXP) – July 4

A mobile game that will also have PC and console versions. This will serve as a tie-in for the third season of Stranger Things on Netflix which will also release on the same day.

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Sea Of Solitude (Jo-Mei Games/EA): July 5

A unique adventure in the depths of flooded cities from indie studio Jo-Mei Games. Sea of Solitude will be published by Electronic Arts as an EA Original title.

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Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle (Koei Tecmo): July 5

The Final Battle upgrade pack/DLC will include new characters and some of the latest stories from the anime which released in April in Japan.

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SolSeraph (ACE Team/Sega): July 10

An action-adventure game with a dash of strategy mixed in. Cameron Woolsey considers it as the spiritual successor to ActRaiser.

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Earth Defense Force 5 (ACE Team): July 11

Use your mecha-soldiers versus a new alien threat, and start shouting “EDF! EDF! EDF!”

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Field of Glory: Empires (Ageod): July 11

It’s the Classical Era. Rome is ascendant, Greek kings are fighting, the barbarians are at the borders, and Carthage must be destroyed!

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Blazing Chrome (JoyMasher): July 11

A run-and-gun action game reminiscent of arcade classics.

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Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble (Area 35): July 11

An arcadey strategy wargame with turn-based combat.

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Eagle Island (Pixelnicks): July 11

This platformer retro-style graphics and procedurally-generated levels.

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Griftlands (Kiei Entertainment) – July 11 alpha

A deck-building rogue-like game. The alpha will begin via the Epic Games Store on July 11. A Steam release date is expected in June 2020.

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Streets of Rogue (Matt Dabrowski): July 13

A retro-inspired, top-down action game which takes inspiration from The Binding of Isaac and Nuclear Throne. Streets of Rogue has been in early access for some time and it officially launching this July.

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Night Call (Monkey Moon/Black Muffin): July 17

Night Call is a murder mystery noire game set in Paris. You play as a taxi driver who’s also aiding an investigation.

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Warlocks 2: God Slayers (Frozen District): July 18

A retro art-inspired hack-and-slash adventure which features co-op for up to four players.

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Etherborn (Altered Matter): July 18

A puzzle-platformer game featuring the use of gravity-shifting mechanics.

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FIA European Truck Racing Championship (N-Racing): July 18

Race against competitors in your own 5-tonne, 1,000-horsepower truck.

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Beyond: Two Souls (Quantic Dream): July 22

Experience having psychic powers in this game with characters played by Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe.

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Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus – Heretek (Bulwark Studios): July 23

The expansion to the first Warhammer 40K game to focus on the Adeptus Mechanicus will lead to a confrontation with traitors who have forsaken the Omnissiah. You’ll also have a new class, the Xenarite, who specializes in hybrid, xeno-augmented technology.

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Automachef (Hermes Interactive): July 23

A resource management puzzler where you’ll be able to design kitchens and various machinery that provide the desired yummy goods.

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Vane (Friend & Foe Games): July 23

An adventure game set in a striking and barren desert world.

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Fantasy Strike (Sirlin Games): July 25

Currently an early access title, this fighting game made by David Sirlin (Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, Puzzle Strike), will release on multiple platforms this July.

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood (MachineGames/Bethesda): July 26

Tells the story of BJ Blascowicz’s twin daughters. This will be a co-op game set in the 1980s. The Deluxe Edition will also have a Buddy Pass that lets your friend join your missions and play for free.

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Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot (MachineGames/Bethesda): July 26

Releasing on the same day as Youngblood is this VR game set in the Wolfenstein universe.

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Kill la Kill Game: IF (A+ Games): July 26

A fighting game based on the anime series. The game will release on July 26 in North America, one day after its launch in Japan.

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Unlucky Seven (Puzzling Dream): July 26

An adventure game with “furry” characters.

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The Blackout Club (Question): July 30

A first-person horror game combining stealth, procedurally-generated levels, and co-op with friends. You can check out our preview here. The Blackout Club leaves early access this July.

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Mutant Year Zero: Seed of Evil (The Bearded Ladies): July 30

The expansion takes place after the ending of Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden. There are new missions, locations, and you’ll also meet a new party member — Big Khan, a humanoid moose.

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Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Prophecy (Neocore Games): July 30

A standalone expansion for Neocore’s ARPG, Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr. Releases this July 2019.

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What do you think about July 2019’s PC game releases? Are you excited for anything that’s coming out this month?

Note: Release dates are for North America.

Jason Rodriguez
Jason Rodriguez writes for various websites under the Enthusiast Gaming umbrella -- Destructoid, Flixist, Daily Esports, PlayStation Enthusiast, and PC Invasion. Jason's Steam library has 1,400+ games at the moment so he definitely has a lot of things to talk about. He's also one of only five games journalists from the Philippines. Just kidding. There are definitely more around, but he doesn't know anyone. Mabuhay!

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