Another month has arrived and we’ll see lots of new games with it. March 2021’s PC game releases include Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, Balan Wonderworld, Stronghold: Warlords, Total War: Three Kingdoms – Fates Divided, and Evil Genius 2. We’ll also have a slew of Kingdom Hearts titles that will finally arrive on PCs.
Note: Take a look at our February 2021 article to see if you missed out on a game this past month. For all the other content drops this year, and those in 2022 and beyond, check out our full PC game release dates listing.
March 2021 PC game releases: Balan Wonderworld, Yakuza 6, Stronghold: Warlords, Kingdom Hearts series, and more
Maquette (Graceful Decay): March 2
A puzzle game where objects can be simultaneously tiny and huge.
Loop Hero (Four Quarters): March 4
Use your deck of cards to place buildings, terrains, and enemies along your path or “loop” as you complete your hero’s adventure.
Everhood (Chris Nordgren and Jordi Roca): March 4
An RPG that uses musical battles as a mechanic.
Stronghold: Warlords (FireFly Studios): March 9
Stronghold: Warlords is all about shoring up your castle’s defenses and storming the walls in a siege battle. The focus would be on the Far East as you get to control warlords themselves — khans, samurai, imperial generals, and more — during your conquests.
Total War: Three Kingdoms – Fates Divided (Creative Assembly): March 11
Total War: Three Kingdoms – Fates Divided is a chapter pack DLC that adds the 200 A.D. start date. In it, Cao Cao and Yuan Shao will batter for hegemony over the north, while other lords continue to stake their claim in the Han Empire.
Pascal’s Wager: Definitive Edition (TipsWorks): March 12
This Souls-like action-RPG originally released for mobile devices back in January 2020. Now, this edition arrives on PCs, and it includes all previously released content.
R.B.I. Baseball 21 (MLB): March 16
Will the next game in the franchise score a home run?
Eximius: Seize the Frontline (Ammobox Studios): March 16
A game that combines both FPS and RTS. Its 5v5 multiplayer has each term comprised of four officers and one commander. It leaves Early Access this March 2021.
Mundaun (Hidden Fields): March 16
A horror game set in the Alps. It uses hand-penciled designs to create a distinct atmosphere.
Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse (Aspyr): March 16
This seems to be just a re-release of the 2005 game.
Endzone – A World Apart (Gentlymad Studios): March 18
This city-building game set in a post-apocalyptic landscape leaves Early Access this March 2021.
Minute of Islands (Studio Fizbin): March 18
This adventure-platformer has you exploring colorful locales and distinct islands.
Cartel Tycoon (Moon Moose): March 18 (Early Access)
This isn’t just city-building. Rather, it’s also about managing and growing your drug empire.
Overcooked! All You Can Eat (Team 17): March 23
The first two Overcooked games, and all content in between, arrives in March 2021. Overcooked! All You Can Eat will support 4K resolutions, online mode, and cross-platform play.
Arkham Horror: Mother’s Embrace (Asmodee Digital): March 23
Enter a world of madness and horror as you explore Miskatonic University, Arkham Asylum, and the bayous of Louisiana.
Sanity of Morris (Alterego Games): March 23
Investigate a town to search for clues about your missing father. But, be very careful as you might just encounter a deadly threat.
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (Sega): March 25
A remastered version of the latest Yakuza game. Yakuza 6 was expected to come out for PCs in 2019 according to Sega’s financial report, but we’ll be seeing it in March 2021 instead.
It Takes Two (Hazelight Studios): March 26
This platformer lets you play with a buddy via couch co-op or online (your pal could even play for free via a Friend’s Pass). It’s the second collaboration between Josef Fares/Hazelight Studios and EA (the game is part of the EA Originals banner).
Balan Wonderworld (Square Enix): March 26
This adventure-platformer has your characters gaining abilities from colorful and stylish costumes.
Spacebase Startopia (Realmforge Studios): March 26
Build and maintain your space station, bring in a few alien races, and defend from attacks.
Kingdom Hearts series (Square Enix): March 30
Four Kingdom Hearts games will make their way to PCs at the end of March 2021. The games are:
- Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 Remix
- Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue
- Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind
- Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory
Evil Genius 2: World Domination (Rebellion): March 30
The first game released all the way back in 2004. The sequel will be releasing in 2021 and it’s ready to kick down the doors of the baddie’s lair. No, wait — you’re the bad guy, and it’s up to you to set up your defenses and train your minions to stave off the heroes.
The Binding of Isaac: Repentance (Nicalis): March 31
One of the most successful action roguelikes will have an expansion (since it requires Rebirth), though the sheer amount of content makes it more akin to a sequel. The Binding of Isaac: Repentance will feature 130 new items, a hundred more enemies, 25 bosses, and thousands of new rooms.
Buildings Have Feelings Too! (Blackstaff Games): March 2021
This quirky city-building game has a twist: it features buildings that can talk to each other, and they even have their own hopes and aspirations.
Disco Elysium – The Final Cut (ZA/UM): March 2021
Disco Elysium – The Final Cut adds new characters, political vision quests, cutscenes, full voice-overs, and more. It’s also a free upgrade for all current owners of the game.
What do you think about March 2021’s offerings? Are there any PC game releases and content drops you’re looking forward to this month? Let us know.
Note: All release dates are for North America.