September 2019

    Spyro Reignited Trilogy (Toys for Bob/Iron Galaxy) – September 3

    Remastered HD versions of old classics — Spyro the Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage, and Spyro: Year of the Dragon.

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    Conan: Chop Chop (Mighty Kingdom) – September 3

    A four-player co-op game using cutesy sprites though it’s based on the Conan the Barbarian universe.

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    Last Oasis (Donkey Crew) – July 15 early access; September 3 release

    A nomadic survival MMO where you need to keep moving on board your contraptions to survive and avoid the harsh, scorching sun. Last Oasis will be available as a Steam early access title in July. The full release is expected on September 3, 2019.

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    Gears 5 (The Coalition/Xbox Game Studios) – September 10

    The new heroine Kait is set to take on the Swarm in the next chapter for the Gears of War franchise.

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    MechWarrior 5 (Piranha Games): September 10

    Piranha Games take their MechWarrior expertise offline in this single-player game in the Mechwarrior universe. It’s been a long time coming and it will cater for up to four player co-op and modding. Sounds pretty damn good to us.

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    Borderlands 3 (Gearbox Software): September 13

    The next big game from the looter-shooter franchise will be an Epic exclusive until April 2020.

    Destiny 2: Shadowkeep (Bungie) – September 17

    Destiny 2: New Light (Bungie) – September 17

    I’ve decided to combine both these titles into one so as to better explain them. Shadowkeep is the new Destiny 2 expansion that takes place on the Moon… because the Moon is haunted.

    I digress. Anyway, Shadowkeep will move the story forward with new adventures, raids, and activities. It’s technically Destiny 2’s “Year 3” content.

    As for Destiny 2: New Light, this is the free-to-play version of the game that will also launch on the same day. New Light will contain “Year 1” content — vanilla, Curse of Osiris, and Warmind. Some “Year 2” (Forsaken) and “Year 3” (Shadowkeep) content will be included such as Gambit Prime and free-roaming on the Moon world space respectively.

    Those who purchase Shadowkeep will, naturally, have access to New Light content already. Those who are playing the free-to-play New Light version will still need to purchase Forsaken and/or Shadowkeep if they want to play the additional content.

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    Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered (Level-5/Bandai Namco) – September 20

    A remaster of the original game in the series which will also support 4K resolution. It will be releasing on Steam, although the store page is still unavailable.

    FIFA 20 (EA Sports) – September 23

    It’s football, it’s the beautiful game. It’s FIFA, and it’s the 20th mainline game in the franchise. A new mode called Volta, featuring street football, will also be part of the game.

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    The Surge 2 (Deck 13): September 24

    The game will include many of the features from the first game such as the limb targetting but promises to expand on the mechanics in the sequel.

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    Code Vein (Bandai Namco) – September 28

    The game is set in the not too distant future where a mysterious disaster had caused the world to collapse. Players join a secret society of vampire Revenants with supernatural abilities that need blood to survive. Give in to the bloodlust fully and risk becoming one of the Lost which are described as ghouls devoid of any remaining humanity.

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    Phoenix Point (Snapshot Games): September 2019

    Julian Gollop’s latest game which was easily crowdfunded bringing more XCOM-like gameplay to PC gamers.

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    Everreach: Project Eden

    A futuristic sci-fi RPG made by former Mass Effect devs. Everreach: Project Eden might be a little bit on the short side, however, as the story is only expected to last eight hours.

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    Jason Rodriguez
    I'm a small business owner who's also writing on the side, contributing in various websites under the Enthusiast Gaming umbrella -- Destructoid, Flixist, Daily Esports, PlayStation Enthusiast, and PC Invasion. My Steam library has 1,131 games at the moment so we definitely have a lot of things to talk about.

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