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    Rest of 2019 – Unconfirmed Dates/Timetables

    The following PC games are expected to release in 2019 but no dates/timetables have been specified:

    Among Trees (FJRD Interactive): Steam Early Access

    A survival sandbox set in a lush wilderness with, of course, trees!

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    Ashen (Aurora 44)

    An ARPG that offers “passive” multiplayer and Souls-like combat.

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    Babylon’s Fall (Platinum Games)

    Battle against formidable gods as a mysterious Nomad.

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    Battletoads (Rare)

    Featuring 4K hand-drawn graphics and three-player couch co-op, the Battletoads finally make their return to modern gaming. We’re hoping the side-scrolling beat-em-up is still as frustratingly difficult as ever. Battletoads will be available for Xbox Game Pass users who will be able to play it on PC.

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    Darksiders Genesis (Airship Syndicate)

    The first ever top-down, Diablo-esque reimagining for the Darksiders franchise will feature another Horseman, Strife.

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    Desperados 3 (Minimi Productions)

    A real-time strategy game set in the wild west.

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    Detroit: Become Human (Quantic Dream)

    Technology has advanced, and androids are everywhere.

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    Divinity: Fallen Heroes (Larian Studios/Logic Artists)

    Continues the story of Divinity 2, and will be more tactics-oriented.

    Eastshade (Eastshade Studios)

    A visually stunning looking title where you are a traveling painter exploring the island of Eastshade.

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    Final Fantasy VIII Remastered (Square Enix)

    Squall, Rinoa, Zell, Quistis, and the gang all return in this (slightly) remastered version that celebrates Final Fantasy VIII’s 20th anniversary.

    Godhood (Abbey Games)

    The makers of Renowned Explorers are back with a title that lets you play as a deity. Command your followers and make non-believers tremble.

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    u (Spiders)

    Set in a world that mixes medieval combat and exploration along with magic, fantasy, and otherworldly creatures. Originally planned as a 2018 release, Greedfall will instead release later this year.

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    Halo: The Master Chief Collection (Microsoft)

    Get ready to relive the Halo saga all over again.

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    In The Valley Of The Gods (Campo Santo)

    A new first-person exploration game from the makers of Firewatch. Egypt is the setting.

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    Journey To The Savage Planet (Typhoon Studios)

    Details are sparse but we’re looking at a survival-type game in a hostile, alien environment.

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    Kingdom Under Fire 2 (Gameforge)

    Many since it first released in Asia, the MMORPG/strategy game hybrid will finally head to the west later this year.

    Kings of Lorn: Fall of Ebris (TeamKill)

    In this survival horror, your own beloved king has destroyed the world in his ravenous lust for immortality. Can you save Lunaris.

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    Konami Anniversary Collection: Contra (Konami)

    More classic games celebrating Konamicas’s 50th anniversary will arrive from the Contra franchise.

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    Maneater (Tripwire Interactive)

    Explore the sunken depths and tear divers limb from limb, Jaws-style, while you play as an evolving shark!

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    Mavericks Proving Grounds (Automaton)

    Large-scale battle royale promising a thousand players running and gunning in the same map.

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    Mosaic (Krillbite Studio)

    The monotony and depression of the modern, urban lifestyle will be featured in Mosaic.

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    Sable (Shedworks)

    Sable is a coming-of-age tale of discovery through exploration across a strikingly rendered open world desert.

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    Scavengers (Midwinter)

    Co-op, survival, and PvP in a post-apocalyptic frozen world are the highlights of Scavengers.

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    Session (Microsoft)

    He’s possessed to skate.

    Shovel Knight Showdown / Shovel Knight: King Of Cards (Yacht Club Games)

    The final two expansions that will complete the Shovel Knight saga. Showdown pits up to four characters in an arena battler (think Smash Bros.), whereas King of Cards is a side-scroller/platformer that allows you to take control of the King Knight. Both expansions are already included in the Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove package but they can still be purchased separately.

    Update: Delayed for several months.

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    Skull and Bones (Ubisoft)

    Swashbuckling, open world multiplayer pirate title.

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    Starbase (Frozenbyte)

    An MMORPG set in an expanding universe with destructible environments. Will be releasing via Steam Earyl Access this year.

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    Telling Lies (Sam Barlow/Furious Bee)

    Following the footsteps of Her Story, Telling Lies will let you piece together the narratives from four different individuals to discover the truth.

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    Terraria: Journey’s End (Re-Logic)

    Is it an expansion, or is it a major update? Well, it’s both. Terraria: Journey’s End will become the fourth major patch for the game. It will feature a new difficulty mode, a bestiary, more enemies and items, and, well, even golf!

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    The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics (BonusXP)

    A game with around 80 turn-based battles set in a fantasy world that’s based on a Netflix series.

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    The Church in the Darkness (Paranoid Productions)

    Set in the 1970s, players will have to infiltrate a religious cult The game’s story involves searching for your nephew in the isolated confines of Freedom Town, a settlement established by fanatics Rebecca and Issac Walker deep in the South American jungle.

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    The Forgotten City (Modern Storyteller)

    Now a standalone game based on the award-winning Skyrim mod.

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    The Last Campfire (Hello Games)

    An artistic and intriguing adventure from the makers of No Man’s Sky.

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    Tunic (Andrew Shouldice)

    A cutesy adventure featuring a heroic fox.

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    Twin Mirror (DONTNOD)

    Dark psychological thriller from the team behind Life Is Strange.

    Valfaris (Steel Mantis)

    Retro art style, gritty combat, side-scrolling navigation, and heavy metal!

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    World of Warcraft Classic (Blizzard)

    Return to the very beginning when the plot wasn’t so convoluted and Blizzard’s MMORPG juggernaut was but an infant looking to take the gaming world by storm.

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    Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair (Playtonic Games)

    The next platform-adventure game in the Yooka-Laylee series.

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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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