PC Game Release Date List 2019 – 2020

PC Game Release Date List 2019 – 2020

Rest of 2019 – Unconfirmed Dates/Timetables

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

Age of Wonders: Planetfall (Triumph Studios)

Planetfall is a sci-fi themed Age of Wonders title which has been in development at Triumph for the past three years and it’s coming to PC and consoles in 2019.

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Among Trees (FJRD Interactive): Steam Early Access

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

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Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey (Panache Digital Games)

From the mind behind the Assassin’s Creed franchise comes a very unique adventure/survival game. You take control of humanity’s primate ancestors who slowly but surely pass on their traits as you get closer to the beginning of homo sapiens.

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Ashen (Aurora 44)

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

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Biomutant (THQ Nordic)

An open-world adventure game that combines shooting, melee combat, martial arts, and even mutant abilities.

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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.

Code Vein (Bandai Namco)

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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Control (Remedy)

Control is Jesse Fadens’s story. The main plot focuses on her personal search for answers as she grows into the role of the Director. The world of Control has its own story, as do the allies Jesse meets along the way. Side-quests and Secrets are everywhere. Jesse works with other Bureau agents, decodes cryptic ciphers and discovers strange Bureau experiments.

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DOOM Eternal (id Software)

More DOOM and it’s hell on Earth.

Dying Light 2 (Techland)

Few details revealed so far but Chris Avelone will be writing the story. Expect more zombies and parkouring.

Eastshade (Eastshade Studios)

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

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Fimbul (Zaxis)

A single-player comic book game where you play as a berserker in the last winter before Ragnarok, the end of the world.

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Gears 5 (The Coalition)

The latest in the gritty and pulse-pounding Gears of War franchise.

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Generation Zero (Avalanche)

Fight robots with your buddies in this open-world co-op title st in an alternative 1980s.

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Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure (Stuck in the Attic)

An artistic point-and-click story where you try to cure your cursed talking cat whilst exploring Transylvania.

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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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Halo Infinite (Microsoft)

It’s more Master Chief and more Halo. What more can you ask for?

Imperator: Rome (Paradox Interactive)

The new grand strategy from the master as Paradox Interactive. A game set in the classical world from the glory days of Athens to the establishment of the Roman Empire four centuries later.

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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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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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Layers Of Fear (Bloober Team/Aspyr)

A sequel to the hit horror game.

Mavericks Proving Grounds (Automaton)

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

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Metal Wolf Chaos XD (FromSoftware)

The elusive Japanese game finally gets a release.

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Minecraft Dungeons (Mojang)

Classic dungeon-crawling in the style and universe of Minecraft.

My Friend Pedro (Devolver Digital)

Action-platformer shooter where you obey a sentient banana.

Night Call (MonkeyMoon)

Noir investigation game set in Paris.

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Ori And The Will Of The Wisps (Moon Studios)

The sequel to Ori and the Blind Forest is expected to release some time in 2019.

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Psychonauts 2 (Double Fine)

The long-awaited sequel to one of gaming’s greatest cult classics.

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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.

Skull and Bones (Ubisoft)

Swashbuckling, open world multiplayer pirate title.

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Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order (Respawn Entertainment)

After the events of Revenge of the Sith, a young Padawan must use every means available to survive the rising Galactic Empire.

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The Blackout Club (Question)

A co-op horror game where you play as teenagers out to solve a paranormal mystery happening in their town. It’s currently in Steam Early Access but will be launching in 2019.

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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 Dark Pictures: Man of Medan (Supermassive Games)

The makers of Until Dawn bring their craft to multiple systems, including PC, in this tale of darkness and dread on the Ourang Medan.

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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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The Outer Worlds (Obsidian Entertainment)

This looks like the Fallout game you’ve been waiting for so long. Sorry, Fallout 76.

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The Surge 2 (Deck 13)

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.

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.

Weedcraft (Devolver Digital)

Marijuana getting legalized means everyone’s free to kickstart their own business. You can do just that in Weedcraft.

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Wolfenstein Youngblood (MachineGames/Bethesda)

Tells the story of BJ’s twin daughters. This will be a co-op game set in the 1980s.

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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World War Z (Saber Interactive)

The Quake Champions devs are making a World War Z game of some sort, as announced at the Game Awards 2017.

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