Dead Or Alive 6 (Bandai Namco): March 1
Punch, kick and tackle your opponents with the newest entry to one of the longest-running fighting game franchises. Dead or Alive 6 will focus more on tight gameplay elements, less so with fan service sexy stuff.
Left Alive (Square Enix): March 5
Set in a war-torn, futuristic cityscape, you must use your wits and firearms to defeat mercs and mechs.
The Occupation (White Paper Games): March 5
After multiple delays, The Occupation is finally set to release in February 2019. It will feature a first-person adventure where you need to investigate clues relating to a terrifying incident and underhanded actions that will undermine the populace.
Destiny 2: Joker’s Wild (Bungie): March 5
The second mini-DLC that’s part of Destiny 2’s Annual Pass, Joker’s Wild focuses on The Drifter and new twists to Gambit.
Devil May Cry 5 (Capcom): March 8
A direct sequel to the original series featuring Dante and Nero.
Path Of Exile: Synthesis (Grinding Gear Games): March 8
The latest expansion to the free-to-play ARPG will feature a memory node dungeon, new crafting mechanics, and a spell/skills revamp.
Truberbrook (btf): March 12
A point-and-click mystery game with sci-fi elements, set in a picturesque German town in the 1960s.
RICO (Ground Shatter): March 14
Procedurally-generated levels with co-op play, and lots of baddies to shoot.
The Division 2 (Ubisoft): March 15
The sequel to Ubisoft’s entry into the shared-world shooter genre, this time, The Division heads to Washington D.C.
One Piece: World Seeker (Bandai Namco): March 15
For the first time in the anime-based gaming series, you’ll finally get to explore an open-world environment with Monkey D. Luffy.
Satisfactory (Coffee Stain Studios): March 19 (EGS)
An FPS open-world factory building sim.
We. The Revolution (Polyslash): March 21
Set during the tumultuous French Revolution, you preside over courtroom cases. Whether you spare defendants or send them to the guillotine is up to you.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (FromSoftware): March 22
From the director of Bloodborne and Dark Souls. Expect fast-paced, brutal combat.
Generation Zero (Avalance Studios): March 26
Battling mechs and surviving with friends in the forests and cities of Sweden.
Outward (Nine Dots Studio): March 26
An open-world RPG with survival elements. Outward has you brave the elements and predators, and you can go at it alone or with a friend.
The Walking Dead: The Final Season – Episode 4 (Skybound Entertainment): – March 26
The final episode of the final season, and, more than likely, the final time we’ll meet Clementine and company.
Grim Dawn: Forgotten Gods (Crate Entertainment): March 27
The expansion takes you to the burning deserts while adding the Oathkeeper mastery, more dungeons, and mountains of loot.
Tropico 6 (Limbic Entertainment): March 29
El Presidente is back and it’s time for you to once again rule your island nation.
Assassin’s Creed III Remastered / Assassin’s Creed Liberation Remastered – March 29
Both these older games in the Assassin’s Creed franchise will make their return in March 2019.