February 2021 PC game release dates
The following PC games are expected to release in February 2021.
Note: The schedules are subject to change.
Valheim (Iron Gate AB): February 2 (Early Access)
Build your own longship, battle deadly foes, and survive the Viking Age.
Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood (Cyanide Studio): February 4
Master your transformations and annihilate your foes in this action game set in the World of Darkness universe.
Blue Fire (ROBI Studios): February 4
Explore the world of Penumbra in this cutesy action-platformer.
Nioh 2 – Complete Edition (Koei Tecmo): February 5
Defeat hordes of deadly foes in the sequel to the hit Souls-like game. Nioh 2 – Complete Edition has all the content, including its three DLCs.
Destiny 2 – Season 13 (Bungie): February 9
It’s time for Guardians to continue to the fight (and the grind) in Destiny 2‘s upcoming season.
Little Nightmares II (Tarsier Studios): February 11
This creepy horror-adventure game will have you facing off against new threats.
Shattered – Tale of the Forgotten King (Redlock Studio): February 17
This Souls-like title with an unconventional design leaves Steam’s Early Access program this February 2021.
Persona 5 Strikers (Atlus) February 23
Prepare for the Persona 5 spinoff with a touch of Dynasty Warriors-esque hack-and-slash action. In Persona 5 Strikers, you’ll bring your party, face foes, and unleash devastating attacks and combos.
Curse of the Dead Gods (Passtech Games): February 23
Delve into temples and their labyrinthian rooms, obtain relics and weapons, and survive in this action roguelike. Curse of the Dead Gods leaves Early Access this February 2021.
Fantasy General II: Evolution (Owned by Gravity): February 25
The next Fantasy General II expansion adds 20 missions and allows you to play as a lizardman hero, Szzlag the Devourer.
Dead Age 2 (Silent Dreams): February 2021
Dead Age 2 is an Early Access title that I was able to check out last year. It’s expected to launch this February. However, the launch window could also be extended until March 2021.