Pci 2021 2022 Release Dates

July 2021 PC game release dates

The following PC games are expected to release in July 2021.

Note: The schedules are subject to change.

 

Ys IX: Monstrum Nox (Nihon Falcom): July 6

This JRPG allows you to play as six Monstrum, each with his or her own powers, to try and save the city of Balduq.

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Sniper Elite VR (Just Add Water/Rebellion) July 8

This VR game has you playing as an Italian partisan in World War II. You’ll have to eliminate the dreaded Nazis and Italian fascists.

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Monster Harvest (Maple Powered Games): July 8

Grow and mutate your crops, then take them to battle.

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Boomerang X (DANG!): July 8

This fast-paced game has you fighting otherworldly denizens with your trusty boomerang.

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Sam & Max: This Time It’s Virtual! (HappyGiant): July 8

Join the silly duo in this VR adventure game.

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Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin (Capcom): July 9

Hatch and raise monsters that you can bring to the fight.

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Swords of Legends Online (Wangyuan Shengtang/Gameforge): July 9

This MMORPG is based on Chinese mythology. It’s been available in China for quite some time, and it’s finally making its way to the west in July 2021.

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Total War: Warhammer II – The Silence & The Fury (Creative Assembly): July 14

The final Lords Pack DLC for Total War: Warhammer II pits Taurox the Brass Bull of the Beastmen against Oxyotl of the Lizardmen.

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F1 2021 (Codemasters): July 16

The next game in the F1 racing franchise features an all-new story mode and a Career mode for two players.

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Death’s Door (Acid Nerve): July 20

Smash, slash, and shoot your foes as you navigate a twisted world in this ARPG.

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Cris Tales (Dreams Uncorporated): July 20

Cris Tales is an ode to classic JRPG art and mechanics, where you get to glimpse into the past all while altering the present and future.

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Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector (Black Lab Games): July 22

This tactical strategy game has a campaign where you help the Blood Angels fight the Tyranids of Hive Fleet Leviathan.

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Last Stop (Variable State): July 22

Last Stop allows you to control three protagonists in modern-day London. Soon, they’ll realize that something supernatural seems to be afoot.

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Orcs Must Die! 3 (Robot Entertainment): July 23

It’s time to stop the invading orc army with your heroes, weapons, and traps.

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Samurai Warriors 5 (Koei Tecmo): July 27

It’s time once again for musou action. Samurai Warriors 5 features redesigned characters to better fit the Sengoku Jidai era.

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The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles (Capcom): July 27

This contains two games from an Ace Attorney spinoff series. You’ll take control of Ryonosuke Naruhodo, an ancestor of Phoenix Wright.

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Tribes of Midgard (Norsfell): July 27

Form a tribe of up to 10 players, and start fighting giants and monsters in this survival adventure game with Norse themes.

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Chernobylite (The Farm 51): July 28

A survival action game where you explore the deadly contaminated zones surrounding Chernobyl. The game is currently part of Steam’s Early Access program and is expected to officially release this July 2021.

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The Forgotten City (Modern Storyteller): July 28

This is a standalone game based on the award-winning Skyrim mod. You’ll visit a ruined city in order to unravel the mystery behind its doom. Delays have plagued the release of the standalone title, but we’ll now see a Roman Empire-esque reimagining.

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The Ascent (Neon Giant): July 29

This action-shooter RPG takes place in a cyberpunk-themed world.

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Eldest Souls (Fallen Flag Studio): July 29

Don’t let the old-school pixelated graphics fool you, because Eldest Souls presents a Boss Rush mode gauntlet with fast-paced and brutal combat.

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Little Devil Inside (Neostream): July 2021

This ARPG with survival elements features a minimalist design and zany visuals. The game had a planned July 2021 release date, though it seems to be up in the air nowadays.

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Jason Rodriguez
Jason Rodriguez writes for various websites under the Enthusiast Gaming umbrella -- Destructoid, Flixist, Daily Esports, PlayStation Enthusiast, and PC Invasion. Jason's Steam library has 1,400+ games at the moment so he definitely has a lot of things to talk about. He's also one of only five games journalists from the Philippines. Just kidding. There are definitely more around, but he doesn't know anyone. Mabuhay!

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