September 2020 PC game release dates
Crusader Kings III (Paradox Interactive): September 1
One of the most popular grand strategy offerings from Paradox Interactive will finally have a continuation of the series with Crusader Kings III.
Iron Harvest (King Art): September 1
A real-time strategy game set in an alternate 1920s.
Total War: Three Kingdoms – The Furious Wild (Creative Assembly): September 3
Southern China will be a battleground once the Nanman arrive in Total War: Three Kingdoms – The Furious Wild.
WRC 9 (KT Racing): September 3
Take part in the FIA World Rally Championship once more.
Marvel’s Avengers (Square Enix): September 4
Catastrophe has led to the Avengers getting disbanded, but a new threat will lead to our heroes assembling once more.
NBA 2K21 (Visual Concepts): September 4
Get ready to play some NBA basketball once again.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 (Vicarious Visions): September 4
These are remastered versions of skateboarding classics.
Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning (Kaiko, THQ Nordic): September 8
Featuring remastered visuals and refined gameplay, it looks like you’ll be battling a lot of baddies in Amalur once more.
Necromunda: Underhive Wars (Rogue Factor): September 8
Set in the grim darkness of the Warhammer 40K universe, you’ll have turn-based battles against rival gangs in the Hive world of Necromunda.
Tamarin (Chameleon Games): September 10
Play as the cutesy tamarin in this adventure platformer.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Shadows of New York (Draw Distance): September 11
This visual novel presents a standalone story set in the universe of Vampire: The Masquerade. It acts as a companion story to Coteries of New York.
Hades (Supergiant Games): September 17
This action roguelike from the makers of Bastion, Transistor, and Pyre will have you rerunning and replaying your romps. Hades is challenging and, as the past couple of years of Early Access development have shown, your journey in the underworld will be quite a blast. Hades leaves Early Access this September.
Crysis Remastered (Crytek): September 18
Can your PC run Crysis? Sure, the original one, perhaps. Can your PC run Crysis Remastered? Well, we’re about to find out this month.
Note: Crysis Remastered is an Epic Games Store exclusive, but no store page is available yet.
WWE 2K Battlegrounds (Visual Concepts): September 18
With WWE 2K21 officially canceled, the 2K title focusing on pro-wrestling this year is an over-the-top, arcade-style brawler.
Serious Sam 4 (Croteam): September 24
It’s Sam. He’s serious, and he’s back to kick some monster ass.
Mafia: Definitive Edition (Hangar 13): September 25
The first Mafia game has been remade from the ground up.
Port Royale 4 (Gaming Minds): September 25
Manage your colonies and battle for supremacy in the Carribean.
Genshin Impact (MiHoYo): September 28
A free-to-play, open-world JRPG where you explore the lands of Tevyat.
Spelunky 2 (Mossmouth): September 29
A platformer roguelike with cutesy graphics, but don’t let that fool you because Spelunky 2 is brutal and will frustrate you to no end. Spelunky 2 releases a couple of weeks earlier for PS4 owners, however, PC players can grab it towards the end of September 2020.
The Walking Dead: Onslaught (Survios): September 29
A VR game that’s an adaptation of The Walking Dead series on AMC.