July 2020 PC game release dates
The PC games listed on this page have been announced as releasing in July 2020.
Minecraft Dungeons: Jungle Awakens (Mojang, Double Eleven): July 1
The first DLC for Minecraft Dungeons adds new locations, weapons, armors, artifacts, and enemy types. Welcome to the jungle, adventurer!
Trackmania (Ubisoft Nadeo): July 1
A racing game that’s a remake of Trackmania Nations.
NASCAR Heat 5 (704Games Company): July 10
Get ready to put the pedal to the metal in the next iteration of the NASCAR Heat franchise. The standard edition releases on July 10, but those who purchase the gold edition of the game can play three days earlier on July 7.
F1 2020 (Codemasters): July 10
Head to the finish line as you battle for Formula One’s championship.
Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 (Inti Creates): July 10
Koji Igarashi’s “Metroidvania” title returns with a sequel featuring 8-bit graphics and retro 2D action.
Sword Art Online Alicization Lycoris (Bandai Namco): July 10
The next offering in the Sword Art Online franchise releases in July 2020. It’ll take players to the Underworld.
Soda Dungeon 2 (AN Productions, Poxpower): July 10
A laid-back dungeon crawler where you can craft and upgrade your town and base.
Death Stranding (Kojima Productions): July 14
Hideo Kojima’s mysterious project was previously considered a PS4 exclusive. However, it’s been announced that Death Stranding will be coming to PCs in July 2020.
Dead Age 2 (Silent Dreams): July 16 (Early Access)
Role-playing, turn-based combat, survival, and rogue-lite mechanics all combine in a post-apocalyptic setting where you and a group of survivors attempt to face off against a multitude of zombies.
Beyond a Steel Sky (Revolution Software): July 16
Already available via Apple Arcade, Beyond a Steel Sky is a futuristic/cyberpunk adventure game that’s also a sequel to Revolution’s 1994 classic Beneath a Steel Sky.
Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break (ACE Team): July 21
Tower defense, quirky humor, and gigantic tumbling rocks!
Necrobarista (Route 59): July 22
A visual novel where the living meet the restless dead, all while people mingle at a coffee shop.
Carrion (Phobia Game Studio): July 23
Touted as a “reverse horror game,” Carrion lets you play as a vicious alien creature that smashes, slices, and gobbles up everything in its path.
Destroy All Humans! (Black Forest Games/Pandemic Studios): July 28
A remake of the PlayStation 2 classic that originally released in 2005. Destroy All Humans! lets you play as Crypto-137 as you annihilate the puny meatbags of earth.
Grounded (Obsidian Entertainment): July 28 (Early Access)
It’s Bugs meets Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Your microscopic heroes face off against hair-raising critters-turned-giants in this adventure game. Grounded‘s July 28 release is only for its “game preview,” essentially an early access version that’ll be available on Steam.
Othercide (Lightbulb Crew): July 28
Fight to survive in this turn-based tactical game featuring a “Dynamic Timeline System.”
Maid of Sker (Wales Interactive): July 28
A first-person survival horror game set in a gloomy hotel; it’s steeped in rich folklore.
Skater XL (Easy Day Studios): July 28
This skateboarding game has been in early access since December 2018 and it’s now officially launching in July 2020.
Fairy Tail (Koei Tecmo): July 29
This adventure game based on the Fairy Tail manga and anime series was supposed to release back in June. It’s now slated for release at the tail end (pun intended) of July 2020.
Imperiums: Greek Wars (Kube Games): July 30
A 4X grand strategy title with a certain mythological twist.
Hellpoint (Cradle Games): July 30
An action role-playing game with dark, sci-fi themes.
CastleStorm II (Zen Studios): July 31
Strategize and conquer your opponent’s land as heroic medieval knights or as the countless undead hordes.
What Happened (Genius Slackers): July 2020
This dark, first-person horror game explores the mind of a highschool student who’s suffering from anxiety and depression.