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    Winter snow thaws. February passes, and March springs forth. So, too, do more PC game releases. March 2019 will bring us new adventures and new experiences. There’s FromSoftware’s newest IP, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, as well as Square Enix’s Left Alive. Old franchises offer new beginnings via The Division 2, Devil May Cry 5, and Tropico 6. Past escapades return to the fold such as the case with the remastered versions of Assassin’s Creed III and Assassin’s Creed Liberation. Also, the story continues in Destiny 2: Joker’s Wild, just as the story ends for the last episode of The Walking Dead: The Final Season.

    All these and more come our way for March 2019’s PC game releases. Of course, if you’d like to look further ahead, feel free to check out our updated PC games release date list for rest of the year onwards.

    March 2019 Pc Game Releases Sekiro, Devil May Cry 5, Left Alive, The Division 2, Dead Or Alive 6

    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.

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    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.

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    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 actions that may undermine the populace.

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    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.

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    Devil May Cry 5 (Capcom): March 8

    A direct sequel to the original series featuring Dante and Nero.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    The Sinking City (Frogwares): March 20

    The Sinking City is an upcoming open-world third-person action-investigation game.

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    Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (FromSoftware): March 22

    From the director of Bloodborne and Dark Souls. Expect fast-paced, brutal combat.

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    Generation Zero (Avalance Studios): March 26

    Battling mechs and surviving with friends in the forests and cities of Sweden.

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    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.

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    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.

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    Tropico 6 (Limbic Entertainment): March 29

    El Presidente is back and it’s time for you to once again rule your island nation.

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    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.

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    All release dates listed are for North America.

    Jason Rodriguez
    I'm a small business owner who's also writing on the side, contributing in various websites under the Enthusiast Gaming umbrella -- Destructoid, Flixist, Daily Esports, PlayStation Enthusiast, and PC Invasion. My Steam library has 1,200+ games at the moment so we definitely have a lot of things to talk about.

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