The Epic Games Store's journey goes on, continuing to expand its list of exclusive games as it takes aim at Steam's dominance by giving developers 88% of the revenue from sales.
Although its initial offering wasn't truly vast, the Epic Games Store has amassed its fair share of exclusives since launch. The obvious two titles were Fortnite and Unreal Tournament, although the latter isn't in active development anymore, but the list extends far beyond them.
A hefty offering of third-party games, both big and small, are also Epic Games Store exclusives. If names like Mortal Shell, Hades, and Ashen have since made their way to Steam, games like Godfall, Chivalry 2, and Ooblets saw their PC versions coming first to Epic's storefront. Here's the full list of Epic Games Store exclusive games.
Epic Games Store Exclusive List
- 3 out of 10
- A Knight's Quest
- Against the Storm
- Airborne Kingdom
- Alan Wake Remastered
- Alan Wake 2
- Anno 1800
- Assassin's Creed Valhalla
- Auto Chess
- Battle Breakers
- Binary Smoke
- Castle Storm 2
- Chivalry 2
- Corruption 2029
- Crysis Remastered Trilogy
- Dangerous Driving
- Darkest Dungeon II
- The Division 2
- Eternal Cylinder
- Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint
- Hitman 3
- Immortals Fenyx Rising
- Jett: The Far Shore
- Kena: Bridge of Spirits
- Kid A Mnesia Exhibition
- Kingdom Hearts series
- Magic: The Gathering Arena
- Monkey Barrels
- Neo: The World Ends with You
- Oddworld: Soulstorm
- Old World
- Omen of Sorrow
- Phantom Brigade
- ReadySet Heroes
- Rocket League
- RollerCoaster Tycoon Adventures
- Saints Row
- Salt and Sacrifice
- Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game - Complete Edition
- The Settlers
- Solar Ash
- Sonic Colors: Ultimate
- Space Punks
- Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin
- Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2
- Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer's Legacy
- Unreal Tournament
- Watch Dogs: Legion
- Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood
- The Wolf Among Us 2
Other titles, such as Hitman III and Solar Ash are also present. You can see them all by visiting the Epic Games Store website, or by checking out its tab in the Epic Games Launcher. Some of these exclusives eventually make their way to Steam, after about a year's time, but others, like A Knight's Tale, aren't showing any signs of coming to Valve's storefront any time soon.
3 out of 10
Release Date: August 6, 2020
3 out of 10 is an episodic adventure game framed as a sitcom focusing on video game developer Shovelworks Studio. As it has never earned a score higher than 3/10, hence the title, the studio aims to put an end to the unfortunate spree with Surfing with Sharks, "an endless runner with an end". Narrative-driven minigames push forward the story that parodies what being a video game developer is like and, better yet, all of Season 1's episodes will be free.
A Knight's Quest
Release Date: October 10, 2019
A Knight's Quest follows Rusty, "a kind-hearted, but clumsy adventurer" who, by accident, brings about events that would lead to his world's destruction. Using just his sword and shield he sets off on an adventure that will see him growing stronger, unlocking Spirit Powers through which he ends up controlling not just fire and ice but also time. Inspired by Zelda, you'll have to defeat all manners of monsters and bosses, but also platform your way through levels and solve challenging puzzles.
Against the Storm
Release Date: October 18, 2021 (Early Access)
Against the Storm is a rogue-lite city builder that has a few interesting twists to it. On the one hand, rain never stops falling in its fantasy world. On the other, you're tasked with building settlements that welcome beavers, lizards, and humans, but whose main role is to collect resources that upgrade one Smouldering City. Every so often, a recurring and devastating event called the Blightstorm reshapes the world map, offering new opportunities to establish settlements and collect additional resources.
Release Date: December 17, 2020
Airborne Kingdom is a city builder with a twist. Instead of tying to a fixed point on the ground, the title encourages exploring its world by letting you take to the air. You'll still be doing a lot of what you'd expect from a regular city builder, like building housing for your citizens and making sure their needs stay satisfied, however, you'll also take your entire city and explore the game's world. In this manner, you'll discover new resources and even convince those living in the desert below to join you on your journey.
Alan Wake Remastered
Release Date: October 5, 2021
Alan Wake Remastered aims to be the definitive edition of Remedy Entertainment's acclaimed title. It features the main game alongside its two expansions, The Signal and The Writer, all rendered in 4K. On top of that, the title will launch with new commentary from creative director Sam Lake.
Alan Wake 2
Release Date: 2023
Arriving more than ten years since the original, Alan Wake will be Remedy Entertainment's first survival horror game.
Release Date: April 16, 2019
After dabbling in both the near and far future for the past two titles, Blue Byte's city builder series returns to its historical roots. Anno 1800 heads back to the time of the Industrial Revolution, tasking players with building their cities while managing different classes of population, resources, military, and trade. Expeditions can also be sent to South America in order to retrieve exotic resources and uncover different opportunities. If the AI isn't enough for you, whether in the game's campaign or sandbox modes, you can also play alongside or against other human players. Anno 1800's third-party Epic Games Store exclusivity kicks in at launch, on April 16.
Release Date: July 8, 2021
Arcadegeddon is an ever-changing cooperative multiplayer shooter in which you and up to three other players help Gilly, the owner of a town's last arcade, save his business from a malevolent mega corporation. You do so by mowing down hordes of opponents using both ranged and melee weapons as you explore different biomes.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla
Release Date: November 10, 2020
Assassin's Creed Valhalla takes the series to the 9th century AD, following Viking raider Eivor on their saga. An open-world adventure in the vein of the previous two games in the series, Valhalla also freshens the formula with a few key additions. Your clan's settlement, which you're tasked with looking after, requires resources. To obtain them, you set off on your longship to raid settlements and castles. Inevitably, Eivor will clash with the Saxons and King Aelfred of Wessex, which is when the title's revamped combat system shines: not only can Eivor dual-wield weapons but they'll face a larger variety of enemies than in previous games.
Release Date: 2019
The DOTA 2 mod with the same name has gained a rather large portion of popularity over the last stretch of time, so much so that developer Dragonrest Game is developing a stand-alone version of Auto Chess. Supporting up to 8 players, the game mixes different heroes and their abilities with elements of chess, emphasizing placement and formations.
Axiom Verge 2
Release date: 2021
Axiom Verge 2 builds upon the metroidvania foundation of the original while introducing new characters that players can encounter, new powers to use against just as new enemies, alongside a different world to explore.
Release Date: November 13, 2019
Built by a small team at Epic Games, Battle Breakers is a "Hero Collector RPG" in which players assemble a squad of powerful heroes in an attempt to take their planet back. With a cartoon-inspired art style, the free-to-play title boasts over 1000 dungeons across several biomes and allows for cross-save between PC and mobile.
Release Date: 2022
Binary Smoke is an action-adventure game set in a dystopian future. "Digital darkness has consumed the world," says its store page, and it's up to you, taking on the role of a rogue sentient digital lifeform capable of using supernatural power to lead an insurrection against the ruling class.
Release Date: November 12, 2020
Bugsnax is a comedic adventure game in which you explore Snaktooth Island to discover, hunt, and capture the 100 different species of the eponymous half-bug half-snack creatures. Its cute, lighthearted take on things could prove to be a welcome break from the plethora of AAA titles that launch towards the end of the year.
Castle Storm 2
Release Date: September 18, 2020
Castle Storm 2 takes the original's, erm, storming of castles and expands it with a series of new features. While tearing down opposing fortifications with ballistae and steady streams of troops very much remains the focus, there's now a new turn-based metagame to also look forward to. Not only that, but Castle Storm 2 will also feature six story campaigns, alongside PvP and co-op multiplayer modes.
Release Date: June 8, 2021
The sequel to Torn Banner Studios' acclaimed medieval warfare title Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, Chivalry 2 brings back visceral melee combat and castle sieges, while upping the ante with the addition of horses and raising the supported player count to 64.
Release Date: April 15, 2020
Core is a "multiverse of free games" that gives both beginner and experienced developers the tools to craft their own titles. Boasting more than 20,000 free games, from shooters and action-adventure to MMORPGs and party games, you're bound to find something to suit your tastes.
Release Date: February 17, 2020
Set in a dystopian version of America in the not-so-distant future, Corruption 2029 is a tactical strategy title from the creators of Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden. The title puts players in control of a squad of heavily augmented soldiers, sending them behind enemy lines to discover the source of the corruption that turned America into a wasteland. Corruption 2029 mixes tactical, cover-based combat and stealth, players having to carefully assess their approach as every opponent taken down silently reduces the amount of gunfire they'll have to deal with.
Crysis Remastered Trilogy
Release Date: October 15, 2021
Crysis Remastered Trilogy sees the three games in the first-person shooter series known for demanding a lot of our PCs back in the day back with a new fresh coat of paint and improvements that see it taking advantage of modern systems. The original campaigns remain unchanged. Crysis 2 Remastered and Crysis 3 Remastered can also be purchased individually exclusively on the Epic Games Store, while the original's remaster is also available on Steam.
Release Date: April 9, 2019
Dangerous Driving is an arcade racing game that encourages players to reach breakneck speeds just as much as it does wrecking their enemies. Developed by a team that worked on the Burnout series, the title will feature a handful of different modes, focused on both racing and destruction, alongside 30 playable courses. Dangerous Driving is headed to the Epic Games Store on April 9.
Darkest Dungeon II
Release Date: October 26, 2021 (Early Access)
Darkest Dungeon II, the sequel to Red Hook Studios' popular and ruthless rogue-like, begins its stay in Early Access next year as an Epic Games Store exclusive for its duration. Although details about its gameplay haven't been shared, we do know that it will feature a "stylized 3D" art style alongside "a refined combat system and a whole new metagame".
Release Date: May 21, 2019
Free-to-play Action RPG Dauntless positioned itself as a free-to-play alternative to Monster Hunter upon being announced. As a Slayer of Ramsgate, you join a group and embark on lengthy hunts for boss-sized Behemoths. Each Behemoth has its own devastating set of moves, but Slayers have access to a number of different weapons and armor sets to use in battle. Slaying Behemoths earns you materials that can be used to expand and tweak your arsenal through the game's crafting system.
Release Date: June 1, 2020
Diabotical is a colorful free-to-play arena shooter which pits player-controlled Eggbots against each other. Players can choose between several modes, including the 5v5 crossbow-focused Wee-Bow Instagib, in which everyone dies in one shot and leaves behind coins which translate to score when picked up, and the 1v1 or 2v2 Arenas, which throw players in compact arenas, giving them a full loadout and two lives. Diabotical aims to make arena shooters easy to get into, will feature multiple weapons, and allow players to customize their Eggbot with items like stickers.
The Division 2
Release Date: March 15, 2019
The Division 2 is the first AAA title to ditch Steam in favor of the Epic Games Store. The sequel moves the online looter shooter's action to Washington D.C, while aiming to provide a better endgame experience across the board. Intense PvE and PvP action, alongside character customization, are also set to return.
The Eternal Cylinder
Release Date: 2021
Borrowing a bit of the visual strangeness found in Zeno Clash, Ace Team's The Eternal Cylinder has players controlling a herd of weird-but-adorable creatures called Trebhum as they explore an even weirder world. Eating the local flora and fauna in this third-person open-world survival game will eventually lead to your Trebhums evolving and gaining new physical attributes and abilities, while also changing the way they look. But it won't be all just wandering around and eating things, as the title also has a story to follow, likely involving the eponymous cylinder that, unsurprisingly, likes to squish everything in its path.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade
Release Date: December 16, 2021
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade is a visually improved version of the original remake that also includes the Intermission DLC episode that puts players in the role of Yuffie. The entire package lets players relive Cloud & company's adventures through Midgar, featuring a more action-focused combat system.
Release Date: July 21, 2017
By now, Epic's battle royale title needs no presentation. Initially launched with only its Save The World mode, which saw players building bases and protecting them against waves of zombies, Fortnite's popularity skyrocketed once its Battle Royale component launched. Continuing to draw millions of players, it's no surprise that Fortnite is found exclusively on the Epic Games Store.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint
Release Date: October 4, 2019
A sequel to 2017's Ghost Recon Wildlands, Ghost Recon Breakpoint moves the action to the Auroa archipelago, home of Skell Technology, a tech giant that counts autonomous drones among its specializations. Players will go up against none other than the Wolves, an ex-US military unit gone rogue, led by Colonel Cole D. Walker. The title can be played either in single-player or co-op, which supports up to four players. Ghost Recon Breakpoint will also feature a class system, while the same player character can be used in both its PvE and PvP modes.
Release Date: November 12, 2020
Revealed during The Game Awards 2019 as the first PS5 exclusive title, Godfall will also make its way to PC via the Epic Games Store. Set in a bright fantasy universe and described as a looter-slasher, the title will have players engaging in melee combat to obtain increasingly better loot.
Release Date: May 20, 2021
Grindstone blends match-3 puzzle game mechanics with elements like abilities and items, often seen in action-RPGs, that allow protagonist Jorj to attack the different enemies on the grid. Launching with all the content received since its launch on the iOS in 2019, its more than 200 levels, daily grind mode, and cartoonish violence should keep you busy for a good while.
Release Date: January 20, 2021
Hitman 3 marks the end of the World of Assassination trilogy, taking players across the world one more time and tasking them with assassinating a variety of targets, extracting valuable information and more. The complex sandbox locations that have made the previous two games popular return, giving players the freedom of figuring out what makes them tick and choosing their preferred method of approach.
Immortals Fenyx Rising
Release Date: December 3, 2020
Immortals Fenyx Rising was originally known as Gods & Monsters and, while its name might have changed, its premise hasn't. Taking on the role of Fenyx, you set off on a quest to save the Greek gods from a dark curse. This third-person action-adventure pits you against a variety of foes taken straight out of Greek mythology – like the Medusa or Minotaur –, tasking you with eliminating them using aerial and melee combat alongside powers bestowed upon you by the gods themselves.
Jett: The Far Shore
Release Date: October 5, 2021
In Jett: The Far Shore, you step into the shoes of Mei, the first scout to deploy to a mythic ocean planet and set off on exploring the unknown in an effort to find a future for "a people haunted by oblivion". While exploration brings awe-inspiring sights and moments of serenity, you'll also have to evade pursuers and navigate hazards.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits
Release Date: September 21, 2021
Kena: Bridge of Spirits is an action-adventure game in which you play as a young Spirit Guide tasked with using her powers to lift a curse from a forgotten village overrun by corrupted spirits.
Kid A Mnesia Exhibition
Release Date: November 18, 2021
Kid A Mnesia Exhibition is an interactive exhibition featuring art by Thom Yorke and Stanley Donwood that celebrates the anniversary of Radiohead's Kid A and Amnesiac albums.
Kingdom Hearts series
Release Date: March 30, 2021
After a long wait, the Kingdom Hearts series is finally making its PC debut in one fell swoop. Known for featuring Disney, Square Enix and Pixar characters, it arrives on PC as four separate products which bundle together multiple titles as follows: Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind, and Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory.
Magic: The Gathering Arena
Release Date: January 16, 2020
Magic: The Gathering Arena is the latest digital take on the massively popular card game. Featuring practice modes, casual matches and competitive formats, the title brings the complex, expansive card game to the PC. Players will be able to build their favorite decks by mixing and matching cards to suit their strategy and compete online against friends or strangers.
Release Date: February 9, 2021
Monkey Barrels is a twin-stick shooter with bullet hell elements that pits monkeys against trash cans, old TVs and various other machines. You can explore its trash-filled landscape in its 22-mission story mode or battle other players online. Its 3D art style uses enough retro elements to inspire nostalgia but doesn't forget more modern elements.
Neo: The World Ends with You
Release Date: September 28, 2021
Neo: The World Ends with You is a sequel to Square Enix's 2007 Nintendo DS title, following Rindo as he attempts to hold onto his life after being forced into playing the ominous-sounding Reapers' Game. After launching on the Nintendo Switch earlier this month, the game brings its fashionable characters and flashy action to PC as an Epic Games Store exclusive.
Release Date: April 6, 2021
From the moment he discovered the secret behind what was going on at the factory where he worked, Abe hasn't exactly had an easy life. By the sound of it, Oddworld: Soulstorm will only make that worse as the "ravaged, desperate and hopelessly unprepared" Mudokon hero has to travel across "a brutal landscape of nasty surprises" with no less than "three hundred hungry mouths in tow". Inspired by the timeless original story, Soulstorm aims to be a modernized iteration that taps into what made Abe's Odyssey so recognizable while bringing improvements like "a big visual and cinematic leap" to the table.
Release Date: May 5, 2020 (Early Access)
Old World is a historical strategy game from Soren Johnson, Lead Designer of Civilization IV and Offworld Trading Company. The title puts you in the role of the founder of an ancient empire, mortality being a factor in Old World. Each turn ages your character by one year, eventually leading to death and the torch being passed to your children. The title's dynamic events system forge a procedural story for your nation, based on the decisions you take and which characters you befriend or antagonize. Old World also brings a twist of its own when it comes to movement. Instead of moving your units each turn, you can move them for as long as your Orders resource, which can be used for other things like combat or constructions, allows.
Omen of Sorrow
Release Date: June 7, 2019
With a cast of characters inspired by classical horror, fantasy and mythology, Omen of Sorrow aims to give players a refresher course on the fighting game genre's arcade legacy. Its combat system favors "movement and spacing over tight execution", in an attempt to have something to offer to both experienced players and newcomers. Initially launching on the PS4, the title is now headed on PC via the Epic Games Store.
Release Date: July 15, 2020 (Early Access)
Ooblets lands on the relaxed side of games, aiming to provide a mixture of farming, town life, and creature collection. Its stars are the critters that give it its name. Ooblets come in many shapes and sizes, although all of them are cute little buggers, and are there for you to grow, collect and have dance battles with. Naturally, there's also a rundown farm you get to build back up, a house that needs to be decorated with all manner of objects and clothes you'll likely spend hours sifting through until you get that desired look for your character.
Release Date: November 16, 2020 (Early Access)
In Phantom Brigade, players are put at the helm of the last surviving squad of mech pilots in a war-torn land. Described as a "hybrid turn-based & real-time tactical RPG, focusing on in-depth customization and player-driven stories", the title will feature a varied array of tactical battle types, ranging from infiltration missions to ambushes and straight-up onslaughts, alongside destructible environments. Phantom Brigade will be an Epic Store exclusive for the duration of its Early Access phase which begins in 2020.
Release Date: Oct 29, 2019
ReadySet Heroes combines dungeon crawling with arena brawls in a multiplayer setting. In it, up to four players race against each other, whether solo or in teams of two, to reach the end of the same dungeon, all while slaying monsters, avoiding traps, and collecting power-ups. Once a team or player gets to the end, they initiate an arena brawl which decides the ultimate winner. Players can choose between several adorable-but-deadly heroes that start with a wooden sword, getting better gear as they slay monsters. ReadySet Heroes also looks towards couch co-op titles for inspiration, focusing on fast-paced action and easy-to-pick-up gameplay.
Release Date: September 23, 2020 (EGS)
Rocket League is a rather unique title that aims to explore what would happen if one would play soccer but with cars instead of boring people. The vehicular soccer title has seen a fair amount of success since its 2015 launch, managing to retain a rather numerous player base that still engages consistently with its mixture of ball sport and driving. Originally available on Steam, Rocket League is scheduled to launch on the Epic Games Store on September 23, 2020, following Epic Games' acquisition of developer Psyonix. Past that point, the game will only be purchasable on Epic's storefront, although Steam owners will continue to receive regular updates and support.
RollerCoaster Tycoon Adventures
Release Date: November 29, 2018
The theme park management series makes a return with Nvizzio Creations' RollerCoaster Tycoon Adventures. Featuring over 120 rides, restaurants, and shops, the title lets players set up their parks across four themed environments, with the possibility of choosing between three different game modes: Adventure, shorter Scenarios but also open Sandbox.
Release Date: December 16, 2021
Rumbleverse is a 40-player free-for-all "brawler royale" that aims to provide a more melee-focused battle royale experience. After customizing their fighters, players roam across Grapital City, trying to punch and kick their way to the top. Weapons like mailboxes and baseball bats wait in crates spread across the map, while a cartoonish art style makes the mayhem more approachable.
Release Date: August 23, 2022
Said to be the biggest game in the series, the rebooted Saints Row follows your character –appropriately named the Boss – and fellow you criminals Neenah, Kevin, and Eli on the path to creating a start-up company that deals in everything crime. Set in the fictional city of Santo Ileso, the title seems to move away from the edgier humor of past entries while sticking to the over the top action that made the series so recognizable.
Salt and Sacrifice
Release Date: Q1 2022
Salt and Sacrifice is a 2D side-scrolling soulslike that puts you in the shoes of a Marked Inquisitor, doomed to fight against the mages corrupting the already decaying Altarstone Kingdom. After picking one of the eight starting classes, you travel across the land, clashing with a variety of demons, mages, and other misshapen enemies. Inspired by Scandinavian folklore, its world promises a ruthless challenge that you can tackle alone, alongside a friend in full co-op, or with the help of temporary summons.
Release Date: 2021 (Early Access)
Saturnalia is a survival horror adventure game that weaves rogue-lite elements into its gameplay. Set in an isolated Sardinian village that's no stranger to ancient rituals, the title follows a group of strangers as they attempt to uncover the mysteries of the place. Characters represent lives, the title sending you back to its beginning when all of them die. The layout of the village changes with each run, while managing your supply of matches and solving puzzles is key to getting to the bottom of what's happening in the village.
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game - Complete Edition
Release Date: January 14, 2021
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game - Complete Edition is a re-release of 2010's 2D side-scrolling beat 'em up which comes with both the Knives Chau and Wallace Add-On Pack DLCs. It's a package of pixel art madness which lets you play as Scott Pilgrim, Ramona Flowers, Stephen Stills and other characters in both intense brawls and minigames like Dodgeball.
Release Date: 2022
A reboot of the classic city-building game, The Settlers follows a group of people trying to build themselves a new life in unknown lands after an earthquake devastates their home. Volker Wertich, the original Settlers creator, leads the reboot which aims for "a fresh take on the familiar gameplay mechanics with food and stamina new feature (sic!) and saving rewards system.". Players will be able to tackle The Settlers alone or with friends in its multiplayer mode.
Release Date: February 8, 2022
Sifu follows a young Pak-Mei Kung-Fu student as he seeks vengeance on those who wronged him. On his journey, the protagonist has to employ both the skills he's learned while also resorting to throwable objects, makeshift weapons, windows, and ledges when enemies outnumber him. The environment plays a significant role in combat, especially since you're seemingly pursuing you goals while on borrowed time, each death making you advance in age.
Release Date: December 2, 2021
Solar Ash is the follow-up title to Heart Machine's excellent Hyper Light Drifter. While the title's aesthetic is eerily similar to Hyper Light Drifter's, Solar Ash leaves pixel art behind, optin for a smooth 3D visual style. While no in-depth details are currently known, its reveal trailer showcases a figure, presumably the main character, sliding stylishly across shattered environments before encountering a massive, seemingly-corrupted, purple opponent.
Sonic Colors: Ultimate
Release Date: September 7, 2021
Originally released on the Nintendo DS and Nintendo Wii back in 2010, Sonic Colors: Ultimate takes its platforming to outer space, following everyone's favorite speedy hedgehog as he tries to thwart Doctor Eggman's plans once more. One notable feature is the inclusion of power-ups that help Sonic better navigate the environments he travels through.
Release Date: July 14, 2021 (Early Access)
Space Punks is developer Flying Wild Hog's first foray into free-to-play territory, promising a top-down action-RPG that aims to scratch that itch for endlessly upgradeable loot. Inspired by Helldivers and channeling energy that's similar to Diablo's, it launches in early access with four playable characters, modifiable equipment, and a crafting system that's both a key part of the endgame and a solution to when you're having bad luck with drops.
Release Date: April 19, 2021
First released as a mobile title, Spelldrifter blends turn-based combat where positioning matters with deck-building elements. Friendly and enemy turns "interweave on a single timeline", the mastery of which affects the flow of battler, potentially granting advantages to crafty players.
Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin
Release Date: March 18, 2022
Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin is a hardcore action-RPG from Nioh developer Team Ninja that offers a slightly different take on Square Enix's storied franchise. The title will feature several difficulty options alongside multiple jobs and weapons that you can use to customize your party and help Jack bring light back to the kingdom of Cornelia.
Release Date: TBA
Tchia is an open-world adventure game that sees you exploring a tropical archipelago by climbing, gliding, swimming, or sailing in your trusty boat. The protagonist not only boasts the ability to take control of animals and objects but can also play the ukulele. The game's world was inspired by New Caledonia while its characters are voiced by local talent in traditional languages, according to the developer.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2
Release Date: September 4, 2020
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 is a collection that brings remastered versions of the popular skating games to a hungering audience. The titles include all the game modes of the original versions, alongside online multiplayer and local two-player modes. Bringing back its plethora of cool tricks and iconic soundtrack, the title will also come with upgraded Create-A-Park and Create-A-Skater features.
Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer's Legacy
Release Date: 2021
Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer's Legacy is a rogue-lite action-RPG that puts you in the shoes of the titular Wayfarer tasked with destroying the Staff of Yendor. Death will be a common occurrence, however, once your character kicks the bucket, you have the option of continuing in the same world. You'll return years later with a new character, seeing the impact you previously made on the world. Alternatively, or if you die during the last mission, you'll have to start all over again, making a new series of choices and defeating dangerous creatures yet again.
Release Date: 2014
Just like Fortnite, it's no surprise seeing Epic Games' own Unreal Tournament on the Epic Games Store. It entered crowdsourced development a few years ago but is confirmed to no longer be in active development. Still, should anyone want to see how far it got, it's available for free.
Release Date: August 12, 2021 (Early Access)
In Voidtrain, you play as a mechanic tasked with upgrading and controlling an interdimensional train. As you explore a world in which "gravity sometimes does not apply," you end up hunting its creatures, gathering materials, and gaining understanding of your unusual surroundings. You can do so either alone or with up to three other friends.
Watch Dogs: Legion
Release Date: October 29, 2020
Set in a dystopian version of London where society is constantly surveilled by a radical government while crime and human trafficking run rampant, Watch Dogs: Legion focuses on DedSec's attempt to build a resistance. Where previous titles in the series featured set protagonists, Watch Dogs: Legion will let players essentially recruit any NPC they deem worthy enough and play as them. Each of these NPCs comes with its own specializations and abilities, being suited for specific missions, and players can jump between them when the situation demands it. There's also an element of permadeath and losing a member means you either have to look for someone else with similar skills or change your approach.
Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood
Release Date: February 4, 2021
Werewolf: The Apocalypse Earthblood is an action-adventure game from developer Cyanide that will bring lycanthropy back into the spotlight early next year. Players take on the role of Cahal, a powerful Garou able to seamlessly transform between his human, wolf, and werewolf forms. While in his human form, fellow humans are more prone to speak Garou. As a wolf, he can sneak around more easily, while the werewolf is there for when opponents need to be ripped apart.
The Wolf Among Us 2
Release Date: TBA
Telltale Games' revival eariler in 2019 bore its first fruit with the re-announcing of The Wolf Among Us 2. The new Telltale is working on the second season alongside AdHoc Studio, with Bigby Wolf and Snow White bound to make a return.
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