2019’s looking to be a great year for PC Games, but the downside is that there are hundreds of games flooding the market every month, and it’s both time-consuming and potentially expensive to keep up with all of them. Here then we’re handpicking all the various titles that we’re most excited about coming this year, in our showcase of New & Upcoming PC Games for 2019.
We’ve gone through all the PC Games pertaining to be in the Horror genre of what remains of 2019. There are games that have neared the expected deadline and have yet to get anything but a vague 2019 release date, while others like The Sinking City have had their release date pushed ahead, claiming saturation of game releases and having extra time to polish out the game.
Taiwanese developers of a horror game Devotion have removed their game from Steam after “accidentally” mocking the Chinese president Xi Jinping by an in-game poster and having Chinese bomb the game with poor reviews on Steam.
May seems like a month aimed at strategy gamers, packing not one, not two, but four noteworthy titles. World War II’s RTS Steel Division 2 and indie management sim Rise of Industry pave the way for Creative Assembly’s newest historical Total War title, Total War: Three Kingdoms, on May 23rd. Meanwhile, Petroglyph – of Star Wars: Galaxy at War fame – is swapping blasters and lightsabers for bows and barbarian swords in the new RTS title Conan Unconquered.
Outside the strategy realm, upcoming PC titles Pathologic 2, Draugen, and Dollhouse go for a spooky first person exploration vibe, while Bethesda’s Rage 2 arrives on May 14 to satisfy all your shooter needs.
April is a mixed month, packing a few noteworthy upcoming indie titles alongside heavily waited AAA PC games. From the narrative focused Heaven’s Fault and Whispers of a Machine to coop shooter World War Z and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit copycat Dangerous Driving, the indie sector is pumping out a nice variety of genres and styles.
On the AAA side, new games include the latest entry in Ubisoft’s oldest strategy franchise Anno 1800, Mortal Kombat 11, and Paradox’ hyped Imperator: Rome – their newest grand-strategy game launch since Stellaris in 2016.