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Upcoming PC games 2024 and beyond

All the upcoming PC games to get excited about, from the long-awaited GTA 6, Hellblade 2, Homeworld 3, and even a few that aren't sequels.

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Which games are coming out in 2024? If you’re anything like us, your time is already stretched trying to play all the great games out right now, and the year isn’t slowing down any time soon. Hope and anticipation, agony and elation – the endless cycle of emotions we go through during the annual PC release schedule.

Year in, year out, games are produced in such varying degrees of quality that not a single one of them is destined for certain success. Some of the best PC games of all time are released alongside utter disasters, series are born while others dwindle, and occasionally a game actually lives up to our expectations. Below you’ll find all the upcoming PC games you should keep on your radar, and it’s wildly varied. There are racing games, story games, city builders, and more, plus all of their expected release dates.

Here are all the best upcoming PC games in 2024 and beyond:

May 2024 game releases

  • Die by the Blade – May 16
  • Ghost of Tsushima (PC release) – May 16
  • Norland – May 16
  • Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 – May 21
  • Wuthering Waves – May 22
  • The Rogue Prince of Persia (early access) – May 27
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Hellblade 2

Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 is a direct continuation of the eponymous Senua’s journey following the events of Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. The troubled Pict warrior returns to overcome the darkness both within and without – but this time, she’s not alone. Senua has accrued a warrior tribe of her own, which she’s set to lead on a brutal journey to survive the desolate cold and folkloric horrors of Viking Iceland. BAFTA Games Award winner Melina Juergens reprises her role as Senua for the sequel, and familiar staples return, including the unnerving binaural whispers baked into Hellblade’s sound design.

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Wuthering Waves

If you’ve been on the hunt for a new gacha game outside of the HoYoverse ecosystem, you’re in luck. Wuthering Waves is the latest anime game from Kuro Games, the developers behind popular spectacle fighter Punishing: Gray Raven. All the gacha staples are here, including a full roster of Wuthering Waves characters waiting to be pulled from event banners – but the soulslike combat and post-apocalyptic world gives this open-world action-RPG an edge that its lighthearted rivals are missing. What’s more, our Wuthering Waves GDC interview gave us a first-hand look at its Pokemon-style creature collection system and self-contained roguelike mode. Wuthering Waves has already garnered an impressive fanbase ahead of its official release, and you can pre-register on the official website to hop in as soon as it launches.

  • Wuthering Waves release date: Wednesday, May 22, 2024
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The Rogue Prince of Persia

Prince of Persia fans have been eating well this year as Ubisoft serves up the community a second helping of its favorite prince, this time in the form of a roguelike platformer. Developed by one of the studios responsible for the critically acclaimed Dead Cells DLC, Evil Empire, The Rogue Prince of Persia takes the series’ best-known elements and wraps them up into an everchanging roguelike game. The early access version is out in May, but fans must wait until 2025 to get their hands on the full game.

June 2024 game releases

  • Killer Klowns from Outer Space – June 4
  • Life by You (early access) – June 4
  • Destiny 2 The Final Shape (DLC) – June 4
  • Monster Hunter Stories – June 14
  • Still Wakes the Deep – June 18
  • Elden Ring Shadow of the Erdtree (DLC) – June 20
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Killer Klowns from Outer Space

Another contender for the asymmetrical horror crown, Killer Klowns from Outer Space combines the characters and aesthetic from the ’80s cult classic B-movie with a 7v3 survivor-to-killer multiplayer lobby. Choose to play as either a Klown or a human and achieve victory in one of the colorful maps inspired by the movie. Klowns can use incredible sci-fi weapons to turn humans into cotton candy cocoons, while humans can actually find their own weapons to give the Klowns a taste of their own medicine. Either that, or you can try for one of a multitude of escape options, which will be familiar to fans of the ill-fated Friday 13th.

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Life by You

Even with the next The Sims game, Project Rene, under production, we couldn’t be more excited about the release of Sims-like Life by You. Incredibly similar to The Sims but seemingly more detailed with more customization options, Life by You could be a real rival for whatever Project Rene becomes. It’s also developed by Paradox Tectonic, whose parent publisher, Paradox Interactive, also published Cities Skylines, so the simulation game is in good company already. The game recently saw a delay, taking it from March to June.

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Destiny 2 The Final Shape

The latest Destiny 2 expansion takes us into the Pale Heart of The Traveler to confront The Witness in a showdown that’s set to be as nostalgic as it is memorable. While The Final Shape may seem pretty, well, final, have no fear – Bungie has since confirmed that the multiplayer game is set to continue beyond the conclusion of the Light and Darkness saga. It also heralds the grand return of fan-favorite Cayde, just in time to close out the storyline.

Of course, these high-stakes story developments aren’t the only new additions to Destiny 2. New locations and enemies will test your build, though new supers and aspects for Destiny 2 classes are also inbound. Naturally, new Destiny 2 exotics join the loot tables to enhance the best Destiny 2 builds even further. The Final Shape also comes with a massive shake-up to the live service formula, as Bungie scraps the seasonal model in favor of an episodic format split into story acts. The events of The Final Shape are a decade in the making, so be sure to brush up on the Destiny 2 system requirements if you want to take part in the end of an era.

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Still Wakes the Deep

The Chinese Room returns to its psychological roots with Still Wakes the Deep, a first-person horror game set on an oil rig in the North Sea during the worst Christmas of Scottish protagonist Caz McLeary’s life. Our Still Wakes the Deep preview offers a taste of what to expect as Caz is forced to overcome the claustrophobic bowels of the Beira D oil rig, the churning ocean depths, and the supernatural predator dogging his heels just to survive. Art director Laura Dodds pitches Still Wakes the Deep as what would happen if “Stanley Kubrick lost his mind shooting a documentary aboard an oil rig,” and we’re more than ready to take the plunge.

July 2024 game releases

  • Final Fantasy 14: Dawntrail (DLC) – July 2
  • Cataclismo – July 16
  • Bo: Path of the Teal Lotus – July 18
  • Frostpunk 2 – July 25
  • Smite 2 (closed beta) – July 30
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FF14 Dawntrail

Dawntrail is the highly anticipated expansion of Final Fantasy 14, set to take us across the ocean to Tural – an all-new continent full of new characters to meet and territories to explore. Between the harsh wilds of the mountain ranges and expansive forests lies the golden city of Tuliyollal, the royal seat of Gulool Ja Ja. We can expect to make our acquaintance with the Mamool leader as he ponders over his successor, and factions are drawn and divided into loyal allies and fierce rivals.

Story aside, two new playable FF14 classes are inbound: the dual-wielding Viper and the painterly Pictomancer. Dawntrail also expands the existing roster of FF14 races with the long-awaited female Hrothgar, along with additional Tribal Alliance quests, and of course, an increased level cap. The dawn of this latest FF14 expansion is just beginning to break, so check out our FF14 leveling guide and catch up with the conclusion to Endwalker in the FF14 patch 6.55 release date.

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Frostpunk 2

Following on from the BAFTA-nominated Frostpunk of 2018, one of the best survival games out there, we’re heading back into the storm for another attempt at surviving the apocalypse. Frostpunk 2 takes place in the same last city standing, in which we found ourselves in the original game, but this time, things are changing. The age of steam has come and gone, and the future lies in oil – naturally, this leads to newer, more terrifying threats than before. We played a few hours of the Frostpunk 2 beta, and loved it; you can read all about it in our Frostpunk 2 preview – there are roving gangs of knife-wielding children, protests, and more than a few broken promises. We loved it.

August 2024 game releases

  • Steamworld Heist 2 – August 8
  • Black Myth Wukong – August 20
  • Gori: Cuddly Carnage – August 29
  • Star Wars Outlaws – August 30
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Black Myth Wukong

Based on the classic 16th-century novel Journey to the West, Black Myth Wukong is rooted in Chinese history and mythology. This RPG game will see you take on the role of the Destined One to explore expansive environments, solve puzzles, enter into combat, and encounter all manner of enemies huge and small. The game also introduces spells and magic, where you’re expected to know when to use these to your advantage and when to preserve them. Your weapon of choice is a staff, which we’re sure comes with all manner of techniques and attack styles – but which will you choose to master?

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Star Wars Outlaws

Become a space outlaw in this open-world Ubisoft Star Wars game, which follows lead character Kay Vess on a mission to free herself from her fugitive status. Accompanied by the very classy android ND-5 and the adorable Nix, you’ll never be short of company in Star Wars Outlaws.

September 2024 game releases

  • Stalker 2 – September 5
  • Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine 2 – September 9
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Stalker 2

Nearly two decades since the release of S.T.A.L.K.E.R, the horror sequel is finally on its way. Okay, we were expecting it in December 2023, but we finally have a “final release date” of September 5, 2024, and, looking at the trailers and the official site’s proud discussion of its use of mo-cap and photogrammetry tech, it looks like Stalker 2 should be worth the wait. Take a look at our Stalker 2 release date guide for more details.

November 2024 game releases

  • Assassin’s Creed Shadows – November 15
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Assassin’s Creed Shadows

Hold onto your katanas – Assassin’s Creed Shadows is going to feudal Japan. It’s taken Ubisoft over a decade and a half to give in to fan demands to see this historical period incorporated into the franchise, and it already looks like it’ll be worth the wait.

It’s 1579, and legendary Black samurai Yasuke is on a collision course to meet Naoe, shinobi and fictional daughter of ninja jōnin Fujibayashi Nagato. These dual protagonists must navigate the turmoil of Oda Nobunaga’s unification of Japan and a conspiratorial plot of politics, power, and, of course, assassination. AC Shadows delivers the shinobi and samurai power fantasies, letting us assume the role of a deadly armored warrior while staying true to the strategic and agile parkour the stealth game series is known for. With its near 1:1 scale open world, a new grappling hook, and a ninja hideout, AC Shadows might well rise to become the best in the series.

Other 2024 game releases

  • WoW The War Within – Summer 2024
  • Blue Protocol – Summer 2024
  • Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines 2 – Fall 2024
  • Indiana Jones and the Great Circle – Fall 2024
  • The Wolf Among Us 2 – 2024
  • Avowed – 2024
  • Zenless Zone Zero – 2024
  • Earthless – 2024
  • The Alters – 2024
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WoW The War Within

First revealed during Blizzcon 2023, World of Warcraft: The War Within takes us into the subterranean world that lies below the land of Azeroth itself, where Xal’atath, The Harbinger of the Void, lies in wait. It’s also the long-forgotten seat of the Nerubian Empire – if you’ve got arachnophobia, be sure to turn back now. However, we won’t be consigned to the depths forever. We can also expect to explore the Isle of Dorn, the Earthern capital located just off the western shore of Pandaria. The Earthen also serves as The War Within’s new playable Allied race, available after completing their dedicated questline.

Naturally, a variety of new dungeons and raids are due to arrive with the expansion, though Blizzard is also expanding the MMORPG’s endgame with the introduction of Delves. This latest system consists of 13 self-contained adventures to retrieve rare treasure from underground vaults as part of the Dragonscale Expedition and can be completed either solo or as part of a group. New WoW talents, quests, and epic loot await, and that’s just scratching the surface – we haven’t even mentioned what’s going on with Anduin and Thrall.

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Blue Protocol

Hot on the heels of games like Genshin Impact, Tower of Fantasy, and Honkai Star Rail, this collaboration between Amazon Games and Bandai Namco is already out in Japan. However, the global release was put back as decisions needed to be finalized regarding the localization.

When it does arrive, it’ll bring with it an adventure where you must gather allies to take down fierce foes and save the world of Regnas as one of five different Blue Protocol classes. You’ll have the freedom to tackle the story on your own and join up with others to participate in raids and explore dungeons. We’ve eagerly anticipated the global release of this gorgeous-looking PC MMORPG for quite some time now, and the wait is nearly over.

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Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2

It’s been nearly 19 long years, but we finally have a sequel to the cult classic bloodsucking RPG. The sequel takes us to Seattle, but the land of coffee and grunge has been given a coagulated coat of crimson as you unravel another rich mystery. Several years after it was first announced, we got a look at an extended gameplay trailer showing the game in action, and it was worth the wait.

While the original is remembered fondly for its engrossing narrative, it remained rife with bugs and disappointing combat. Luckily, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2’s gameplay plunders immersive sims such as Dishonored 2 and Deus Ex to make its vampiric fisticuffs just as engaging as its story. Following a switch of developers, the release date has been pushed back, but we’re more than ready to sink our teeth in when it finally arrives.

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Indiana Jones and the Great Circle

We finally got our first look at Machine Games’ latest title in January 2024. This time the devs swap their Nazi-blasting guns for Indy’s iconic whip as he prepares to solve yet another mystery.  Taking place between the first and third movie, Indy finds himself post-breakup as he tries to bury himself under his work. Prepare to take on a new set of villains as Indy tries to put a stop to the dangerous group looking to utilize the Great Circle to accomplish their nefarious goals.

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The Wolf Among Us 2

One of the more surprising updates from The Games Awards 2019 was the return of The Wolf Among Us 2. You can expect the same choice and consequence-style narrative experience of previous Telltale games. While the original trailer confidently boasted a 2023 release date, don’t expect The Wolf Among Us 2 anytime soon, as developer LCG Entertainment has hit the reset button.

  • The Wolf Among Us 2 release date: 2024
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Avowed

We got our first proper glimpse of Avowed during the Xbox Games Showcase, and while everyone’s attention may have been on a Bethesda-developed space game, Obsidian’s fantasy RPG adventure has all the hallmarks of a fun romp across the Pillars of Eternity world. Will you use your magic powers and competent swordsmanship for good, or will you terrorize the land with evil intent? It may be a while until Elder Scrolls 6, so this is the next best thing, even if it’s not an open-world game.

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Zenless Zone Zero

Though we expect Zenless Zone Zero to release sometime in 2024, this hasn’t been fully confirmed by HoyoVerse yet, so we’re keeping it in the ‘beyond’ section for now. That said, players are currently testing out the most recent ZZZ closed beta and getting to grips with the satisfying combat, unique dungeon-crawling similarities, and cute ZZZ Bangboos.

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Earthless

A sci-fi, roguelike deckbuilder? Yes, please. Earthless is a unique deckbuilder in which your cards will help (or hinder) your journey through space on a mission to save mankind. The space game will be released into early access sometime in 2024, so if you want to be part of the Earthless development, you can wishlist now.

  • Earthless release date: 2024
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The Alters

How well can you manage different versions of yourself? That’s the unique premise behind the space survival game The Alters. You’ll need to scavenge resources from the planet you’re stranded on to make clones of yourself but with minor tweaks based on the main character’s history. Finishing your degree may mean that your Alter is more adapted to brainier tasks, while not leaving your hometown makes you more streetwise and tougher. You’ll need a whole crew to flee certain doom, but there’s no guarantee that everyone will get along. It’s your job to find the right balance and survive.

Game releases in 2025 and beyond

  • Hades 2 – Q1 2025
  • Grand Theft Auto 6 – 2025
  • Skate 4 – TBC
  • Soulframe – TBC
  • Civilization 7 – TBC
  • Path of Exile 2 – TBC
  • 2XKO – TBC
  • Marvel’s Blade – TBC
  • Silent Hill 2 – TBC
  • XDefiant – TBC
  • The Outer Worlds 2 – TBC
  • The Sims 5/Project Rene – TBC
  • The Elder Scrolls 6 – TBC
  • Dragon Age 4 – TBC
  • The Witcher 4 – TBC
  • Haunted Chocolatier – TBC
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Hades 2

You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who didn’t enjoy the first Hades; a pin-sharp action roguelike that saw you trying to escape the underworld. It had responsive, satisfying combat, fleshed-out characters, and some of the most gratifying boss fights we’ve ever seen. Well, Hades 2 looks to double down on what made the first so great, only this time you play as Melinoë, a daughter of Hades, and you are gunning for the god of time itself: Chronos. Players can get their hands on the Hades 2 early access right now, otherwise you may have to wait unil 2025 at the earliest.

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Grand Theft Auto 6

The long and short of it is, while we’ve seen leaks of this hotly anticipated action game, we know next to nothing else about it for sure. We know it’s coming sometime between 2024 and 2025 and is likely to have a Vice City setting as well as two playable protagonists with a Bonnie and Clyde relationship, but that’s it. We’ll bring you more when the game is officially announced.

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Skate 4

Skate 4, actually just named skate. to represent a series reboot as opposed to a direct sequel, is the long, long-awaited revival of the Skate series of games, over a decade on from Skate 3. The latest skateboarding game has been a while in the making, but developer Full Circle, part of EA, hasn’t been quiet about the development process, keeping us in the loop as far back as early alpha footage. While there is no release date for skate. just yet, we hope to see some open playtesting later in 2024.

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Soulframe

The Soulframe release date hasn’t been announced yet, as we know Digital Extremes were focused on getting the next Warframe expansion, Dante Unbound, out of the way first. With that release date locked in for March 2024, hopefully the team are now full steam ahead with Soulframe development. That said, there has already been some serious progress on the new game, set in a new fantasy world and inspired by real-world environmental issues, as well as Princess Mononoke and The Neverending Story.

Civilization 7

After getting confirmation that Civ 7 is in development, the much-beloved strategy game series has us wondering just how it’ll evolve this time around. We even have a Civ 7 wishlist of all the new stuff and changes to existing mechanics that we want to see. However, it’s early days as of yet, with nothing other than a confirmation that it’s being made and a Firaxis job listing to go on so far. We’ll bring you more as soon as the first trailers and gameplay details are announced.

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Path of Exile 2

What started out as a story expansion to the acclaimed ARPG from Grinding Gear Games has now become a standalone sequel. Path of Exile 2 will deliver a six-act campaign set years after the events of the previous game, as corruption once again begins to take hold of the ravaged world of Wreaclast. Your journey to stem the tide will take you through over 100 different environments, and pit you against hundreds of monsters and bosses along the way. Path of Exile 2 will also introduce brand new mechanics, including dodge rolls and weapon swapping, which are sure to shake up your approach to build customization. This free PC game is slated to join its predecessor as one of the best games like Diablo, and we can’t wait.

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2XKO

2XKO is a 2D fighting gaset in the League of Legends universe, as the likes of Jinx, Ekko, and Darius go head to head in a champion brawl format. Naturally, the 2XKO characters are the star of the show, and their movesets and signature abilities should be very familiar to LoL fans. However, it’s not just a one-on-one fight to the death. Project L matches are shaped by its team-based 2v2 tag system, which allows your chosen dynamic duos to take point and assist one another, pulling off last-minute combo-breakers to disrupt your opponent. Riot has also confirmed that 2XKO is free to play, and we expect its monetization to follow in the footsteps of League of Legends before it.

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Marvel’s Blade

If you missed the glory days of Blade, back when Wesley Snipes portrayed the legendary Daywalker, you’re in luck as Arkane Lyon is bringing the series back. In this single-player game, players assume the role of Eric Brooks, the half-man, half-vampire who has no problem confronting problems head-on with his sword equipped. Blade is a  third-person game, marking a big change from Arkane Lyon’s last games, Dishonored and Deathloop.

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Silent Hill 2

We all know it: Silent Hill 2 is one of the best horror games of all time, and, as such, there has been some concern about rebooting the game in 2024, especially given that Bloober Team is behind the new release. That said, we enjoyed Layers of Fear, and we can’t wait to see James, Pyramid Head, and Silent Hill itself in their all-new, updated glory.

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XDefiant

Ubisoft’s upcoming arena shooter will see 6v6 teams of ‘Defiants’ duke it out, using customized loadouts and powerful abilities unique to the ‘faction’ you choose. You can change your loadout each time you respawn to adapt to the fast-paced battles as they develop. Following recent beta tests, Ubisoft’s Mark Rubin released a statement on the delay of XDefiant, stating there is more work to do with compliance before the game passes the submission process. As such, he’s still keeping us waiting for a release date.

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The Outer Worlds 2

Obsidian’s hit retro-futuristic roleplaying game is getting a sequel. The teaser trailer doesn’t tell us much, simply showing off exotic alien landscapes and futuristic combat, but its wry, self-aware voiceover tells us “the developers haven’t finished the [main character’s] design, or finished the story, or finished any gameplay that’s actually ready to show”. At least it’s honest.

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The Sims 5/Project Rene

EA still hasn’t gone into great detail about how The Sims 5 will look, but in the Sims Summit video above, we did get a small glimpse of the early ideas following the Project Rene reveal. This “new era of The Sims” features more detail, more customizability, and a greater focus on community than ever before, and while there’s no set release date yet, we can’t wait to see what’s in store for The Sims.

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The Elder Scrolls 6

Bethesda finished its E3 2018 conference in the best way possible by announcing the upcoming PC game we all wanted: The Elder Scrolls VI. With only a teaser trailer of some rocky hills, ruined castles, and coastlines to go on, we’re still waiting on a setting and a launch window.

With Starfield now in orbit, we can assume (from Todd Howard’s previous comments) that attention turns to Elder Scrolls 6 as the next Bethesda game to see the light of day. Just when that will be, though, is still a mystery.

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Dragon Age 4

Otherwise known as Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, it should come as no surprise to long-time Dragon Age fans that Solas – the Dread Wolf himself – is set to return in a new high fantasy adventure set after the events of Dragon Age Inquisition. While BioWare has remained tight-lipped on the development of Dragon Age 4 thus far, lead writer Patrick Weekes says that Dreadwolf’s story explores “what happens when you don’t have power” – a question that may have startling implications for Dreadwolf’s protagonist. Regardless, we can anticipate BioWare to deliver an expansive RPG complete with politics, romance, and elves. Lots of elves.

The School of the Lynx medallion half-buried in snow with glowing red eyes, the first official teaser image of The WItcher 4, one of the most anticipated upcoming PC games.

The Witcher 4

The Witcher 4 is slated to be the first installment of a brand-new saga, so there’s a high chance that it won’t actually be called The Witcher 4. However, CD Projekt Red’s official reveal includes a School of the Lynx medallion half-buried in snowIt’s possible that this brief tease is a nod to The Witcher 4’s protagonist, though the particulars are still unclear. While The Witcher 4 is likely years away, we can’t wait to experience the follow-up to one of the best PC games of all time.

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Haunted Chocolatier

The next game from Stardew Valley developer Eric ‘Concerned Ape’ Barone has been announced, and it’s set in an enchanting fantasy town with plenty of spooky goings-on. It shares Stardew Valley’s charming pixel-art style, though the gameplay focuses on combat rather than farming. As the eponymous chocolatier, you’ll be tasked with fending off slimes to harvest ingredients for intricate chocolate creations, which you can sell and display in your own chocolate shop. There’ll also be plenty of characters to meet along the way, though relationships may play out slightly differently than in Stardew. Unfortunately, there’s been no further word on when we can expect to get our sticky hands on Barone’s upcoming game, but one thing’s for sure: the day we open our chocolate shop can’t come soon enough.

That’s a lot of games to get excited for – luckily, our anticipation levels are boundless already. I mean, there are life games, RPG games, pirate games, and so much more on this list. Of course, it’s tough to keep up with games as they come out, let alone remember the games we should save for. If you’re not looking to break the bank, we list the best free PC games you could be playing while you wait.

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