Best Top Upcoming PC Games 2019
Wondering what the upcoming games 2019 you’re going to play? Look no further than the following epic list. Your devoted friends at Nerd Much? Scoured the web to check each game that was officially slated for release in 2019.
Out of that mega list of games, we picked our most anticipated games coming next year.
We’ve compiled those games into this unique one-of-a-kind list that you can’t possibly find anywhere else on the Internet. You’re welcome.
Thanks to this year’s E3, we now have tons of new games scheduled to launch sometime in 2019.
And while the majority of them won’t have firm release dates announced for quite a while, it still gives us something to look forward to. Plus, you know, some of the games below DO actually have dates.
This list will continue to be updated with the announcement of new titles and the release dates. And of course, if one of these games slips into the abyss of 2020, we will correctly remove them.
Take a look at what 2019 has in store for us thus far with our list below, and let us know which of these games has you most excited in the comments. It’ll be fun, promise.
Upcoming PC Games 2019
As 2018 comes to a close, it’s time to start looking ahead to all the fantastic new games of 2019
Resident Evil 2 Remake
Fans asked, and Capcom reacted in kind. The Resident Evil 2 remake takes you back to a classic survival horror, bringing us back to Raccoon City with Leon Scott Kennedy and Claire Redfield as they fight for their lives.
It’s staggering to see what the Resident Evil 7 engine (and 20 years of graphical progress) has done for the visual revamp of this 1998 classic: the highly detailed zombies are covered in blood, slime, and rotting flesh, and the foreboding environments look frighteningly lifelike.
The third-person, over-the-shoulder camera should bring the gameplay more in line with modern expectations, making for some truly claustrophobic scares, and the reimagined cutscenes strive to be legitimately spine-chilling as they retell the original story. Put simply, this remake won’t be for the faint of heart.
Anthem is essentially EA‘s answer to Destiny: a shared world shooter to immerse players fully in a gigantic science fiction universe. You play as a freelancer (don’t call them guardians) engaged in mass-effect shootouts in your Javelin exhibition to explore and exterminate gigantic alien biomes.
Metro Exodus is the third game in this criminally underappreciated post-apocalyptic FPS series, transporting you to the irradiated ruins of modern civilization, now teeming with mutated animals, which somehow still manage to look beautiful (in a bleak, desolate kind of way). You play as a hardened survivor slowly making your way across Russia during a harsh nuclear winter, fending off gigantic rats in abandoned subway tunnels and scavenging for supplies topside. Just be sure to keep an eye out for any radioactive bears that could get the jump on you.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
A new game by the action masters RPG From Software tends to be a blessing and a curse. A blessing, because it means to explore and absorb for months another lovingly crafted world. A curse, because it also means that we will be frightened, beaten and killed time and again by the studio’s punishing approach to the challenge of gameplay.
The most enticing feature spotted so far? A grappling hook, which could drastically change how we traverse the expertly made zones and arenas. Get ready to die all over again.
Devil May Cry 5
Devil May Cry 5 keeps the grim esthetic of Ninja Theory’s DmC, but draws the reboot plot for the story of the numbered games to continue.
Described by Capcom as a ” true sequel ” to Devil May Cry 4, the game puts players in control of Nero, a demon hunter with a robot arm and a sword.