Biggest PC games releasing in the next 3 months of 2020

Let’s have a look at the games we’ll be expecting in January, February and March of 2020

Usually the winter period of gaming is slow, just like winter itself. It is worth the patience though, as there are strong time killers such as Temtem or Conan Chop Chop. There are long awaited games coming too such as Doom Eternal and Mount and Blade II: Bannerlord.

The list below features the biggest PC games you’ll be (hopefully) getting your hands on these 3 months of winter. We’ll have a lil sneakpeak at April as well. Oh before we get there though, there is no Cyberpunk-2077 until September, just a heads up.


January

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot – Release: Out Now

Dragon Ball Z saga in an action RPG story. DBZ Fanboys must be wildin’. It has all the aspects of an RPG; side quests, battlefields, and most important of all, fishing.
Buy it: SteamHumble

Temtem – Release: January 21

If you ever wanted a Pokémon MMO on PC, this one is for you, just replace Pokémon’s with a new type of creatures called Temtem. These Temtem’s can be caught, traded, bred, and put into fights in the solo or co-op story quests of the game. Ofcourse there is a Team Rocket-esque villian group called Clan Belsoto.
Buy it: SteamHumble

The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners – Release: January 23

This one is for the VR owners. If you ever wanted to become Rick or Negan from The Walking Dead TV show, The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners is a survival VR-only game where you’ll work with or against other NPCs to survive in a zombie-infested New Orleans. The trailer does look rather like an expansion pack for The Sims, but that is VR graphics so who can complain.
Buy it: SteamHumble

Warcraft 3: Reforged – Release: January 28

RTS classic remade! Warcraft III: Reforged will come with new and improved graphics, 2 new campaigns, some balancing adjustments and multiplayer features. On top of that it’ll have the custom games feature and an improved and upgraded World Editor. Even if you haven’t played the classic, you’ll still get a liking for this game. I mean, it is an RTS and it doesn’t take long to get into an RTS.
Buy it: Blizzard


February

Zombie Army 4: Dead War – Release: February 4

If you’re familiar with the Sniper Elite series, you must know about the Zombie Army series as well; the Sniper Elite zombie spin-offs. Zombie Army 4: Dead War will feature 4 player co-op against zombie Hitler and the nazi zombie horde. Imagining telling an old person about this game, he’ll call us crazy.
Buy it: Epic StoreHumble

Conan Chop Chop – Release: February 25

This might seem like a joke to you, because it was. Conan Chop Chop was announced as an April Fools Joke, but it is actually a real game. It is a co-op hack n’ slash game which looks quite fun if you wanna sit down with your mates, have a cup of coffee and go around destroying monsters and breaking their families. Ah, peace.
Buy it: Steam

One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows – Release: February 27

It was only inevitable that One Punch Man get a game for himself. Saitama, or One Punch Man, can defeat any villian with a remarkable one punch, which absolutely annihilates anyone. He has a very rigorous daily training routine:100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats, and a 10k run. The game is a 3v3 fighting game which features the characters from the One Punch Man anime series and manga. Quite a headscratcher when you come to think of how a game featuring an undefeatable character can be made, the trailer does show Saitama being an absolute boss and tanking every hit of his opponent. Ofcourse there will be some balancing done, I hope.
Buy it: Bandai Namco


March

Ori and the Will of the Wisps – Release: March 11

Ah the sweet melody of the mention of a long awaited game. The follow-up to Ori and the Blind Forest will finally be coming after long 5 years. We can’t wait to see what new beautiful scenes, tricky platforms and sad vibes this game will bring to us. Here’s to high hopes for the sequel
Buy it: Steam

Doom Eternal – Release: March 20

This is Hell on earth. When people were done playing the Doom 2016 reboot, they yearned for another game, like hungry souls of hell yearning to get a taste of life. The sequel to Doom 2016 looks quite appealing to us hungry souls, where we are just a godamn superman at this point and our bloodthirsy goal is to destroy demons as if they are insects. Doom series has been getting one of the best reboots amongst other rebooted games. Doom Eternal was predicted to release back in 2019, but this date is the true release date. Doom fanbase is one big, bloodthirsty fanbase, and modders also work hard to make amazing stuff like reviving Doom 2016 in Doom 2 happen.
Buy it: SteamHumble

Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord – Release: March 31(Early Access)

I was a wee lil kid when this game had begun development. I’m married now and it is still in development, hopefully not for long. The long awaited sequel to medieval sandbox RPG Mount & Blade is finally coming to an early access release. Now I wouldn’t be surprised if they said “Sorry it actually wasn’t 2020 but 2120” cause that is what the devs have been doing, but if they’ve put this much effort into it, it is going to be a phenomenal game for the people who are familiar with the previous game. This game will be played by the children of my children, and I will pass it down as inheritence.
Buy it: Steam


April

Cyberpunk-2077 was to be released in April, but it has been delayed to September, so this month is Keanu Reeves-less sadly. There are, however, some eyecatchers for April such as:

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