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2019 is going to bring us a whole host of new PC games, and maybe even a new you. Will you pick up and play a new MMO or 4X game this year? Might there finally be a battle royale mode that captures your imagination? Will Cyberpunk 2077 somehow come out? Anything could happen in 2019, but you can be certain there will be a ton of new games, and you’ll find them in this list.

We’ve organized our massive guide to upcoming 2019 PC games by the month they’re scheduled to release. For the games that don’t have a release date yet (and there’s a ton of them), check out the page. We’ll be updating this front page with the current month’s releases and the biggest, most anticipated new games of 2019, so make sure to check back often.


Resident Evil 2

January 25 | Capcom | Steam| Survival horror
Between RE7 and the RE1 remaster, the aging zombie franchise has had a few good years. This full remake is adopting Resident Evil 4’s over-the-shoulder camera, and all the environments are 3D rather than pre-rendered. Leon and Claire now have totally unique campaigns, and everything is running in the RE7 engine, so get ready for some squishy mold, gore, and moldy gore.

Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition

January 11 | Bandai Namco | Steam | JRPG

It’s been 10 years since Vesperia graced our JRPG-loving eyes with a high-budget adventure, something the Tales series hasn’t had for a while. Aside from a prettier paint job, the new edition is coming with all the PS3 content that never released in the west. Bad news for longtime fans, though, the original cast (including Troy Baker) wasn’t asked to reprise their roles.

Onimusha: Warlords

January 15 | Capcom | Steam | Action
Capcom may have an up-and-down record with PC ports, but this will be the first time the PS2 action classic has released on PC in the west. There’s the typical remake shopping list: New graphics, new music, an analog control scheme, and the ability to start on easy mode instead of dying a bunch. Even if it turns out just alright, it’s only $20.

Tropico 6

January 25 | Kalypso | Link | Action
El Presidente returns in the latest entry of the long-running island government management simulator, which lets you manage multiple islands at once, as well as steal monuments from other countries. Seems a little impolite, but hey, they sure make the place look nice.

Dying Light 2

TBA | Techland | Link | Open world
Dying Light 2 brings big choices to the open world zombie series. With writer Chris Avellone helping in the system’s creation, your decisions will shape what happens to the city around you. Liberate a water tower, for example, and you can hand it over to authoritarian rulers so everyone can drink from it—they’ll even repair the area around it, too, making it easier to navigate. You can also choose to hand it to shadier characters, who’ll sell access to the water but give you a cut. Expect to see a lot more of how these decisions affect this ambitious game across 2019.

The Division 2

March 15 | Ubisoft | Link | Shooter
Eight-player raids come to The Division 2, as well as a big change in setting, taking the apocalyptic Tom Clancy game to Washington DC. The real sweetener, though, is the free DLC will follow release every three months for a year, so you’ll have a reason to keep coming back to this third-person online game.


  1. idapt

    Awesome stuff. Please keep writing more things like this. I really like the fact you went so in depth on this and really explored the topic as much as you did. I read a lot of blogs but usually, it’s pretty shallow content. Thanks for upping the game here!

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