The first Warhammer Quest video game is out now on Nintendo Switch in Europe. There are also plans for the tactical RPG to hit the North American eShop in the near future.
Author: Alex Fuller
The latest generation of consoles will be getting a lot of Dungeons & Dragons this year. All of Beamdog’s Enhanced Editions of classic RPGs are getting console releases.
Two Atelier titles will be coming to North America and Europe in the first half of 2019. Nelke and the Legendary Alchemist’s March release will be followed in May by Atelier Lulua.
A new RPG will be available to order from Limited Run Games tomorrow. The latest title getting the physical treatment is Kemco and EXE-Create’s Fernz Gate.
February begins with another hefty week for new releases including Etrian Odyssey Nexus, Yo-kai Watch 3, and God Eater 3. There are also some new deals, including a big Lunar New Year sale on Steam.
inXile Entertainment’s VR RPG The Mage’s Tale is now available on PSVR. The spin-off to The Bard’s Tale takes place between the third and fourth games in the series.
During a recent press event, RPGamer’s Charalampos Papadimitriou was able to spend some time with Anthem. In addition to coming back with some gameplay footage, he also had the opportunity to put some questions to producer Scylla Costa.
PlatinumGames’ time working on Granblue Fantasy: Relink has come to an end. Cygames will be taking full control of development on the upcoming action RPG.
Nintendo has released a new trailer for Yo-kai Watch 3 going over what players will need to know for this instalment. It’s rather more straightforward than the plot summary for another title released earlier this year.
The remake of the very first Neptunia game has gotten more DLC on Steam. The Babysitter’s Club and Pain Terrain DLC add new characters and new dungeons.
Twin-stick roguelike Unexplored is coming to PS4 and Xbox One this month. The game, already available on PC and Switch, will come to both consoles packaging with all of its DLC.
This week was a big one for RPGamer with the announcement of our awards. In addition, we have the final epsiode of The Active Topical Banter Show featuring Macstorm, while there’s some big news featuring Persona Q2 and Final Fantasy XIV.
Mac gamers can at least get their hands on Divinity: Original Sin II. The Mac version supports a couple of the OS’s extra features, and can cross-play with those on PC.
Warhammer Quest 2 is now out on PC. The game joins its predecessor in coming to Steam after first releasing on iOS and Android.
Final Fantasy XIV’s Paris Fan Fest is currently underway and was opening with a keynote focusing on the upcoming Shadowbringers expansion. A release date, a new job, new locations, a new Alliance Raid series, a new playable race, and a Collector’s Edition were all revealed during it.
Persona Q2 is confirmed to be coming to North America and Europe. The crossover/spin-off will be releasing in June with Japanese-only voice acting and a limited edition featuring a Korumaru plush.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is getting a private beta next week. Ubisoft revealed the exact timings of the beta, as well as what players will be able to do during it.
Zen Studios has announced a couple of exclusivity deals for its December-announced dungeon-crawler. Operencia will be an Xbox One concols-exlcusive and an Epic Games Store PC-exclusive.
Clearly the biggest release this week is that of the long-awaited Kingdom Hearts III. That’s far from all, however, as Sunless Skies, Mage’s Initation, Dragon Marked for Death, and others make their debuts, with some new sales also available.
After being exclusive to Discord for a while for PC RPGamers, Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption is coming to Steam. In addition, the game is getting some free new challenges.