Curve Games and IronOak Studios announced a follow-up to strategy RPG/board game hybrid For The King. For The King II is expected to launch for PC next year.
Crystarise is a game combining city-building, open-world exploration, and action RPG combat. Japanese developer YUKIUSAGI Games plans to release it this October.
Unexplored 2’s Xbox console release won’t be too far behind its PC release this week. In fact, it’ll just be a week later.
Capcom released the remaining eight Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak weapon trailers. The videos show new moves for the Hunting Horn, Bow, Charge Blade, Gunlance, Lance, Long Sword, Light Bowgun, and Dual Blades/
A Chinese studio is developing an RPG with a similar graphical style to Square Enix’s HD-2D titles called Codename: Wandering Sword. Along with it’s cozy graphics, the game sports multiple combat styles, and is set in ancient China.
Flyhigh Works and Secret Character’s Banchou Tactics is set to release on PC next year. The tactical RPG puts players in a conflict between high school delinquents.
Half-Baked Girls is a curiously-titled supernatural RPG from Japanese indie developer Mistrole. It is in development for PC and follows two girls trapped in a haunted mansion.
Far Away From Home is a tactical RPG from solo developer Matthew Wong. The game follows a group sucked into another world by a rift and is expected to launch for PC this summer.
Side-scrolling action RPG Lost Epic is exiting Steam Early Access in July. The game will also arrive on PS4 and PS5 consoles at the same time.
A free prologue demo is available on Steam for cyberpunk RPG Jack Move. The full game is planned to launch later this year on PC, Mac, and consoles.
Developer Odencat announced pixel-graphic RPG Meg’s Monster. The game puts players in control of a powerful monster who must defeat enemies while ensuring their young charge doesn’t cry.
Game book RPG The Use of Life is now available on Steam Early Access. The game, from solo developer Daraneko Games, is expected to fully launch in around a year and a half.
This week’s RPGamer content includes reviews for Loot River and Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising. We also have an impression for Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds, a Touken Ranbu Warriors interview, the return of JRPG Study Time, and all of the latest RPG news.
Square Enix released four short new trailers for the Live A Live Remake. The videos introduce the game’s Wild West, Middle Ages, Near Future, and Twilight of Edo Japan stories.
Rideon’s latest Mercenaries title is heading to PC. Mercenaries Rebirth: Call of the Wild Lynx will launch on Steam later this year.
Kelley enters the phlegm dimension. Chris thinks he’s an Elden Lord. Josh summons another cat. You, unfortunately, went to E3 programming camp and are now a slave for EA. Sorry.
Nintendo and Monolith Soft provided some more details and images for Xenoblade Chronicles 3. The update introduces more characters, locations, and gameplay elements.
A second character trailer for Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes introduces the potential allies from the Adrestan Empire. Players will be to join forces with Edelgad and co. next month.
Gloomhaven’s Jaws of the Lion DLC is now available on PC and Mac. That’s not all, however, as Asmodee Digital and Saber Interactive announced a console version is coming next year.
PQube and Vewo Interactive’s Nexomon and Nexomon: Extinction are coming together in a physical bundle. The bundle will launch on PS4 and Switch later this year.