During its X019 event, Microsoft revealed that the Yakuza sereis is coming to Xbox. Yakuza Zero, Yakuza Kiwami, and Yakuza Kiwami 2 will all be released on Xbox One early next year.
Square Enix revealed that the earlier titles in the Kingdom Hearts will be coming to Xbox One next year. In addition, a demo version of Kingdom Hearts III is now available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Microsoft is expanding the titles available through Xbox Game Pass. The games coming to the service in the next year include plenty of RPGs.
Idea Factory International provided some details and images for Arc of Alchemist’s combat. It also revealed that the Nintendo Switch version will be joining the PlayStation 4 version when it launches in the west early next year.
Pokémon Sword and Shield, Sparklite, and Romancing SaGa 3 head up this week’s new releases, while Yaga arrives on other platforms follow its Apple Arcade debut and Rune II and N.E.O launch on PC. There is also a mixture of continuing and new sales.
A pair of indie RPGs are now available on Steam Early Access. Those interested can check out in-progress versions of Worldwalker Games’ Wildermyth and Wegenbartho Games’ The Donnerwald Experiment.
Little Witch in the Woods is an upcoming fantasy witch-life RPG. Developer Sunny Side Up released a new trailer for the game, which is currently planned for release on Steam next year.
N.E.O is an action RPG from Japenese developer Black Beard Design Studio. The game is out now for PC via Steam.
After a long wait, Shenmue III is nearly here. Here’s one last launch trailer before the game hits next week.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon now has a demo available in Japan, which brought with it a new ten-minute story trailer. The video shows all the game’s important characters, plus one very familiar face.
The region of Galar will be getting an influx of new trainers shortly. Pokémon Sword and Shield received a quick trailer ahead of their launch on Friday.
Google has announced a twelve-game launch lineup for the Stadia streaming service. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Destiny 2 will be the two RPGs on the service when it launches next week.
Human Head Studios’ Rune II is out now for PC on the Epic Games Store. Following the launch, the developer announced it is closing down, though its staff will be joining a new studio under Bethesda.
Sega has provided more details about Project Sakura Wars and the in-game competition hosted by the World Combat Revue Federation. There is also a new character music video focusing on Claris.
Wired Productions has announced an Xbox One version of aerial combat RPG The Falconeer. The game will get its first public demo this week at London’s X019 event.
Exactly twenty-four years after it first launched in Japan, Romancing SaGa 3 finally releases in North America and Europe. It seems that Romancing SaGa Re;universe won’t take nearly as long to head over, though.
The PC version of Playism and Grayfax Software’s Orangeblood has been pushed back. It will now join the game’s console versions in 2020.
Koei Tecmo revealed Japanese release dates for its port of PlayStation title Monster Rancher. The game will come to iOS and Android later this month, with a Switch release following in December.
Open world adventure RPG Pine originally released for PC, Mac, and Linux in October. The game will also be coming to Nintendo Switch, with that version now set to launch later this month.
This week’s RPGamer content features two new reviews for Mary Skelter 2 and Conception Plus. The RPG Backtrack tackles Final Fantasy XV, while there are new RPGCast and Q&A Quest episodes alongside all the latest RPG news.