Koei Tecmo has announced the western release dates for Atelier Ryza 2. The heroine returns on PC, Switch, PS4, and PS5 in January.
New releases this week include Torchlight III, Tears of Avia, Crown Trick, Noita, and Batbarian: Testament of the Primordials. Meanwhie, Cloudpunk comes to consoles and some new sales appear.
Cornfox & Bros.’s action RPG Oceanhorn 2 has a Switch release date. The game, which launched for iOS last year, will come to the console in a couple of weeks.
Time-manipulation RPG Cris Tales has been pushed a bit further into the future. The game will now launch on its numerous platforms next year.
The second part of Bandai Namco’s developer diary video series for Scarlet Nexus is now available. Art Director Kouta Ochiai and Game Director Kenji Anabuki discuss the game’s setting and the future nation of New Himuka.
Borderlands 3 will be getting dedicated next-generation versions. Those versions will launch on the same day as their respective consoles.
Tactical RPG XCOM 2 is heading to iOS devices this November. Now players will be able to customize and assemble a squad of elite anti-alien troops on the go.
Developer NeocoreGames has announced a turn-based tactical RPG. King Arthur: Knight’s Tale puts players in the role of Sir Mordred as he attempts to strike down King Arthur for good.
Though it was planned for launch this week, Woodsalt has been pushed back. The game will now launch for PC and Switch in December.
After its revamped campaign launched on the Epic Games Store in September, Rune II is heading to Steam. The Decapitation Edition will launch next month.
Citizens Unite! Earth x Space is coming in early 2021. The Citizens double pack is scheduled to release near the end of January.
Sega showed off plenty of gameplay for Yakuza: Like a Dragon in a two-hour livestream. The stream utilised the game’s Xbox Series X version, which will launch alongside most other platforms this November.
Xuan-Yuan Sword VII now has a release date. The game will come to PC worldwide and PS4 in Asia at the end of this month, with Japanese and western PS4 releases and an Xbox One version to follow later.
Witch Spring 3 Re:Fine is launching for Nintendo Switch in Japan this December. The game is an enhanced version of a mobile witch raising RPG launched in 2017.
RPGamer’s ad hoc Kickstarter Check-In feature returns for a look at two ongoing crowdfunding campaigns. This edition features Pixel Sprout Studios’ Sun Haven, as well as Something Awesome Games’ Patagon: The Forbidden Island.
The Magister is set to release in early 2021 on Nintendo Switch and PC. The game allows players to investigate a murder while engaging in deck-building, card-based combat.
This week’s RPGamer content includes new reviews for Necromunda: Underhive Wars and The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk, plus a video version of our latest Ys Origin review. Meanwhile, Black Legend gets an impression and Robotics;Notes Elite is the subject of a new Adventure Corner, alongside all of the latest RPG news.
Level-5 announced an exact date for Yo-kai Watch Jam: Yo-kai Academy Y’s PS4 launch in Japan. The spin-off will come to the console at the end of this month.
Robert joins the cast again as Alex, Anna Marie, and Chris get ready for Extra Life 2020! There’s a lot of embargoed gaming going on this week, but we still manage to round up all the important news of the week for your entertainment. We’re counting down to November 7th with plenty of enthusiasm.
Private Division and Obsidian Entertainment announced that The Outer Worlds will be available for PC on Steam on October 23, 2020. The PC version is...