Elden Ring’s release date would have been a national holiday if PC gaming were a nation, and the shadow cast by all that early-year celebration could make a month like August 2022 appear gloomy.
There isn’t a single big game that can draw everyone’s attention as Elden Ring did with Wormfaces, Fingercreepers, and a naked man who solos bosses. However, glancing at the biggest PC releases for August doesn’t appear at all gloomy. There isn’t a clear focal point, but there are more scattered bright spots than we saw in July.
Players of Hearthstone will receive new cards, the second season of Destiny 2 will start, Sam Barlow’s most recent FMV game will be released, an intriguing, immersive sim will go on early access, and a new Saints Row game will accomplish the series’ predetermined and eternal goal of serving as the zanier Grand Theft Auto we play in between Grand Theft Autos.
Murder at Castle Nathria in Hearthstone on August 2
Expect exploding skeletons, demonic imps, and a new keyword that makes cards in your hand stronger as minions perish in Hearthstone’s second expansion of the year. Even though nothing is quite as extraordinary as the Colossal creatures from Voyage to the Sunken City, it is still a fun and flavorful set.
Thymesia: August 18
With Sekiro’s duels’ one-on-one aggression and Bloodborne’s grim setting, Thymesia combines FromSoftware games into a plague-ridden action RPG. This could be your aesthetic if Elden Ring weren’t.
Farthest Frontier: August 9
In this survival city builder, farming is no walk in the park. As you attempt to create and run a bustling medieval town, your settlers must contend with wild creatures and human plunderers, freezing blizzards and heat waves, and illnesses that infect them and their crops.
Cult of the Lamb: August 11
In this action, roguelike, explore dungeons, gather resources, and expand your base as a fluffy cult leader. As we noted the previous year, it has elements of both RimWorld and The Binding of Isaac.
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Gloomwood: August 16
Since Gloomwood’s demo debuted on Steam in 2020, it has been one of our most eagerly awaited games. The game, which its creators characterize as a “thief with firearms,” has just begun.
Rollerdrome: August 16
OllieOllie is a fantastic arcade skateboarding game built by the same people that are now into 3D shooters. The fact that Rollerdome resembles what could occur if Tony Hawk Pro Skater had firearms is enough to get our attention.
Saints Row: August 23
Saints Row is back in a rebooted universe with a brand-new city after spending ten years in cryostasis. This time, it’s fantasy Las Vegas’ turn to be destroyed by create-a-character psychos with an endless supply of rocket launchers.
Warhammer 3 Immortal Empires Total War: August 23
The eagerly anticipated Warhammer 3 upgrade will combine the three Warhammer campaigns into one enormous fighting field. We ask Sigmar to help our CPUs withstand the pressure.
Destiny 2 Season 19: August 23
On Tuesday, following a video showcase in which Bungie will introduce Lightfall, the upcoming significant addition, Destiny 2’s still-unnamed 19th season, begins. As usual, nothing is revealed yet, but guardians may anticipate Arc 3.0, which will be the last revision of the game’s original “Light” subclasses.
Immortality: August 30
Immortality, like Her Story, requires you to piece together old video footage into a mysterious story. Still, this one goes Hollywood (and probably much more meta) with three made-up “lost” films that cover an actor’s career.
More PC Games Releasing in August:
August 2 — Frogun
August 3 — South of the Circle
August 4 — Camp Canyonwood
August 9 — Two Point Campus
August 11 — Arcade Paradise
August 15 — Fashion Police Squad
August 20 — A Walk With Yiayia
August 23 — Midnight Fight Express
August 25 — I Was a Teenage Exocolonist
August 25 — Monster Outbreak
August 26 — Soul Hackers 2
August 30 — Tinykin
August 30 — TMNT: The Cowabunga Collection
August 31 — Scathe
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