On a typical day, about a dozen new games are released on Steam. And while we think this is a good thing, it can understandably be difficult to keep up with. Potentially exciting games are sure to get lost in the deluge of new things to play unless you rate every game released on Steam. So that's exactly what we did. If nothing catches your eye this week, we've rounded up the best PC games you can play right now and a list of 2020 games that will be released this year.
Released in Early Access last week, Kingdoms Reborn is an open world city builder inspired by Banished, Anno and Civilization. In addition to charting your settlement, you'll manage resources and explore a procedurally generated world with seven biomes. It also has competitive and cooperative multiplayer support. Kingdoms Reborn is expected to remain in Early Access for around two years, with new content added to virtually every aspect of the game, as well as a ton more polish.
Release date: November 03, 2020
Mobius Front '83
Here's a new real-time strategy game from Zachtronics with a fun twist: you play with the United States, but also against the United States. In other words, you're fighting an alternate US universe. But beyond that, there's another twist: you're using "high-end military hardware from the early 1980s." Simply put, this sounds like fun if you like things like Advanced Wars and Wargroove, and you still have a few minigames to enjoy.
Release date: November 06, 2020
Dude, Where Is My Beer?
It's very hard to find a good mediocre old-fashioned beer these days, and sometimes that's frustrating. “Dude, Where Is My Beer?” is a game about it: in a world of triple hop “floral notes” beers and saltwater beers, where does a plain pilsner find? In this point and click adventure, you must help the protagonist find his much-wanted pilsner, while getting rid of the indulgence of insufferable beer brothers. Truly a game for all ages.Read also
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Release date: November 05, 2020
Developer: Arik Zurabian, Edo Brenes
The Due Process game launched into Early Access last week, but it already looks promising: it's a tactical first-person shooter that's been in development for years and is sure to be of interest to Rainbow Six Siege fans. Crucially, each map is procedurally generated, so learning the ins and outs of an area won't be helpful here. Each match has a planning phase, where you will collaborate with your teammates online (both on offense and defense) using an area map. The game is expected to release at 1.0 within 6-8 months, with more maps, weapons and systems to be released during that time.
Release date: November 04, 2020
Developer: Giant Enemy Crab
YesterMorrow is a charming 2D platformer about a girl who must find her family in the rubble of a destroyed world. I bet you've played a game with exactly this premise before, but that's beside the point: the art style here is robust and lighthearted, and sometimes you just want a good platformer that doesn't mix things up too much. That said, it does have some darker elements. For example, the world also has versions: a peaceful past and a “corrupted” future.
Release date: November 05, 2020
Developer: Bitmap Galaxy
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