With last month’s bombardment of delay announcements, gamers might be in a low with how much longer they will have to wait for their anticipated titles. However, this month might help lighten the mood. February brings several titles with excitement, action, and satire.
Games TBA During February
“4th Generation Warfare (4GW)” is an early access PC game planned for release in February. The gameplay feels similar to the “Civilization” series that simulates modern warfare.
Similarly, “Beyond Blue’s” release date is to be announced. The game is a futuristic 3rd-person diving simulator exploring uncharted areas of the ocean.
“Dawn of Fear” is as exclusive for the Playstation 4. The game gives the nostalgia vibe of Konami’s “Silent Hill 2” with their fixed camera angles and survival horror aesthetic of Infogames’ “Alone in the Dark.”
A real nostalgia feel in a game release is “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics” for all platforms except for Google’s Stadia.
“Monster Energy Supercross 3” for all platforms.
Another horror game comes in “Zombie Army 4: Dead War” for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Indie cyberpunk puzzle platformer game, “7th Sector,” is released for the PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch.
“Ghosts’n DJs” is a free to play, run-and-gun, satire indie game based off of the classic arcade hit Ghosts’n Goblins. The music is created by Spanish house DJ/record producer Dr. Kucho!. The game will be on PC only.
“Necronator: Dead Wrong” is more than a micro RTS game. It includes a comedic narrative that seems like “Battleblock Theater,” while clashing with “Clash of Clans.” The game will be released on PC.
Where dating sim meets pet care comes “Best Friends Forever” to the PC and Nintendo Switch.
Top-down hack-and-slash “Darksiders Genesis” will be released on the PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch.
“Mokoko” is an indie, NSFW arcade game inspired by games like “Volfied,” “Qix,” and “Gals Panic.” The PC game includes 24 levels with random tasks in order to save unlock a picture of a girl and her story.
“Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2” on all platforms except for the Google Stadia.
“Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late” is out for the PS4 and Nintendo Switch.
“Ciel Fledge” is to be released for the PC and Nintendo Switch.
Action-adventure roguelike “Conan Chop Chop” by Mighty Kingdom is a party-player game that brings “Tower Fall” to a 3D platform. The game uses Conan the Barbarian as its world aesthetic. It will be released on all platforms except for Stadia.
MMORPG “Neverwinter: Infernal Descent” will be released on the PS4 and Xbox One.
SEGA’s medical simulator, “Two Point Hospital,” comes to the PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch.
Bigben Interactive’s ATV racing game, “Overpass,” that was teased at E3 will finally be released on all platforms except for Google’s Stadia.
Ironic manga and anime’s “One Punch Man” is finally experienced as a game. “One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows” is an upcoming fighting video game developed by Spike Chunsoft and published by BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Neverland Co. Nintendo 3DS “Rune Factory 4 Special” is remade for the Nintendo Switch. The game clashes the genres of “Stardew Valley” with chibi-style “Pokemon Sword and Shield.”
The games this month cover a wide range of genres, namely action, and comedy. With so many titles to choose from, there’s something to fill your time until next’s big releases.