Need something new to play? How about one of the most anticipated games of 2023?
We’ve narrowed the many new releases this month down to the top ten. From motocross to survival-horror, there’s something for everyone in March.
If you’re looking for something specific, you can find deals on all the biggest new games of 2023 in our Coming Soon section.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty
3rd March – PC, PS4/PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S
Some call this genre of game “Masocore”, some call it “Soulslike”, and some call it “Really Fu#$%ng Hard”. Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is the latest release from acclaimed developer Team Ninja– the minds behind Nioh, Ninja Gaiden, and Dead or Alive.
Players will once again put their skills with the blade to the test, (along with their rage-quitting and controlling-throwing fortitude) in a new dark fantasy setting.
Not sure if this action RPG is right for you? Take Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty for a test ride with a 1-month Game Pass subscription on Xbox or PC.
Monster Energy Supercross 6
9th March – PC, PS4/PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S
This is the (only) official game of the AMA Supercross Championship, and the new features this year make it the best (and most immersive) entry in the series to date. Including personal coaching from the legendary Jeremy McGrath, a new Supercross Park, new Rhythm Attack mode, and a revamped Track Editor. Plus, cross-play will be supported for the first time ever! And, unlike many games these days, local split-screen multiplayer will be returning. Find out more via the store page below.
Resident Evil 4 (Remake)
24th March – PC, PS4/PS5, Xbox Series X|S
Time to Relive the nightmare that revolutionized survival horror.
Resident Evil 4 is frequently at the top of many best-of-the-series lists, and now it’s back (and hopefully) better than ever. This time around, you can expect vividly detailed graphics, modernized gameplay, and even a reimagined storyline. As developer Capcom puts it, “Resident Evil 4 marks the rebirth of an industry juggernaut”.
6 years after the events of Resident Evil 2, Leon Kennedy returns to rescue the president’s daughter and thwart another potential biological disaster. A unique blend of action and survival-horror, Creative enemies, and a compelling story (that sees the return of well-known characters) are what make Resident Evil 4 a fan-favorite.
The Last of Us Part 1 (PC Release)
28th March – PC
You’ve seen the show, now play the game! Or, better yet, you haven’t seen the show yet and you’ve been waiting to play the game. (That’s what we think you should do).
Captivating characters, heart-wrenching moments, the makings of an HBO smash hit– It’s all in The Last of Us. And now it’s more accessible than ever after being freed from the shackles of PlayStation exclusivity. Do yourself a favor and give it a try (before you watch the show).
31st March – PC/MacOS/Linux, PS4/PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S
What do Bioshock, Deus Ex, SOMA, and Prey have in common? They’re all spiritual succors to a little sci-fi shooter game called System Shock that originally released in 1994.
Now, nearly 30 years later, we see the return of this genre-defining title with a full-fledged remake. Updated controls, GD visuals, an overhauled interface, and an all-new soundtrack enhance the sci-fi horror experience of self-aware AI on a space station gone to hell.
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