PC gaming 2024

Release Dates of Major Video Games Coming Soon on PC


PC gamers are now witnessing an influx of console-exclusive games making their way to platforms like Steam and other launchers, bridging the gap between console and PC gaming. This trend is particularly evident with Microsoft’s commitment to porting their impressive game library to both systems. The integration of console-exclusive titles on PC is excellent news for those who don’t own a console, offering a broader gaming experience. Looking ahead to 2024 and beyond, PC players can anticipate a wealth of exciting major video games, including visually impressive indie releases and AAA titles that promise stunning graphics on powerful gaming rigs.

The gaming landscape in 2025 and beyond remains a subject of curiosity, as the distinctions between console and PC gaming continue to blur, providing an exciting outlook for the PC gaming community. It’s worth noting that the upcoming game release calendar primarily focuses on North American release dates.

2024 PC Games for the Month of January

January 2024 has seen a significant upturn in gaming excitement, particularly in its final week, after a slow start. Major releases include “Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown,” which, despite initial challenges, has garnered widespread praise at launch. “Palworld,” an open-world survival game, has made a successful early-access debut on Steam and shows promise for long-term popularity.

Additionally, a flurry of anticipated titles like “Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth,” “Tekken 8,” and “Granblue Fantasy: Relink” have launched on PC. “Infinite Wealth” and “Relink,” both JRPGs, offer unique experiences in terms of setting and combat, with the former attracting significant attention. Meanwhile, “Tekken 8” is poised to be one of the year’s most popular fighting games, adding to the diverse and exciting gaming landscape of 2024.

  • January 1: “Ineth” and “Open Air” (PC)
  • January 5: “The Night is Grey,” “Portal Revolution,” “Shivering Stone” (PC, various consoles), “Tools Up! Ultimate Edition” (PC, various consoles)
  • January 8: “Archaelund,” “The Last Flame: Prologue,” “Supernormal” (PC)
  • January 9: “Noxious Weeds” (PC)
  • January 10: “Beer Factory,” “Buriedbornes2 – Dungeon RPG,” “Ikkarus and the Prince of Sin” (PC, various consoles)
  • January 11: “Momodora: Moonlit Farewell,” “Radiance,” “Reigns: Three Kingdoms,” “War Hospital” (PC, some consoles)
  • January 12: “Angel at Dusk,” “Computer Repair Shop,” “Shinorubi” (PC, various consoles)
  • January 13: “Crystal Story: Dawn of Dusk” (PC)
  • January 15: “The Fancy Pants Adventures: Classic Pack,” “Sovereign Syndicate,” “Time Survivors” (PC)
  • January 16: “Contain,” “Home Safety Hotline,” “Kingsvein,” “Toy Trains” (PC, some consoles)
  • January 17: “All Quiet in the Trenches,” “Dominions 6 – Rise of the Pantokrator,” “First Cut: Samurai Duel,” “The Last Flame,” “No Case Should Remain Unsolved” (PC)
  • January 18: “Aground Zero,” “Bulletstorm VR,” “Fractured Veil – Early Access,” “Knights of Grayfang,” “Lonestar,” “New Cycle,” “Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown,” “Sushi Shot,” “Three Kingdoms Zhao Yun,” “Turnip Boy Robs a Bank” (PC, some consoles)
  • January 19: “The Cub,” “Gordian Rooms 2: A Curious Island,” “Palworld” (PC, various consoles)
  • January 21: “100 Capitalist Cats” (PC)
  • January 22: “Pirates Journey” (PC)
  • January 23: “Lil’ Guardsman,” “Stargate: Timekeepers,” “Trans-Siberian Railway Simulator: Prologue” (PC, some consoles)
  • January 24: “Anomaly Agent,” “Enshrouded,” “Heroes of Eternal Quest,” “Roots of Yggdrasil,” “Taddle Quest,” “Saga of the Moon Priestess” (PC, some consoles)
  • January 25: “Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy,” “Atelier Resleriana: Forgotten Alchemy and the Polar Night Liberator,” “Core Devourer,” “Go Mecha Ball,” “Jett Rider – Reduce, Reuse and BLAST IT OFF!,” “Kritika: Zero,” “MACROSS Shooting Insight,” “Mad World – Age of Darkness – MMORPG,” “Phantom Abyss,” “RIN: The Last Child,” “Under Night In-Birth 2 Sys:Celes,” “Unforetold: Witchstone” (PC, various consoles)
  • January 26: “Into the Necrovale,” “Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth,” “Tekken 8” (PC, various consoles)
  • January 29: “Chronique des Silencieux,” “Granblue Fantasy: Relink,” “Outcast Tales: The First Journey,” “The Symbiant Re:Union” (PC, some consoles)
  • January 30: “Corsairs Legacy – Pirate Action RPG & Sea Battles,” “Dead by Daylight: Alan Wake,” “The Lost Legends of Redwall: The Scout – Anthology,” “The Quinfall” (PC, various consoles)
  • January 31: “Eastward: Octopia,” “Speed Crew,” “Tower Tales” (PC, some consoles)


Prince of Persia The Lost Crown


2024 PC Games for the Month of February

The latter half of January 2024, filled with diverse game releases, sets the stage for an exciting start to the year, leading into February and March, which are traditionally bustling with major launches as publishers strive to release titles before the fiscal year ends. February promises an array of significant PC games spanning various genres, including JRPG with “Persona 3 Reload,” third-person shooter “Helldivers 2,” the open-world game “Skull And Bones,” and the action-adventure title “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.” Despite mixed pre-launch receptions, each of these games holds the potential to be successful and well-received.

  • Feb 1: “Boxes: Lost Fragments” (PC)
  • Feb 2: “Jujutsu Kaisen: Cursed Clash” (Multiple Platforms), “Legendary Hoplite” (PC), “Persona 3 Reload” (Multiple Platforms), “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League” (Multiple Platforms)
  • Feb 5: “Tales of Spark” (PC)
  • Feb 6: “Alisa: Developer’s Cut” (Multiple Platforms), “CLeM” (PC), “Vampire: The Masquerade – Justice” (PC)
  • Feb 7: “WitchHand” (PC)
  • Feb 8: “Helldivers 2” (PC), “The Inquisitor” (PC), “KONOSUBA” game (Multiple Platforms), “Retrowave World” (PC), “Touhou Danmaku Kagura Phantasia Lost” (PC)
  • Feb 13: “Arzette” game (Multiple Platforms), “Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden” (Multiple Platforms), “Fight Crab 2” (PC), “News Tower” (PC), “Ultros” (PC)
  • Feb 14: “Solium Infernum” (PC), “Tomb Raider I-III Remastered” (Multiple Platforms)
  • Feb 15: “Gunvolt Records Cychronicle” (Multiple Platforms), “Spirit Hunter: Death Mark 2” (Multiple Platforms)
  • Feb 16: “Recolit” (PC), “Skull And Bones” (Multiple Platforms)
  • Feb 20: “Irem Collection Volume 2” (Multiple Platforms), “Le Mans Ultimate” (PC), “qomp2” (Multiple Platforms), “The Thaumaturge” (PC), “TUS” (PC)
  • Feb 21: “Bandle Tale” (PC), “Slave Zero X” (Multiple Platforms), “Terminator: Dark Fate – Defiance” (PC)
  • Feb 22: “Garden Life: A Cozy Simulator” (Multiple Platforms), “Open Roads” (Multiple Platforms), “Nightingale” (PC), “Pacific Drive” (Multiple Platforms), “The Tribe Must Survive” (PC), “Yohane the Parhelion – NUMAZU in the MIRAGE -” (PC)
  • Feb 26: “Primitive Society Simulator” (PC), “Twilight Wars” (PC)
  • Feb 27: “Backrooms Break” (PC), “Piczle Cross: Story of Seasons” (Multiple Platforms)
  • Feb 28: “Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons” (Multiple Platforms), “Primitive Environment Survival” (PC), “Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster” (Multiple Platforms), “Winter Survival” (PC)
  • Feb 29: “Welcome to ParadiZe” (Multiple Platforms)


Kill the Justice League


2024 Games After February

In 2024, PC gaming is set to have an impressive array of new games, with March looking particularly exciting, following a strong start to the year. Although April and May might not feature as many big-name titles, the pace of new releases isn’t expected to drop significantly. Notable games like Homeworld 3, Dragon’s Dogma 2, SaGa Emerald Beyond, and Manor Lords are among the many anticipated releases scheduled for the first half of the year.

  • March 1: The Mobius Machine (PC)
  • March 5: Expeditions: A MudRunner Game (PC and other consoles), Life by You (PC), Outlast Trials (PC and other consoles)
  • March 6: Hex Gambit: Respawned (PC and other consoles), Reveil (PC and other consoles)
  • March 7: Chasing the Unseen (PC), Crown Wars: The Black Prince (PC and some consoles), Taxi Life: A City Driving Simulator (PC and some consoles), Top Racer Collection (PC and other consoles), Zoria: Age of Shattering (PC)
  • March 8: Homeworld 3 (PC), Summerhouse (PC), WWE 2K24 (PC and other consoles)
  • March 11: Stellar Settlers: Space Base Builder (PC)
  • March 14: Paint the Town Red VR (PC)
  • March 15: Elteria Adventures (PC), Esports Godfather (PC), Outcast: A New Beginning (PC and some consoles)
  • March 19: Raw Metal (PC)
  • March 20: Alone in the Dark (PC and some consoles), Scott Whiskers in: the Search for Mr. Fumbleclaw (PC, Switch)
  • March 22: Dragon’s Dogma 2 (PC and some consoles), The Legend of Legacy HD Remastered (PC and other consoles), Whisker Waters (PC and some consoles)
  • March 25: Acolyte of the Altar (PC)
  • March 26: Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles (PC and other consoles), Outpost: Infinity Siege (PC), Prison Architect 2 (PC), South Park: Snow Day! (PC and other consoles)
  • March 27: Brocula (PC)
  • March 28: Cozynauts (PC), Mars 2120 (PC, Switch), Winning Post 10 2024 (PC and other consoles)
  • March 29: Felvidek (PC)
  • April 16: Europa (PC)
  • April 23: Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes (PC and other consoles), Tales of Kenzera: Zau (PC and some consoles)
  • April 25: Assault Suit Leynos 2 Saturn Tribute (PC and other consoles), Megaton Musashi: Wired (PC and other consoles), SaGa Emerald Beyond (PC and other consoles)
  • April 26: Manor Lords (PC), Sand Land (PC and some consoles)
  • May 16: Ships Simulator 2024 (PC)
  • May 21: Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 (PC, XBX/S)
  • June 4: Destiny 2: The Final Shape (PC and other consoles)
  • June 18: The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Road (PC and other consoles)
  • June 20: TouHou Legend of Fairy Souls (PC)
  • June 28: Neverdark (PC)
  • July 22: Football Story (PC)
  • July 30: -HOME- Survival (PC)
  • August 20: Black Myth: Wukong (PC and some consoles)
  • September: Spiral (PC)
  • September 5: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2: Heart of Chornobyl (PC, XBX/S)
  • September 9: Warhammer 40k: Space Marine 2 (PC and some consoles)
  • October 10: Immolation (PC)


SaGa Emerald Beyond


Notable Games with No Release Dates Yet

The year 2024 is just beginning, and it’s already shaping up to be an exciting time. We can only guess what surprises the upcoming months will bring. While video game consoles often get most of the attention, playing games on a PC is now better than ever. This year, we can expect many new and unexpected games, including some indie titles that might become very popular. Several games are planned to be released this year, but their exact release dates are not confirmed yet.

Here are some of the games we’re looking forward to:

  • AdventureQuest Worlds: Infinity (PC)
  • AI Limit (PC, PS5)
  • Alliance of the Sacred Suns (PC)
  • Another Crab’s Treasure (PC, Switch)
  • Arctic Awakening (PC and other consoles)
  • Death Relives (PC and other consoles)
  • Berserk Boy (PC and other consoles)
  • Blazing Strike (PC and other consoles)
  • Blue Protocol (PC, PS5, XBX/S)
  • Crazy Lemmings (PC)
  • Demon’s Mirror (PC)
  • Fallen Aces (PC)
  • Final Fantasy 14: Dawntrail (PC and other consoles)
  • Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn (PC and other consoles)
  • Gori: Cuddly Carnage (PC and other consoles)
  • Hell is Us (PC and some consoles)
  • Highwater (PC and other consoles)
  • Island of Winds (PC, PS5)
  • Jack Holmes: Master of Puppets (PC and some consoles)
  • Killer Klowns From Outer Space (PC and other consoles)
  • KindFolx (PC)
  • Kitsune Tails (PC and some consoles)
  • Level Zero (PC and other consoles)
  • The Light of the Darkness (PC)
  • Little Devil Inside (PC and other consoles)
  • Little Nightmares 3 (PC and other consoles)
  • Lorelei and the Laser Eyes (PC, Switch)
  • Lysfanga: The Time-Shift Warrior (PC)
  • Mandragora (PC and other consoles)
  • Monolith: Requiem of the Ancients (PC and other consoles)
  • Monster Hunter Wilds (PC and some consoles)
  • Path of Exile 2 (PC)
  • Plague Lords (PC)
  • Replaced (PC, XBX/S)
  • SacriFire (PC and other consoles)
  • Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse Remastered (Platforms to be announced)
  • Synduality (PC and some consoles)
  • Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown (PC and other consoles)
  • The Time I Have Left (PC)
  • Transformers: Reactivate (PC)
  • Whalefall (PC, Consoles to be announced)
  • XDefiant (PC and other consoles)
  • Yasha: Legends of the Demon Blade (PC and other consoles)

Experience a Year Filled with Surprises

It looks like 2024 is shaping up to be a fantastic year for PC gaming, with a diverse range of titles spanning various genres and styles. The continued integration of console-exclusive games onto PC platforms is a significant trend that enriches the PC gaming ecosystem. The list you provided showcases an exciting mix of indie games, major franchise releases, and sequels that cater to a wide array of gaming preferences.

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