New releases for the week of March 19th
This week is shaping up to be a great week for new releases, with many highly anticipated games dropping on all platforms. So without further ado, here are your biggest releases this week!
Sea of Thieves, March 20th. (Xbox One, PC)
The highly anticipated Sea of Thieves, developed by the legendary Rare studio. Sea of Thieves is a swashbuckling adventure in which you can set sail solo, or take to the seas with a crew of your best mates. It’s a game that will feature pulse-pounding PVP, treasure, mutiny and even a giant Kraken with which to do battle. Sound like your kind of game? Or are you on the fence about it? Not to worry, as this is the first of many Xbox exclusives that will be a part of your Xbox Game Pass membership.
Assassin’s Creed Rogue: Remastered. March 20th (Xbox One, PS4)
I know, I know. Its another month and here we are with another remaster, however, this title has a little more value to it then most remasters in the fact that many people did not get to play it the first time around. Assassins Creed Rogue originally launched on November 11th, 2014 which was the exact same day as Assassins Creed Unity. Rogue was never available on the Xbox One or Ps4 as it released only on previous generation systems, Xbox 360 and Ps3. If you missed this game the first time around, it is definitely worth taking a look
Attack On Titan 2, March 20th. (Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC)
The sequel to 2016’s Attack on Titan game, developed by Omega Force and published by Koei Tecmo. Promises to deliver everything that fans of the anime and previous title loved, while still improving on the groundwork of the game. This game is a must-have for Attack on Titan fans, as well as people looking for a unique hack-and-slash experience.
A Way Out, March 23rd. (Xbox One, PS4, PC)
From the director Josef Fares who is most well known for the indie sensation Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. A Way Out is a unique one of a kind game published by EA and developed by Hazelight studios. It is a co-op experience in which in the most basic sense you attempt to break out of prison. With an intriguing plot, unique gameplay, this game is sure to interest a wide audience. One thing that is important noting is that if you wish to play this game co-op with a friend, only one of you needs to own a copy. As long as one person owns a copy of the game, you can invite any of your friends into this 2 player co-op experience.
Ni No Kuni II, March 23rd. (PS4, PC)
Ni No Kuni II, the follow up to the 2010 PS3 classic JRPG Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. This is one of the most anticipated JRPG titles since Persona 5 came out last year. This franchise is well known for its unique art style, fantastic storytelling, and unforgettable characters. If you are a lover of the JRPG genre, even if you have not played the original. Ni No Kuni II certainly looks like a good place to start for new fans!
This concludes our list for this week, is there any games that we missed that you are excited for? Let us know in the comments!