Whether or not you missed the first day of The Guerrilla Collective, a three-day gaming event taking place over this weekend, we have a list of all the trailers and games shown off in the stream.
System Shock Remake
System Shock is a complete remake of the 1994 classic built by Nightdive Studios, a team of industry veterans. A release date has yet to be announced. System Shock is due out on Steam and GOG later this year in addition to Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia. You can currently try an alpha demo on Steam and GOG.
A procedurally generated collectible card game mixed with action RPG elements. Collect creatures and spell cards throughout your journey and unleash their power if anyone opposes you. Coming to PC in summer 2020.
Control the “deadliest weapon humanity has ever created” in Uragun, a challenging top-down shooter. Use your instincts to create tactical combos and wreak havoc on countless enemy forces.
Go on an interplanetary, gravity-defying journey through space and time on PC and Steam in 2020.
Almighty: Kill Your Gods
You are an Alpha, a magical warrior with powers given to you by your ancestors. Bring down false gods, protect your kindred, and become Almighty. Hunt demons, monsters, and gods solo or online with friends. Coming to PC and consoles.
— United Label Games (@UtdLabelGames) June 13, 2020
Röki is a game about monsters that shouldn’t exist but do. Unveil a story of tragic loss and the path to redemption. Explore Tove’s memories and learn the truth. It is coming to the PC on July 23.
Jazz meets space in Genesis Noir. This point and click game has a gorgeous black and white visual representation that allows a cosmic-scale exploration of the noir territory. It is the studio’s first dabbling into not only the Unreal engine but also game development in general. It will be released in the fall for PC and Xbox One.
Doors of Insanity
A card-based adventure fighting beasts in hell. It seems to have a witty and humorous tone, judging from the trailer alone. There is no release date yet, but it is coming to PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.
A Juggler’s Tale
Trapped in her life, Abby wanted to see the world alone. This is an atmospheric 3D sidescroller set in a puppet theatre play. Help string puppet Abby flee from her captors in a journey of freedom, adventure, and danger. Coming in 2021 to PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.
In 1986, “40-something” Meredith Weiss returns to her home town to take a break from her career in the big city. In this choose your own adventure game, you’ll craft how she experiences the next two weeks in the beautiful Providence Oaks, with its iconic lake and quirky community.
Urban Trial Tricky
Coming to the Nintendo Switch, this game will have you get on a motorbike to pull off gravity-defying tricks.
Fight monsters for money with swords that transform into beautiful people you can befriend and date. You can level up even in death. To get stronger, you need to get closer to your weapon by bonding with them. Also, everyone is indeed extremely hot. (I am so excited about this one.) The team is close to finishing development on the anticipated indie title.
This is absolutely my kind of thing. A thrilling murder mystery with black and white visuals and a neat and sleek UI. Get to know your clients as a taxi driver and use the information to solve crimes.
On June 24, it is coming to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
Slay The Spire
The popular card-based roguelike game is now available on iOS.
This cel-shaded isometric shooter about being a cowboy is coming to Windows, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on June 16.
Rigid Force Redux
This side-scrolling space shooter in which you will face off against hordes of infected aliens and machines set on destroying mankind will be available on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
This fast-paced action platform roguelike is now coming to Nintendo Switch sometime later this year. But it’s currently available now on Steam in Early Access!
Baldur’s Gate III
The release window for the Early Access of Baldur’s Gate III has finally been announced: August 2020… maybe! Because of COVID-19, there might still be some changes.
However, the studio has been working hard on the game despite the challenges, with motion caption actors already returning to the studio in a protected capacity. Changes have been made to visuals, combat, and even the narrator. There will be a new live gameplay stream on June 18th.
We’re very excited about this one, having covered the last game developer AMA and the first live gameplay showing of the much-anticipated title. We’ll be sure to cover the gameplay being shown off soon.
The extremely well-received RPG of 2019 is now out on the Epic Games Store.
West of Dead
This dark western set in purgatory is coming to Xbox One and PC on June 18. It will arrive on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in August 2020.
The famous settle management game is now on Steam. It focuses on a group of dwarves who make a fortress in a procedurally generated world that runs a historical simulation. This simulation extends over several hundred years and is where civilizations spread out and trade with each other and many magical things happen.
Travel the land and fight trolls and rival clans in this Nordic-inspired 3D action-adventure game. You can sign up for the beta at www.valheimgame.com.
A Doom-like shooter on the PC whose demo you can now play at devilmayquake.com.
A hand-drawn, comic-inspired shooter that is now available on Nintendo Switch.
The title is being ported to Switch on Halloween 2020.
Children of Morta
More free DLC is arriving for the action rogue-lite adventure RPG on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4. It is set in a distant land but deals with themes closer to our daily lives.
Coming to mobile with a new interface so that it fits its new system.
New expansion On The Edge is coming out this summer. Frostpunk is also getting a board game adaptation from the creator of the This War of Mine boardgame. The Kickstarter will go up in the fall. Find out more here.
Fights in Tight Spaces
Currently announced for PC only, this is a turn-based tactics game reminiscent of Superhot‘s visuals and John Wick. It is a card-based, grid-based game where you fight your way hand to hand through encounters.
Gestalt Steam and Cinder
Play as Aletheia, a red-haired gunner who wears an awesome trenchcoat, in a steampunk adventure game that has you uncovering the secrets of Canaan, the last bastion of mankind. Coming in 2020 to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
The multiplayer underwater shooter is coming out in summer 2020 to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
No Place For Bravery
A pixel isometric melee coming out in 2021 for PC and Nintendo Switch.
The narrative choice-based indie game focusing on a pair of lovers traversing through a gorgeous world. It still has no release date but will be getting a new trailer in today’s PC Gaming Show.
First revealed at IGN’s Summer of Gaming, it is described as an “FPS, a rhythm game, and some face-melting metal riffs into a truly unique gaming experience as you battle your way through hell to a beat.” Coming out in 2021.
Gonner‘s sequel will be released later this year.
Just Die Already
An old people mayhem sandbox that oddly begins with a black screen and the text “Hideo Kojima Please Unblock My Number.” Is it a reference to Death Stranding, since we see a man wash up on a shore naked? It is described as “an old people mayhem sandbox.” No release date has been given.