Phew. So many video games. Today, not only was there the main Guerrilla Collective show, the Paradox Insider show, and the PC Gaming Show, but there was also the Future Games Show. It’s a lot to keep up with, even for us. It makes me miss E3 a little, to be honest.
But that’s beside the point! We did our best to keep up with it so you didn’t have to if you were busy doing other things under quarantine. So, here are all the games shown in the Future Games Show, the last conference of today’s Guerrilla Collective.
Currently slated for a summer 2020 release, this game that I am too scared to ever play had its first gameplay reveal today.
From the creators of Dreamfall Chapters, Red Thread Games, comes this colorful and stylistic game that is planned for 2021. It’s a game about hope, friendship, love, road trips, justice, robots, betrayal migration, America, division, and basically my dreams.
This is an official request to my bosses here at Fanbyte to let me cover this game as much as I can in the future because I’m already obsessed. It will be released on PC and next-gen consoles.
A first-person, fast-paced platformer and sword slashing game in a technological world, this one is coming out at some point this year for PC, current generation consoles, and Nintendo Switch.
Call of The Sea
An island exploration game centered on a mysterious narrative. Launching on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC. Tatiana Delgado provides a fantastic developer insight into the game’s memorable first trailer.
Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One
Play as 21-year-old Sherlock before he becomes the legendary detective people know and love. It takes place on a small Mediterranean island and has him investigate the mysterious death of his mother. Global investigation gameplay is a focus. It will be released on PC and current-gen and next-gen consoles in 2021.
This colorful bullet-hell shooter is coming to PC, Mac, and next-gen consoles.
Morbid: The Seven Acolytes
Slay the seven and save them all. The trailer for this isometric game with a seeming mix of RPG and action elements already shows off impressive music.
Hot Shots Racing
In this racing game, you can play as either the criminals outrunning the cops or the cops chasing the runners. (ACAB so you should probably just play as the runners.)
A love letter to JRPGs, in this game you’ll be able to play in the past, present, and future at once. It’ll be released on Nov. 17 later this year on PC, Nintendo Switch, and current generation consoles. It is also planned to be released on next-gen consoles later on.
A vibrant frantic action platformer with a roguelike dungeon system. It will be released on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Xbox One on July 14.
A new high school level has been shown off for this anticipated skateboarding simulator. It’s coming out on July 28 to PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
GTTOD: Get To The Orange Door
A “synth-wave FPS.” Basically, it looks pretty and you shoot things. Sometimes, that’s all we need. In addition to already being on Steam with a brand new demo, it’s coming to Xbox One in 2020.
This game is set within a coma where you explore your memories while fighting for your life. On June 18, it’ll be released on PC and Xbox One.
Manage a space ship and its crew in the sequel to Bomber Crew. Coming to PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4 in September.
Maid of Sker
“My father seeks to use me, to sing for him as she did.” Follow Elizabeth Williams in this first-person horror survival game. A mystery suffocates the grounds of the hotel you will explore. Coming to PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4 in July.
Remnant: From the Ashes
The game’s new DLC, called Subject 2923, takes place a year after the base campaign. Explore icy heights with new enemy types. The new content will arrive on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on Aug. 20.
Out now for Early Access. Create (or assemble) whatever you wish in huge sandboxes that will let you use new features and parts over time.
Blankos: Block Party
A game about vinyl toys coming to life. “A place for gamers, content creators, and collectors to build and set the rules for the games they want to play.” New content will come out seasonally — in other words, certain things will only be available in specific seasons. Ownership is key. Coming to PC later this year, with information on other platforms to be released.
Drive a robot spider boat in this nomadic survival MMO, which is now available on Steam.
The anticipated action RPG is finally making its way to the Mac, Linux, Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4 on Aug. 28.
Remothered: Broken Porcelain
This survival horror game developed by Stormind Games follows two women that I hope are girlfriends (though the series doesn’t seem to have had the best queer representation in the past). It looks pretty damn scary, so I’ll probably only be able to watch it because I’m a baby. It will be released on Aug. 25 for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One.
Werewolf: The Apocalypse: Heart of the Forest
A full reveal for this title is coming in July.
A shooter with a mix of action and objective-based gameplay in which you’re dropped in “exotic” locations. Cross-play and cross-progression across all platforms is a huge focus for this game. It is coming out later this summer on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Epic Games.
Coming out in Holiday 2020.
Human brains are transferred into robot bodies in the world this 5v5 PvP game is set in. It is set 150 years from now, in a time in which humanity is struggling to survive. Humans find themselves stronger than ever, and some of them are fighting to avoid going back to the old times of humanity. It will be released on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4 on June 16.
Explore what happened if the Second World War never ended. In the spring of 1960, the Nazis turn Europe into an uninhabitable nuclear wasteland. But there are many secrets lurking underground. As you discover the past, you can affect the present as a 12-year-old Polish boy. Coming to PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X.
It takes two to save the world. Choose to play as an agent or hacker in this co-op game. It is slated for release in 2021.
Kena Bridge of Spirits
This beautiful and immediately charming game is going to be released on the Epic Games Store and PlayStation 5 in this year’s holiday season. It was originally revealed at yesterday’s PlayStation 5 reveal event. The story-driven action-adventure game combines exploration, fast-paced action, and a companion mechanic and follows a spirit guide named Kena. A darker story lurks underneath the cute character designs. Personally, I can’t wait for this one, either!
Currently slated for release on Steam in 2021, the sequel to Serial Cleaner, in which you played as a crime scene cleaner who gets rid of incriminating evidence while avoiding the police, is on its way to PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.