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    Upcoming Games To Look Forward To This August 2023

    Hey there, fellow gamers. Even with my hands full with playing Diablo 4 and Remnant 2, the upcoming game release isn’t cutting us any slack this month. As if the whole gaming industry throwing a wild party of enticing and epic games that we can’t resist trying out so get ready for a gaming extravaganza. Here are some of the games we think that’ll make your gaming hearts go wild this month. Whether you’re into epic adventures, FPS, or quirky delights, we’ve got you covered. And if we do miss any hidden gems, don’t be shy and just drop by the comments or tag us to share the excitement. Let’s level up together.

    Baldurs Gate 3 | August 3rd

    Amidst the flood of many recent action-packed ARPG titles, a delightful surprise awaits as this is a narrative-driven game focusing on both turn-based combat and choices-based variations, as it is ready to whisk you away to the enchanting world of Dungeons & Dragons. Gather your party, and get ready to embark on an epic journey as Baldurs Gate 3 gears up for release on PC so get your dice ready as you slice your way through and roll into an epic adventure.

    Gord | August 8th

    If you are looking into RTS (real-time strategy) this month, look no further as Gord got you covered with building and surviving but also prevailing by conquering the darkness beyond the gates. Grow your settlements while being aware of the dangers of enemy tribes, gruesome monsters, and mysterious powers that lurk in the surrounding woods. As well as side quests and random encounters that will dispatch you into the wilderness to hunt down legendary creatures, uncover secrets of the Ancients, or vanquish a nasty scourge. Expect the unexpected as Gord releases on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

    Atlas Fallen | August 10th

    Hop on into the action of hunting legendary monsters with powerful sand-infused weapons and abilities. In a spectacular, super-powered combat set in a sands of a timeless land, filled with ancient dangers. In time rise as the ultimate champion with unique custom skills and abilities as Atlas Fallen comes to PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

    Immortals of Aveum | August 22nd

    An FPS but shooting magic instead of a gun as you join Jak as one of the elite order of battlemages to save a world on the edge of the abyss. Master the magic force and unleash spells (25 spells, 80 talents) on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC

    Blasphemous 2 | August 24th

    Enter a sequel of a ruthless souls-like side-scrolling metroidvania action as Penitent One once again awakens in an endless struggle against The Miracle. Dive and discover secrets while tearing your way mercilessly through monstrous foes that stand between you and your quest to end the cycle once and for all. Punish all who would stand in your way, and bring penance to that undeserving of mercy on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, Switch, and PC.

    Armored Core VI Fires of Rubicon | August 25th

    Blast off into mecha action as players will be piloting into the fast-paced, omnidirectional battles while customizing Armored Core parts to suit a large variety of playstyles that not only changes the mech’s attacks but also directly affects its movement and battle style. Enter into a wide variety of offensive and defensive tactics at close and long range to take down powerful enemy bosses on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC.

    Sea of Stars | August 29th

    A classic refined JRPG with immersive button prompts during turn-based combat, featuring multi-character combo attacks, and strategic “locks” system that deals various damage types to hinder enemies during powerful attacks or spells. In terms of exploration, traverse through a breathtaking world of 2D pixel art as you swim, climb, vault, jump off or hoist up ledges as you traverse seamlessly through the world without the bound-to-the-grid tileset movement. Join in the pixel adventure on PS5, PS4, Switch, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC.

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