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    Upcoming Games To Look Forward To This July 2023

    While I find myself entirely engrossed in the addictive loot synergy in the world of Diablo IV – taking a much-needed break from my Destiny 2 adventures, I can’t help but ponder about other intriguing game options releasing this July. Alas, after delving into the list of upcoming releases, I’m pleased to inform you that this month offers a handful of captivating titles that have the potential to juggle along my ongoing Diablo escapades. So here are the list of interesting games we think is worth your time and dime to play this month. And if we happened to miss any other gems, be sure to drop a comment or tag us to let us know what we’ve overlooked.

    Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie | July 7th

    It does feel good to be back to a JRPG turn-based game just to chill and sit back as you unleash powerful arts on your foes while switching between three different story arcs on the fly. Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie is coming to PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows

    Exoprimal | July 14th

    I am excited for this as this is the only closest thing to a Dino Crisis game for now that suits up and slays all manner of swarms of dinosaurs in a team – while looking cool like a Warframe-style shooter. Defeat dinosaurs on PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, and Microsoft Windows.

    Source: GameSpot Trailers

    Jagged Alliance 3 | July 14th

    As mentioned above, it does feel good to see some turn-based gameplay elements coming along with seams of deep turn-based role-playing combat – engaging in intense battles with customizable weaponry and mercenaries. Set in the country of Grand Chien is thrown into chaos, Jagged Alliance 3 will begin a shootout, coming to PC.

    Remnant 2 | July 25th

    Third-party shooters never grow old so play solo or co-op with two other friends to fend off creatures and god-like bosses across terrifying worlds with unrelenting odds stacked against them. Play different classes, craft, and gain different loot on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.

    Source: the king

    The Expanse: A Telltale Series | July 27th

    Storytelling in a Telltale series has always been pretty solid – with intense situations and choices but this time in space itself. Explore the dangerous and uncharted edges of The Belt aboard the Artemis on Epic Game Store, PlayStation 4 / 5, and Xbox Series S / X and One.


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