Here’s The PC Game Release Date List for 2016 & 2017
Here’s the PC Game Release Date List for 2016 and 2017 for September 2016 onwards. Yes in this list you’ll find a pretty comprehensive list of the many-many PC Games be it AAA titles and promising Indie game.
As usual, remarks are welcome – we’ll include any glaring exclusions and this rundown will be persistently overhauled all through 2016 with reexamined dates and new titles. Now and again we’ll need to figure, hypothesize, or construe conceivable discharge dates (for instance, if a diversion just went into shut alpha in late 2016, it’s most likely going to seem 2017 or later); when this is the situation, we’ll let you know in the content.
Without further adieu, here’s the PC game release date list for 2016 and 2017 From PCInvasion.com
PES 2017 (Konami): Autumn 2016
Konami come back with their yearly footy excursion. We hope to see this show up around September time. Will it be a bit poop on PC once more? Turns out the answer is most likely “yes”.
FIFA 17 (EA Sports): 27 September
The balls just never quit desiring FIFA. Noteworthy increases to FIFA 17 incorporate a change to the Frostbite Engine, and a story mode called The Journey. In addition the typical changes to things like AI runs and set-pieces, actually. 90% of individuals are only there to spunk cash on Ultimate Team regardless.
Forza Horizon 3 (Playground Games): 27 September
A first appearance for the Forza Horizon arrangement on PC, though just on Windows 10 machines. This current one’s set in Australia, and has the same open-world driving set-up as past titles in the arrangement.
RIVE (Two Tribes): September 2016
Rive is a shooter/platformer combo with a side request of hacking. It says here that “players figure out how to change the conduct of their mechanical foes by gathering and transferring hacks.”
Event (Ocelot Society): September
Collaborate with a shaky AI that has more than 2 million exchange reactions in this forthcoming story title. It’s your lone path back to Earth.
Mafia 3 (2k): 7 October
Mafia 3 is promising a “true to life story that reacts to player decision,” set in what sounds like a really open city of New Orleans. At any rate it’s said to be one which “reacts to Lincoln’s activities,” as he starts getting revenge on the Italian horde and setting up his own criminal system.
The Silver Case (Grasshopper Manufacture): 7 October
The remastered PC arrival of visual novel The Silver Case will appear in October.
Gears of War 4 (The Coalition): 11 October – Windows 10
The manliest masculine spread shooter of every one of them shows up on PC. Riggings of War 4 is another Microsoft joint so it’s Windows 10 as it were.
Moto Racer 4: 13 October
The diversion is being controlled by Unreal Engine 4 and accompanies fifteen single player and multiplayer modes to test riders. With Moto Racer 4 being created under the supervision of unique planner Paul Cuisset, we trust this most recent portion will catch the first’s enchantment.
Civilization VI (Firaxis): 21 October
The long-running 4X procedure arrangement will be back in October 2016. Hexes will return fromCivilization V, however there will likewise be (restricted) unit stacking. A Cultural ‘Civics tree’ is presently a different examination repairman.
Battlefield 1 (DICE): 21 October
The predominately multiplayer shooter heads back so as to WW1 with an end goal to adjust it’s typical image of element obliteration and class-based modes to the most silly clashes of the mid twentieth century. No playable French armed force in multiplayer, for some unusual reason. Which is somewhat similar to letting America alone for WW2.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (Dimps): 25 October
His discharge date … i-it can’t be. Yes, Dragon Ball Xenoverse will return in a spin-off set for discharge in Autumn. It’s some other time-jumping hike.
Titanfall 2 (Respawn): 28 October
EA thinks the best time to discharge Titanfall 2 is one week after Battlefield 1. I don’t comprehend distributers. However, I do comprehend Titans, of which this continuation will have more. This time they have swords and identities and stuff. Also there’s a solitary player crusade.
Skyrim: Special Edition (Bethesda): 28 October
Hello, you, recollect Skyrim? Need to play it on PC however with prettier illustrations? Gracious, you as of now did with mods. All things considered, uplifting news, this redesign is free on PC in the event that you effectively own the Legendary Edition or all the DLC.
Just Dance 2017 (Ubisoft): October
Advancing toward the PC for the first occasion when, it’s Ubisoft’s respected moving title Just Dance. Not by any means beyond any doubt what’s in store from this, yet E3 proposes Queen and giraffes.
Call of Duty : Infinite Warfare (Infinity Ward): 4 November
Can’t trick me, Infinity Ward, this fighting is going to most recent a year, much the same as the various times. I was tricked by The Neverending Story, however never again. This time, CoD goes to space or something.
Football Manager 2017 (Sports Interactive): 4 November
My common 20 detail in vision implies I know this is coming. Somewhat in the not so distant future, it’s expected in November.
Dishonored 2 (Arkane): 11 November
As Emily (or Corvo,) you’ll be heading out to Serkonos to administer Outsider-controlled equity to different upsetting, severe sorts. The E3 trailer gave this somewhat of a Thief 2: The Metal Age vibe, which is something I frantically need to be valid. New powers, new levels, new hero alternative, voiced fundamental characters, and all the more new bits you’d anticipate from a spin-off.
Watch dogs 2 (Ubisoft): 15 November
Ubisoft are back with more Watch Dogs 2 in the not so distant future. Hack the planet as an individual from the completely unlikable DedSec gather, and go up against a connivance of San Francisco debasement yet at the same time turn out resembling the baddies since you ran remote autos into everyone.
Planet Coaster (Frontier): 17 November
First class designers Frontier come back to their other affection, rollercoasters. It’s expected in Q4 2016 (in this way, late in the year), and it’s most likely going to be a bit Rollercoaster Tycoon-ey.
Killing Floor 2 (Tripwire Interactive): 18 November
Tripwire’s transcendently community zombie shooter will hook out of Early Access in November.
The Walking Dead: A New Frontier (Telltale): November
Clementine is back, and now a young person, in Telltale’s third Walking Dead season. Play as Clem and new person Javier through a long winded story that is said to be receptive for those new to The Walking Dead, yet has connections to the earlier seasons. Scene one (of five) is expected in November.
Dead Rising 4 (Capcom Vancouver): “Holidays” 2016 – Windows 10
Frank West comes back with various new expound approaches to crush, crunch, and specialty his way through crowds of thoughtless zombies. Past titles came to Steam, yet this one will be secured by Microsoft to Windows 10.
Divinity : Original Sin 2 (Larian): December 2016
The eagerly awaited RPG spin-off of Original Sin is probably planned for a December discharge, yet don’t be excessively shocked if that slips into 2017.
Resident Evil 7 (Capcom): 24 January 2017
Reported amid Sony’s E3 2016 press occasion, however affirmed for PC in no time a while later. Inhabitant Evil 7is set in advanced, rustic America, and happens after the occasions of Resident Evil 6. They’re utilizing another ‘RE Engine’ for this one.
Hitman (IO Interactive): January 2017
Hitman is being discharged as a long winded title, and is in this way (some online-just junk regardless) well on its approach to contending with Blood Money for the best in arrangement identification. Yet, in the event that you’re pondering when every one of the scenes will be finished and the full diversion can be obtained in one go, all signs point to mid 2017.
For Honor (Ubisoft): 14 February 2017
Ubisoft’s hot third-individual viking on samurai on knight multiplayer activity title got a Valentine’s Day discharge date at E3 2016. It has a solitary player crusade as well. They’ll doubtlessly be a beta in front of discharge.
Sniper Elite 4 (Rebellion): 14 February 2017
Another title planning to get significant other’s hearts pumping on Valentine’s Day. This spin-off is set after Sniper Elite 3, a diversion which we rather delighted in. Players are being transported to Italy in 1943 and first class marksman Karl Fairburne additionally comes back to bring down those damn Nazis.
Berserk and the Band of the Hawk (Tecmo Koei): 21 February 2017
Musou-styled (think Dynasty Warriors) adaptation of the well known Berserk manga/vivified set of three. Will cover the ‘Brilliant Age’ and ‘Peddle of the Millenium’ bends.
Halo Wars 2 (Creative Assembly): 21 February 2017 – Windows 10
Continuous system continuation traveling the method for Windows 10. The strengths from somewhat known arrangement calledHalo do fight.
Ghost Recon Wildlands (Ubisoft): 7 March 2017
Apparition Recon goes open world in Wildlands, as a feature or the like of unholy union between Ubisoft’s propensities towards open universes and anything with the name Tom Clancy on it. You’ll clearly be penetrating and annihilating Bolivian medication cartels, either solo or with some community buddies. As of E3 2016, coming in March 2017.
ELEX (Piranha Bytes): Q1 2017
The makers of the Gothic arrangement are moving into science fiction RPG region with this up and coming title. Enchantment and innovation, dream and science fiction, reason and feeling, all crash as various groups all have their own plans on the component of ‘Elex’.
The Fall Part 2: Unbound (Over The Moon): Q1 2017
Section two of the side-looking over riddle enterprise set of three, in which counterfeit consciousness ARID additions control over a new set of robots.
The Mandate (Perihelion): Q1 2017
The much-delayed Kickstarter is scheduled for an early 2017 release. It’s aiming to do Pirates! in space, so hopefully it’ll be worth the wait.
Mass Effect: Andromeda (BioWare): Q1 2017
Two E3s have passed without a whole lot of specifics being revealed about this game; but there’s said to be more exploration, more Mako (yay?) and, one can assume, more romances. It is BioWare, after all. You’re not playing as Shepard this time (you’re ‘Ryder’ instead), and it all takes place far, far away from the events of the first trilogy. Q1 2017 is said to be the release window, so late March is a possibility.
Nier: Automata (AQ Interactive): Q1 2017
The follow-up to Nier will be heading to the PC in “early 2017”.
South Park: The Fractured but Whole (Ubisoft): Q1 2017
South Park: The Stick of Truth got stuck in mid-publisher limbo for a while after the THQ bankruptcy and purchase by Ubisoft, but things should go a little smoother for The Fractured but Whole. Uh, so to speak. Matt and Trey will be heavily involved once again, so the change from Obsidian to an internal Ubisoft development studio shouldn’t have any significant effect on the writing. This time, the South Park kids are playing (and arguing about) super-heroes. Now due early 2017.
Sonic Mania (SEGA): Spring 2017
A 2D collaboration between SEGA, Christian Whitehead, Headcannon, and PagodaWest Games. Play as Sonic, Tails or Knuckles on remixed and brand new levels.
Torment: Tides of Numenera (inXile): Q1 2017
The wordy RPG has, at last word, been pushed to Q1 2017, and will be published (at retail) by Techland. Currently in Early Access.
Tales of Berseria (Bandai Namco): Q1 2017
The PC will be getting Tales of Berseria, the upcoming entry in the Tales series of JRPGs. We got Tales of Zestiria recently, so presumably that sold well enough on Steam to merit this release. It’s due out in Japan some time in 2016, with the western localisation release set for Q1 2017. Somewhere in the January-March area.
Outlast 2 (Red Barrels): Q1 2017
The horror continues in this sequel from Red Barrels. It will feature a new location, new characters, and some of the spook-tastic features that made the first game a success LIKEJUMPSCARESRARR!
Outcast (Appeal): May 2017
Outcast – Second Contact will be released for PC in May 2017 and Cutter Slade will be heading back to the parallel world of Adelpha to uncover its secrets.
The original game was released back in 1999 and it captured the imagination of PC gamers thanks to its fantastic visuals. It looks like the new version Appeal is creating is just as stunning. This is definitely a game to keep an eye on for next year.
Agents of Mayhem (Volition): 2017
Seoul-based open world title from the makers of Saint’s Row. May also tie-in with Saint’s Row in some minor ways. Mostly, though, it’s about MAYHEM (Multinational Agency for Hunting Evil Masterminds) battling LEGION (League of Evil Gentlemen Intent on Obliterating Nations) for the soul/Seoul of the Earth.
Barkley 2, AKA The Magical Realms of Tír na nÓg: Escape from Necron 7 – Revenge of Cuchulainn: The Official Game of the Movie – Chapter 2 of the Hoopz Barkley SaGa (Tales of Game’s): 2017
Church in the Darkness (Paranoid Production): 2017
Church in the Darkness takes you into the world of a 70s cult movement. The game’s story involves searching for your nephew in the isolated confines of Freedom Town, a settlement established by Rebecca and Issac Walker deep in the South American jungle.
Playing as former law enforcement officer Vic, the settlement has to be infiltrated and investigates. Each time the game is played, the outcome can be different depending on the actions taken and how NPCs are interacted with.
Crackdown 3 (Reagent Games): 2017 – Windows 10 only
Not mentioned during Microsoft’s E3 2016 show, but confirmed afterwards, Crackdown 3 will be another title appearing on PC as a Windows 10 exclusive.
Dawn of War 3 (Relic): 2017
Orks, Eldar and Space Marines will battle for further supremacy of the Warhammer 40K universe in this much-anticipated RTS sequel.
Dead Island 2 (Formerly Yager, now Sumo Digital): 2017?
Dead Island 2 was originally being developed by Spec Ops: The Line studio Yager; which could’ve been interesting. However, after being delayed to 2016, Yager were dropped from the project. After going a while with no developer, Sumo Digital were announced to be working on it. I think that’s what is known as “troubled development”. Still, it hasn’t officially been cancelled yet, so we’ll keep it around in 2017.
Death’s Gambit (White Rabbit): 2017
Described as a “challenging ARPG”, you’ll have to explore an alien medieval planet filled with beasts, knights, and horrors as an agent of Death. Now due in 2017.
ECHO (Ultra Ultra): 2017
An adaptive AI will use clones to react to your actions in this third-person sci-fi title.
Escape from Tarkov (BattleState): 2017
In the game players are thrown into a Russian city that has been “sunk into anarchy” and it looks seriously moody. The idea is to escape the city of Tarkov by overcoming the harsh city environments and challenges. The game also features character customisation with over 100 skills which is where the RPG elements come into play. The game will also include an AI controlled economy which can be influenced by players so expect to come across all kinds of useful objects. Going into closed alpha in August 2016, so we’re probably not seeing this before 2017.
Frostpunk (11 bit studios): 2017
Based in a world of perpetual frost where humanity uses steam technology, this upcoming title from theThis War of Mine devs poses philosophical questions about how survival can change us.
Full Throttle Remastered (DoubleFine): 2017
As with prior announcements of this type (the released Grim Fandango Remastered and upcoming Day of the Tentacle Remastered), the game is coming to PC as well. That hasn’t been outright stated yet, but the Full Throttle Remastered reveal used the “console exclusive to PS4” terminology which means “yes, this one will be on PC as well”.
Gigantic (Motiga): 2017
James Phinney of Guild Wars fame is back in action with his new studio, and although Gigantic might look like just another MOBA, it changes things up a bit with the inclusion of huge monsters which the teams need to protect. Delays and funding problems looked like they may have sunk Gigantic, but the game was recently (May 2016) picked up by Perfect World. A tentative 2017 release estimate from us, then.
Gwent (CD Projekt Red): 2017
CD Projekt Red have noticed the 800 million hours players spent playing Gwent in The Witcher 3, and decided to do the right thing. Stand-alone Gwent (with some rejigged and enhanced rules) is getting a closed beta in September 2016, so a 2017 release seems reasonable.
Hellraid (Techland): 2017?
Anyone who remembers the classic Hexen games (or maybe Dark Messiah) should feel right at home with Hellraid; a game which is promising co-op hack’n’slash fantasy action. Techland delayed this one in 2014 to rebuild it on their new, in-house engine. The game has since been put “on hold” as of May 2015, so it sounds like it could be quite some time before we see more of this.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance (Warhorse Studios): 2017
Currently running a beta, but confirmed to now be coming in 2017. Still, it’s likely that people with that early build will continue to see updates up to release for this medieval-themed RPG. A fairly sizable earner on Kickstarter, Kingdom Come is going for period accuracy, first-person melee combat and classless character progression. Sounds (loosely) like Mount & Blade, which is not a bad point of reference by any means.
Pit People (The Behemoth): 2017
Battleblock Theater and Castle Crashers have done awfully well for Behemoth and Pit People is their new “fast-paced turn-based, co-op adventure” which they describe as a “strategy game of positioning”. We all remember how long Battleblock Theater took to get finished, so let’s just go ahead and put this in 2017 for now.
Planet Nomads (Craneballs): 2017
InPlanet Nomads players crash land on an alien planet and will be challenged to survive and create vehicles with the end-game to build a ship for inter-planetary travel. It’s a procedurally generated sand-box experience where exploration is key but that’s only going to be possible through building and creating modes of transport.
Prey (Arkane): 2017
Human Head’s Prey 2 was unceremoniously bled to death by Zenimax, but what remained (the name) was handed over to Arkane Austin to do something with. So far it looks like they removed the ‘2’ and made a game inspired by System Shock. Will it be to System Shock 2 what Dishonored was to Thief: The Dark Project? That would be alright. Chris Avellone is doing some writing for this, too.
Project Sonic 2017 (SEGA): Holiday 2017
That’s probably not going to end up as its real name. Looks kind of like a follow-up to Sonic Generationsat this stage (one trailer), but it’s quite early to tell.
Quake Champions (id Software): 2017
After DOOM went down pretty well, what’s left of id Software are trying their hand at a new Quake. They’re promising to stay true to the speed of the original, and made positive noises about uncapped 120hz frame-rates and the like. However, Quake Champions will also have unique heroes in the modern way that all multiplayer shooters do. Is this a winning match? We’ll see.
Rain World (Videocult): 2017
In this strange looking survival platformer you play a Slugcat and have to survive the cycle of hibernation in a world crushed by rain. It sounds weird and certainly looks weird. Both positive aspects.
Routine (LunarSoftware): 2017
Set on an abandoned Moon Base, Routine looks like it could be one of the more interesting first person horror titles of recent times. The latest release indications are “TBA”, so 2016 is probably out. 2017, maybe.
Scalebound (Platinum): 2017 – Windows 10 only
Announced for PC at E3 2016, it’s another Windows 10 exclusive. It’s an action-centric RPG in which you play an annoying guy called Drew who never shuts up, and are accompanied by his pleasingly stoic dragon Thuban.
Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 (CI Games): 2017
A third modern-day, first-person snipe fest. Retired American marine Jonathan North is in Georgia (not the US State) for one last set of sniping jobs, to prevent another Cold War. Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 is boasting more open environments than the previous two games. Recently delayed until 2017.
State of Decay 2 (Undead Labs): 2017 – Windows 10 only
Undead Labs’ popular open world zombies-and-antsy-survivors title is getting a sequel. The good news is this one adds four player co-op. The bad news is it’ll be Windows 10 only on PC.
System Shock (Nightdive): 2017
Nightdive will be “rebooting and re-imagining” the great System Shock in late 2017. Most of the additions appear cosmetic or functional in nature (modern graphics, mouse controls), level design seems like it will largely remain unaltered.
Tacoma (Fullbright): 2017
The game named after Washington State’s most famous urban port is going to be a “story exploration video game set 200,000 miles from Earth”. It’s by the creators of Gone Home so maybe expect the denizens of the Tacoma space station to be into really trendy music.
Tekken 7 (Bandai Namco): 2017
I know little about Tekken 7 at this stage, other than it’s the latest in the long-running fighting game series, it’s using Unreal Engine 4, and it’s coming to the PC in 2017.
Star Citizen (Cloud Imperium): Lost In Space
The much talked about epic PC space game from Chris Roberts and Cloud Imperium. We’ve shoved it into development limbo because the way things are going we have no idea when the game will actually be complete.