July Games: Review and Poll

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June was especially important in the sign of major gaming conferenceswhere leading gaming companies presented their news for the coming months and years. In terms of recently released games, the first to catch the eye was the big expansion Shadow of the Erdtree for Elden Ring and the final DLC The Final Shape for Destiny 2. We also saw the release of the adventure horror game Still Wakes the Deep from Chinese Room Studio, the racing game F1 24 from Codemasters or the expansion Night Springs for the second Alan Wake. Fans of Japanese art were also sated with the release of Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance and Luigi’s Mansion 2 HD.

A look at the July offering nicely illustrates what is traditionally a quieter time of year in terms of AAA gaming. Despite this, we will see the release of three relatively soon. ambitious free games in the form of First Descendant, Once Upon a Time Man and Stormgate. They will be complemented by the role-playing game Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn from A44 Games, the adventure game Nobody Wants to Die from publisher Plaion or the next edition of the F1 Manager series from Frontier.

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First descendant

  • Platform: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S
  • Date of publication: July 2
  • Location: No
  • Price: free game

Two relatively ambitious free games will be released in early July. The game called The First Descendant was the first to attract the attention of players. This is a third-person looter shooter from the South Korean studio Nexos. The developers offer a varied composition of missions that can be played both in single mode and in co-op for up to four players.

From a gameplay point of view, it will be important to use the abilities of individual characters, with which you can defeat giant bosses in cooperation with other players. The technical side, which will run on Unreal Engine 5, should also not be left aside.


Once upon a time a man

  • Platform: PC, Android, iOS
  • Date of publication: July 9
  • Location: No
  • Price: free game

The second free game is Once Human. It attracted a lot of attention a few weeks ago when it became the most popular game at the Steam Next Fest. The developers from the independent studio Starry describe their project as a multiplayer survival game that takes players to an open post-apocalyptic world. Here you will find various dangers. In addition to the action and battles, you will not do without collecting individual resources and equipment.


Movies Tycoon

  • Platform: PC (Early Access)
  • Date of publication: July 15
  • Location: yes (subtitles)
  • Price: unknown

Movies Tycoon by Prague-based PixelCraze was originally supposed to be released in June. However, at the last minute, the developers decided to postpone the game’s release for a month. This is a management strategy game in which you take control of your own film studio. Your responsibilities will include, for example, hiring and managing individual members of the film crew, led by actors, producers and scriptwriters. But you will also be designing and building the film sets themselves. The character editor is also interesting, allowing you to create your own actors and actresses from scratch.


Nobody wants to die

  • Platform: PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S
  • Date of publication: July 17th
  • Location: No
  • Price: unknown

July’s imaginary dark horse could be the upcoming noir adventure game Nobody Wants to Die, developed by Critical Hit Games and published by Plaion. The game takes the player to a dystopian New York in 2329, where advanced technology rules. In terms of the plot, you will follow the fate of detective James Carr, who is looking for traces of a serial killer.

The authors offer a fascinating story in which the player will have to uncover the dark side of the local cream of the crop, as well as complex mechanics in the field of investigation itself, in which advanced technology and time manipulation will play a leading role.


Flintlock: Siege of Dawn

  • Platform: PC, PS5, Xbox Series X/S
  • Date of publication: July 18
  • Location: No
  • Price: 40 euros

The upcoming RPG Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn, developed by A44 Games and published by Kepler Interactive, is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated games of July. The aforementioned team has previously attracted attention with the rather original action game Ashen, released in 2018. Flintlock will focus on a third-person camera and an open world divided into three regions. In terms of gameplay, it should feature a well-developed combat system, a higher difficulty, a diverse set of enemies, including boss battles, and other elements from games like Souls.


conscript

  • Platform: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch
  • Publication date: July 23
  • Location: No
  • Price: 20 euros

The weaker AAA offering gives some smaller games a chance to stand out. For example, this group will try to include Survival Horror Conscript from developer Jordan Moti, who is assisted by Team17 as a publisher. The game impresses, first of all, with its setting, which takes the player to the period of the First World War. Specifically, you put yourself in the shoes of a lone French soldier who walks through confusing trenches, looking for necessary supplies and solving various puzzles. And all this in the midst of a horrific military conflict.


F1 Manager 2024

  • Platform: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch
  • Publication date: July 23
  • Location: No
  • Price: 35 euros

Developers from the studio Frontier Developments will release a new edition of the F1 Manager series in the second half of the month. This will be the third part of the game of this brand, in which you will become the boss of a Formula 1 team. The authors mainly focus on content related to the real championship license and rich opportunities in the field of management and strategy of the racing team during the racing weekend itself.


Stormgate

  • Platform: PC (early access)
  • Date of publication: July 30
  • Location: No
  • Price: free game

At the very end of July, fans of old Blizzard games, led by games like Starcraft 2 and Warcraft 3, will also get their money. It is behind these two cult games that an attempt will be made to continue the enterprise. called Stormgate, which is behind the Frost Giant studio. It was founded by Blizzard veterans. By genre, it is an RTS, combining elements of fantasy and science fiction.
The developers offer a traditional campaign, co-op and multiplayer. From a technical point of view, it is worth paying attention to the use of Unreal Engine 5. Although the basic version of the game will be based on a free model, there will also be paid editions with various bonuses and exclusive content.

Other games coming out in July:

  • Final Fantasy XIV: Dawntrail (Win, Mac, PS4, PS5, XSX) – July 2
  • Fate Seeker II (PS5) – July 4th
  • Zenless Zone Zero (Win, iOS, Android, PS5) – July 4
  • Bleak Faith: Forsaken (PS4, PS5, XBO, XSX) — July 5
  • Cyber ​​​​Citizen Shockman Zero (NS, PS4, PS5, XBO, XSX) – July 5
  • The Legend of Heroes: Trails Through Daybreak (Win, NS, PS4, PS5) — July 5
  • Machi Koro with everyone (Victory, NS) – July 5
  • Lifeless Moon (PS4, PS5, XBO, XSX) – July 9
  • Naheulbeuk’s Dungeon Master (NS, PS5, XSX) – July 9
  • Yaoling: Mythical Journey (Victory) – July 10
  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Deluxe Edition (NS) – July 11
  • Anger Foot (Victory) – July 11
  • Bleach: Brave Souls (NS) – July 11
  • Hookah Haze (Victory, NS) – July 11
  • Parasol Stars (NS, PS4, PS5, XBO, XSX) – July 11
  • Regeneration Princess Maker 2 (Pobeda, NS) – July 11
  • B-Project Ryusei*Fantasia (Victory, NS) – July 15
  • Darkest Dungeon II (NS, PS4, PS5) — July 15
  • Cataclysm (Victory) – July 16
  • Bring Us the Moon (NS) – July 16.
  • Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba — Sweep the Board (Win, PS4, PS5, XBO, XSX) — July 16
  • EvilVEvil (Win, PS5, XSX) – July 16
  • Flock (Win, PS4, PS5, XBO, XSX) – July 16
  • Hot Lap Racing (Pobeda, NS) – July 16
  • Magical Delicacy (Win, NS, XBO, XSX) – July 16.
  • Riviera: The Promise Land — Remaste (Victory) — July 17
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Splintered Fate (NS) – July 17
  • Bo: Path of the Turquoise Lotus (Win, NS, PS5, XSX) – July 18
  • Dungeons of Hinterberg (Victory, XSX) – July 18
  • Nintendo World Championship: NES Edition (NS) – July 18
  • Norland (Victory) – July 18
  • Over Horizon X Steel Empire (NS, PS4) – July 18
  • EA Sports College Football 25 (PS5, XSX) – July 19
  • Eggy Party (NS) – July 19.
  • Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess (Win, PS4, PS5, XBO, XSX) – July 19
  • The New Denpa Men (NS) – July 22.
  • Linkito (Victory) – July 23
  • A Star Called EOS (Win, NS, PS5, XSX) – July 23
  • Weirdlets (Victory) – July 23.
  • Ninja Slayer: Neo-Saitama in Flames (Victory, NS) – July 24
  • Earth Defense Force 6 (Pobeda, PS4, PS5) – July 25
  • “Some Convenience Store” (NS) – July 25th.
  • Tokyo Xanadu eX+ (NS) – July 25
  • Immortal (NS) – July 25
  • One Piece Odyssey: Deluxe Edition (NS) – July 26

Source :Indian TV

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