Monday, 29 April 2019 05:34

PC Gaming Week of April 29, 2019

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8 Total Games Curated Out of 165 Games Releasing

Percentage of All PC Games Considered: 4.85%

The following titles are what we feel are the most noteworthy games releasing this week of April 29th - May 5th, 2019. The description for each title is either authored by the studio or its publisher.

Most Anticipated


STRAIGHT FROM THE DEVS: MORDHAU is a multiplayer medieval slasher. Create your mercenary and fight in brutal battles where you will experience fast paced combat, castle sieges, cavalry charges, and more.

RELEASE DATE: Apr 29, 2019
DEVELOPER: Triternion
PUBLISHER: Triternion

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Curated Indies


STRAIGHT FROM THE DEVS: KurtzPel is an anime-styled, action battle game from a third-person perspective. Players can battle it out in both PvP and PvE mission-based battle modes with massive boss monsters. Players utilize Karmas (the method used to indicate weapon and class types) when charging into battle. Each character gets to use two types of Karmas.

RELEASE DATE: Apr 30, 2019

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STRAIGHT FROM THE DEVS: UBOAT is a simulator of a submarine from WWII era. It is a survival sandbox with crew management mechanics while its primary theme is life of German sailors. The boat is their home, but it can become their grave at any time.

RELEASE DATE: Apr 30, 2019
DEVELOPER: Deep Water Studio

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Elleros Origins: Wytchsun

STRAIGHT FROM THE DEVS: Experience the land of Elleros, a complete open world for you to explore in any way you choose. From exploring ancient caves to battling corrupted necromancers, Elleros enables you to play the way you choose. Every 400 years a cataclysm wipes out nearly all life. The last cataclysm was 399 years ago.

RELEASE DATE: Apr 29, 2019
DEVELOPER: Rampage Interactive
PUBLISHER: Rampage Interactive

Rampage is an independent game development studio. Located in the North/Midlands area of the UK Rampage is committed to making high-quality games with an emphasis on fun, originality and player agency. We have a focus on first person role-playing experiences for console and PC.

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Sky Shepherd

STRAIGHT FROM THE DEVS: Sky Shepherd is an atmospheric adventure game where you play as the lone survivor of a skyfaring tribe. Use your flute to round up a herd of mysterious creatures and explore the sky with them.

RELEASE DATE: Apr 30, 2019
DEVELOPER: Boxcastle Games
PUBLISHER: Boxcastle Games

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STRAIGHT FROM THE DEVS: After discovering an ancient portal, you suddenly find yourself among the remnants of an ancient alien civilization. Technological relics, sprawling ruins, and cryptic puzzles are all that remain. If you are to learn their secrets, you must unearth the fate of the race that called this world home.

RELEASE DATE: May 1, 2019
DEVELOPER: Epitasis Games
PUBLISHER: Epitasis Games

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Releasing in Early Access

Pandemic Express - Zombie Escape

In Pandemic Express, a group of human players try to outrun the infected. Zombies need to infect all human players, who are trying to escape on a train. Think Zombie Mod set in a large open world with vehicles.

RELEASE DATE: May 2 2019
PUBLISHER: tinyBuild

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Strategic Mind: The Pacific

STRAIGHT FROM THE DEVS: Strategic Mind: The Pacific is a turn-based strategy set in the WW2 period depicting the war between the USA and the Empire of Japan waged in the Pacific Ocean with mindblowing historical accuracy and attention to detail. Two Sides. Two Commanders. Two Destinies.

RELEASE DATE: Apr 30, 2019
DEVELOPER: Starni Games
PUBLISHER: Starni Games

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