2019 Video Game Release Schedule

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2019 Video Game Release Schedule

If you're wondering what games are coming up in 2019, we've put them all in one convenient location. This list will be continually updated to act as a living, breathing schedule as new dates are announced, titles are delayed, and big reveals happen. This should help you plan out your next several months in gaming and beyond.

New additions or changes to the list will be in bold.

As the gaming calendar is constantly changing, we highly recommend you bookmark this page. You'll likely find yourself coming back to this to find out the most recent release schedule for the most anticipated games across PC, consoles, handhelds, and mobile devices. If you notice that we've missed something, feel free to let us know! Please note that games will not get assigned to a month until they have confirmed release dates.

A Plague Tale: Innocence Launches This May

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A Plague Tale: Innocence Launches This May

Set in 14th century France, A Plague Tale: Innocence follows two siblings' fight for survival against the army of the Inquisition and rats carrying Black Death. This story is seen through the eyes of a teenage girl named Amicia, who is tasked to keep a watchful eye on her brother. The gameplay pushes the player to keep the dangers at bay however possible, and to duck into the shadows for stealth when the odds are overwhelming. Developer Asobo Studio today announced that this dark journey arrives on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 14.

Along with the release date, Asobo launched the first episode of a new webseries that provides developer insight into the creation of this unique title and what players can expect from it. This first episode shows you just how serious of a threat the rats are as they consume a pig in no time flat.

Generation Zero Now Has A Release Date

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Generation Zero Now Has A Release Date

Generation Zero was one of our most anticipated games of E3 2018 thanks to its blend of Swedish sparse sci-fi horror and promising co-op gameplay. Today, THQ Nordic (who's handling the physical distribution) and Avalanche revealed the date for when you can go toe-to-toe with Sweden's robotic menace.

The game will be released on March 26. It will be available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

For more on Generation Zero, head here to check out us playing the game and offering our thoughts.

Generation Zero Now Has A Release Date

about X hours ago from
Generation Zero Now Has A Release Date

Generation Zero was one of our most anticipated games of E3 2018 thanks to its blend of Swedish sparse sci-fi horror and promising co-op gameplay. Today, THQ Nordic (who's handling the physical distribution) and Avalanche revealed the date for when you can go toe-to-toe with Sweden's robotic menace.

The game will be released on March 26. It will be available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

For more on Generation Zero, head here to check out us playing the game and offering our thoughts.

Hong Kong Massacre's PS4 Release Slightly Delayed For America

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Hong Kong Massacre's PS4 Release Slightly Delayed For America

Indie game Hong Kong Massacre, a stylish new Hotline Miami-like by developer Vreski, came out recently on PC and PlayStation 4. The PC release is available worldwide, while the PlayStation 4 release appears to have only come out in Europe and Australia only. While a PS4 release was scheduled for America at the same time, it seems to be delayed, and the developer isn't saying why.

We are releasing THKM a bit earlier on steam and it is available NOW!. It looks like the PS4 version in America will not be released on the 22nd, this is something out of our control and we apologize for this. In Europe and Australia it is now available on PS4 Thanks, VRESKI

We are really sorry, but this is something out of our control. The latest it will be out is 31st January, that is all we know at the moment.

The Wii Shop Channel Closes Forever Next Week

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The Wii Shop Channel Closes Forever Next Week

Digital distribution is an interesting thing, but it's still no doubt going through some growing pains. The question often arises of what happens when a company just decides to close up and shut down the shop, but it hasn't been too big an issue so far. That will change at the end of this week, when Nintendo becomes the biggest player in the game to shut down a digital distribution shop, effectively ending the ability to download or re-download anything from the Wii Shop.

The shutdown, which was announced on Nintendo's support website, means that the Wii Shop servers will no longer be accessible. So if there's games you have paid for but do not currently have downloaded on your Wii, you have until January 30 to get them onto the system memory or associated SD card. This means WiiWare games and Virtual Console titles, as well as any content that needs to be downloaded, like channels. In theory, Skyward Sword's patch can no longer be downloaded, thus leaving a progress-blocking glitch in the game forever.

Transfers from Wii to Wii U will also be impossible unless the Wii transfer channel is already downloaded.