Games to look for – July 2023 -.

Summer is in full swing, and as is typical for this period sandwiched by the big event seasons of Summer Game Fest and Gamescom, July is a slower month than what we have come to know so far in 2023. But just because it’s not wall-to-wall packed with launches doesn’t mean there aren’t big and exciting games to keep an eye on, as there really are. Between sports simulators, picturesque puzzlers and plenty of platformers, July will definitely have something worth your time. To see what this month has in store, let’s get started with the latest installment of Games To Look For.

Oxenfree II: Lost Signals (PC, PS4, PS5, Switch) – July 12

A Netflix Game Studio. That’s pretty rare to see these days, but as the streaming giant continues to acquire development studios, it will become much more common, as July begins with Netflix Game Studio’s Oxenfree II: Lost Signals, Night School. Set five years after the original game, this title sees Riley return to her hometown of Camena to investigate mysterious radio signals, only to encounter something far more sinister.

Exoprimal (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – July 14

What happens when you combine mech suits with dinosaurs and multiplayer action? You get Exoprimal. After years of various tests, Capcom is finally ready to get the dino-killing PvPvE title into players’ hands, giving fans the chance to choose one of a collection of unique mech suits to stop massive dinosaur outbreaks in the near future. The catch, of course, is that in addition to shooting down thousands of different dinosaurs, Exoprimal also requires you to fend off and defeat another team of players who want to defeat you in the series of objective-based game modes.

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Jagged Alliance 3 (PC) – July 14

Years after Jagged Alliance 2 debuted, Haemimont Games and THQ Nordic are ready to launch the latest mainline installment in the strategy series. Taking players to the nation of Grand Chien, a region rich in natural resources but overcome by political divisions, Jagged Alliance 3 players will dress up as a group of skilled mercenaries with the goal of fighting back against a paramilitary force that has taken the country hostage while trying to find the missing president.

Seeker (PC/PS5) – July 18

Few puzzle games offer as unique a premise as Viewfinder’s. This single-player title asks players to use perspective to their advantage and use photos and polaroids to reach new parts of a level and unlock new challenges. With multiple clashing and interesting art styles, this indie game aims to set a new precedent for what a puzzle game can be in a visual sense.

Games to look for - July 2023

Pikmin 4 (Switch) – July 21

Explore a mysterious planet in the next chapter of the Pikmin series. Pikmin 4 brings back the cute little, plant-like creatures and asks the player to guide and command them to explore and conquer this new frontier. With Pikmin of different types each offering different abilities and mechanics, players must get creative with how they overcome obstacles and eliminate dangerous fauna on this new world.

Remnant II (PC, PS5, Xbox Series) – July 25

Following Remnant: From the Ashes, Remnant II sees developer Gunfire Games getting bigger and better in this sequel. The core gameplay cycle of collecting loot, upgrading equipment and taking out increasingly challenging enemies returns, but is now enhanced with broader class archetypes and a whole host of new enemy types. Needless to say, if you enjoyed the first game, Remnant II is one to watch.

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The Expanse: A Telltale Series (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – July 27

The Expanse has become a very popular sci-fi TV series, but what happened to the characters before the show’s first season made its debut? This is exactly what The Expanse: A Telltale Series aims to explore, as this narrative experience will revolve around the character of Camina Drummer – played by the same actress from the show, Cara Gee – as she explores unfamiliar space, encounters pirates and makes all sorts of difficult choices.

Disney Illusion Island (Switch) – July 28

We don’t get as many 2D Disney games as we once did, but Dlala Studios is looking to rectify that with its upcoming Disney Illusion Island. This 2D platform game with Metroidvania elements sees players adapt as Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy as they explore a seamless and fantastical world with the goal of recovering powerful mystical books that have the potential to avert a world-ending disaster. With original Disney voice actors reprising their roles, Disney Illusion Island aims to be authentically Disney and brimming with charm.

F1 Manager 2023 (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – July 31

Following on from last year’s first edition, Frontier Developments gives players the chance to once again step into the shoes of a Formula 1 team boss in this simulation sequel. F1 Manager 2023 brings enhanced simulation systems and elements, the latest list of tracks and drivers, new game modes and ways to play, improved graphics and visuals and a more refined management suite with more control. If you enjoy the logistics of the world’s fastest motorsport, F1 Manager 2023 is one to watch out for.

And it pretty much does. July 2023 is a fairly stable month compared to what came before it, but still contains many exciting launches. Be sure to stop by in a month to see if August is similar or if you want to ramp things up again.

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