Games to look for – March 2024 -.

It has been a busy winter so far for gamers around the world, but as we head into spring, the string of new releases is starting to slow down and we see this taking effect in March. This month has a collection of exciting and big games to look forward to, but for the most part, they are coming later in the month and lining up for a very busy single week. So, if that’s the case, let’s dive into the next installment of Games To Look For to see what awaits us.

The Thaumaturge (PC) – March 4

Developer Fool’s Theory has a busy future ahead as the studio is tasked with remaking The Witcher on behalf of CD Projekt Red, but with that remake years away, the near future is the Polish company launching its second original title. This game, known as The Thaumaturge, is a story-driven RPG set in early 20th century Warsaw that revolves around a protagonist gifted with the ability to perceive and face unearthly entities and their hosts that have caused great damage in the diverse city.

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The Outlast trial versions (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – March 5

After spending time as an Early Access project on PC, developer Red Barrels is set to debut The Outlast Trials in its “complete” form, while also bringing the multiplayer horror experience to consoles. The Outlast Trials is ideal for those looking for a haunt to kickstart spring.

Expeditions: A Mudrunner Game (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch) – March 5

Saber Interactive is expanding its simulation driving series with a new exploration-focused title. In Expeditions: A Mudrunner Game players lead missions into very rural terrain using an array of powerful off-road vehicles to complete research tasks and return other stuck trucks and cars to base camps. This is basically the love child of the strategy and racing genre.

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Classified: France ’44 (PC, PS5, Xbox Series) – March 5

Absolutely Games turns their attention to World War II because of the turn-based, tactical espionage and combat title, Classified: France ’44. The idea here is to lead an elite team of soldiers in an effort to disrupt and break the grip of the German occupation on France, return the nation to its people and help win the war.

Zoria: Age of Shattering (PC) – March 7

This tactical RPG with fantasy teams takes players into the realm of Zoria to lead a host of heroes and warriors as they complete missions, defeat enemies and help protect the people from the dangers creeping into the land. With different characters each offering unique abilities and benefits, Zoria: Age of Shattering is claimed to be a classic RPG with a modern and dynamic approach to combat.

Games to look for - March 2024

WWE 2K24 (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – March 8

The latest installment in 2K’s long-running sports series builds on last year’s iteration, with a host of new features and game modes, and better and updated graphics, animations and performance. WWE 2K24 is one to watch out for if you are a fan of the wrestling business and want to enjoy its storied past.

Outcast: A New Beginning (PC, PS5, Xbox Series) – March 15

The Outcast -series makes its comeback in March, in the form of a game that basically serves as a reboot for the franchise. Outcast: A New Beginning takes players to the world of Adelpha to help an oppressed people overcome an invading robot force robbing the world of its natural resources. With this title developed by many of the team behind the original game, we can expect a faithful and fun experience.

Lightyear Frontier (PC, Xbox Series) – March 19

What do mechs and agriculture have in common? Usually very little, but in the world of Lightyear Frontier, absolutely everything. Frame Break’s life simulation title asks players to use a large and powerful mech unit to build the home of their dreams on a distant alien planet. As you can imagine, this brings with it all the challenges of cosmic farming, which means learning how to tend and harvest alien crops while exploring and learning more about this unusual planet.

MLB The Show 24 (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch) – March 19

Baseball is not a particularly big sport in the UK or Europe, but that doesn’t change the fact that MLB The Show 24 is one of the biggest sports titles of the year. This game will once again come to almost every platform imaginable, despite being a PlayStation-first franchise, and in terms of how this year’s game will differ from 2023’s, there is a greater emphasis on the history of the sport and building a team to become the champion of the world.

Games to look for - March 2024

Alone in the Dark (PC, PS5, Xbox Series) – March 20

It would not be unusual to suggest that many modern gamers have never played or even heard of the Alone in the Dark franchise, as it was most prevalent in the 1990s. But that will all change in March when the remake of the original game makes its debut, with a visually stunning new version of the survival-horror title starring Jodie Comer and David Harbour in the lead roles with two main players.

Rise of the Ronin (PS5) – March 22

Team Ninja’s next big effort will be a bit different from the fantastic action-RPGs we’ve grown accustomed to making from the Japanese studio, as Rise of the Ronin is a more rooted open-world experience that follows an unnamed warrior as they try to forge their own destiny in mid-19th century Japan. While wars are raging across the country, this story will feature broad combat elements and a narrative that unfolds based on the choices you make, which will no doubt pique the interest of fans who have played the developer’s previous projects.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 (PC, PS5, Xbox Series) – March 22

Capcom’s long-awaited sequel is almost here. Dragon’s Dogma II takes players back to a harsh fantasy world where the ultimate goal is to survive and defeat a mighty dragon to claim the throne. With exciting combat and a physics engine enhanced by AI, this single-player action-RPG allows you to team up with friends to overcome danger in the hunt to become the new ruler of the land.

Princess Peach: Showtime (Switch) – March 22

Arguably Nintendo’s first major release of the year, Princess Peach: Showtime is a rare opportunity as the famous apple of Mario’s eye takes center stage to lead an adventure in which she must use a powerful intentional ribbon to prevent the show from being performed at the illustrious Sparkle Theater. With many forms to take, this will be one of Nintendo’s last major new launches for the Switch.

South Park: Snow Day! (PC, PS5, Xbox series, Switch) – March 26

We’re used to seeing South Park video games, but never in a 3D format. That’s exactly what we get with South Park: Snow Day, a title in which Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny and the rest of the gang come together to enjoy a day of unbridled fun after school is closed due to major snow conditions. Considered the third installment in the New Kid’s journey, this game will bring more of the unhinged and hilarious humor that South Park has become known for.

Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – March 26

Solo developer Tomas Sala expands the creative world of The Falconeer with a brand new and unique installment that tasks players with building and managing notable cities around the world. With a core gameplay loop revolving around building structures on rocky cliffs and cliffs, this title also includes light resource management, combat elements and a storyline to enhance your building efforts.

Games to look for - March 2024

Open Roads (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch) – March 28

Originally scheduled to debut in February, this narrative adventure game sees Star Wars’ Keri Russell and Uncharted and soon-to-be The Last of Us’ Kaitlyn Dever lending their voices to mother and daughter duo, Opal and Tess, as they follow clues left in their attic to discover lost treasures deep beyond the Canadian border. With hand-drawn art and a gameplay style that should be relaxing, Open Roads is ideal for those looking for a steady way to end the month.

Another installment of GTLF is in the books. Be sure to join us next month as we look ahead to April 2024.

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