March is set to be an exciting month for gamers, with a wide variety of new titles being released across various platforms. From remakes of classic games to new and innovative titles, there's something for every type of gamer to look forward to. Here's a breakdown of the new games coming out in March:
The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR (PSVR2) - March 16
The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR is the latest game in the popular horror series by Supermassive Games. This time, players will take on the role of a group of skiers who become stranded in an abandoned ski lodge. The game will be released exclusively for the PSVR2 on March 16.
Anno 1800 (PS5, XSX/S) - March 16
Anno 1800 is a city-building game set in the 19th century. Players will take on the role of a ruler and manage their city's resources, production, and population to ensure their city's success. The game will be released for the PS5 and XSX/S on March 16.
WWE 2K23 (PC, PS4/5, Xbox One, XSX/S) - March 17
WWE 2K23 is the latest game in the long-running wrestling series by 2K Sports. The game features a roster of current and past WWE superstars, and players can create their own wrestlers to compete in the game. The game will be released for PC, PS4/5, Xbox One, and XSX/S on March 17.
Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon (Switch) - March 17
Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon is a new game in the popular Bayonetta series. This time, players will take on the role of Cereza as she battles demons and navigates various levels. The game will be released exclusively for the Nintendo Switch on March 17.
Remnant: From the Ashes (Switch) - March 21
Remnant: From the Ashes is a third-person shooter set in a post-apocalyptic world. Players must battle various monsters and navigate challenging levels to survive. The game will be released for the Nintendo Switch on March 21.
Tchia (PC, PS4, PS5) - March 21
Tchia is an open-world adventure game that follows the story of a young girl who can possess various animals and objects to explore her world. The game features beautiful landscapes and a unique gameplay mechanic. The game will be released for PC, PS4, and PS5 on March 21.
Mighty Doom (Mobile) - March 21
Mighty Doom is a new mobile game that combines the fast-paced action of the Doom series with a card-based combat system. Players can collect various cards to create their own deck and take on enemies. The game will be released for mobile devices on March 21.
Have a Nice Death (Switch) - March 22
Have a Nice Death is a challenging platformer that features various levels and obstacles that players must navigate to succeed. The game features a retro-style aesthetic and a catchy soundtrack. The game will be released for the Nintendo Switch on March 22.
Storyteller (Switch, PC) - March 23
Storyteller is a new game that allows players to create and share their own stories. Players can choose from various characters and settings to create their stories and share them with others. The game will be released for the Nintendo Switch and PC on March 23.
March 2023 is shaping up to be an exciting month for gamers with a diverse selection of new titles set to be released across various platforms. From horror to city-building, wrestling to adventure, and card-based combat, there is something for every type of gamer to look forward to. The highly anticipated release of The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR for the PSVR2, as well as new installments in the Bayonetta and WWE series, are sure to attract avid gamers. Meanwhile, Tchia and Storyteller offer a unique and refreshing experience for those seeking something new. Have a Nice Death and Remnant: From the Ashes bring retro-style platforming and post-apocalyptic third-person shooting to the Nintendo Switch, while Mighty Doom combines the best of both worlds with fast-paced action and a card-based combat system. Overall, March 2023 promises to be an exciting time for gamers of all tastes and preferences.
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