Welcome to RPGamer’s weekly round-up on releases. This mainstay is a reformatting of a prior digital refurbish column, stability to yield information on new releases and sales for RPGs opposite a digital marketplace. We will no longer be providing a full list of games and prices in sales due to a restricted time and bid cost compulsory to do so, though will be giving approach links to those sales so readers can simply check out a listings.
- Fantasy Hero: Unsigned Legacy (Switch)
- Legrand Legacy (PC around Steam, GOG.com, The Humble Store)
- Lost Sphear (Switch, PS4, PC around Steam)
- Monster Hunter: World (PS4, Xbox One)
- Pokémon Crystal (3DS)
- Xuan Yuan Sword: The Gate of Firmament (Xbox One) (North America only)
- Zwei: The Arges Adventure (PC around Steam, GOG.com, The Humble Store)
* Unless differently specified listed releases above are accessible in both North America and Europe.
A decent week for releases rounds off on Friday with a biggest recover of a year so far: Monster Hunter: World on PS4 and Xbox One. In addition, Semisoft’s Legrand Legacy hits PC along with XSEED Games’ and Nihon Falcom’s Zwei: The Arges Adventure. Finally, Tokyo RPG Factory’s Lost Sphear hits PS4, Switch, and PC, with Nintendo’s latest console also receiving a pier of Fantasy Hero: Unsigned Legacy. This week also saw a recover of a Assassin’s Creed: Origins enlargement The Hidden Ones.
Sales and Discounts
The North American PlayStation Store is using a PS Essentials Sale including titles like Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition, Persona 5, and Pyre. Meanwhile, PlayStation owners in Europe can take advantage of a a new book of a Games Under €20/£16 sale. Various RPGs are included, such as Fallout 4, The Technomancer, and Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir.
On a Xbox side of things, this week’s RPG sales for Gold members are Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition and Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom.
The stream collection of Steam sales includes poignant discounts on Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, Tyrrany, and Seven: The Days Long Gone. Meanwhile, GOG.com also has Tyranny on sale, where it is assimilated by several other titles, including a many titles from Falcom’s library (Ys, Trails) and a Agarest series.