Last month had some big game titles launching across various platforms. Players were satisfied with an awesome Far Cry New Dawn, were disappointed in Anthem and praised DiRT Rally 2.0 for being the best game in the series. However, the industry doesn’t stop during spring. While we’ve already seen some game releases this month, the major ones are just around the corner. Here are the 3 biggest game launches for the first month of spring 2019.
- Devil May Cry 5
While the game was already released on March 8th, it’s definitely worth checking out. Some critics already calling it the best DMC series game ever made and it’s easy to understand why. Devil May Cry 5 features stunning visuals, boasts smooth gameplay feel for which the series is known.
However, it’s worth mentioning that Devil May Cry 5 is not an easy game. High skill ceiling might taunt some players, but you should keep in mind that with that comes a lot of good things we miss in many nowadays games: complex mechanics, a huge variety of moves and combos, a lot of weapons, and more. A must-try if you’re into action games.
- Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
March 15th marks another big launch for the highly anticipated Ubisoft’s shared world shooter-looter game. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 recently became available to all who pre-purchased the title and the early reviews seem to confirm that it’s a huge step forward.
Aside from the obvious technical upgrades, the developers revealed that The Division 2 will feature a new standalone 40-hour long story campaign, improved AI opponents and a lot of more cool improvements. It’s also worth mentioning that Ubisoft hopes to support the game for years to come so it’s a great pick if you’re looking for a game for a longer period of time.
- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is coming from the developers of critically acclaimed Dark Souls series From Software. If that doesn’t say a lot about the upcoming game we don’t know what does. This one is coming out on March 22nd across multiple platforms.
However, while the Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice seems to share the same souls-like spirit, the same trial and error principle, and the same approach to each encounter, some things in the latest From Software title are a bit different. The game will feature a story told by the game characters, it will also focus on in-depth player progression and personalization rather than RPG stats-focused approach. These and many more new features promises to bring entirely new gameplay feel to the From Software title and that’s a good reason to be excited.
All of these big games of March can be purchased on Eneba Marketplace for a low price. Be sure to grab your favorite before the time runs out.