PC Games Dropping in December 2020

We have finally arrived at the final days 2020, the year that most of us could possibly described as the most challenging with the pandemic and all. This, however, does not mean no new games to expect before new year starts rolling. Here are some games dropping this month:


Twin Mirror
December 1


Investigative journalist named Sam Higgs is back to his hometown to attend a close friend’s funeral, but something just doesn’t feel quite right. Inspired by Twin Peaks series, Twin Mirror sets you on a quest to collect and make sense of the all the clues in a thrilling exploration.

Empire of Sin
December 1


A presentation of Romero Games and Paradox Interactive, the new turn-based RPG takes you back to the prohibition era during the 1920s. In Empire of Sin, you are in the middle of a turf far among organized crimes in which you must be willing to hustle and intimidate to keep your territory safe.

Sam & Max Save The World Remastered
December 2

Initially developed by Telltale Games and now owned by Skunkape Games, Sam & Max Save The World has been remastered to bring enhanced graphics and widescreen support among other features. The team of freelance detectives are on their way to investigate an idiotic vandalism case that turns into a full-blown hypnosis conspiracy.

Immortals: Fenyx Rising
December 3

One of the major highlights of this end-year’s release is Immortals: Fenyx Rising, by Ubisoft. Put together by the same team behind Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, the new game comes with cleverly-designed puzzles and is based on actual mythology. You’ll be Fenyx and on a mission to save Greek gods through open-world combats.

Dragon Quest 11: Definitive Edition
December 4


The critically acclaimed Dragon Quest XI is coming to Windows 10 PC. In the Definitive Edition of the JPRG, players will find themselves as the reincarnation of a legendary hero destined to once again prevail against all adversaries and forces of darkness to save the Kingdom of Erdera.

Call of the Sea
December 4


A genuine surprise during last May’s Inside Xbox presentation was Call of the Sea, published by Raw Fury. It is about Nora who finds herself in the 1930’s South Pacific in a journey to locate her missing husband. The game is essentially first-person puzzle adventure, but with a major twist. Everything is centered on her story, and the narrative exists to present more puzzles, instead of the other way around.

Puyo Puyo Tetris 2
December 8


As unlikely as it might seem, Puyo Puyo Tetris was, by any objective measure, an additive game when it first came out in 2014. Fast forward to 2020, a sequel is coming with an improved formula, more specifically the Skill Battle modes. Players have the freedom to build a team of three, each with a unique skill to stay ahead of the game.

Cyberpunk 2077
December 10


With much brighter elements and an utterly open-world gameplay, Cyberpunk 2077 is likely to overshadow any PC game released this month, even the previously mentioned Immortals: Fenyx Rising. Without auto-travelling and loading screens, Cyberpunk 2077 is the futuristic first-person version of Grand Theft Auto with more interactive characters and objects.

Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond
December 11


Electronic Arts has been for many years on its way to reclaim the throne of first-person shooter genre from Activision. It is the old battle between Medal of Honor vs. Call of Duty. But let us give the former the benefit of the doubt here with a new installment of World War II actions, this time in VR. The upcoming game, Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond gives you the role as an OSS officer whose duty is to infiltrate Nazi Europe and wreak havoc from within.

Airborne Kingdom
December 17


In essence, Airborne Kingdom is a city management sim, but the city in this game is a floating fortress. You’ll be busy looking for resources and finding the technologies to keep expanding the place up above. There will be population to please, buildings to upgrade, and balance to maintain. 

 Article Published by esportne.ws

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