PC games have been getting progressively better representation at E3 this year. Looking around today, we couldn’t find a comprehensive list exclusively featuring this year’s PC games, so we made one. Let us know in the comments if we missed anything you’re excited about!
Absolver is an online multiplayer melee combat RPG published by Devolver Digital. It’s the debut game from developer Sloclap, a team of former Ubisoft developers and artists.
ABZÛ (August 2, 2016)
An oceanic exploration game from the artist behind Journey.
Agents of Mayhem (2017)
Agents of Mayhem is a new game from Volition, the studio behind the Saints Row games, set in the Saints Row universe with a new twist. Here’s to hoping it still includes their beloved co-op mode!
Aragami (Fall 2016)
From the developer: “Aragami is a stealth game in which you play as an undead assassin with the power to control the shadows.”
ARK: Survival Evolved (December 2016)
The much-loved (and impossibly demanding) Steam Early Access game will get its official release at the end of this year.
Arma 3 Apex (July 11, 2016)
An expansion to the ultra-realistic military shooter, coming next month.
Attack on Titan (August 30, 2016)
Attack on Titan is a manga that turned into a TV show that is now a video game. That summarizes everything I know.
Battlefield 1 (October 21, 2016)
The next installment in the Battlefield franchise dials the clock back 100 years to World War I. Many members of the Logical Increments team love the Battlefield series, so expect us to be playing this come October.
Black the Fall is a Steam Early Access puzzle platformer set in a dystopian society.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (November 4, 2016)
The next Call of Duty game features spaceships and other futuristic stuff.
An open-world survival game set in the Conan the Barbarian universe.
We featured Cuphead on last year’s list of Best PC Gaming Things from E3 2015, after it was first featured at E3 2014. Will it finally come out this year? We’ll see.
Civilization VI (October 21, 2016)
Sid Meier’s treasured strategy series is back with the expected tweaks and improvements to time-proven gameplay.
CRYPTARK is a sci-fi roguelike shooter, a.k.a. my favorite combination of words ever. It’s been on Steam Early Access since October 2015.
“In a remote island paradise, 16 contestants have 20 minutes to explore, scavenge items, craft weapons, build traps, hunt and kill each other.” Currently available in Steam Early Access.
Day of Infamy
A World War II shooter from the makers of Insurgency.
Dawn of War III
So much Warhammer chaos.
Dead Rising 4 (Q4 2016)
Frank West is back!
Death Stranding (RUMOR)
At this point, Hideo Kojima’s new game has not been 100% confirmed for PC, but he allegedly said at a press conference several months ago (before revealing Death Stranding) that his next project would come to PS4 and PC.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (August 23, 2016)
We love the Deus Ex games, and Human Revolution was a pretty good modern revival of the series. We hope for Mankind Divided to be executed equally well.
Dishonored 2 (November 11, 2016)
Once upon a time, there was a game called Dishonored. Now there is a game called Dishonored 2.
A mix of RTS and MOBA, where you control three characters at once. Sounds promising!
A sci-fi MMO with a fully editable world and simulated economy.
Elder Scrolls: Legends (2016)
A strategic card game based on the Elder Scrolls series.
An action RPG set in a Norse world. Looks pixel-y.
Everest VR (2016, HTC Vive)
Climb Mount Everest. In VR. The perfect experience for acrophobes.
EVERSPACE (Q4 2016)
A single-player space shooter roguelike.
FIFA 17 (September 29, 2016)
For Honor (February 14, 2017)
Hack and slash things (a.k.a. people) as either a knight, samurai, or viking.
Forza Horizon 3 (September 27, 2016)
Friday the 13th: The Game
Take control of Jason to prey on campers and give me nightmares for years to come.
A game of nothing but boss fights. Get straight to the good stuff!
Gears of War 4 (October 11, 2016)
The popular Xbox series comes to PC with cross-platform play. Those poor, poor Xbox players…
Giant Cop (2016, Oculus Rift)
You’re a giant who also happens to be a cop. In VR!
Um. I have no idea.
Grow Up (August 2016)
From Ubisoft: “Leap, bounce, and float in a vast open world as BUD explores the new planet in this beautiful acrobatic adventure.”
You guessed it: A standalone version of the card mini-game in the Witcher universe.
Halo Wars 2 (February 21, 2017)
The RTS set in the Halo universe is back for round 2.
You’re a guy with a detachable head. It’s a Double Fine game.
I Am Setsuna (July 19, 2016)
A new JRPG from Square Enix.
The new game from the makers of LIMBO. Looks eery.
Killing Floor 2 (2016)
The sequel to the first one of these games.
This game just looks awesome.
Loot Rascals (2017)
A roguelike where you’re stranded on an alien planet and battling aliens on hexagons.
Mafia 3 (October 7, 2016)
The next game in the popular Mafia series.
Manifold Garden (2016)
A puzzle game that “reimagines physics and architecture.” The trailer stresses me out.
A real-time RPG with a Venetian flair.
Mass Effect Andromeda (March 2017)
Go further than mankind has ever gone before… ANDROMEDA.
Mirage: Arcane Warfare (Fall 2016)
The next limb-removal simulator from the makers of Chivalry.
No description available.
Moto Racer 4 (October 2016)
Moto racing, now with VR support!
Mount and Blade 2 (2016)
The game I want more than any other.
Night in the Woods
You’re a cat! In an adventure game!
“A cyberpunk horror game from the creators of Layers of Fear.” SOLD.
Oxygen Not Included (2016)
The new game from Klei, the makers of Don’t Starve and Mark of the Ninja.
Quake is back, and it will be the first true Quake game in more than a decade.
From the developer: “Arkane Studios, the team behind the critically acclaimed Dishonored series, is bringing their unique vision to Prey, a first-person sci-fi action game that reimagines the franchise from the ground up… with an added psychological twist.”
From the developer: “Dieser Trailer hält knapp sieben Minuten Spielszenen aus der Beta von Rain World für euch bereit.”
Raw Data (2016, HTC Vive)
A futuristic co-op survival FPS on the Vive.
“From the legendary creator Keiji Inafune, and the makers of Metroid Prime comes ReCore, an action-adventure crafted for a new generation.”
Resident Evil 7
The seventh biohazard event has been confirmed for PC.
A dragon-riding game from Platinum Games, the makers of Bayonetta.
Sea of Thieves (2016)
A pirating adventure game from Rare Studios.
Serious Sam VR (2016, Oculus Rift)
The venerable, excessively violent shooter gets the VR treatment.
Shadow Warrior 2 (2016)
Be a warrior: a Shadow Warrior.
A rootin’ tootin’ Steam Early Access game.
South Park: The Fracture But Whole (December 6, 2016)
Haha. “But whole.”
Star Trek: Bridge Crew (Fall 2016, Oculus Rift & HTC Vive)
Become a member of the Enterprise crew, in VR!
State of Decay 2 (2017)
Kill more zombies, now featuring more varying states of decay.
State of Mind (Q1 2017)
“State of Mind is a 3D dystopian adventure from Martin Ganteföhr.”
Steep (December 2016)
An open world mountain sports game. This thing has to get VR support, Ubisoft.
Styx: Shards of Darkness (2016)
An adventurous sequel to Master of Shadows.
Actually a whole new game, not just a VR version of last year’s shooter.
The Surge (2017)
Sci-fi Dark Souls? Yes, we deserve this.
Syberia 3 (December 1, 2016)
The cult-hit adventure series continues.
The Turing Test (August 2016)
A first-person sci-fi puzzle game exploring the nature of human consciousness and intuition.
Tekken 7 (2017)
The Walking Dead: Season 3 (2016)
Clem is growing up.
Titanfall 2 (October 28, 2016)
More robots, more weapons, more Titanfall.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands (March 7, 2017)
Trials of the Blood Dragon (Out Now)
Trials + Blood Dragons = ??????
Obsidian’s new isometric RPG. I repeat: Obsidian’s new isometric RPG.
Valentino Rossi: The Game
Based on Valentino Rossi: the racer.
I’m not sure what this game is, but I probably want it.
Warframe meets… Rocket League?
Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor – Martyr (2016)
A game where you ask a lot of questions, and then die for a righteous cause.
Watch Dogs 2 (November 15, 2016)
Just promise you won’t pre-order this one until you know it works. (In other words, don’t pre-order it.)
We Happy Few (2016)
I’ve got Bioshock vibes, and that’s a very good thing.
Yesterday Origins (September 29, 2016)
Protagonists John Yesterday and his partner Pauline, a couple of immortals who own an antiques store in Paris, travel across the globe through multiple periods. I’m not sure why.
Yooka Laylee (March 2017)
A new IP from some of the people who brought us Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country.
Once again, if we missed anything, let us know in the comments!