We’re getting into the second half of 2021, even though the year is dragging along, it’s going by pretty fast. This semester is promising to be better than the previous one so without further ado, let’s get to know the main game releases for the month of July
Pokémon Unite – Switch
At this point in the championship, everyone should already know what it is Pokémon Unite, this is the MOBA that brings the pocket monsters as playable characters. Game matches, limited to a specific time, consist of divergent teams composed of up to five players.
The Beta has been running for a while, but its final version will be released on the Nintendo Switch sometime in July and will feature 23 Pokémon at launch.
The Plague Tale: Innocence – Switch, PS5 and Series X
the worshiped The Plague Tale: Innocence gets new versions on July 6, when it arrives on Nintendo Switch and in upgrades for the next generation on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.
On the new machines from Sony and Microsoft, the game will be able to run in 4K resolution and 60 fps, in addition to having support for 3D sound and several visual improvements. Nintendo’s hybrid system version will run via the cloud via streaming.
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin – Switch and PC
For those who don’t know the saga Stories, she is a spin-off from the main franchise of Monster Hunter and uses Pokémon-inspired RPG mechanics, making you train monsters and connect with them during a very fun adventure. No need to rip out its parts to get weapons and armor – much friendlier, isn’t it?
Trials of Mana – iOS and Android
On July 15th, Trials of Mana, an action RPG released by Square Enix, for PC, Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch in April of last year, will have a version for iOS and Android. The game is a remake 3 of the 1995 classic, being the third episode of the series. Manna.
F1 2021 – PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and X Series
F1 2021 arrives on the 16th and will have a free upgrade to the new generation with several technologies compatible with the PS5 and Xbox Series S/X. This will be the first Formula 1 title published by EA after the definitive acquisition of Codemasters.
In the 2021 edition, it will be possible to play career mode from start to finish with a friend, either cooperatively or competitively. According to the publisher, the mode will give complete freedom over assists and can be played in different difficulty levels.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD – Switch
Announced in February, Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD also arrives on the 16th for the Nintendo Switch as a celebration of 35 years of The Legend of Zelda franchise.
For gamers unfamiliar with the game, it’s a title that explored the Wii’s motion controls masterfully and, to some extent, shared the fan base with its mechanics. The remastered version will have motion controls via JoyCons, but also support for traditional controls for those who don’t like the feature.
Orcs Must Die! 3 – PC, PS4, Xbox One and X Series
on the 22nd, Orcs Must Die! 3 will gain a version for PC and consoles, the game has been available for Stadia since last year. This edition brings everything that was seen in Google’s video game, such as new weapons, unprecedented campaign and many other elements to help in the hunt.
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles – PC, Switch and PS4
The Great Ace Attorney is a spin-off from the famous Ace Attorney series. The game is a prequel to the entire series, telling the story of an ancestor of Phoenix Wright on his journey to bring a justice system to Japan at the end of the Meiji Era.
The package brings the games The Great Ace Attorney: Adventures and The Great Ace Attorney 2: Resolve, plus eight mini episodes and three alternative costumes that were released as DLC in Japan, access to art, music and voice recordings from the games with Art Gallery and Auditorium options.
Neo: The World Ends with You – Switch and PS4
The new game in the franchise created by Tetsuya Nomura, responsible for kingdom hearts and director of Final Fantasy VII Remake, Neo: The World Ends with You arrives on July 27th on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, as well as coming to computers in the future.
Set in Shibuya, Tokyo, Neo: The World Ends With You continues the story of The World Ends with You, RPG released in 2007 by Square Enix on Nintendo DS. The narrative follows a group of young people during the mysterious “Reaper’s Game”, which could guarantee a second chance on Earth after death.
Microsoft Flight Simulator – Series X
During the E3 2021 conference, it was revealed that Microsoft Flight Simulator would reach the Xbox Series X/S consoles on July 27, 2021. As it is very heavy, the game will only reach the Series line and leave the Xbox One aside. But it will have all the features that the game has on the PC.
In addition to these highlights, check out other games that will be released in July:
- The 25th Ward: Thee Silver Case – Switch
- Ender lilies: Quietus of the Knights – PS4
- Ys IX: Monstrum Nox – PC and Switch
- Boomerang X – PC and Switch
- Crash Drive 3 – PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, X Series, Switch, Android and iOS
- Fuuraiki 4 – Ps4 and Switch
- Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and The Millionaires’ Conspiracy DX+ – Switch
- Akiba’s Trip: Hellbound & Debriefed – PC, Switch and PS4
- Cotton Reboot! – Switch and PS4
- Cris Tales – PC, Switch, PS4, Ps5, Xbox One and Series X
- Death’s Door – PC, Xbox One and X Series
- Tribes of Midgard – PC, PS4 and PS5
- Samurai Warriors 5 – PC, Switch, PS4 and Xbox One
- The Ascent – PC, Xbox One and X Series
- Blaster Master Zero 3 – Pc, Switch, PS4, Xbox One and X Series
- Blaster Master Zero Trilogy: MetaFight Chronicle – Switch and PS4
- Escape: Melodies of Steel – PC, Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and X Series