February was a bumper month for PC games, wasn’t it? As if Elden Ring wasn’t enough game to be getting on with, we also had strategy behemoth Total War: Warhammer 3 alongside surprise hit Lost Ark. You could argue that after a month as busy as February, we could all do with a bit of space to actually play these enormous games before we throw anything else onto our already bursting backlogs.
Sadly, I come bearing terrible news. March is yet another jam-packed month for new releases, with huge titles such as GhostWire: Tokyo and Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands threatening to tear our attention away from the wonderful Elden Ring. And that’s before I tell you about promising indie releases like Tunic and Weird West!
There’s a lot to talk about, so let’s not waste any more time, eh? Here are the top 10 video games launching for PC in March 2022.
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Kicking off the month we have Far: Changing Tides. The much-anticipated sequel to Far: Lone Sails (often hailed as one of 2018’s hidden gems) Changing Tides charts the adventure of a young boy and his boat as he traverses troubled waters in search of a new home. You’ll spend the majority of your time within the hold of your ship, a hulking mass of scrap metal that needs to be fixed, upgraded and refuelled in order to progress ever forwards towards your elusive goal. In our review, we slapped a Bestest Bests badge onto Changing Tides, praising the game’s painterly landscapes and hard-hitting narrative. Don’t miss it.
Far: Changing Tides (March 1st)
Shadow Warrior 3 (March 1st)
Babylon’s Fall (March 3rd)
Distant Worlds 2 (March 10th)
Tunic (March 16th)
The Settlers (March 17th)
Stranger Of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin (March 18th)
GhostWire: Tokyo (March 25th)
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands (March 25th)
Weird West (March 31st)