On a typical day, Steam releases approximately a dozen new games. While we believe this is a positive thing, it is naturally difficult to keep up with. Unless you sort through every game launched on Steam, potentially intriguing gems will be missed in the inundation of new things to play. That is precisely what we have done. If nothing appeals to you this week, we’ve compiled a list of the finest PC games available right now. As well as a running list of the five new steam games of 2021 is set to release this year.
5 New Steam Games in October
Sword and Fairy 7
Sword and Fairy is a popular action RPG series in Taiwan. However, it was generally unknown outside of the country until its precursor was released in 2019. That predecessor is a pleasant albeit notably ropey turn-based affair; this current installment marks the advent of a brand new real-time fighting system that, at least in videos, appears to be very serviceable. It was decent in Software Entertainment’s Xuan Yuan Sword 7. The promise of a traditional Chinese setting is the main draw here, so it’s worth looking into if you’re searching for something different.
Youtubers Life 2
A dystopian tycoon sim set in a future where young people perform repetitive chores in front of a live-streamed audience. Where success is based on engagement metrics, and where a hyper-critical public is awaiting your blood. To put it another way, it’s a game about being a popular YouTuber. “Collaborate with renowned personalities, explore the city of fame, uncover secret stories, and follow trends to produce viral content,” according to the game’s description. It’s up to you whether you want to start afresh Skyrim adventure as a pacifist Argonian or not.
Graveward High, which was released into Early Access last week. It is a horror game that has a Hello Neighbor vibe to it. It takes place in a high school, with randomly generated stages, destructible environments. Furthermore, a strange insane professor antagonist is ready to pummel you to death if you’re not cautious. The school setting can vary: according to the Steam website, schools range from the wild ’80s to the American Civil War. Graveward High is set to leave Early Access at the end of the year, with additional levels, monster powers, and riddles being added in the meanwhile.
Alisa is the next low-poly, warping-walls horror game to hit Steam. This one looks a little like Alone in the Dark. However, it’s “inspired” by the 1920s, so there’s a little of a period piece sense behind all that 1990s muck. Alisa is on the trail of a wanted criminal, and her investigation leads her to—wait for it—a creepy home. There are creepy sentient dolls, and it has “Soulsborne difficulty,” according to the description. You’ll be able to put the rest together on your own.
This “remake” of Dusk is actually a separate game, based on the classic push-blocks-to-solve-puzzles structure popularised by Chip’s Challenge and Sokoban. But don’t worry: there are firearms and baddies to shoot. All of the action takes place over 30 increasingly difficult stages, complete with chiptune remixes of Dusk bangers and a level editor. If you like early PC visuals, it’s also rather lovely. As an added benefit, it runs on literally anything,” so forget about attempting to reach 60 frames per second in Far Cry 6 on your aging gaming laptop and instead play this.
Read More Articles:
- Steam Games: Don’t Skip the Five New Steam Games
- Xbox Games in September: Xbox releases in 6 to 10 September
- Netflix Series in October: Netflix’s New Series you should definitely Watch
- Ron’s Gone Wrong Review: Where to watch? | Leaked by Soap2day?
- Solarmovies Leaked New Movies: 5 movies that releases in October
- Loved Squid Game? Watch These Movies and Shows
Between October 18 and October 25, 2021, these games remain published. We hope you like the post and are excited to try these games.