The Most Exciting Indie Games Coming Out In February 2018

Written by Jon Sutton on Sun, Jan 28, 2018 5:00 PM
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Yesterday we took a look at the biggest hits coming our way this month, but there are literally hundreds of indie games also bubbling up over the next few weeks. It can be a little quiet at this time of years for the big releases, so February is a great time to get stuck into a few indie gems, experiments, and oddities that would never be risked by the big-name publishers. Oh, except Fe, which has the big budget backing of EA, but it's certainly got indie spirit at its heart.

Freeman: Guerilla Warfare - February 1st / PC

Freeman: Guerilla Warfare System Requirements
 

We Were Here Too - February 2nd / PC

We Were Here Too System Requirements

 

Treasure Adventure World - February 7th / PC

Treasure Adventure World System Requirements

 

Descenders - February 9th / PC

Descenders System Requirements

 

The Fall Part 2: Unbound - February 13th / PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch

The Fall Part 2: Unbound System Requirements

 

Fe - February 16th / PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch

Fe System Requirements
 

Long Gone Days - February 18th / PC

Long Gone Days System Requirements

 

Past Cure - February 23rd / PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Past Cure System Requirements

Moss - February 27th / PlayStation 4 (VR)

So feel free to vote which indie you're most looking forward to this month, and if you've got an undiscovered gem that isn't on this list then do be sure to share it in the comments section below!

Which indie game are you most looking forward to in February?

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16:16 Jan-30-2018

Sad how these indie games getting overshadowed by most AAA games which are not even worth their price. I am not saying all indie games are good but they don't get the attention they deserve.

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13:26 Feb-05-2018

Reason why they don't get the attention they deserve is because of anonymity. Some indie games get a lot of attention especially when someone is playing that game live on twitch or on youtube.

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07:48 Jan-29-2018

Don't these games go popular usually later after the release, when more people have noticed them and start recommending them?

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13:25 Jan-29-2018

some people prefer to board the hype train early.

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14:04 Jan-29-2018

ugh...

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