The Biggest Games Coming Out in July 2019

Written by Jon Sutton on Wed, Jul 3, 2019 4:33 PM
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We're a little bit late this month due to Super Mario Maker 2 inadvertently swallowing up more of my time this weekend than I'd intended, but here we have all of the biggest video games coming out in July 2019.

It's a bit of a quiet month though, depending on your tastes. Switch fans will doubtless be well served by Fire Emblem: Three Houses. While most big publishers give the summer a wide berth, Nintendo continues to crack out first-party titles month after month.

The latest expansion for Final Fantasy XIV is out now, so if that's your bag then it's the sort of thing which could easily fill your entire month. The rest of the month is filled with a clutter of a smaller releases, albeit finished off in fine style with not one but two new Wolfenstein games - Cyberpilot and Youngblood. Cyberpilot caters to VR fans while Youngblood brings the Nazi-slaying kicking and screaming into the world of co-op. And, I think we can all agree, fuck Nazis.

Anywany, here are all of the biggest and best games coming out over the next four weeks. Get voting for your favourites in the poll below!

Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers - July 4th / PC, PS4

Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers System Requirements

 

Stranger Things 3: The Game - July 4th / PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Stranger Things 3: The Game System Requirements

 

Sea of Solitude - July 5th / PC, PS4, Xbox One

Sea of Solitude System Requirements

 

Dr. Mario World - July 10th / iOS, Android

 

 

SolSeraph - July 10th / PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

SolSeraph System Requirements

 

Griftlands Alpha - July 11th / PC

Griftlands System Requirements

 

Tiny Metal Full Metal Rumble - July 11th / PC, Switch

Tiny Metal Full Metal Rumble System Requirements

 

Dragon Quest Builders 2 - July 12th / PS4, Switch

Dragon Quest Builders 2 System Requirements

 

Night Call - July 17th / PC, Xbox One

Night Call System Requirements

 

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order - July 19th / Switch

 

 

Beyond: Two Souls - July 22nd / PC

Beyond: Two Souls System Requirements

Fire Emblem: Three Houses - July 26th / Switch



Wolfenstein: Youngblood - July 26th / PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Wolfenstein: Youngblood System Requirements

 

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot - July 26th / PC VR, PSVR

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot System Requirements

 

Mutant Year Zero: Seed of Evil - July 30th / PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Mutant Year Zero: Seed of Evil System Requirements

If you're planning to pick up any of the games out this month, you can get voting below. You can also vote for multiple games if you’re planning multiple purchases. Enjoy the next month of gaming and do let us know if you're saving your cash for something a little further afield or you're getting tucked into your backlog!

Which games are you planning to buy in July?

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13:55 Jul-04-2019

nothing really hype for me but i do hope Judgment will come to pc(damn that 900p 30fps on ps4 :/) . Seeing as sega is making good revenue off pc sales as well i dont see a reason it wouldnt.

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23:20 Jul-03-2019

I don't want to be harsh but Wolfenstein Youngblood is the only one that got me interested.
Beyond: Two souls also caught my eye a bit, so i will definitely check YT gameplays of that game and ratings, to see what people who tried it have to say about that one.

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02:12 Jul-04-2019

For me David Cages games are only good if you want to have a proper laugh at the absurdity of the story and his downright terrible, extremely on the nose writing.
Beyond Two Souls is probably the worst one of his games but that's not saying too much considering others are pretty bad too.
I'd recommend, if you really feel like playing it, snag it on a possible sale if you can, if Epic doesn't ban you from purchases before you do.

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23:44 Jul-04-2019

Like i said... it only looks interesting for now, and if i EVER decide to get it i will wait for some gameplay vids and ratings and reviews before i do that.

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18:01 Jul-03-2019

MYZ Expansion for sure! Also, looking at Griftlands. Looks interesting.

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17:35 Jul-03-2019

SolSeraph sounds really good. An update of ActRaiser? I'll keep an eye out for the reviews.


Wolfenstein: Youngblood probably is a Black Friday buy for me.

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