Upcoming 2019 Game Releases
|Resident Evil 2 (Remake)||PS4, Xbox One, PC||January 25|
|Kingdom Hearts 3||PS4, Xbox One||January 29|
|Crackdown 3||Xbox One, PC||February 15|
|Anthem||PS4, Xbox One, PC||February 22|
|Metro: Exodus||PS4, Xbox One, PC||February 22|
|The Division 2||PS4, Xbox One, PC||March 15|
|Biomutant||PS4, Xbox One, PC||2019|
|The Outer Worlds||PS4, Xbox One, PC||2019|
Biomutant is one of the games that I am most looking forward to in 2019. No official release date has been revealed yet, but expect THQ Nordic to drop an official release date soon. Biomutant is expected in Summer 2019 and is being developed by Experiment 101.
Biomutant is an action role-playing game that will be released for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Branching storylines will allow players to determine how the story will continue. Players will control a raccoon-like creature in an open world full of other mutated animals. Character customization will also influence gameplay attributes. For example, a heavier character will move slower but will deal and resist more damage.
Biomutant will probably be one of the underdogs of 2019 competing against the likes of Anthem, The Division 2, The Outer Worlds and Red Dead Redemption 2. One thing is certain though, I will be playing Biomutant and writing about it whenever it releases.
Game Cache on YouTube
Last month Game Cache posted three Gameplay Looks and began a no commentary "Let's Watch" series for Sunset Overdrive.
More Gameplay Looks and the rest of the Sunset Overdrive series is coming in 2019 along with some other cool videos. Be on the lookout for a Wreckfest video series called Wreckfestival in early 2019.
- A Gameplay Look at RAGE
- A Gameplay Look at ALAN WAKE
- A Gameplay Look at BATTLE CHEF BRIGADE
- FASHION FREEDOM
- THE OXFORDS
- UP IN THE AIR
- HOT DOG!
- HEPCAT'S LIGHT NIGHT SPECIAL
- THE NORTON DRAGON
- THE FLOOR IS LAVA
The Outer Worlds
The Outer Worlds is Obsidian Entertainment’s new IP that is oddly similar to Fallout and mentions Fallout in its announcement trailer. The Outer Worlds is from the original creators of Fallout and the developers of Fallout: New Vegas. The Outer Worlds is a new single-player first-person sci-fi RPG.
The Outer Worlds looks like it will be a big contender and will be available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC sometime in 2019. Maybe that will be enough time to figure out that this game is called The Outer Worlds and not The Outerworlds.
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- Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience
- Sniper Elite
- Sniper Elite V2
- The Dwarves
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What I Am Playing
I am currently replaying Borderlands as Brick, Seven: The Days Long Gone, and messing around with Wreckfest while I wait on the Winter sale to begin on Steam.
A decade later, I am still playing Borderlands and I definitely recommend that you pick it up even if you have never played a Borderlands game and especially if you have played Borderlands 2. The original game is inferior to the sequel in some ways but superior in others. Check it out.
Seven is alright. You will die a lot and the game does not save often so make sure to pop a save every five minutes or 30 seconds. Seven can seem tedious at times and even downright impossible, but when you can progress the story it is a lot of fun. Seven nails exploration allowing a variety of ways to get around obstacles, but you will probably want to just save up and buy visas to access each zone. It will take a long time to save up, though because even though you can loot armor that is worth 100 credits, most vendors only have 30 credits to pay you.
EXPANSIONS - THANK YOU READERS
When I started GAME CACHE, it was just a blog on Tumblr where I periodically posted 10 screenshots from games that I was playing. I was fed up with the amount of bullshots appearing on store pages and in promotional material and wanted to provide a way for fellow gamers to see what the games actually look like.
I wanted to do more with GAME CACHE, though and have spent the last few months thinking about what I could do to grow the site. Game galleries, reviews, miniseries, and a monthly newsletter.
Thank you for reading and supporting!
And a Merry Christmas from Game Cache!
Disclaimer: GAME CACHE does not own the Doom Eternal video contained in this issue of EXPANSIONS.