The new generation is almost here but we still have a lot of games in store for this gen, especially this September. Out of almost 100 games, here are the 25 Upcoming Games for next month, all arranged by release dates. For more upcoming games, you could check out our page All Upcoming Games.
1. Iron Harvest
An RTS based on the paintings of Jakub Rozalski, Iron Harvest brings the dieselpunk environments to life. Unlike the bleak and quiet feel of the paintings, this one's actually teeming with life, with explosions, mechs, and toher heavy artillery populating each and every stage. The world has been screaming for new mech and RTS games and this may be the best of both worlds. It's coming out on September 1st.
A stunning adventure game that's been winning awards even before it's been released. Set in the world of Valdi, explore a world separated into four seasonal regions. With Ary's ability to control seasons, you'll be tasked to find the reason behind the mysterious phenomenon. It charming atmosphere has been compared to Nintendo's Breath of Wild , and while it was delayed from its July release, we may finally get to see it on the PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch this September 1st.
Crusader II was one of the best PC strategies of all time, and now we're about to get another taste of their medieval grand strategy action with a whole new installment. This third entry is set to have a deeper focus on role-playing elements, getting you to connect with the characters you'll take control of. With changes to the UI, it will no doubt be an improved crusaders experience and it's coming out on September 1st.
4. Saboteur SiO
Retro Games are always in season, and most of all if they're the return of a much beloved title. An officialy new entry for the Saboteur series, Clive Townsend has returned to the developer chair to bring us another mission as a globetrotting ninja. Everything about the game screams 80s Commodore vibes, and it's set to release on the PC this September 1st.
5. WRC 9 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One
The next step in the WRC series will finally arrive. The last we've heard from them is a 40 second trailer, which didn't really say much, except to tell us about the new exciting locations we can look forward to. WRC 9 will bring us around the beautiful sceneries of Japan, Kenya, and New Zealand. As one of the first games for the next generation, we can expect it to be one gorgeous title. It's set to release on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on September 3rd.
6. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater remains one of the most iconic skater games, not just because of all the tricks we used to do, but also because of all the tracks we got to listen to. With this amazing remaster, we'll get to return to those familiar parks and half-pipes complete with songs from Bad Religion, Dead Kennedy's, Millencolin, and so much more. Looking better than ever before, it's set to release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One this September 4th.
7. Marvel’s Avengers on PC, PS4, and Xbox One
This upcoming Marvel has been quick on the updates since day one, hyping us up with each new detail. The latest we heard was the announcement of a DLC for the game, which finally includes the oft neglected hero, Hawkeye. This also came with news for their A-Day Beta starting August 21st, which will allow you to start collecting achievements in the action-packed opening sequence. Or you could just wait for the official release on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One this September 4th.
8. NBA 2K21 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One
Another year, another NBA 2K title. Coming so close to the next-gen launch, we can expect this latest entry to reach new heights in terms of graphical upgrades. And, we definitely got a preview of that in their announcement trailer, where we saw a sweat-drenched Zion Williamson. While, as usual, there might not be a whole lot of changes, the visual improvements may just be enough for long time fans. It's coming out September 4th on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
THQ Nordic's remaster of their 2012 hit was already supposed to launch on PC and consoles this month. But, its developers have opted to move it by a month, all while announcing a new DLC to the game's already expansive list of original and DLC content. The Fatesworn will expand the decade-old story, and hopefully show us the future for the Fateless One. It's coming out September 8th.
10. Star Renegades
If anyone's in the mood for pixel-powered strategies, this game from Massive Damage Games may just do the trick. The game is no ordinary strategy though, as it combines elements from roguelites and JRPGs into one punishing, squad-based title. While it's also coming to Xbox One, Switch, and PS4 soon, what we know for certain is it's launching on the PC this September 8th.
11. Necromunda: Underhive Wars on PC, PS4, and Xbox One
Set in the Warhammer 40K’s expansive universe, breed your own kind of civilized factions deep beneath the bowels of Necromunda. Engage in a compelling third-person tactical combat with 4 of your buddies in its online co-op mode or go solo as you face against rival factions while taking advantage of the hive’s hazardous environments. Coming this 8th of September for the PC, X1 and PS4.
Obsidian Entertainment has already had some success with their new FPS RPG. Now, there's a new DLC coming and it's set to expand Outer World's exciting sci-fi storyline. Go on a quest to find answers, and get pulled into another exciting detour. Increasing level caps, adding new perks and flaws, and a load of new gear, it's a massive improvement to the adventure and it's coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One on September 9th.
13. Metal Max Xeno: Reborn on PS4 and Switch
The Metal Max Xeno Reboot has been hit with a delay, but it's finally coming soon this September. A new gameplay has been published last may, showing off the world we're set on exploring. So far, it still seems like it will be an exclusively Japanese release, which is a bit disappointing for fans in the West. With its Japan release on the PS4 and Switch coming this September 10th, we might inch closer to that elusive localization.
14. Spelunky 2
One of the greatest roguelike games of the last generation of consoles gets the sequel it deserves after being stuck in development limbo. In this latest installment, expect a myriad of changes that will satisfy players in its procedurally-generated playground. Spelunky 2’s biggest feature is its upcoming online multiplayer, where passionate spelunkers hang out and survive in its random subterranean dangers. It comes out this 15th of September for the PS4 and a Steam Edition follows shortly after release.
15. eFootball PES 2021 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One
Konami’s annual celebration of all things football gets a massive update with more features. It offers the same caliber as the previous titles with some added changes to its Clubs, MyClub, and some major fixes that once plagued the previous patch. The PES games is not the kind of game for everyone, but those who find the fun in this yearly release might enjoy this one. Coming this 15 of September.
Create your own thriving rural empire in this latest addition to the Farming Manager series. As a brand new installment, expect a slew of changes and features that will aid you in your quest to cultivate a bustling garden of flora and fauna. Manage your loyal crew of farmers, tend to your livestock and enjoy this peaceful management game as it comes out this September 17 for the PC.
17. WWE 2K Battlegrounds on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and Stadia
Of all the titles 2K could produce, this one was an unlikely new IP. 2K transforms each of your favorite wrestlers into a less intimidating hulking chunk of muscle. Go toe to toe with 4 other players in a single arena where you can interact with almost everything in the environment to gain the upper hand. You can still relive some of the best moments of Wrestling History since the roster is jam-packed with new and familiar faces. It comes out this 18th of September as a multiplatform title.
18. This Is The Zodiac Speaking on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch
Unravel the mystery behind the infamous Zodiac Killer in this evidence-based first person adventure from Punch Punk Games. It may not share the same brooding atmosphere from David Fincher’s award-winning movie, but it does offer its own take on the subject by mixing it with horror and stealth elements in videogame form. It comes out this 24th of September on the PC, PS4, X1 and Switch.
19. Lust From Beyond
Obviously not intended for young audiences, this psychological horror game combines Lovecraftian themes with sexual content. It dangles between the occult and otherworldly elements and takes you into a twisted version of humanity’s desires. Solve a variety of perplexing puzzles and explore its highly-detailed Victorian halls. It comes out exclusively for the PC this 24th of September.
20. Serious Sam 4 on PC and Stadia
This intergalactic first-person shooter gets another absurd chapter. This explosive episode of Sam “Serious” Stone takes him to more dangerous locations teeming with extraterrestrial monstrosities. Lucky for him, 4 gets a slew of numerous gameplay improvements that make its moment to moment action satisfying. Players can equip Sam with an arsenal of new weapons with insane firepower. It comes out sometime this 24th of September for the PC and Stadia.
21. Bullet Age on PC and Switch
Mix and match melee and ranged weapons in this indie action-adventure game from Liv and Halfbot. Survive a post-nuclear world where mutants and monsters roam the land. Grab a friend enjoy its fun 2D co-op adventure as you make your way through numerous levels battling mutated freaks and unlocking new abilities. Coming this 25th of September for the PC and Switch.
Based on the popular Netflix show, Defenders of Arcadia takes you into a time-bending adventure where you save this magical land from an impending apocalypse. Meet a cast of familiar faces and journey through Arcadia’s unique worlds with your very own TrollHunter. It’s set to release this 25th of September for the PC, PS4, X1 and the Nintendo Switch.
23. Mafia: Definitive Edition on PC, PS4, and Xbox One
Get back to the Mob in this full-fledged Remake of the first chapter of the acclaimed Mafia series. Explore a recreated 1930's cityscape and rise through the ranks of the Mafia during the Prohibition era of organized crime. This Definitive Edition is rebuilt from the ground up with an expanded story, gameplay and original score. It’s coming out this 25th of September for the PC, PS4 and X1.
24. Port Royale 4 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch
Achieve Naval supremacy in the 17th Century in this latest installment of the Port Royale strategy series from Gaming Minds. Join the massive armada of Spain, England, France and Netherlands in the game’s brand new turn-based naval combat. Develop your own empire full of pirates, and set sail into the dangerous waters of the Carribean. Coming this 25th of September for the PC, PS4, X1 and Switch.
The latest form Firefly Studios’ acclaimed real-time strategy series. Warriors take players into the chaotic battlefields of East Asia. Take command of various factions in the era from Samurai Clansmen, Imperial Warriors or the fearsome Mongol horde. Dominate the economy and become the most powerful Lord in the Kingdom. Coming to the PC this 29th of September.