While July is known historically as a slower period for game releases, that doesn’t mean there isn’t anything noteworthy coming out. Quite a few exciting games are launching this month that you should keep on your radar. This isn’t your typical summer game drought, especially with certain games being pushed from previous dates into July because of issues brought on by the pandemic.
Sony is continuing to hit summer hard with its latest first-party developed game, Ghost of Tsushima, while last year’s limited-time PS4-exclusive Death Stranding will finally be arriving to PC. On the other hand, Nintendo is releasing a couple of Switch-exclusives, which includes the sequel to the cult-classic Deadly Premonition and a new entry in the Paper Mario series. There’s even some notable remasters re-releases on the horizon with the Switch port of Catherine: Fully Body and THQ Nordic’s remaster of PS2-era sandbox favorite, Destroy All Humans!
To give you a look at what’s ahead for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch, we’ve rounded up all the biggest games of July 2020 below. For a wider look at the titles still to come this year, be sure to check out our list of game release dates in 2020. Otherwise, be sure to check this article often for the latest during this month, as we’ll be sure to update it with more new release dates that get announced.
Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise (Switch) — July 17
Ghost Of Tsushima – Official A Storm Is Coming Trailer
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Ghost Of Tsushima is an open-world action-adventure set in 13th century Japan. You play as Jin Sakai, one of the last remaining Samurai defending the island of Tsushima against the Mongol empire’s invasion. Since it was first announced in 2017, a great deal of excitement and anticipation has built around the game and its developer Sucker Punch (Sly Cooper, Infamous). With only a handful of glimpses and closer looks into Ghost of Tsushima’s story, world, and combat throughout the years, there’s still so much we don’t know about the game. Fortunately, we’ll finally see how Ghost of Tsushima truly stacks up when it launches mid-July.