There is still a week to the end of July, and new and exciting video games are set their release dates in the last week of July 2023. From simulation games to beat ’em-up titles, from AAA games to indie games, this week you may find yourself a good game to spend time on until the end of the summer.
Offroad Mechanic Simulator – July 24
Offroad Mechanic Simulator is a cool simulation game where you can create, fix up, and customize offroad vehicles to your heart’s content. You can upgrade each vehicle in a bunch of different ways to make it perform better than ever before.
The game’s not just about simple repairs, either. You’ll take on contracts where clients want their vehicles decked out with crazy mods like high suspensions and snorkels. It’s up to you to choose the right parts to fit each vehicle without breaking the bank.
The game has two awesome environments with tons of obstacles to test out your modified vehicles. You can set out for your own offroad adventure and drive across dangerous terrain, climb cliffs, and cross muddy rivers to test the modifications you made.
After an early access period, the game’s developers, Image Power and Game Formatic, and the publisher PlayWay released Offroad Mechanic Simulator on Steam.
Remnant 2 – July 25
The follow-up to Remnant: From the Ashes pits players against deadly creatures and god-like bosses across terrifying worlds. Gearbox Publishing and Gunfire Games are going to be released this third-person shooter action role-playing game, Remnant 2, on Steam, Epic Games Store, and Xbox Store on July 25.
In this follow-up game, you can choose to fight solo or in co-op with up to two friends. The game’s level design was created for a multiplayer experience, with enemies and environmental hazards intelligently adjusted for varying group sizes. Teamwork is vital to success, and it’s encouraging players to communicate and coordinate their strategies.
Featuring frenetic ranged and melee combat, dynamically-generated levels provide an exciting mix of methodical strategy and rapid reflexes. Whether exploring eerie ruins, infiltrating gothic complexes, or battling giant monsters, players must utilize the best gear and weaponry to prevail against cunning enemies and colossal bosses.
Pre-orders are available now, with purchasers receiving early access to three Remnant: From the Ashes armor sets and a Survival Pack.
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart – July 26
Developed by Insomniac Games and Nixxes Software, a PlayStation 5 exclusive, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, will be released for PCs on July 26 on Steam and Epic Games Store. Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is another PlayStation-exclusive game that will be released for PCs.
With Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, available now for PC, you can join an interdimensional adventure. You can jump between action-packed planets and beyond at hyper-speed as you help them beat an evil emporer from a different reality!
The game offers an epic adventure that uses the multiverse concept in ways that are funny, charming, and even surprisingly touching without ever getting too self-important.
The game’s PC version will also feature unlocked frame rates, ray-tracing, image quality upscaling options, including NVIDIA DLSS 3, AMD FSR 2, and Intel XeSS, customizable mouse and keyboard controls, and more. It will also support various display setups, including ultra-wide monitors.
Double Dragon Gaiden: Rise of the Dragon – July 27
The new entry in the respected beat ’em up series, the Double Dragon brothers, make a reappearance with Double Dragon Gaiden: Rise of the Dragon. The game will be released on July 27 on Steam for PCs, Xbox Store for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One, Nintendo Store for Switch, and PlayStation Store for PS4 and PS5.
Double Dragon Gaiden: Rise of the Dragon offers a new action every playtime, and you can now tag in with two of the four starter characters or unlock nine additional characters, all of whom have different playstyles and special moves.
The side-scrolling brawler is set in a post-apocalyptic New York City where violent gangs run rampant. Young Billy and Jimmy Lee set out to clean up the streets with their tag-team approach to combat and a roster of diverse characters.
The new Double Dragon Gaiden will feature a fresh take on the franchise’s iconic aesthetic with refreshed pixel art visuals and updated-yet-faithful appearances for returning heroes and villains.
It will offer dynamic missions and a variety of optional settings, including permadeath and infinite mode, where you can play in local multiplayer with up to two players.
Mega City Police – July 28
If you’re a fan of action movies, retrowave, and roguelikes, you will definitely like Mega City Police from developer Undreamed Games. The pixelated roguelike features top-down shooter action set in a future metropolis that’s overrun by viciously psychotic criminals and an evil megacorporation.
In Mega City Police, you will choose from several cop archetypes, unlock cool weapons, and upgrade your abilities to battle hordes of enemies and brutal bosses in the name of justice.
Developed by Undreamed Games and published by Ravenage Games, Mega City Police will be released on July 28 on Steam only for PCs.
F1 Manager 2023 – July 27
Developed by Frontier Developments, F1 Manager 2023 brings fans closer than ever to the FIA Formula 1 World Championship. You take control of a team to guide your drivers and staff in the quest for glory with broadcast-style visuals and an authentic racing simulation that has been refined for greater authenticity and immersion.
With smoother driver behavior, less repetitive crashes, differing racing lines, and increased tyre temperature simulation, you can now be more involved in the action than ever before. In addition, the visor-fitted camera angle will immerse you in heart-pounding onboard overtakes and wheel-to-wheel battles.
There will also be a new mode, which excited every F1 fan, in the F1 Manager 2023. Following each real-world Formula 1 race, you will be able to replay pivotal moments and shape the result your way.
F1 Manager 2023 will be released digitally on July 31 for PS4 and PS5 on PS Store, PC on Steam and Epic Games Store, and Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One on Xbox Store.
Venba – July 31
The narrative cooking game Venba tells the story of an immigrant family that arrives in Canada in the 1980s. Unlike most immigration stories, Team Visai wanted to focus on the role of the parents as they tried to pass their culture onto their children in a new country. Food is a big part of that, and the recipes in Venba are based on real Southern Indian cuisine, which the devs learned about by consulting chefs as they developed the title.