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6 Games Coming in 2019 That Every RPG Fan Should Keep on Their Radar

2018 was another strong year for gaming, giving us many games that all deserve the top spot for Game of the Year; God of War, Spiderman and Red Dead Redemption 2, to name a few. After an incredible year for gaming, it’s time to get excited for the next line-up of games for 2019.

Here are six games coming in 2019 that every RPG fan should keep on their radar.

Kingdom Hearts 3

Developer: Square Enix
Publisher: Square Enix
Platform(s): PS4, XBO
Release: January 29, 2019

It has been a long time coming, but fans will finally get their hands on Kingdom Hearts 3. Once again, players will be able to take control of Sora and his friends as they explore, both new and familiar worlds from all of your favourite Disney movies. Fight in this epic conclusion to bring down Xehanort and his hordes of heartless.

Indivisible

Developer: Lab Zero Games
Publisher: 505 Games
Platform(s): PS4, XBO, NS, PC
Release: 2019

Indivisible is an upcoming action-RPG developed by Lab Zero Games which will focus on platform-style exploration. A side-scrolling game that follows the story of Ajna, a girl with mysterious powers on a global journey to discover the truth behind them.

Lab Zero Games had hoped to release this game in 2018, but a playable demo is available to gamers patiently waiting for its release.

Nioh 2

Developer: Team Ninja
Publisher: Koei Tecmo
Platform(s): PS4
Release: 2019

Nioh 2 was unveiled during Sony’s E3 2018 press conference and showcased a trailer revealing the intense action that was beloved in the first installment.

The developers did not reveal much more than a look at the action so we have no idea what the narrative will be. However, we do know that it will be tied to the first game.

God Eater 3

Developer: Shift
Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
Platform(s): PS4
Release: 2019

After an unknown life form known as Aragami drives humanity close to extinction, humans create bases underground and a new God Eater is created as a ray of hope.

This is the third installment in the franchise and is slated to be released in late 2019, though we could see this in 2020.

Town (Working Title)

Developer: Game Freak
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform(s): NS
Release: 2019

Game Freak are most notable for their work on the Pokémon franchise but they have produced other games in more recent years. The Nintendo Direct for September unveiled their latest; a new IP, exclusive to the Nintendo Switch, with the working title of Town.

Engage in turn-based combat as you fight monsters that have suddenly spawned in this once harmonious town.

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age

Developer: Square Enix
Publisher: Square Enix
Platform(s): 3DS, PS4, PC, NS
Release: 2019 (NS)

The next installment in this classic JRPG series is getting a Nintendo Switch release in 2019. Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is already available on 3DS, PS4 and PC.

Dragon Quest XI focuses on the world of Lotozetasia, after the discovery of a reincarnation of an ancient hero. Engaging in the turn-based combat system this series is known for, you take on the role of this hero to save the world from the monsters and slimes.

 

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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Adding Town and Indivisible to my list of games to watch. Not sure if I’ll play them, but they caught my interest.

    1. Town looks really good, despite the lack of information. Indivisible has had a demo on the PlayStation Store for like 2 years which is worth checking out

  2. I remember watching the Game Grumps play the pre-alpha version of Indivisible and it looked amazing. The art style was beautiful, the colours were stunning, and the combat system looked fun. Can’t wait for that to come out.
    Still not sure if I should just jump into Kingdom Hearts 3 without having played the majority of its preceding titles 😬
    And I have not heard of Town before (I tend to miss the Directs). Knowing Game Freak is involved makes me wanna try it!

    1. I haven’t seen the Game Grumps play that so I might check it out but I agree with you about the art style – it looks gorgeous!

      I would probably say it’s best to play the other two KH games but they have probably developed it to be able to host newcomers

  3. OK I’m not a massive fan of these games but I love this post!!! I feel like i’ve just learned so much on something I wasn’t even asking for hahaha some of these sound really cool, maybe if I somehow acquire any decent money this year I’ll get Town for my switch! Also – your website is looking so SO SO SO AMAZING!

    1. Thank you! That means so much to me 😊

      Town looks like such a quirky and fun game. I wonder if they will keep to the name though.

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