This summer is slowly coming to an end, but the August days are still quite hot both literally and in terms of gaming hype. This month brings us a clear contender to top various ‘best game of the year’ lists, exciting adventures, and dark sci-fi with dynamic action. Click here: https://ggsel.net/catalog/baldurs-gate-3-16051
Baldur’s Gate 3, August 3 (PC)
The month has started already with this massive fantasy RPG. It has been hyped by a whole army of eager gamers across the globe. Baldur’s Gate 3 has been in early access on PC for about three years now, and the developers have been improving and expanding the game over time.
We now can embark on a journey into a world full of danger, wonder, adventure and fun. Creating your own unique character or choosing the one proposed by the developers, you gain incredible power and at the same time a parasite that is implanted in our head. Escaping from captivity, you meet colorful characters with their own stories, and constantly make important decisions.
So just develop your character and act the way you want to using the numerous possibilities that the developers have made possible, which caused a lot of discussions in the media recently. As a reminder, BG3 will also be coming to PS5 in about a month – on September 6.
Stray Gods, August 10 (PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Switch)
Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical was once supposed to be released on August 3, but after Baldur’s Gate 3 release shift, the musical adventure has moved to August 10.
In the game, you get to play as Grace, who gains the power of the Muse in a modern fantasy world with real gods. So, now she has to find out what happened to her predecessor before time runs out, and also deal with all the enemies. By the way, you will fight with the enemies with the help of songs. Developers say that thanks to the variety of choices, the game can be repeatedly played – over and over – presenting you with different outcomes.
Gord, August 17 (PC, PS5, Xbox Series)
The dystopian strategy game Gord was announced back in almost ancient 2021. Its setting is inspired by rich Slavic folklore, and players will have to build and develop a settlement in a forest full of monsters. And, by the way, pagan gods will help you. However, you’ll have to appease them first.
You won’t have too many settlers at your disposal, but each of them shall be there for you with their own history, personality and unique skills. Keep an eye on each of them, as everything that happens can affect their levels of sanity and burden.
Fort Solis, August 22 (PC, PS5)
The sci-fi adventure Fort Solis will send you straight to Mars. An unusual distress call from a local mining base will have the protagonist on the way there – to find out what happened. By the way, Roger Clarke – the well-known Arthur Morgan from Red Dead Redemption 2 – provided movement and voice for the main character of this game.
Also, developers tell us that we will have to search for audio logs and surveillance tapes to learn about the dark secrets of the base. Doing that, we’ll enjoy what we’ll so the screen – the game promises to be quite cinematic, thanks to the Unreal Engine 5.2.
Blasphemous 2, August 24 (PC, PS5, Xbox Series, Switch)
In the new metroidvania Blasphemous 2 you will enjoy a new encounter with The Penitent One who will once again oppose The Miracle. You and the main character will explore a new world full of dangers and secrets – dying and being resurrected again.
The developers promise to throw hordes of enemies at you, not to mention the giant bosses, which will be waiting for The Penitent One in the darkness. The hero will have his own skills and, of course, some new unique weapons to aid him on his blood-stained way.
Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon, August 25 (PC, PlayStation, Xbox)
FromSoftware studio, known to a wide audience primarily for Dark Souls and Bloodborne masterpieces (which is enough for a solid place in industry’s hall of fame), is preparing a new part of Armored Core series about mech combat robots. This one will take place on the planet called Rubicon. The discovery of a powerful energy source there shall mobilize the corporations of the future for a fight – a cool new resource type shouldn’t end up in the hands of the competitors.
One of the new features is switching between gunfights and close combat. Also, you will have to fight with big and tough bosses. In the world of Rubicon there is a great variety of enemies of all shapes and sizes: attack helicopters, armored and dangerous mobile turrets, unmanned demolition machinery, and much more.
Sea of Stars, August 29 (PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Switch)
Just a couple of days before the end of this month we are going to get this pixel art turn-based RPG. Sabotage studio that created The Messenger platformer is responsible for its development.
Sea of Stars heroes are waiting not only for traveling through the picturesque world, but also for battles, which they will have to use their unique abilities in. For example, you will have to fight off the opponents’ shells. Of course, all this will take place in turn-based mode.
These August novelties deserve your attention, since there’s as many tastes and preferences as there are in the world. One thing is sure – the industry is slowly waking up from a slumber it has been in for a while, according to the international community of gamers. It means more quality product and more fun for everyone involved.
And, of course, it is understandable that you want your gaming experience to be the best regardless of the exact games you choose to play. Thus, if any of your gaming devices malfunction, whatever attention they need – from PS5 HDMI port replacement to laptop motherboard repair – is a matter that should be left to experienced technicians.