Retro first-person shooter Project Warlock is coming to PS4 on June 9 and Xbox One and Switch on June 11. Released on PC back in 2018, it’s an ode to 90s shooters like Wolfenstein and Doom with modern tweaks like weapon and character upgrades. Who couldn’t use more demon-slaying in their life?
Sting Entertainment’s role-playing roguelike Baroque is coming to the eShop in Japan later this year. Originally released on the Sega Saturn only in Japan in 1998, the game was remade and ported to PS2 and Wii a decade later. It’s an incredibly interesting but obtuse game with a lovely soundtrack.
Hold onto your guns: Exit the Gungeon is coming to PC and consoles sometime in early 2020. The Enter the Gungeon spin-off, a side-scrolling twist on the main game’s roguelike bullet hell, was originally released on Apple Arcade last fall. It’s fun on mobile but is better with a controller.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades, the series’ free-to-play mobile spin-off, won’t come to Switch until next year, Bethesda announced today. The port was originally supposed to launch this fall, but the company said that it needed to be delayed due to work on improving the game, including an overhaul of how loot works.