Video Game Release Dates: The Latest Games Coming to PC and Consoles in July 2024

The First Descendant, Nobody Wants To Die, and Dungeons of Hinterberg are among the biggest games being released this month but there are plenty of other titles to look forward to as you can discover in our video game preview.

Check out our highlights and then keep scrolling to find a list of the other games coming to PC and consoles in July 2024.

Which games are you most looking forward to? Let us know by leaving us a comment below.

Please note: This list is correct at the time of writing but release dates could change. 

July 2

The First Descendant 

Platforms: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

In the mood for another looter shooter? This one can be played with up to 3 other players, with huge boss monsters to beat and a number of characters for you to choose from. Early word suggests the game is fun, with fluid combat and meaningful upgrades. We’ll see you on the battlefield!


“The First Descendant is a free third-person cooperative action RPG shooter featuring high-quality graphics. Experience the fun of strategic boss fights through 4-player co-op and various unique characters, exciting gunplay, and looting. A variety of equipment is necessary for growth, and you can obtain them through clearing scenario missions within the game or in the World Missions where cooperation is crucial and battles with huge bosses.

The player becomes a Descendant in the game and is given a mission to fight against the invaders for the survival of humans and to protect the ‘Ingris continent’. The player can experience a spectacular story by growing stronger through various missions and stories to finally discover the Descendants’ secret.

You can also feel the First Descendant’s unique atmosphere through high-quality fields developed with Unreal Engine 5 and gain a new experience of reality and SF fantasy coexisting in one place.” (source)

July 9

Once Human

Platforms: PC, Android, iOS

Here’s another multiplayer title to keep you and your friends busy over the summer. This one is an open-world survival game that pits you and your besties against a variety of monstrous enemies. The game has been praised for its spooky atmosphere and impressive soundscape that might make you jump from your gaming chair. 


“The apocalypse changed everything. Human, animal, plant… all are infested by an alien creature – Stardust. As a Meta-Human, you can survive the contamination and use the power of Stardust. Play alone or join others to fight, build and explore. When the world is in chaos, you are our last hope.

You wake up in the middle of nowhere. You’ll have to brace yourself for the cruelty of nature (from monsters to lack of food); however, Stardust’s influence does not restrict to living things, it also affects the soil and water. Eating polluted food and drinking dirty water will reduce your Sanity. When your Sanity drops, your max HP would drop accordingly. To eat or not to eat, it’s a question.

Battle numerous enemies that are once human, and challenge bosses from another dimension to gain powerful items and ease Stardust pollution. You are not only fighting for yourself, but also fighting for the survivors.” (source)

July 17

Bō: Path of the Teal Lotus

Platforms: PC, Switch, PS5, Xbox Series X/S

This game has been compared to Okami due to its colourful art style and similar music score. The gameplay is markedly different, however, being more of a platformer than a contemplative action-adventure title. By the looks of it, this could be quite a tricky game to play, but let us know how you get on with it in the comments below. 


“Flow with acrobatic grace and agility through a mysterious world of myth and legend in Bō: Path of the Teal Lotus, a colorful hand-drawn adventure inspired by Japanese folklore.

Undertake a mystical journey as Bō, a celestial blossom (fox tentaihana) descended from the heavens to play a key role in an ancient and mysterious ritual. Use your legendary bō staff to bounce and glide fluidly through an otherworldly realm of hand-drawn, dreamlike landscapes, strange and adorable yokai, and massive monsters summoned from ancient legends of Japan.” (source)

July 17

Nobody Wants To Die

Platforms: PC, PS5, Xbox Series X/S

This stylish future-noir detective game may well be one of the best games of the summer. Graphically, it’s very strong, and with an immersive world to get lost in, you might want to rename it Nobody Wants To Live In The Real World!


“Lose yourself in the world of New York, 2329, where immortality comes at a price that someone has to pay. Following a near-death experience, Detective James Karra takes an off-the-books case from his chief with only the help of a young police liaison, Sara Kai, to assist him. Time reveals all as they risk everything in pursuit of a killer, uncovering the dark secrets of the city’s elite.

Experience a noir adventure in an alternate future of New York City in 2329; technology has advanced to offer humans eternal life, allowing consciousness to be stored in memory banks or transferred from one body to another. That is, if you can afford the subscription.

See through the eyes of Mortality Department Detective James Karra on his hunt for a serial killer who targets the city’s elite citizens. Investigate crime scenes using his time manipulation augmentation and advanced technology to reconstruct events leading up to each murder and uncover clues that lead to the horrifying truth behind the murders.” (source)

July 18

Dungeons of Hinterberg

Platforms: PC, Xbox Series X/S

Don’t worry if you have no vacation plans this summer! This upcoming game takes you to the beautiful village of Hinterberg in the Austrian Alps. Don’t expect much relaxation in this virtual game world, however. There are dungeons to explore, with enemies to defeat and puzzles to get your head around, so you can’t hang around all day chatting to the locals.


“A big tourism industry has sprung up around the village of Hinterberg and its magical dungeons full of monsters and Alpine mythical creatures. Dungeons of Hinterberg is an action-adventure RPG set around this new tourist hotspot in the idyllic Austrian Alps.

Armed with a sword and a tourist guide, explore the beautiful surroundings and uncover the challenges hidden within its dungeons! Master magic, solve puzzles, slay monsters and build relationships; all this and more await you in Hinterberg!” (source)

July 18

Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn

Platforms: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S

From the developer of Ashen comes this new soulslike title with flashy combat and a vast open world to explore. With a mix of gunplay and magic, this gives you some flexibility as to how you approach the game. But will it be as difficult as other titles within the genre? All will be revealed soon!

Official Description:

“Step into the boots of Nor Vanek, an elite member of the Coalition army, joined by Enki, a mysterious fox-like companion, in their quest for vengeance against the Gods. Guided by Enki who shares his knowledge of the world with you, your combat skills and traversal capabilities will be imbued with his magical powers making you a duo to be reckoned with.

Flintlock retains elements of the souls-like genre and infuses it with rapid mobility resulting in dynamic and explosive combat. Weave in melee, gunpowder and magic in rhythmic battles where combos chain together to create a deadly dance. Use Nor’s gunpowder abilities to exploit verticality to your advantage and deal death from above, or quickly recover from danger.

Unleashed upon the world, the vengeful Gods are on a rampage, intent on causing chaos and the downfall of mankind. Traverse the ravaged landscape of Kian, utilizing Enki’s magic and portals to soar through the skies while confronting hordes of the undead. Discover new equipment, strengthen your weapons, and upgrade your gear in anticipation of the ultimate showdown against the Gods.” (source)

The Best Of The Rest

July 2

Final Fantasy 14: Dawntrail (PC, PS4, PS5)

July 4

Zenless Zone Zero (iOS, Android, PC, PS5)

July 11

Anger Foot (PC)

July 15

Darkest Dungeon 2 (PS5)

July 16

Gestalt: Steam & Cinder (PC)

One Piece Odyssey (Switch)

Yaoling: Mythical Journey early access (PC)

July 17

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Splintered Fate (Switch)

July 18

Nintendo World Championship: NES Edition (Switch)

Schim (PC, Switch, PS5, PS4, Xbox)

July 19

Eggy Party (Switch)

Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S)

July 22

The New Denpa Men (Switch)

July 23

Été (PC) 

F1 Manager 2024 (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S)

Weyrdlets (PC)

July 25

Frostpunk 2 (PC)

Which games released in July 2024 will you be playing this month? Let us know in the comments below.