Steam is a gaming retailer that just keeps on giving with its almost endless supply of video games on PC.
From indie games to AAA titles, the Steam library is always being updated by Valve which may make it hard for fans to stay on top of all the upcoming releases every week.
Couple this with a steady flow of sales and new releases and you’ll find that there’s always a new game to get your hands on via Steam.
It claims to be an improvement on the original hit World War Z which has over 15 million players who can all play together thanks to cross-play between console and PC.
The story is told in episodes around the world, taking players to the Vatican City in Rome, and Russia’s snowbound Kamchatka peninsula.
Up to three friends can join you or, if you prefer, AI teammates can join your fight against hordes of ravenous zombies.
Guild of Ascension is a Tactical-Action-RPG with rogue-lite elements that combines turn-based combat with a real-time action combo system.
This blend of mechanics should hopefully add a fluid experience to combat and customisation which may separate Guild of Ascension from other RPG titles in the same genre.
Players will be able to craft weapons, learn skills, befriend critters, encounter bizarre creatures, and fight giant Bosses as they go through the Ascension of the Tower trials. Sable is a story-rich exploration game that takes players on a supposedly unique and unforgettable journey as they guide Sable through her Gliding.
The Gliding is a rite of passage that will take her across vast deserts and mesmerizing landscapes, capped by the remains of spaceships and ancient wonders. Ridding on your trust hoverbike, players will be able to explore dunes, scale monumental ruins and encounter other nomads as you unearth mysteries long forgotten and discover who she really is behind her mask.
Citystate 2 claims to go back to the origins of what made city builders such as SimCity 4 captivating and demanding by offering realistic urban simulation systems focused on civic and economic features. The developers state they paid extra attention to the freedom of play with an old-school sandbox game with no limitations nor goals while providing the option of playing with or without politics.
- Starting Monday, September 20, five games will be available on Steam for PC.
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