Hi there fellow gamers, as we march through 2020, hindered by one of the worst years, muddled with recession and rioting, sprinkled and sparked by a pandemic. One thing to keep is going is game releases, the September game releases should keep you distracted as the world around us collapses.

Without further delay, here are some of the game releases for September.

Crusader Kings 3
PC
September 1


Paradox Entertainment is back with another installment of Crusader Kings. A dynasty simulator set in the Middle Ages, running from the Viking Age to the Fall of Byzantium. The game will come with updates added to its predecessor Crusader Kings 2, including the genetic system, where you can pass on traits to your children. Strap on your helms and ready yourself for war.

ready yourself for war

Iron Harvest
PC, PS4, Xbox One
September 1

Strategy games seem to own the first day of September in the releases, with Iron Harvest and Crusader Kings 3 released on the same day. Set in an alternative version of 1920, based around the Soviet-Polish War, those eastern Europeans can’t seem to get along!. The story will center around the conflict of Polania, Rusviet, and Saxony. Iron Harvest draws gameplay inspiration from the Company of heroes with creative use of cover and terrain. The player can control mecha, infantry, and hero units, and the game will have a singleplayer, skirmish, and multiplayer modes.

Strategy games seem to own the first day of September

Marvel’s Avengers
PS4, Xbox One, PC, Stadia
September 4

Marvels Spiderman is the ultimate child of divorce; the general public all want him, his parents fight over him, and now he can’t come to dads for Christmas. As well as the hype for this, Spiderman will only be a playable character for the PlayStation. Marvels avengers will feature co-op gameplay that is new for Action-Adventure games and played through twenty different levels. I am excited, kind of sad that our Xbox, PC, and stadia brethren won’t get Spiderman, but hey – divorce is messy.

CHILD OF DIVORCE

Mafia: Definitive Edition
PC, PS4, Xbox One
September 25

This f*&^n guy, even though September looks to be a cracker of a month for gaming, Mafia: Definitive Edition is going to be the game that excites me the most. Released at the beginning of the 2000s, August 29, 2002, making the first one 18 years old when I write this article. Unlike Mafia II and III this is being rebuilt from the ground up. Mafia II is getting a remaster, III is getting updates. Mafia would be rebuilt from the ground-up as part of its remake. Developers focused on expanding the original story, altering the game’s setting to provide a new look to Lost Heaven, a major overhaul of gameplay including the introduction of motorbikes, and a new “original score”.

This f*&^n guy

Stronghold Warlords
PC
September 29

I feel like we went back in time, we have Mafia the original and Stronghold: Warlords getting released. The older readers will remember this game from its first iteration in 2001, which saw us head to the middle east for some Crusading action. I feel like having a Crusader themed game will never happen again, its too politically charged. Stronghold’s other iterations had received lukewarm critical acclaim when they were released, but this version based in the east looks better with added gameplay mechanics. The added focus on Warlords comes with command boosts to your strategic prowess and their unique perks. I am ready to experience another Stronghold game, its long overdue.

the east looks better

Ary and the Secret of SeasonsĀ 
PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
September 1
WRC 9
PC, PS4, Xbox One
September 3
Cook-Out: A Sandwich Tale
PC
September 3
Doraemon: Story of Seasons
PS4
September 4
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2
PC, PS4, Xbox One
September 4
NBA 2K21
PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One
September 4
Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning
PC, PS4, Xbox One
September 8
eFootball PES 2021
PS4, Xbox One, PC
September 15
WWE 2K Battlegrounds
PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
September 18
Trollhunters: Defenders of Arcadia
PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
September 25

Did we miss something? let us know in the comments below. As this is not the complete list of releases, but more a comprehensive one of games we think our audience is interested in.

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