The Most Anticipated PC Games of the fall 2014

With the delay of some big titles for the year 2015, it is hard not to get the feeling that the current year will not receive major releases. However, just search a bit to finish this impression: at least in the PC world, the coming months reserve experiences that will challenge your ability to find free time to enjoy them properly.

In this article, we have compiled an extensive listing of some of the major titles that should draw the attention of PC players by the end of this year. Besides obvious names, we try to highlight some independent titles that may surprise and attract more attention than many games with huge budgets.

This list may inevitably leave out some titles that may be of interest to our readers. So if some title by which you have been waiting anxiously outside the selection, enjoy our comments section to comment on it.

Super Street Fighter IV

Though already available for consoles, Super Street Fighter IV will take a while to get to PCs. In addition to adding new characters, the new version of the game changes the way former fighters behave in order to bring more balance to their struggles - something that caused many experienced players had one underperform during EVO 2014.

Metro Redux

Including both as Metro 2033 Metro: Last Light, the Redux version of the game it is a re-mastering that builds upon the latest version of the 4A Engine. Owners of the original versions of titles get 50% permanent discount when performing the upgrade that should help bring this mix of FPS and survival horror to a new generation of players.

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The Sims 4

The new version of the series, Maxis wants to make the lives of your Sims even more fun and random. For that, Electronic Arts created a new system of emotions and started to allow their characters perform multiple tasks simultaneously. Apparently, the game will be a great excuse for you to forget the real life problems while dealing with the difficulties of a virtual existence.


The reboot of the Gauntlet series lets you play with one of four different classes in labyrinths full of monsters and treasures. Although the game has a single player mode, it reveals its true potential when you join others via online medium.

Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition

While Dead Rising 3 is already available for some time for the owners of Xbox One, the PC version promises to be the ultimate experience of the series. Besides being able to enjoy the game with enhanced graphics, the owners of the platform will gain as a bonus instant access to four of the DLCs already available by Capcom.


The new football game from EA Sports marks the debut of the engine in Ignite PCs and promises to bring a greater degree of realism to the virtual fields. The differential of the title should be betting on a system of emotional intelligence that will make players behave differently depending on your actions on the field.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

While many games were postponed to 2015 Shadow of Mordor has a few days in advance in relation to its original release date. The game aims to give players a different vision of Middle Earth, putting them in the role of Talion, a guardian who gained special abilities after dying in tragic circumstances.

Alien: Isolation

Developed by Creative Assembly, the new game from the Alien series has hard goal to redeem the disaster that was Colonial Marines. For this, the game bet on a more stealthy gameplay, which abandons the wild action to foster a climate of constant tension as the player explores a spaceship.

Project Spark

More than a game, Project Spark intends to offer a "blank canvas" on which you can create movies, games and other interactive experiences. Besides being able to invest in their own projects, players will have access to work done by others, which should help extend indefinitely the experience created by Microsoft Studios.

The Evil Within

The Evil Within is the return of Shinji Mikami to the survival horror genre. The horror title promises to play with the minds of players to bet on dangerous monsters, unexpected scares and in an atmosphere of constant tension. Definitely, this will be a game we will be afraid to take with the lights.

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

Made especially for fans who wish to know more about the world of Borderlands, The Sequel Pre-fills the blank space between the first and second game of the series. Despite adopting unprecedented mechanical (like the fighting in low gravity), the game is filled with familiar surroundings and, for the first time, allows you to control the sympathetic Claptrap.


Made by the same team responsible for Left for Dead team, Evolve tries to change the way we deal with multiplayer games. For this, the game bet on two teams: they formed one of four players with different skills and another consisting of a single monster can evolve to become stronger as a game unfolds.

Assassin's Creed Unity

Promising a new starting point for new players, Assassin's Creed Unity initiates a completely new story arc. Along with three other companions, the killer Victor Arno Dorian must infiltrate through the French aristocracy and enjoy the events of the French Revolution to prevent the Templars take power.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

First game of the series made exclusively by Sledgehammer Games, Advanced Warfare also takes advantage of a longer than its predecessors development cycle. Betting on a futuristic scenario, the title promises to keep the roots of the series while adding a number of new elements as a way to keep players interested.

The Crew

Offering players the chance to cross a giant map, The Crew offers a persistent world you can explore alone or with friends. While you are not running various scenarios, you can use an app for iOS and Android to check your progress and make adjustments in his collection of cars.

Dragon Age: Inquisition

With the promise of presenting a gigantic world, Dragon Age: Inquisition has the potential to become the most remarkable game in the history of BioWare. In command of a force known as the Inquisition, it is up to the player to gather a group of heroes in order to fight a great evil that threatens to destroy all free peoples.

Far Cry 4

In Far Cry 4, the protagonist Ajay Ghale is forced to deal with a civil war after returning to his native country, Kyrat. With this, the player has the perfect excuse to explore an immense mountain range while killing villains variously and deals with the dangerous local wildlife.


The new music game from Harmonix bet on an unusual rhythmic formula that you add elements to a game of competitive first-person shooter. All player actions will be in tune with the background music of the game, and as it changes, the environments of the matches become dynamic.

Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth

While the other games in the Civilization series has always been grounded on actual historical events, Beyond Earth intends to adopt more fanciful airs. The strategy game will allow you to explore the stars and colonize alien planets in an attempt to find a new home after the earth ceases to be a viable alternative for the humankind.


First game to use the Unreal Engine 4, Fortnite mixes elements of sandbox games worthy features of a good Tower Defense. During the day, the player must explore environments and collect items to strengthen its base, which serves as the only protection against the hordes of undead that appears during the night.

Grand Theft Auto V

A year after reaching the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, GTA V will finally be enjoyed by PC gamers. Despite the improved graphics, the big attraction of the game should be its compatibility with mods made by the community, which should help extend for a few years the life of the work done by Rockstar.

Hatoful Boyfriend

In this bizarre dating simulator, the player assumes the role of a pigeon that is looking for a lasting relationship. Even though the game's story is proved unsatisfactory, the simple fact that it adopted a rather unusual posture makes're very curious to check out what it has to offer.

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number

Hotline Miami 2 intends to redeem the same action and the tense climate of insanity that made its predecessor a success. Relying on the controversial demonstration launched some time ago by Returning, the title has everything to break taboos and show the world that there are no issues that can not be handled by the gaming world.

Massive Chalice

While the world's eyes were on Broken Age, another title from Double Fine also went through a successful Kickstarter campaign. Massive Chalice is a game of turn-based combat that the names in this list, it is unfortunately what else is likely to be postponed to sometime in 2015.

Star Citizen

One of the most ambitious projects of today, Star Citizen wants to offer players huge space battles, while betting on a complex trading system of citizenship. The title has a government agency known as "United Empire Earth" and into it, players will have to show your worth in some way - as part of military service, for example.

Tales from Borderlands

After proving its talent with names like The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us, Telltale now bets on its vision of the Borderlands series. The game follows the story of two completely original characters, Rhys and Fiona, each responsible for showing the side of a story - which does not rule out the possibility that there is direct confrontations between them, the results of which should be loaded by different chapters of the plot.

Wasteland 2

Wasteland 2 is the greatest proof of how Kickstarter can help rescue lost in time series. Released in 1988, the first game in the franchise serves as a spiritual predecessor to Fallout intellectual property which proved very popular. Betting on traditional game systems, the game promises to deliver combat with a brutal level of difficulty combined with a visual high-quality.

The Witness

New project from the talented (and controversial) Jonathan Blow, The Witness was unveiled during the event marking the revelation of the PlayStation 4 Since then, the developer kept mystery about his new project, you should bet on a series of puzzles that connect to a great mystery.

World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor

The fifth expansion for World of Warcraft promises to bring big changes to the game. In addition to increasing the maximum level to 100, the game transports players to the land of Draenor for the first time since the original Wacraft. In short, the game should be a plate-full for those who follow the history of MMO that is already close to completing a decade in operation.