New Releases – Warriors: All-Stars, Sonic Mania, Absolver & ARK: Survival Evolved are now available on the PC

PC gamers, get ready for some new releases. KOEI Tecmo, SEGA, Devolver Digital and Studio Wildcard announced that Warriors: All-Stars, Sonic Mania, Absolver and ARK: Survival Evolved are now available on the PC.

Sonic Mania is a new 2D retro Sonic game that celebrates the best of Classic Sonic, pushing the envelope forward with stunning 60 FPS gameplay and pixel-perfect physics, and will feature a split-screen multiplayer competitive mode.

Absolver is an online multiplayer combat game where players are placed behind the mask of a Prospect under control of the Guides, the new rulers of the fallen Adal Empire, who will determine your worth in joining their elite corps of Absolvers.

Warriors All-Stars is a new Dynasty Warriors game that summons a diverse array of champions to save a mysterious land at the brink of destruction in the middle of a clash for control, featuring a wide selection of fan-favorite characters from various KOEI TECMO Games franchises such as Ryu Hayabusa from Ninja Gaiden, Kasumi from DEAD OR ALIVE, William from Nioh, Yukimura Sanada from SAMURAI WARRIORS, and Zhao Yun from DYNASTY WARRIORS.

Last but not least, ARK: Survival Evolved an action-adventure open-world survival game that allows players to use firearms and improvised weapons to defend against hostile humans and creatures, with the ability to build bases as defense. The game has been available for a while via its Early Access program but it’s now available as a full fledged title.

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