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Top New Game Releases This Month On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC — March

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This week’s episode of New Releases kicks off the month of March, which brings plenty of sequels and console exclusives, like the much-anticipated Sea of Thieves, which is finally leaving port after a few delays. Nintendo Switch gets an adventure all its own with Kirby Star Allies, while RPG fans can dive into Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom on PS4 and PC. You can also work together to escape prison in the EA Original title A Way Out, or shoot your way to freedom in Far Cry 5.

Kirby Star Allies — March 16

Available on: Nintendo Switch

The pink puffball’s latest adventure is all about working together, even if you’re playing alone. That means four-player co-op is included, but you can also use the new heart mechanic to bring enemies over to your side if you don’t have a full party. Of course, the real treat here is seeing an insanely buff King Dedede.

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Sea of Thieves — March 20

Available on: Xbox One, PC

If I tell you that Sea of Thieves is all about gathering a pirate crew with your friends, you can probably figure the rest out: you can explore a massive ocean, run a tight ship, battle other crews, search for buried treasure, and so much more. You might even run into a kraken or two.

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A Way Out — March 23

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

A Way Out is a forced co-op game–one player controls Leo, the other controls Vincent–where your goal is to escape prison. In practice, this means one of you can be stuck in a cut scene while the other explores or take on a sticky situation from multiple angles.

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Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom

Available on: PS4, PC

This RPG sequel had its own set of delays, but it’ll soon be time to help King Evan restore his stolen throne. New to the game are the Pikmin-like Higgledies, which can be commanded in battle. And you’ll definitely be having plenty of those across the game’s open world.

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Far Cry 5 — March 27

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Even Far Cry 5 had its share of delays, but it’s still looking to make a bang this month. The latest entry in the shooter series eschews the typical exotic locale for a home-grown conflict in the American midwest. You’ll be fighting to liberate an entire county from a gun-toting cult.

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