Hello, Half-Baked nation! Distilla here with your July release radar. Let’s get the ball rolling!
First up for PS4: Sea of Solitude When humans get too lonely, they turn into monsters… (Hey, are you attacking me right now?) Meet Kay, a woman who’s turned into one of these monsters and must navigate the waters of an immersed Berlin to find what it means to be human. Follow her on a journey meant to tap into feelings and emotions you wouldn’t normally bring attention to. Along the way, she’ll run into giant beasts that represent different negative emotions. It’s up to Kay to fight them off to get closer to her goal, but can she? Or will she just let the negativity consume her? Sea of Solitude is set for release July 5th, 2019.
Up next for Xbox: Wolfenstein: Youngblood Set in 1980, in an alternate history where Germany wins World War II, William Joseph Blazkowicz up and vanishes. Enter: The Terror Twins, B.J.’s twin daughters, Jess and Soph, the next generation of Nazi killing badasses. They set off to Paris to find their father while at the same time, helping the French Resistance take down the Greater Reich. You can play as either Jess or Soph, or grab a buddy and use the co-op multiplayer option to play both! Wolfenstein: Youngblood is set for release July 26th, 2019.
Lastly, for Nintendo Switch: Fire Emblem: Three Houses On the continent of Fódlan, the land is divided into three nations, who are seemingly at peace. At the center of it all is the Garegg Mach monastery, home of the Church of Seiros and its Officers Academy. You play Byleth, and are offered a teaching position at one of the three houses at the academy. As a professor, you lead your students through academic life, as well as turn-based, strategic battles. As the story progresses, your choice of house at the academy will affect your standing when war arises. 5 years later, former friends have become rivals on the battlefield. The path you’ve chosen has led you up to this moment. Where do you stand? Fire Emblem: Three Houses is set for release July 26th, 2019.
That’s gonna wrap up your July release radar. Until next time!