The Biggest Games Coming Out in December 2019

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AAA games may be in the rear view mirror now but that’s not to say that December isn’t going to be an exciting month for gamers on all platforms. There are all sorts of smaller goodies inbound, including the prospect of some indie gems, the return of an iconic PC franchise and, of course, we welcome back Halo with open arms.

Here are all of the biggest games launching in December, kicking off with a 4K PC remaster of Halo Reach, the finale of Life is Strange 2, and the return of turn-based tactics legend Julian Gollop with Phoenix Point. Those averse to buying games outside of Steam will also be delighted to finally be able to pick up Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption 2 on Valve’s PC gaming client, while the middle of December is bolstered by the likes of MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries and Wattam, the new game from Katamari Damacy creator .Keita Takahashi

Halo Reach – December 3rd / PC


Arise: A Simple Story – December 3rd / PC, PS4, Xbox One



Life is Strange 2 – Episode 5 – December 3rd / PC, PS4, Xbox One


Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition – December 3rd / PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Phoenix Point – December 3rd / PC, Xbox One


Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York – December 4th / PC


Darksiders Genesis – December 5th / PC, Stadia


Paranoia: Happiness is Mandatory – December 5th / PC


Mosaic – December 5th / PC


Red Dead Redemption 2 – December 5th / PC (Steam)


Dragon Quest Builders 2 – December 10th / PC


MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries – December 10th / PC


Boneworks – December 10th / PCVR


Detroit: Become Human – December 12th / PC


Wattam – December 17th / PC, PS4

If you are planning to pick up any of these games you can get voting below. You can also vote for multiple games if you’re planning on picking up multiple games. Let us what takes your fancy this month in the comments section below, particularly if there are any other big games we have overlooked!