Top 10 New PC Games For December 2020

You’d think video game releases would be slowing down at this stage of the year, but think again. It’s time for us to take a look at the best PC games coming out in December 2020. Obviously Cyberpunk 2077 is the big one to end all big ones, but don’t forget about Ubisoft’s Zelda-like Immortals Fenyx Rising. Here are our top 10 new PC games for December 2020. What are you looking forward to playing? Let us know in the comments.

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So what new games are coming out in December? Contrary to popular belief, it’s more than one. Cyberpunk 2077 is looking like it’s going to blow everyone away, but Immortals Fenyx Rising is fun for all the family, Haven is an interesting-looking RPG-cum-visual novel, and Unto The End’s brutal combat looks terrific.

As well as all that, when it comes to new PC games, Empire Of Sin lets you become a mob boss in 1920s Chicago, Phogs lets you live out your dreams as a two-headed dog, and El Hijo – A Wild West Tale is one of the more wholesome stealth games you’re going to come across in some time.

If you’re wondering what should I buy or what new games can I pick up over the next month, then you’ve come to the right place. Obviously, you should wait for reviews to be sure, but we can confidently say there are some crackers on the horizon.

Please let us know which PC games coming soon you are excited about. And, of course, for all of your PC gaming needs, keep it on

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  1. There is no spoon.

  2. Libby Darbyshire-Brown

    I desperately wanted to love Empire of Sin but it's so buggy. It's also as shallow as a paddling pool and the core gameplay is just kinda meh

  3. "Not much longer to wait as CP2077 launches on December 10th"

    Inb4 it gets delayed again…

  4. Per Aspera didn't make it on the list?

  5. Not my real name

    Thanks for the recommendations, unto the end looks up my alley

  6. It's pronounced "El Eehoe", not "Heehoe".

  7. Anyone else still somewhat convinced Cyberpunk is gonna get delayed again?

  8. Daniel Thakorlal

    Backlog!… and cyberpunk… but mostly, backlog!… nope, cyberpunk. The backlog can wait.

  9. Great list, I wasn’t aware of most of these games. Thanks!

  10. The Legioner Of Storm

    Which accent is that?

  11. I can’t see PHOGS! without thinking about Genital Jousting

  12. "Who doesn't love a white Christmas?"

    Hate that white stuff with a passion.

    Anyhow, Cyberpunk is the only game I got and will get this month

  13. Specific Pickle

    I will be playing cyberpunk and dark souls until then!! Woop woop

  14. Please tell me Phogs has a Russian level, so you can work at the Kremlin with a two-headed dog.

  15. Cyberpunk, obviously, but Ill give Haven a go as its on Gamepass for PC and I like the look of Unto the End. It'll make a refreshing change from beating my head against Demon's Souls PS5 remake.

  16. for me its the absolute backlog that keeps rising, things i plan to try are death stranding,yakuza 0,horizon zero dawn,persona4 just to name a few

  17. You missed one called Airborne Kingdom that I'm very much looking forward to–a sky city builder that you fly across the landscape.

  18. Arnulf Günther

    Please, what is that game called at @0:54 in the video?

    Actually, all the short snippets starting from @0:43 look quite interesting…

  19. I had to check to see if Phogs! was made by the same developer as Genital Jousting. They have, uh… similar physics.

  20. Totally going to leave any other games when December 10th hits

  21. For me, it will be my backlog and probably Cyberpunk 2077. Maybe also Yakuza LAD and/or Project Wingman. For now, I've added Call of the Sea, El Hijo and Haven to my wishlist. I'm not sure if and when I'll get them. They do look great however.

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