The PC Gaming Show returned for a second stream this year with Most Wanted, a countdown of over two dozen game announcements, teases, updates, and trailers that streamed earlier today.

We saw new trailers for Hades 2, Frostpunk 2, and Steamworld Build, and interviews with the developers of Path of Exile 2 and Homeworld 3.

We’ve compiled the biggest new game reveals below.

Unrailed 2: Back on Track

Indie developer Indoor Astronaut announced a sequel to cute and chaotic co-op game Unrailed. The sequel will add an interconnected open world and persistent upgrades to the multiplayer mayhem of keeping the ever-moving train running.

Release date: 2024 (Steam Early Access)

Islands of Insight

The puzzle-fanatics at Lunarch Studios have built a lovely-looking island full of puzzle-y goodness in Islands of Insight. Unlike most puzzle adventures, you don’t have to tackle this one by yourself — Islands of Insight boasts a shared world and cooperative multiplayer. Also, flying on angelic wings!

Release date: February 2024


Spine is a single player action-shooter set in a cyberpunk world of cinematic gun-fu action. Protagonist Redline fights back against the AI super-corporation using her sentient combat implant, Spine, which gives her enhanced reflexes and combos.

Release date: TBA

Stalker 2: Heart of Chornobyl

Stalker 2 was ranked #1 in the Most Wanted countdown list. Ukrainian developer GSC Game World returns to the immersive, narrative-rich FPS series with an open world and non-linear story.

Release date: Q1 2024 (also on Xbox Series X/S)

Unforetold: Witchstone

It would be unfair to call Unforetold a Baldur’s Gate 3 copycat as it’s been in development for years, but the sprawling RPG sandbox is certainly hoping to follow in those massive footsteps, with a reactive world, tactical combat, and deep customization. It probably helps that the world is crafted by Ed Greenwood, creator of D&D’s own Forgotten Realms (the setting of BG3).

Release date: January 25, 2024

Pacific Drive

Pacific Drive is an apocalyptic, first-person survival game with a twist – you have a car! Using a garage as your home base, you’ll explore the Olympic Exclusion Zone and find parts to upgrade your trusty vehicle to go further.

Release: Feb 22, 2024 (also on PlayStation 5)

Songs of Silence

Songs of Silence is a 4x strategy wargame with an eye-catching painting-like “Art Nouveau” style. It features turn-based kingdom management punctuated with real-time battles featuring over a hundred units in three different factions. Gameplay revolves around using cards granted by heroes and locations.

Release date: Spring 2024


Open world survival-crafting games are all the rage, and Bellwright takes a more realistic medieval spin. The medieval sim blends 3D town building with kingdom management, as you defend your town from an evil kingdom, while building up rebellious forces to fight back.

Release date: Early 2024 (Steam Early Access)

Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn

Flintlock: The Siege of Dawn is a third-person action game set in fantasy world that combines magic and gunpowder – and a cute fox-like companion. Nor Vanek and her companion Enki battles evil gods and their followers throughout the City of Dawn.

Release date: Summer 2024 (also on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S)

Still Wakes the Deep

First-person survival-horror game Still Wakes the Deep is putting a big focus on the music. The new trailer showcases the unique, immersive soundtrack using a new instrument developed specifically for the game’s score.

Release date: 2024 (also on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S)


The extraction-shooter is an evolution of Battle Royale, with players competing against each other to secure an objective, rather that simply destroying each other. Hawked pits three player teams, or solo survivors on a remote island filled with treasures, monsters, traps, and other players.

Release date: Now on Steam Early Access (Early 2024 on consoles)

Wild Bastards

The follow-up to Void Bastards utilizes the same striking comic-style art, but moves the setting to the gunslinging Wild West. If the Wild West was set on multiple planets with robots and aliens. With the help of a sentient spaceship named The Drifter, the Bastards travel the stars, collecting allies, completing bounties, and shooting anyone in their way.

Release date: 2024

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Eric has been writing for over eight years with bylines in Dicebreaker, Pixelkin, Polygon, PC Gamer and Tabletop Gaming magazine, covering movies, TV shows, video games, tabletop games and tech. He reviews and live streams D&D adventures every week on YouTube. He also makes a mean tuna quesadilla.