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Great New 2019 PC Games To Watch Out For - Steam Punks

No matter your genre of choice, 2019 holds a lot of promise for PC fans. From In The Valley of the Gods to The Division 2, here's what we're holding out for next year.

Welcome back to GameSpot's weekly PC-focused original show, Steam Punks! With just a few weeks to go in the year, In this latest episode, Edmond and Jess talk about the games they're excited about in 2019.

Jess kicks things off by talking about Draugen, the next game from Dreamfall developer Red Thread Games. The intriguing-sounding first-person psychological game that brings you to 1920s Norway.

One of Edmond's most anticipated PC games of 2019 is In The Valley of Gods. Developer Campo Santo's follow-up to the acclaimed Firewatch, In The Valley of Gods sees you traveling to Egypt in the 1920s as well.

Also in the video, Jess talks about how she's excited for Ubisoft's The Division 2 and what she hopes the sequel will improve upon, while Edmond explains why he's excited about the tactical strategy game Phoenix Point from the original creator of XCOM, Julian Gollop.

Finally, Edmond and Jess respond to your comments from last week's video about their favourite PC games of 2018. Be sure to watch the full episode in the video above.

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In 2019 I'm looking forward to the Subnautica standalone expansion: Below Zero. I'm also interested in Gears of War 5, and the Civ VI expansion Gathering Storm. Then on a more general level, the expected updates and additions to current games like Kerbal Space Program, No Man's Sky, etc... Thank you developers that stand by your games!

Lastly, waiting for sales of games I could not afford to buy this year. Sooner or later they will all be mine. ;-)

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Some PC love! Thanks Jess and Edmond

I've got my eyes on Iron Harvest