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Two Point Campus joins this week’s upcoming games!

Plus Spider-Man swings onto PC for the first time!

Welcome back everybody to the start of a new week! It’s Monday, which means we’ll look at all the new games we can look forward to. Whether you want to head back to school in Two Point Campus or convert citizens to a true religion in Cult of the Lamb, there’s something exciting in store. So, without further adieu, here are all the new games coming out this week!

Two Point Campus (Aug. 9)

Two Point Campus logo and characters

Starting things off this week, we have Two Point Campus. Developed by Two Point Studios and published by SEGA Europe, this simulation game lets you build and run your dream college campus. From how the buildings look, to where you place trees and roads, players have full freedom on how to build their campus.

Some of the classes you can teach in the game include Knight School, Gastronomy and Archaeology. Apart from running classes, players will also need to make sure students are happy and flourishing in a variety of extracurricular activities. After receiving a delay earlier this year, Two Point Campus launches tomorrow on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Lost in Play (Aug. 10)

Venturing its way into your home next is Lost in Play. Developed by Happy Juice Games and published by Joystick Ventures, this adventure title places you into your own cartoon journey. The game focuses on a brother and sister as they journey through a fantastical world of goblins and ancient ruins.

Marked by the unique animated art style, Lost in Play will tell its entire story visually, with no dialogue. Throughout the game, you’ll traverse an imaginative world and solve puzzles to find a way home. Lost in Play journeys out to Nintendo Switch and PC on August 10.

Cult of the Lamb (Aug. 11)

Cult of the Lamb

Then, developer Massive Monster and publisher Devolver Digital bring us a thrilling adventure about a possessed lamb. In Cult of the Lamb, you’ll travel through a evolving world in the Lands of the Old Faith as you fight to convert all its inhabitants to the one true religion. Throughout the game, you’ll have a number of ways to vanquish your foes with melee weapons and dark magic. You can also unlock new abilities by finding Tarot cards across thw world.

Alongside combat, you’ll also have a variety of paths to take as you explore where you’ll find new prospects and resources to grow your community. But beware, as the four Bishops of the Old Faith will try to stop you from your holy crusade. You can begin your quest to spread the Word and lead the one true cult on August 11 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Rumbleverse (Aug. 11)

Have you ever wanted to see a pro-wrestling battle royale game? If so, you won’t want to miss Rumbleverse! Developed by Iron Galaxy Studios and published by Epic Games, this free-to-play multiplayer brawler puts you into a massive battle royale where players duke it out with suplexes instead of guns.

You can climb atop rooftops and battle it out in the sky or whack your opponents with weapons like steel chairs. And in typical battle royale fashion, the last one standing wins! Rumbleverse goes live for free on August 11 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC.

Marvel’s Spider-Man (Aug. 12)

Finally this week, our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man returns, but this time for PC! Yes, Insomniac’s critically-acclaimed modern classic game about the wall-crawler will finally be available outside of PlayStation. The open-world superhero adventure places you into the suit of Spidey as he faces off against some of his fiercest foes.

Featuring fluid web-slinging mechanics, intuitive fast-paced combat and an emotional narrative story, this is the defining Spider-Man video game. And now, by popular demand, those who don’t use PlayStation can finally experience it. You can swing into action in Marvel’s Spider-Man on August 12 for PC.

What upcoming games will you be playing this week?

All in all, there are a lot of exciting new games to look forward to this week. From the immersive college management simulator Two Point Campus to Spider-Man’s PC debut, this week is packed with great games. But what new title are you most anticipating? As always, let us know what you think down below!

Sam Fronsman

A writer with a love for video games, both new and old. A collector of games, CDs and DVDs. Can sometimes be found behind a camera or playing guitar. The X-Men games for SEGA Genesis will always hold great memories.
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