On average, a dozen new games are released on Steam. And while we think that's a good thing, it can be hard enough to keep up.
Potentially exciting gems are sure to get lost in the deluge of new things to play until you solve every single game released on Steam.
So that's exactly what we've done. If anything didn't strike your fancy this week, we've gathered the best PC games, a list of games that are launching this year.
Lucid Dreaming- (Release: October 18, Developer: Tall Story Games Ltd, Launch price: $16.14 | £12.79 | AU$22.90), a point described by Lucy Dreaming as "a brilliant British comedy" And the click is adventurous. It follows Lucy.
Monster Prom 3: Monster Roadtrip - (Release: October 22, Developer: Beautiful Glitch, Launch price: $10.79 | £10.79 | AU$16.15), the third installment in the world's leading thirsty monster dating sim. But this time it's not just about dating.
Faith: The Unholy Trinity- (Release: October 22, Developer: Airdorf Games, Launch price: $13.49 | £10.25 | AU$19.35), Faith is a creepy 8-bit style horror game that has been released since 2017. Two chapters have been born. Faith: The Unholy Trinity packs up with the final, third installment.
Fhtagn Simulator- (Release: October 21, Developer: Keyhole Studio, Launch price: $7.19 | £5.21 | AU$10.35), publisher Indican described Fhtagn Simulator as a "Cthulhu Roulette deckbuilder".
Robot Resistors- (Release: October 22, Developer: Crablacksmith Studios, Launch price: $5|£4|AU$7.50") Speaking of clones, here's another game that follows in the footsteps of Vampire Survivors. It's going on.