Steam is holding its Next Fest event, introducing users to a slew of new games that will be coming to the platform in the future. As part of this year’s event, every new game highlighted is taking advantage of Steam’s new demo system and offering potential players a chance to try their games out early.
We’ve take a look at a bunch of these games and have compiled some of them into a list so you can easily find them and check them out. Of course, not every game highlighted today fits our criteria for coverage, so if you want to look at everything, you can find the main Next Fest page. Otherwise, let’s continue.
Warhaven is a free-to-play medieval fantasy PvP game designed for two teams of up to 16 players. The game is an offering from Nexon and casts players in the role of a soldier that will lead their squad into combat. The game features dynamic melee combat and will require players to coordinate with each other if they want to be successful.
Coreborn is an open-world survival game from Blankhans. Set in the world of Tormentosia, the game focuses on the tensions between different races, and the fallout after Sargoth the Devourer invaded. Only six kingdoms remained in the world and they worked together to create a new technology known as the Ultracore. This is the world players are born into, and all its problems have not been solved.
If you’re looking for a new third-person PvP shooter, then Robot Squid’s Big Fat Battle might be the way to go. Players take on rather zany roles and use even zanier weapons. Play as anything from a hotdog to a nun across a selection of game modes.
Developer Breach.gg combines MOBA and RPG gameplay in their post-apocalyptic game Project Apidom. Players don’t just fight in arenas using heroes but will build their own characters over time, even determining their own roles. When in combat, players will fight in teams of three.
Here we have another MOBA, this time from LifeForce Games. Spark Defense is a blend of MOBA and tower defense. As with most MOBAs, it features heroes for players to choose from.
As we said, these games are only some of the games available as demos. There are, of course, other kinds, co-op games, single-player games, and more, so you may want to check out the full list on Steam’s site.
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