Top PC Game Releases for April 2020

If you have already rocked all of the games released in March and are looking for new challenges, then you can prepare because April is full of news. Capcom wants to build on the success of its remakes and is now releasing Resident Evil 3 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. If you’re not a fan of horror games and prefer something lighter, another highlight is Streets of Rage 4, an unprecedented chapter of the franchise that arrives with a lot of brawl!

The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered is a special highlight for shooting fans. It is sold as DLC in the same package that contains the Battle Royale Warzone and the remastered campaign from the first MW. Check out all of the April 2020 PC game releases below!

PC Game Releases – April 2020

  • 03/04 – Aeolis tournament
  • 03/04 – HyperParasite
  • 03/04 – In other waters
  • 03/04 – Resident Evil 3
  • 04/07 – Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories
  • 04/17 – The Fold Apart
  • 21/04 – Pong Quest
  • 04/23 – Iratus: Lord of the Dead
  • 04/23 – MotoGP 20
  • 04/23 – Pixel Ripped 1995 (VR – Rift, Quest, Vive)
  • 04/24 – Predator: hunting grounds
  • 04/24 – Trials of Mana
  • 04/24 – XCOM: Chimera Squad
  • 28/04 – Tactics of the gears
  • 04/28 – Abstract
  • 04/28 – SnowRunner
  • 04/29 – Horror nautical science
  • 04/29 – Legends of Runeterra
  • 04/30 – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered Campaign
  • 04/30 – Levelhead
  • 04/30 – Streets of Fury 4

Major PC releases in April 2020

Resident Evil 3

Release DATE: April 3, 2020

Developer: Capcom

After the huge hit with the Complete Remake of Resident Evil 3, it’s time the third episode of the series got an equally lavish treatment. Jill Valentine, Carlos, Nemesis and Co. return for another round of terror, screaming and much horror through the streets of Raccoon City.

The game’s graphics use the new RE engine. Produced by Capcom, this graphics engine can produce extremely high quality images, which even some of the best performing graphics cards on the market suffer from.

Without a doubt one of the most anticipated PC releases for April.

If you’ve played the original on PlayStation One, there is only one thing we can tell you: STARRRRRRSSSSS!

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered Campaign

Release DATE: April 3, 2020

Developer: Infinity Ward

Soap, Shepherd and Ghost return to your PC screens and relive the epic campaign feats of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered. In addition to all technology and co-op features, the campaign will receive the very latest graphics and new visual effects. Lighting, textures, and other details have all been redesigned for an experience worthy of 2020.

Mandatory experience for all fans of the franchise. If you want to take a break from one mission to another, the CoD Battle Royale mode even lets you speed to Verdansk for a battle. Not bad, right?

Legends of Runeterra

Release DATE: April 29, 2020

Developer: Riot Games

Riot Games has grown into a real game machine. After the overwhelming success of League of Legends (a game that still rules the MOBA arena), the company is now investing in Legends of Runeterra. It is a lovingly designed card game for PCs, Android and iOS.

The game has many characters from LoL who are in the same universe. Not only is LoR completely free to play, it also offers full dubbing and translation into Brazilian Portuguese. This one doesn’t just play when you don’t have a good game of cards!

Streets of Rage 4

Release date: April 30, 2020

Developer: Lizardcube, DotEmu and Guard Crush Games

Streets of Rage is a franchise that shaped an entire generation. With a heavy arcade presence and SEGA’s Mega Drive, Beat ’em Up had tons of brawls and a completely carefree crime fighting story.

Streets of Rage 4 comes from the hands of Lizardcube and Guard Crush Games, with clean hand-drawn graphics. The story takes place 10 years after the last game and is a direct sequel to Streets of Rage 3 (released in the 16-bit generation). Axel Stone, Blaze Fielding, and Adam Hunter are just a few of the characters available.

Everyone has their own moves, specials, and gameplay styles.

There are more than 10 levels where you can fight in solo or co-op for up to 4 players. There’s full support for online gaming, boss-rush-style modes, and other surprises that will keep audiences smiling from edge to edge.