These are games that are soon to be released on Steam. Also, while not sponsored, we voluntarily created this article in collaboration with GCash and Steam
Ahh yes, Steam. A platform known for its rigorous discounts and a vast library of games ranging from AAA games to indie ones. Oh, there are also some very questionable ones we will not further talk about. Whatever game it is, it’s pretty much available on Steam.
Our Steam library is pretty much a vast empty wasteland. We know you could relate but have you ever got the time to browse on Steam but couldn’t figure out which game you wanted to buy or download next? Yeah, we feel your pain. If you’re a long-time user of Steam, chances are you already know how to top up Steam Credits via GCash, and yes it’s easier to actually top up that way than using credit or debit cards.
Okay okay, enough with the chit-chat, here are some juicy suggestions you might wanna add to your Steam Library when they come out! These will probably entertain you for weeks. And this isn’t a list of obscure games, but rather titles that some of you might be familiar with already.
The list here is mostly role-playing games, so if that isn’t your cup of tea, then this article may not be for you.
Dungeon and Fighter: Duel (Release Date: June 28)
DNF Duel is an anime-styled fighting game that is the latest release in the Dungeon and Fighter franchise. The game also has online capabilities and you can even play with your friends in a 1v1 mode. After all, it won’t be a duel if you can’t play with your friends, right? Select from a vast array of characters and make the blood count! It’s a fun pastime too. The game can be pre-ordered on Steam for Php 2,619.00 and will officially release on 28th June
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak (Release Date: June 30)
The ninth installment in Capcom’s Monster Hunter series! Originally, Rise was available first on the Nintendo Switch but now it’s coming on PCs as well via Steam. Sunbreak is basically the expansion pack or the DLC of the game. So we recommend getting the main title first before getting this one.
In this RPG, players will be taken to a new region in the land of Elgado to fight various monsters. If you have the guts (and the money) to take on the adventure, then prepare your bags as you’re traveling to Elgado this 30th of June!
Pre-order price is Php 1,979 on Steam. The Deluxe Pack includes Sunbreak and the Deluxe Kit which also contains various items such as the “Dragonsbane” hunter layered armor set, “C Hound” layered armor set, the “Fluffy Curls” hairstyle, and more. This would cost you more, at a grand total of Php 2,527.74.
Forspoken (Release Date: October 12)
Forspoken is a fantasy role-playing game where players take the role of Frey Holland who was granted magical powers after being sent onto a mysterious world. Frey Holland goes on an adventure to discover more of this mysterious land as well as the sinister theme behind it all.
Make your wish granted by pre-ordering the game on the 12th of October. Pre-order price is Php 3,490, making it one of the most expensive games on this list. The game is rated as “Mature” or “PEGI 18” and the Steam page would ask you of your age. We suggest not buying this game to the young ones due to this rating.
Gotham Knights (Release Date: October 25)
Another normal day in Gotham City. The city is in disarray, has a ridiculously high crime rate, and mass violence. Gotham Knights is an open-world RPG where you could take control of iconic DC characters such as Batgirl, Nightwing, Robin, or Red Hood. Strangely, Batman isn’t available in the promo images but he may be available once the game is out. On Steam, you can pre-order the game for Php 2,500. So if you want to clean up Gotham City like these four would, then they will wait for you on 25th of October. Get your masks on and save the city!
Hogwarts Legacy (Release Date: Holiday 2022, around Christmas Day)
You’re a wizard, Harry! And well… also you on this grand magical fantasy RPG game that takes you into Hogwarts! If you ever dreamed on going to Hogwarts or become a wizard like Harry, then this might be the time to do it. The game has no price listed yet but just like every other game on this list, you can add it to your wishlist so you would be reminded the next time the game actually drops its price. The promo wallpaper and splash art does look cool though.
One notable feature of the game is the in-depth character customization which some of you will definitely spend 99% of your entire game time doing. Thanks to this, you can really feel like you’re in Hogwarts already.
Top-up your Steam Wallet through GCash!
These releases are truly exciting, isn’t it? Well unfortunately they’re not free, and even if they were, Steam would ask you for your payment details anyway. If you wanted to buy a Steam game but you don’t have a credit or debit card, then you’re in luck! GCash makes things easier for you. Best of all, it’s almost instantaneous to register on GCash and you don’t need to fill up unnecessary papers or need a credit card. Just fill in your phone number and you’re ready to go. However, you need to send a valid ID in order to access all of GCash. They call this “activating your account”.
Keep an eye out for Steam sales that happen every holiday and every season! GCash is very rewarding when it comes to these promos. It’s secure, convenient, and easy to do. In addition to that, you can track how much you’ve spent on your GCash account, whether it is topping up Steam credits or paying bills, it’s all available in the Transaction History feature of the app. You can also send money through GCash in case a loved one or your family needs it.
There are a lot of several features of GCash you can discover. Did you know you can also make cashless purchases using the app? Just scan the QR Code where needed or pay through the vendor’s account number!
Never miss out on picking up the newest games on Steam with the GCash app, which is available for download on Google Play and the Apple App Store. Get it now and #PaywithGCash!
How to Top-up on Steam and/or GCash!
Let’s assume you already have GCash set up but you don’t know yet how to set up Steam and add funds, it’s actually quite easy. Create an account (or log in if you have already) and go to account details on the top right corner of your email droplist. From there, you will see a section called Store & Purchase History. There would be a button that says Add funds to your Steam Wallet. Simply click on this button and it will redirect you to a new page.
You should be redirected to a page similar to this. As you can see, the minimum you can top up is Php200. Simply select from any option and then after that, you will be asked what payment method you want to use. From the dropdown list, select GCash and then follow the next prompt.
Simple, right? Alternatively, you can also top-up Steam Credits through the GCash app itself. Log-in to your GCash account and select “View all GCash Services”. From here, scroll down to the “Lifestyle and Shopping” section until you see the “Game Credits” option. Tap on this and you will be redirected to which account you want to top up with. If it’s for your own account, simply click “Next”.
You will be redirected to this page. On the top, simply scroll to the right until you find Steam. Currently, it’s unavailable, and we don’t know if this is only on our account or not. As you can see, you have more options here and you can top up as low as Php 60. Select one of the Steam Wallet codes and then follow the next prompt.