The prevalent theme this week is Action, thanks to the inclusion of Fire Emblem: Three Houses and Wolfenstein: Youngblood.

The batch releases contain a lot of violent themed games, be it turn-based action of Fire Emblem: Three Houses, the FPS gunplay of Wolfenstein: Youngblood, or the hack and slash with weird weapons of Kill La Kill: If. If you are into killing more nazis after Youngblood, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is also launching later in the week. Turok: Escape From Lost Valley is the last game to be mentioned, a puzzle game without any violent themes.

Turok: Escape From Lost Valley -- July 25

Available on: PC

Avoiding danger in Turok

An isometric adventure game with inspiration from the original comics of Turok. It is nowhere near as violent as something like Turok: Evolution, a shooter. However, you would still have to move quickly through the battlefield to escape dangerous monsters that would like to gobble you up.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses -- July 26

Available on: Switch

Fire Emblem: Three Houses' turn-based gameplay

Putting more focus on turn-based combat arts than the usual triangle of weapons from the previous installments. Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the most anticipated Nintendo Switch exclusive of July. Outside of the battlefield, you will be given the control of troops from one of the three aforementioned houses, equipping weapons and armors, leveling and assign stats and skills… the usual JRPG gig.

Kill La Kill: If -- July 26

Available on: PS4, PC, Switch

Protagonist Ryuko Matoi

Based on the popular Trigger Anime Kill La Kill – in Kill La Kill: If you get to play as various characters from the series like Satsuki Kiryuin or Ryuko Matoi, in an original cel-shaded art style.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood -- July 26

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch

The two protagonists of the game

July is bringing us another sequel to the Wolfenstein Franchise – a shooter starring the twin daughters of the previous Wolfenstein hero BJ Blazkowicz. The main story is about the two daughters trying to find BJ in an occupied Paris with the help of the French Resistance. The best thing is the game can be played in Coop, with each player control one of the twins.

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot -- July 26

Available on: PS4, PC

Riding giant machines of war

The other Wolfenstein game is a VR experience set in the alternative settings of the 80s French Revolution. The gameplay of Cyberpilot includes taking over giant machines of war and shoot nazis with it. With the help of VR technology, you will be able to experience first hand the actions from the cockpit of a giant robot.