The biggest games unveiled during the Annapurna Showcase

INDIE publisher Annapurna recently featured a series of games to follow up on Stray’s recent success.

Here are our top picks of games worth keeping an eye out for in the future.

The Lost Wild is a brand new game announced during the showcase

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The Lost Wild is a brand new game announced during the showcasePhoto credit: Annapurna Interactive

Cardboard Computer makes a new game

We haven’t seen much of Cardboard Computer’s next game, but anything that follows Kentucky Route Zero is worth keeping an eye out for.

In a video with the studio, we saw how 3D models were designed and developed for the upcoming game.

There was a dog model that was animated with input from the developer’s face.

The team said that while Kentucky Route Zero was a tragedy, they hope the new game will be a comedy.

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Outer Wilds is coming to current generation consoles

In 2019, Outer Wilds was released to critical and commercial success.

The developers wanted to reassure fans that the port for Nintendo Switch is still under development.

Although this port has not yet been released, the team announced two new versions.

Outer Wilds will be released on September 15th on Xbox Series X/S and PS5.

Those who own the game on previous generation consoles can upgrade for free.

Solar Ash is coming to Game Pass

Solar Ash is the sequel and spiritual successor to 2016’s Hyper Light Drifter.

While it was previously a PlayStation console exclusive, two new versions have been announced.

First, it will come to Steam on December 6th.

Although no specific date has been given, it will also be available on Xbox consoles this winter, including for Game Pass.

What Remains of Edith Finch is getting an upgrade

What Remains of Edith Finch is still one of Annapurna’s most successful games.

During the presentation, it was announced that there will be a 4K resolution and 60fps upgrade of the game for the latest generation of consoles.

The game is now available for both PS5 and Xbox series consoles.

Those who own the last generation console versions can also upgrade for free.

Upcoming dinosaur survival horror game

The Lost Wild is a new game announced by the publisher, set on a Jurassic Park-style island.

Players only have to survive guided by the voice on the radio.

No release date has been announced, but The Lost Wild is now wishlisting on Steam, with console versions to be announced at a later date.

Keita Takahashi is developing a new game

The developer behind Katamari Damacy and Nobby Nobby Boy has revealed a new game.

While only a teaser was shown, the title will be Uvula.

In the teaser, we saw a boy sleeping with his dog and a close-up of the boy’s oral punching bag.

Everything is animated in Takahashi’s cute, unique and whimsical style.

Growing up as a cat person

Dreamfeel, the developer of If Found, has announced a new game.

Set in a fictionalized version of Ireland, all characters are human-like cats.

It will be another storytelling adventure about finding your community.

Solar Ash will be available through Xbox Game Pass

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Solar Ash will be available through Xbox Game PassPhoto credit: Annapurna Interactive

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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