Without PS4, Xbox One or Nintendo Switch, these will be games that you can play right on your PC in 2019.
Resident Evil 2 Remake
After the success of the Resident Evil series, this year Capcom instead of releasing the next version of Resident Evil, they announced a Remake version of the legendary game Resident Evil 2. The player will return to 1998 when the Raccoon City is attacked by a virus called T-virus.
In this version, Capcom has removed rigid rotation control and fixed camera angles. Instead it is a 3rd perspective to give gamers easier control and better shooting. The remake of Resident Evil 2 has a new “realistic photo style” that makes the characters become sharper than ever before and hordes of odd zombies are brought to life with really terrible horror effects. Using Capcom’s exclusive RE Engine graphics technology, Resident Evil 2 Remake will own an extremely beautiful, detailed and lively world with much more beautiful and improved images which look scary than in the previous version.
Developed by id Software, DOOM Eternal is a direct sequel to DOOM (2016), the game has been awarded and best-selling when released. Experience the ultimate combination of speed and power when you smash enemies in your own way; with improvements to create leaps in combat battles push-forward first-person view.
The graphics are supported by the idTech 7 engine and the completely new pulse-pounding soundtrack composed by Mick Gordon, nothing can stop you from controlling DOOM Slayer when blowing old and new demons with powerful weapons powerful in an unprecedented and unimaginable world.
It is known that Onimusha: Warlords is a remake of the original game released on the PlayStation. In the past, Onimusha started and ended on the PlayStation 2, with three main titles and a few spinoffs (along with a game on the web browser that should not to be mentioned). Onimusha: Warlords takes the feudal Japanese context in which you play the role of a warrior using katana, Samanosuke Akechi, to rescue a princess.