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Top Video Games and Release Dates for March 2022

It feels like I say this every month, but March 2022 is another huge month for new releases. This month packs motorsport, some hectic gunplay, looting, and supernatural threats aplenty!

We’re talking specifically about games including the driving sim Gran Turismo 7, horror western Weird West, shooters Ghostwire: Tokyo and Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, plus Kirby, the pink puffball makes a comeback on the Nintendo Switch.

Find all of this and more as we delve into the top video games of March 2022, along with release dates for all noteworthy games launching throughout the month.

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1. Gran Turismo 7

Gran Turismo is a staple of every PlayStation system, and the series returns this month with another rich and fully featured driving simulation. Gran Turismo 7 offers over 420 cars, from classic motors to bleeding-edge supercars, all brought to life in stunning detail. Each handles differently and feels unique as you navigate more than 90 track routes with dynamic weather conditions.

Whether you’re a competitive or casual racer or just a virtual car collector, there’s a game mode to match. Buy, tune and race your way through the rewarding solo campaign, go head-to-head online with racers from around the globe and join an international community of drivers to share your love for everything on four wheels.

Platforms: PlayStation
Release date: March 4

2. Ghostwire: Tokyo

Ghostwire: Tokyo is a first-person action/horror game that ditches guns in favour of supernatural abilities for vanquishing foes. The population of Tokyo has disappeared, and the streets are now brimming with paranormal creatures and spirits from Japanese folklore. You play as Akito, a young survivor who pairs with the ghost of a rugged detective to fight through the city and save the people of this once bustling metropolis.

Players explore the streets, skyscrapers, and deep dark alleyways using a mix of stealth and devastating combat to cleanse, banish, and destroy. Progression unlocks newfound powers to suit your playstyle as you fight to the supernatural, attempting to hand Shibuya back to the living.

Platforms: PC, PS5
Release date: March 25

3. Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Borderlands fans will find a lot to like about Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. This co-op, action RPG borrows many elements from the popular shooter but replaces the gazillions of guns with whimsy, wonder and a different type of high-powered weaponry.

Players create their multiclass hero in this first-person adventure and loot, shoot, slash through outlandish monsters and dungeons. There’s a vast overworld leading to majestic cities, dank mushroom forests, foreboding fortresses, and more. Plus, you’ll be levelling up, expanding an arsenal and learning spells along the way. The humorous adventure that is Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is taken up a notch when you consider the voice cast. We’re talking Will Arnett, Andy Samberg and Wanda Sykes, to name a few.

Platforms: PC, PlayStation, Xbox
Release date: March 25

4. Shadow Warrior 3

Drawing heavy inspiration from DOOM Eternal, Shadow Warrior 3 is a fast-paced first-person arena shooter where players “conduct a symphony of death” by mixing heavy firepower with devastating katana strikes to obliterate the demonic hordes.

Lo Wang returns for a third round of mayhem, now partnering with former nemesis Orochi Zilla on a mission to recapture a dragon and return it to the eternal prison. Armed with both blades and bullets, you will traverse the unknown to push back the impending apocalypse.

Wall run, double jump and dash through neo-feudal Japan and cackle at the many dick jokes along the way. His name is Wang, after all.

Platforms: PC, PlayStation, Xbox
Release date: March 1

5. Weird West

Weird West is a dark fantasy reimagining of the wild west where lawmakers and gunslingers share the frontier with otherworldly creatures. The action RPG features a series of intertwined high-stakes adventures through a world that reacts to the choices you make.

Everything within the fantastical world is yours to be manipulated. Use stealth to infiltrate an outlaw hideout or go guns-blazing. Built relationships with townsfolk or paint the town red for the fun of it. Just know that every choice you make has consequences. And yes, one playable character is a werewolf.

Weird West comes from WolfEye Studios, which features talent who previously worked on Dishonored and Prey. WolfEye’s debut title is Red Dead meets Lovecraft, and it’s one to keep an eye on. Weird West is included in Game Pass from day one.

Platforms: PC, PlayStation, Xbox
Release date: January 11

6. Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Nintendo Switch owners receive some love in the form of a shiny, new Kirby game. The popular pink puffball returns in Kirby and the Forgotten Land, a new 3D platformer set in a mysterious world brimming with the ruins of a past civilisation. The game carries serious Super Mario vibes and has players exploring diverse landscapes, eating and copying enemy attacks and saving cute critters from the ferocious Beast Pack.

Bring a friend along, and they take a support role as Bandana Waddle Dee, a monkey-like companion who assists in combat and collecting items. Kirby and the Forgotten Land looks to scratch that platforming itch and should help keep you busy until Nintendo unveils Mario’s next adventure.

Platform: Switch
Release date: March 25

7. Tunic

Tunic wears Zelda influences on its sleeve, chest, legs and everywhere in between. In this isometric action game, you play as a cute little fox stranded on a mysterious beach. Then, move beyond the sand to explore a hostile and intricately-connected world of shady forests, sprawling ruins, and labyrinthine catacombs while confronting ferocious monsters and colossal beasts.

The land is filled with puzzles, powerful items and long lost secrets. Upgrade your skillset as you progress through this classic Zelda-like that looks far more challenging than what you would expect from a title about a small fox on a big adventure.

Platforms: PC, Xbox
Release date: March 16

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March 2022 Video Game Release Dates

  • Elex II (PC, PS5, PS4, XSX/S, XB1) – March 1
  • Far: Changing Tides (PC, PS5, PS4, XSX/S, XB1, Switch) – March 1
  • Little Orpheus (PC, PS5, PS4, XSX/S, XB1, Switch) – March 1
  • Shadow Warrior 3 (PC, PS4, XB1) – March 1
  • Babylon’s Fall (PC, PS5, PS4) – March 3
  • Gran Turismo 7 (PS5, PS4) – March 4
  • Triangle Strategy (Switch) – March 4
  • Have A Nice Death (PC) – March 8
  • SpellForce 3 Reforced (PS5, PS4, XSX/S, XB1) – March 8
  • WWE 2K22 (PS5, PS4, XSX/S, XB1) – March 8
  • Distant Worlds 2 (PC) – March 10
  • Workshop Simulator (PC, PS4, XB1) – March 10
  • hack//G.U. Last Recode (Switch) – March 11
  • GTA 5 (PS5, XSX/S) – March 15
  • GTA Online (PS5, XSX/S) – March 15
  • Tunic (PC, XSX/S, XB1) – March 16
  • Persona 4 Arena Ultimax (PC, PS4, Switch) – March 17
  • This Means Warp (PC) – March 17
  • WRC 10 (Switch) – March 17 (Europe)
  • Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin (PC, PS5, PS4, XSX/S, XB1) – March 18
  • Who Pressed Mute on Uncle Marcus? (PC, PS4, XB1, Switch, iOS) – March 18
  • Rune Factory 5 (Switch) – March 22
  • Expedition Zero (PC) – March 24
  • The Ascent (PS5, PS4) – March 24
  • GhostWire: Tokyo (PC, PS5) – March 25
  • Kirby and the Forgotten Land (Switch) – March 25
  • Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands (PC, PS5, PS4, XSX/S, XB1) – March 25
  • Crusader Kings 3 (PS5, XSX/S) – March 29
  • In Nightmare (PS5, PS4) – March 29
  • WRC 10 (Switch) – March 29 (USA)
  • Death Stranding Director’s Cut (PC) – March 30
  • Coromon (PC, Switch) – March 31
  • FixFox (PC) – March 31
  • Weird West (PC, PS4, XB1) – March 31
  • Kaiju Wars (PC) – March TBA

General FAQ

What games are coming out in March 2022?

March is a massive month with the release of Gran Turismo 7, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, Shadow Warrior 3, Weird West, Kirby and the Forgotten Land, Tunic and the next-gen version of GTA V, to name a few.

Is Triangle Strategy Octopath 2?

No. Triangle Strategy is a brand new RPG from SQUARE ENIX. It features the same visual style and 2D cross 3D animation. But the story, characters and locations are all brand new. Fans of Octopath Traveller will want to check out Triangle Strategy when it launches on March 4, 2022.

Is Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League delayed?

According to recent reports, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is delayed until 2023. The game was scheduled for 2022, and its official Twitter account still reads this year. We’ll have to wait for an official update from developer Rocksteady or publisher WarnerMedia.


Michael Vane

Michael Vane is an experienced journalist, copywriter and content creator who has produced fun and informative content for Man of Many since 2016. Specialising in gaming, technology and entertainment reporting, Michael is extremely adept at navigating new technologies and providing reviews on the latest releases. He possesses a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and Media Studies from Griffith University, and his work has been featured in publications such as Game Informer, Pilot, Wine Selectors and PowerUp!, to name a few.