These Are The Top Games Coming Out This Week (March 19-25, 2018)

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After starting strong with Dragon Ball FighterZ and Monster Hunter: World, the year of 2018 is heating up with big releases. That’s cause spring is the new fall: a time to cram in great games before the deluge of the holidays before Christmas.

Sea of Thieves (March 20 | Xbox One and Microsoft Windows)

The highly anticipated pirate game makes landfall today. Players take on the role of an intrepid buccaneer and engage in co-op action online with friends and strangers to sail the high seas, plunder treasure and do battle with other pirate crews as they aspire to build their legend.

Attack on Titan 2 (March 20 | Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC)

The sequel to the 2018 licensed game promises to make man-eating titans even more terrifying than they already are. New features include an original story mode that is playable in co-op and the opportunity to create your own custom infantry soldier of the Survey Corps.

A Way Out (March 23 | Origin PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4)

This innovative co-op adventure casts you as two convicts on the lam.  As Leo and Vincent, you work together with a friend to outrun the cops and survive. A friend pass feature lets you play A Way Out with only one copy of the game.

Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom (March 23 | PlayStation 4 & PC)

The first Ni No Kuni, Wrath of the White Witch, was beloved on the PlayStation 3. This sequel, set for PC and PS4, takes place hundreds of years later, and follows the story of an exiled boy-king and features a revampled battle system and new kingdom-building elements.

Detective Pikachu (March 23 | Nintendo 3DS)

As an unusually deep-voiced, English-speaking Pikachu, this strange take on one of the most iconic critters of Pokémon has you solving mysteries and finding clues alongside a young boy named Tim to help out other critters in need. 

MLB The Show 18 (March 27 | PlayStation 4)

The latest iteration of the PlayStation exclusive baseball simulation series features a new skill progression system, new players from this year's Hall of Fame nominees and a streamlined system that let's you create custom sessions to get the best of what you like most about baseball.