The Biggest Announcements From Devolver Direct 2020

The folks at Devolver Digital doubled down on their Devolver Direct today with the “Devolverland Expo” on Steam and a wealth of game announcements. Catch up on the highlights with our recap of the event.

Devolverland Expo

A first-person “marketing simulator,” Flying Wild Hog Rzeszów’s Devolverland Expo takes place within an abandoned convention center that is in this unfortunate state due to the annual Devolver Digital game expo being mysteriously canceled.

Attendees are tasked with breaking into the convention center and avoiding the advanced security systems to retrieve and watch remnants of promotional videos and gameplay trailers from everything slated to feature in the Devolver Direct. Other secrets that were lost in the expo’s cancellation can also be found.

Pay a visit on Steam for free here.

Shadow Warrior 3

Lo Wang returns once again in Shadow Warrior 3. Both he and his former employer turned nemesis turned sidekick Orochi Zilla will embark on a mission to recapture an ancient dragon unwillingly unleashed from its eternal prison.

The title will launch in 2021.


Telling Faraday’s story about how he was shipwrecked and then trapped in the mysterious country of Terraphage, Olija tasks players with leaving this hostile area in an attempt to return to their homeland.

The title will come out for the Nintendo Switch and PC in Fall of 2020.

Fall Guys

Get ready to battle bizarre obstacles, fight through unruly competitors, and overcome the unbending laws of physics in Fall Guys. As players try their best to avoid elimination and humiliation, they can throw their dignity to the wind and gear up for failure in their quest for the crown.

The title will come out on August 4 for the PlayStation 4 and PC.


Dubbed “a reverse horror game,” Carrion has players assuming the role of an amorphous creature of unknown origin. Along the way, players will stalk and consume all those that have imprisoned you as you strike panic and fear throughout its facility.

The game will come out on July 23, 2020 for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC.

Serious Sam 4

Starting in August, it’s time for players to get serious in Serious Sam 4. Sam “Serious” Stone and his squad of misfit commandos will take on the full force of Mental’s hordes in this prequel to the series.

The game will come out for the PC and Google Stadia.


An online & local multiplayer dungeon crawler, Blightbound tasks three heroes with venturing down from their mountain refuge to face the abominations of a mysterious and corrupting fog known as the Blight. Along the way, players will explore handcrafted dungeons, fight mystical and monstrous enemies, nab valuable loot, and expand your roster through the recovery of fallen heroes.

The game will launch on July 29, 2020 in Steam Early Access.

Weird West

An immersive sim from the co-creators of Prey and Dishonored, Weird West tasks players with surviving and unveiling the mysteries of the Weird West via the intertwined destinies of its unusual heroes.

The game will launch in 2021.

Source: Press Release
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