Everything Revealed in the Annapurna Interactive Showcase

Players got a peek at a number of new titles along with updates on ports for others already out at the Annapurna Interactive Showcase on Thursday, July 28.

Here is everything shown during the showcase:

Thirsty Suitors 

Thirsty Suitors got a new gameplay trailer showcasing the game’s unique combat. The game is listed as ‘coming soon’ on Steam. It will launch on PlayStation and Xbox consoles in addition to PC. A demo is out now on Steam.


Hindsight will release on PC, Nintendo Switch and iOS on August 4.

New title by Cardboard Computer

No other details, just that a title is coming from the developer of Kentucky Route Zero.

Bounty Star: The Morose Tale of Graveyard Clem

New game from Dinogod that include mech fighting, farming and base building all in one. It’ll release in 2023 on PC along with PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

New title by Yarn Owl 

No details, but the publisher announced a partnership with the new studio.

Update coming to Outer Wilds 

The publisher announced a delay on the Nintendo Switch port of the game. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X ports will launch Sept. 15 with free upgrades from owners of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox One version of the game.

Forever Ago 

We got a first look at Forever Ago, a game following an elderly man on a road trip.


A beautiful game about collecting new friends was revealed with Flock. Releasing on PC along with PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

New title by Uvula 

New title by Dreamfeel

We got a look at a new cat game. Cat. Game.

The Lost Wild

Survival and dinosaurs? I’m in. The Lost Wild is confirmed for PC but no word on when.


Hohokum is available now on PC via Steam.

What Remains of Edith Finch

The next gen port of the game is out now in 4K and 6 FPS. Free upgrades for owners of last gen.

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