Upcoming Roguelite Games For This Week: October 24-30, 2022

The roguelite genre heats up both in quality and quantity as the Holiday Season draws near! You wouldn’t want to miss this episode!


Hello, roguemates! Cerebro here from roguelites.com and this week continues the hot streak from last week as we have 15 roguelite games coming out this week, so let’s begin right away!

Starting us off this week is Eraser, a 3D bullet heaven roguelite.

Take on the role of a soldier capable of facing the most dangerous enemies, improving your skills to increase the chances of victory.

Play on different maps encountering unique enemies and bosses. Carnage lots of enemies to get more money which can be used to buy new weapons, improve your skills and unlock unique characters.

It’s kill or be killed when Eraser launches on October 24.

One of the more aesthetic games releasing this week is I See Red, a 3D twin-stick shooter roguelite.

Gunfights are fast-paced, so learn to adapt your strategies to your opponents and develop a destructive fighting style.

The visuals aren’t really the best, but what stands out is the red and white aesthetic which looks very neat to look at.

Take justice into your own hands when I See Red launches on all current-gen platforms on October 24.

Do you enjoy the rewarding gameplay of Bullet Heaven games and played the hell out of MMORPGs with your friends? Then worry not, because MIGHT’N MOW’EM, the MMORPG Bullet Heaven Roguelite, got you covered!

Mow thousands of enemies with an ever-growing arsenal of weapons and magic either solo or with friends. Classes, upgrades, ultimates, quests, and group buffs add a rewarding metagame to a dopamine-filled core loop.

Satisfy your bloodlust when MIGHT’N MOW’EM launches on October 24.

Embark on an epic road trip around the USA in The Van Game, a retro-styled adventure roguelite.

Inspired by the classic “Oregon Trail”, your mission is to discover over a dozen national parks while surviving encounters with police, Crazy Karens, and fellow travelers.

Play 7 different mini-games, manage your resources to stay on the road, contract over 12 diseases, and try to keep your crew happy… and I’m not kidding about that “diseases” part. It says so on their Steam page.

A groovy adventure awaits you when The Van Game launches on October 24.

Defend your farm from an invasion of evil pumpkins in this spooky casual bullet heaven roguelite, Deadly Harvest!

Your New England farm is overrun by mobs of creepy creatures, and it’s up to you to defend your village and survive the fight against the legendary Headless Horseman himself.

Gain levels to upgrade your weapons, collect gold to power up your character between attempts, and see if you can uncover the secret to banishing the Horseman back to the underworld for good.

Get into the spirit of Halloween when Deadly Harvest launches on October 25.

Developer and publisher Ludokultur has prepared a trailer for WikiArena that is better appreciated if played without narration, so I’ll step aside for the remainder of the video. WikiArena launches on October 25.

Explore the mysteries of a magical world in Artifacts of Eyru, a sci-fi, dungeon-diving, first-person roguelite.

Play as a Warlock, Tinker, Wizard, or Pirate as you delve into 6 distinct dungeons of Eyru and claim powerful artifacts as you attempt to understand what the mysterious Cult of Nuada is up to.

All upgrades and unlocks are shared between classes, so play them all to experience the full story!

The whole world of Eyru awaits you when Artifacts of Eyru launches on October 26.

Dance to the beat in Rhythm Stones, a 1-button 3D rhythm roguelite.

Your objective is simple: cross the moving stepping stones to the beat using any button, but be warned: the stepping stones move in various types of 3D space; flat, cylindrical, spherical, and random!

Keep your head boppin’ when Rhythm Stones launches on October 26.

One of the best FPS roguelites ever is coming to Xbox Game Pass, the 3D first-person shooter roguelite Gunfire Reborn.

Choose among a selection of heroes with various abilities to experience diverse gameplay and use various weapons to explore procedurally-generated levels.

Play solo or up to four players in co-op mode.

Originally launching on the PC way back in 2021, Gunfire Reborn has found a new home on Xbox Series X and S and Xbox One when the game launches on the Xbox Game Pass on October 27.

Explore a mysterious mansion floor by floor in Paper Cut Mansion, a 3D survival horror roguelite.

Play as Toby, a police detective arriving at a mysterious old mansion. Explore the mansion floor by floor as you seek to unravel the story behind this bizarre place, with each run giving you the opportunity to collect another piece of evidence to be added to your Evidence Board.

With a variety of enemies, clues, quests, secrets, loot, and compelling logic puzzles scattered throughout the mansion, there is always something intriguing to discover on each run.

The graphics, gameplay, and plot look to be on point, and the game looks to be very promising, so color me intrigued when Paper Cut Mansion launches on October 27.

Explore the secrets hidden in the deepest part of a mysterious dungeon in Stonegeon, a 2D roguelite dungeon crawler.

Collect map resources that appear in specific dungeons and materials dropped by monsters to make new items and equipment.

Make healing potions, sharp swords, and sturdy armor in order to advance to the deeper dungeons. Of course, better pickaxes can be made to mine ore faster.

Will you be able to venture into the deepest part of the dungeon to unlock the long-sealed secret? Find out when Stonegeon launches on October 27.

Wreak havoc on countless foes with mighty weapons and deadly spells in Army of Ruin, a 3D bullet heaven roguelite.

Guide legendary heroes and use their unique skills in order to defeat the Armies of Evil. Get hold of a deadly arsenal capable of slaying hundreds of enemies in seconds, and you may have a shot at defeating the fearsome Army Generals!

Level up your skills between missions and test new combinations as you keep earning rewards, unlock new equipment to become even more powerful, and face the hardest quests.

Hundreds of challenges await you when Army of Ruin launches on October 28.

Help two would-be astronauts and scrappers fumble their way through space, desperately searching for a way home in Astral Flux, a 2D platformer roguelite.

Travel to the far reaches of distant dimensions and explore ancient alien ruins. Come face to face with the terrifying beauty of otherworldly creatures and upgrade your skills and abilities along the way.

The retro-style look, along with modern lighting and post-processing makes for clean, unique-looking visuals that are so pleasant to the eyes.

Will they finally be able to return home? Find out when Astral Flux launches on October 28.

Its pixel art visuals meet modern gameplay ideas in Live by the Sword: Tactics, an isometric turn-based tactics roguelite.

Set after the fall of the land, you control two brothers who must traverse the kingdom to stop it from falling back into the darkness of conflict.

Characters do not gain experience points and you cannot collect overpowered equipment to bypass difficult fights easily. Instead, you must become more skilled to achieve victory.

Originally launching in Early Access on the PC back in 2021, Live by the Sword: Tactics will now fully launch not only on the PC but on the Xbox and Nintendo Switch consoles as well on October 28.

The last game this week is Freedom Drive, a top-down racing bullet hell roguelite.

Survive the Onslaught of deadly vehicles and environments, and unlock new, faster, stronger, or stranger vehicles to aid you in your mission for Freedom.

Start your engines when Freedom Drive launches on October 29.

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