Every new big game releasing on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch in March 2020

By Aaron Potter | | 940 |

Okay, the most exciting time of the year has finally arrived. Whereas January and February could easily be classified as warm-up acts, March is the first month of the year where the heavy-hitting Triple-A releases are finally upon us. That means major releases for all three console platforms, whether you’re into colourful anthropomorphic creature sims or blood-drenched first-person shooters that takes you on a ride through hell.

Below we’ll run through every new big game releasing on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch in March 2020, making it easy for you to mark your calendars and appropriately budget for which titles you want to pick up. We’ll even include the best pre—order price after each one, so there’s no excuse not to get a great deal on your preferred game. So, without further ado, let’s get into it…

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX (March 6th)

While 2020 may have been a scarce year so far for enticing Nintendo Directs, January’s Pokémon update surprised everyone with the reveal that the Mystery Dungeon sub-series of games would be making a comeback by way of a remastered collection. Rescue Team DX flips the traditional turn-based Pokémon format by directly casting you as one of the titular cute creatures, who must form a crew and solve a series of randomly generated dungeons to uncover your true purpose. Boasting a new hand-drawn art style, all playable Pokémon under one roof for the first time and mega evolutions, don’t miss out on this delightful spin-off come March 6th.

Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Switch

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX

£37.99

In Stock

  • Came into stock on 31st Mar at 11:02
  • Deal history
    • Came into stock on 31st Mar at 11:02
    • Price decreased from £44.99 to £37.99 on 10th Mar at 05:34
    • Came into stock on 5th Mar at 11:48
    • Went out of stock on 3rd Mar at 10:48
    • Came into stock on 3rd Mar at 01:37
    • Deal first found on 27th Feb at 23:38
    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX

    £37.99

    In Stock

    • Price decreased from £44.99 to £37.99 on 13th Mar at 12:44
  • Deal history
    • Price decreased from £44.99 to £37.99 on 13th Mar at 12:44
    • Deal first found on 5th Mar at 17:42
    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX

    £38.85

    In Stock

    • Price decreased from £39.85 to £38.85 on 23rd Mar at 11:27
  • Deal history
    • Price decreased from £39.85 to £38.85 on 23rd Mar at 11:27
    • Price decreased from £40.85 to £39.85 on 17th Mar at 10:37
    • Price decreased from £41.85 to £40.85 on 10th Mar at 15:43
    • Price increased from £40.85 to £41.85 on 4th Mar at 14:52
    • Price increased from £39.85 to £40.85 on 30th Jan at 16:16
    • Deal first found on 22nd Jan at 18:13

    Ori and the Will of the Wisps (March 11th)

    Originally an early Xbox One exclusive from a tiny indie studio, the first Ori game charmed everyone with its fantastical art style and inventive environments. This 2020 follow-up, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, looks to build upon these core tenants, delivering another challenging but fair metroidvania style adventure set in a vast and exotic world. Players will once again be tasked with guiding little Ori through a litany of fun puzzles, platforming obstacles and bosses, making for an immersive 2D adventure unlike most others.

    Xbox One
    Xbox One

    Ori and The Will of the Wisps

    £19.99

    In Stock

    • Came into stock on 31st Mar at 11:02
  • Deal history
    • Came into stock on 31st Mar at 11:02
    • Price decreased from £24.99 to £19.99 on 11th Mar at 11:49
    • Went out of stock on 9th Mar at 11:11
    • Came into stock on 8th Mar at 01:13
    • Price decreased from £49.99 to £24.99 on 9th Jan at 17:34
    • Deal first found on 22nd Jul at 06:52
    Xbox One
    Xbox One

    Ori and The Will of the Wisps

    £20.85

    In Stock

    • Price decreased from £22.85 to £20.85 on 20th Mar at 11:03
  • Deal history
    • Price decreased from £22.85 to £20.85 on 20th Mar at 11:03
    • Price increased from £20.85 to £22.85 on 19th Mar at 10:55
    • Price decreased from £22.85 to £20.85 on 13th Mar at 16:07
    • Deal first found on 9th Mar at 15:33
    Xbox One
    Xbox One

    Ori and The Will of the Wisps

    £20.95

    In Stock

    • Price decreased from £22.95 to £20.95 1 day 10 hours ago
  • Deal history
    • Price decreased from £22.95 to £20.95 1 day 10 hours ago
    • Came into stock on 11th Mar at 01:19
    • Price increased from £21.95 to £22.95 on 9th Mar at 19:09
    • Price decreased from £44.95 to £21.95 on 8th Jan at 19:42
    • Price decreased from £47.95 to £44.95 on 22nd Oct at 13:20
    • Deal first found on 15th Sep at 20:02

    Nioh 2 (March 13th)

    Fans of the Souls-borne style of action game will absolutely want to check out Nioh 2, Team Ninja’s highly anticipated follow-up to the 2017 cult hit. In it, you play as a lowly Japanese warrior equipped with many mystical powers and creative weaponry. It’s your job to slay all of the merciless demons that are currently plaguing 1500s Japan, upgrading your character and learning to be patient in enemy encounters in this prequel to the original game. Coming exclusively to PS4 on March 13th, there’s no better way to sharpen your swordsman skills in-game.

    PS4
    PS4

    Nioh 2

    £36.99

    In Stock

    • Price increased from £34.99 to £36.99 1 day 20 hours ago
  • Deal history
    • Price increased from £34.99 to £36.99 1 day 20 hours ago
    • Price decreased from £39.99 to £34.99 2 days 20 hours ago
    • Price increased from £34.99 to £39.99 on 30th Mar at 15:06
    • Price decreased from £39.99 to £34.99 on 28th Mar at 23:49
    • Price decreased from £46.85 to £39.99 on 21st Mar at 13:41
    • Deal first found on 16th Feb at 16:59
    PS4
    PS4

    Nioh 2

    £39.85

    In Stock

    • Price decreased from £44.85 to £39.85 on 3rd Apr at 20:56
  • Deal history
    • Price decreased from £44.85 to £39.85 on 3rd Apr at 20:56
    • Price decreased from £46.85 to £44.85 on 31st Mar at 11:29
    • Price decreased from £49.85 to £46.85 on 16th Mar at 14:31
    • Price increased from £44.85 to £49.85 on 12th Mar at 10:58
    • Came into stock on 11th Mar at 19:53
    • Deal first found on 28th Aug at 17:47
    PS4
    PS4

    Nioh 2

    £39.95

    In Stock

    • Price decreased from £42.95 to £39.95 on 26th Mar at 15:23
  • Deal history
    • Price decreased from £42.95 to £39.95 on 26th Mar at 15:23
    • Price decreased from £44.95 to £42.95 on 24th Mar at 21:09
    • Price decreased from £45.95 to £44.95 on 18th Mar at 14:19
    • Came into stock on 13th Mar at 01:35
    • Deal first found on 31st Oct at 14:39

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons (March 20th)

    It seems like Nintendo players have been left clamouring for a true sequel to Animal Crossing: New Leaf on the 3DS for the longest time. Thankfully, the month of March finally remedies that, with New Horizons acting as one of the biggest Nintendo Switch exclusives of the year. Launching towards the ned of the month on March 20th, you’ll be gifted an island in which to explore and forge your very own sense of community. Craft everything from tools to furniture to the very outfits you wear, until eventually you’ll be the inhabitant of your very own island paradise.

    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons Digital Download

    Receive this game as a digital download

    £39.85

    In Stock

    • Deal first found on 4th Apr at 09:20
  • Deal history
    • Deal first found on 4th Apr at 09:20
    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons Digital Download

    Receive this game as a digital download

    £39.99

    In Stock

    • Price decreased from £40.99 to £39.99 2 days 5 hours ago
  • Deal history
    • Price decreased from £40.99 to £39.99 2 days 5 hours ago
    • Price increased from £39.99 to £40.99 on 4th Apr at 22:39
    • Price increased from £38.69 to £39.99 on 31st Mar at 10:32
    • Price decreased from £39.99 to £38.69 on 30th Mar at 16:23
    • Price increased from £38.99 to £39.99 on 28th Mar at 19:01
    • Deal first found on 24th Feb at 10:20
    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons Digital Download

    Receive this game as a digital download

    £42.00

    In Stock

    • Price increased from £41.93 to £42.00 14 hours ago
  • Deal history
    • Price increased from £41.93 to £42.00 14 hours ago
    • Price increased from £41.67 to £41.93 1 day 10 hours ago
    • Price increased from £41.51 to £41.67 2 days 14 hours ago
    • Price decreased from £42.00 to £41.51 on 4th Apr at 23:45
    • Price decreased from £42.46 to £42.00 on 2nd Apr at 13:16
    • Deal first found on 31st Jan at 13:56

    Doom Eternal (March 20th)

    If you thought 2016’s ambitious Doom reboot was violent and excessive, the folks over at Id Software and Bethesda are ready to blow those expectations away with the release of Doom Eternal. Featuring the same “push-forward” combat as before that encourages you to shoot and battle aggressively, this the Doomslayer is forced to take the Hellish fight to Earth as part of a meaty FPS campaign that sees you go head on with all manner of gruesome demons and monsters. Experience the combination of speed, power and tight gunplay when Doom Eternal release on March 20th.

    PS4
    PS4

    Doom Eternal

    £43.85

    In Stock

    • Price decreased from £47.85 to £43.85 on 2nd Apr at 15:48
  • Deal history
    • Price decreased from £47.85 to £43.85 on 2nd Apr at 15:48
    • Price decreased from £49.85 to £47.85 on 29th Mar at 12:15
    • Price increased from £42.85 to £49.85 on 23rd Mar at 14:28
    • Price increased from £41.85 to £42.85 on 19th Mar at 16:57
    • Price decreased from £42.99 to £41.85 on 18th Mar at 16:49
    • Deal first found on 21st Aug at 16:42
    Xbox One
    Xbox One

    Doom Eternal

    £42.85

    In Stock

    • Price decreased from £44.85 to £42.85 on 2nd Apr at 15:48
  • Deal history
    • Price decreased from £44.85 to £42.85 on 2nd Apr at 15:48
    • Price decreased from £49.85 to £44.85 on 29th Mar at 12:15
    • Price increased from £44.85 to £49.85 on 23rd Mar at 14:28
    • Price increased from £42.85 to £44.85 on 23rd Mar at 11:27
    • Price increased from £41.85 to £42.85 on 19th Mar at 16:57
    • Deal first found on 21st Aug at 16:42
    Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo Switch

    Doom Eternal

    £42.95

    Pre-Order

    • Price increased from £40.95 to £42.95 on 20th Mar at 14:35
  • Deal history
    • Price increased from £40.95 to £42.95 on 20th Mar at 14:35
    • Price decreased from £42.95 to £40.95 on 26th Feb at 14:31
    • Price increased from £39.95 to £42.95 on 19th Feb at 01:31
    • Price decreased from £42.95 to £39.95 on 18th Feb at 07:25
    • Deal first found on 15th Sep at 20:02

    Bleeding Edge (March 24th)

    When it was first announced that the creators of Hellblade and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West would be making a multiplayer-centric game, players were understandably sceptical about what the result would be. Luckily, Bleeding Edge promises to be a melee-centric MOBA with real depth, being an Xbox One exclusive that delivers some colourful and dynamic third-person action. Two teams of 4 face off as one of 12 distinct characters, completing objectives while fending off the opposition in a bid to see who’s the best. Is that you? Find out on March 24th when Bleeding Edge fully releases.

    Xbox One
    Xbox One

    Bleeding Edge

    £22.95

    In Stock

    • Price decreased from £24.95 to £22.95 1 day 10 hours ago
  • Deal history
    • Price decreased from £24.95 to £22.95 1 day 10 hours ago
    • Came into stock on 24th Mar at 03:03
    • Price increased from £22.95 to £24.95 on 23rd Mar at 21:01
    • Deal first found on 13th Feb at 15:51
    Xbox One
    Xbox One

    Bleeding Edge

    £24.00

    In Stock

    • Came into stock on 18th Mar at 09:53
  • Deal history
    • Came into stock on 18th Mar at 09:53
    • Went out of stock on 18th Mar at 06:51
    • Came into stock on 11th Mar at 11:00
    • Went out of stock on 7th Mar at 09:06
    • Came into stock on 6th Mar at 11:52
    • Deal first found on 14th Feb at 22:39
    Xbox One
    Xbox One

    Bleeding Edge

    £24.85

    In Stock

    • Came into stock on 20th Mar at 19:43
  • Deal history
    • Came into stock on 20th Mar at 19:43
    • Deal first found on 5th Feb at 19:53

    Persona 5 Royal (March 31st)

    Because 150 hours of Japanese school life and turn-based battles simply weren’t enough, the enhanced version of Persona 5 – known officially as Persona 5 Royal – releases exclusively on PS4 at the end of the month on March 31st. In addition to all the base game content, players that pick this up can look forward to an all-new team member to recruit and an entirely new semester set after the events of the main campaign. Persona 5 Royal is this game’s answer to Persona 4: Golden on the Vita, instantly making it the preferred way to play.

    PS4
    PS4

    Persona 5 Royal

    £22.99

    In Stock

    • Price increased from £5.99 to £22.99 10 hours ago
  • Deal history
    • Price increased from £5.99 to £22.99 10 hours ago
    • Came into stock 10 hours ago
    • Price decreased from £22.99 to £5.99 1 day 2 hours ago
    • Went out of stock on 2nd Apr at 21:12
    • Came into stock on 2nd Apr at 15:06
    • Deal first found on 26th Jul at 15:35
    PS4
    PS4

    Persona 5 Royal

    £24.85

    In Stock

    • Came into stock 9 hours ago
  • Deal history
    • Came into stock 9 hours ago
    • Price decreased from £26.85 to £24.85 on 26th Mar at 18:52
    • Price increased from £21.85 to £26.85 on 30th Dec at 13:11
    • Price decreased from £24.85 to £21.85 on 16th Dec at 11:19
    • Deal first found on 30th Oct at 15:01
    PS4
    PS4

    Persona 5 Royal Launch Edition

    £49.99

    In Stock

    • Came into stock on 27th Mar at 10:58
  • Deal history
    • Came into stock on 27th Mar at 10:58
    • Deal first found on 20th Jan at 12:27

    Aaron Potter

    A fervent word whisperer and lifetime TimeSplitters fanatic, Aaron’s video game obsession started after playing GTA far too young. Since then, he’s tried to put it to good use writing for places like GamesRadar, Kotaku, and now Console Deals.