Poll: What's Your Most Anticipated Game Release for March 2018?

By Mark Delaney, 9 months ago
Happy Friday TA! Last week's poll asked our community to pick a side: PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds or Fortnite Battle Royale. After a week of voting and debate, the winner is . . . neither! As expected the TA community's majority vote was one of no confidence for either title (47.19%). If you're only curious who came out on top of the head-to-head, the winner there is PUBG (27.34%) over Fortnite (18.88%). Another nearly 7% of us not only like battle royale games but enjoy both of them!

This week's poll is the first of the month and thus we again look at our release calendar. For a few years now, March has remained a busy month for video game releases. The cynic may point to the fact that many publishers' fiscal years end in March, so this makes for the dumping ground for games they needed to get out no later than now. The optimist may instead look at it as a mini-November of sorts, offering many promising looking AAA titles, in addition to our regular stream of indies.

The always-splitscreen A Way Out is due out this monthThe always-splitscreen A Way Out is due out this month

With Microsoft's biggest new IP, the latest Far Cry, and a trio of major remasters among other March releases just around the corner, it's time again to put on our creepy Resident Evil 4 merchant attire and ask: what are ya buyin'? Sound off in this week's poll!
What's your most anticipated game release for March 2018?
  • A Way Out10.29% (114)
  • Assassin's Creed Rogue Remastered5.78% (64)
  • Burnout Paradise Remastered9.3% (103)
  • The Darwin Project0.9% (10)
  • Devil May Cry HD Collection1.62% (18)
  • Far Cry 539.8% (441)
  • Sea of Thieves21.3% (236)
  • Other11.01% (122)
We've had 1108 responses.
Mark Delaney
Written by Mark Delaney
Mark is a Boston native now living in Portland, Oregon. He's the Editorial Manager on TA, loves story-first games, and is the host of the community game club TA Playlist. Outside of games he likes biking, sci-fi, the NFL, and spending time with his family. He almost never writes in the third person.