Release dates

March 2021 video game release dates

Old games, new platforms.

If you’re after a listing of the biggest March 2021 video game release dates, look no further! You’re certainly in the right place.

Below is a list of the highlights coming to gamers in Australia and New Zealand over this month across Windows PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S & X, PS4, PS5 and Switch. Honestly? Most of this month is old games coming to new platforms.

Yakuza Like a Dragon

2 March 2021 (PS5)
PC PS4 PS5 Xbox One Xbox Series S & X
 

Apex Legends

10 March 2021 (Switch)
PC PS4 PS5 Switch Xbox One Xbox Series S & X
 

Crash Bandicoot 4 It's About Time

12 March 2021 (Switch, PS5, Xbox Series)
PS4 PS5 Switch Xbox One Xbox Series S & X
 

Kingdoms of Amalur Re-Reckoning

16 March 2021 (Switch)
PC PS4 Switch Xbox One
 

Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse

16 March 2021
PS4 Switch Xbox
 

Marvel's Avengers

19 March 2021 (PS5, Xbox Series)
PC PS4 PS5 Switch Xbox One Xbox Series S & X
 

Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville

19 March 2021 (Switch)
PC PS4 Switch Xbox One
 

It Takes Two

26 March 2021
PC PS4 PS5 Xbox One Xbox Series S & X
 

Monster Hunter Rise

26 March February 2021
Switch
 

What are you most looking forward to?

These releases are in addition to March 2021’s Xbox Games With Gold and PlayStation Plus offerings on consoles alongside Epic Games Store March 2021 freebies on PC and Prime Gaming benefits on all platforms (when available).

We’ve also got a listing of Xbox Game Pass March 2021 additions and removals here (when available).

We know we always miss one or two titles, so sound off on what’s been left out, and make us feel stupid! No, seriously. We’ll fix it up if you tell us.

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Steve Wright

Steve's the owner of this very site and an active games journalist for the past ten years. He's a Canadian-Australian gay gaming geek, ice hockey player and fan. Husband to Matt and cat dad to Wally and Quinn.