?️Upcoming City Building games in 2022 by Indie and small developers for PC Best new strategy games


Discover and learn about new city-building strategy games coming to PC in late 2021 and 2022. There is a wide range of independent developers and small studios making these games in modern, ancient, fantasy and sci-fi environments . Here are some of the best upcoming strategy games, gameplay included where applicable. Almost all of them are new IPs and some of them offer revolutionary new game mechanics, while there is a remaster for fans of this subgenre who will be delighted: Pharaoh: А New Era. ⭐ MORE STRATEGY GAMES TO COME⭐ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRYGjguAn0CGWQhD9HzPzC_PJMd2XWWKj ☕ —Buy Me A Coffee (donate) —☕ https://www.buymeacoffee. com/perafilozof ?– – Follow me on Twitter —? https://twitter.com/perafilozof_YT List of games in this video: Chapters 0:00 Showcase 0:35 Highrise city 1:26 Power to the People 2 :31 Urbek 3:35 Farthest Frontier 4:38 Lowpolis 5:37 Terra Nil 6:40 Pharaoh: А New Era 7:29 Complex SKY 8:36 Lakeside 9:37 Make your Kingdom 10:44 Scorchlands 11:42 Kainga 12: 38 World Turtles 13:41 City of Atlantis 14:44 Even more games! ? Guest Host: Ash ? Highrise City is the next evolution of City Builders. Create cities of up to one million people with over 30,000 buildings and countless people walking the streets. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1489970/Highrise_City/ ?Power to the People – Build and maintain a power grid for an ever-growing population, while battling all kinds of disasters in this exciting resource management experience . https://store.steampowered.com/app/1413370/Power_to_the_People/ ?Urbek is a city building game where you can build your own neighborhoods: from the nightlife district to the industrial district while managing natural resources. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1411740/Urbek/ ?Farthest Frontier is a medieval city builder with wilderness survival and crafting all the goods your citizens need with environmental interaction, diseases and a detailed agricultural system. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1044720/Farthest_Frontier/ ?LowPolis is a friendly paced city building game where you become the leader of a rising community. Start with a handful of resources and pave your way to a truly majestic kingdom! https://store.steampowered.com/app/1283100/LowPolis ?Terra Nil is a reverse city builder about rebuilding the ecosystem. Turn an arid wasteland into an ecological paradise with different flora and fauna. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1593030/Terra_Nil/ ?Pharaoh: A New Era revives the classic with a graphical remaster in 4K HD, a modernized user interface, full content from the original game and its Cleopatra add-on , and a full map and mission editor. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1351080/Pharaoh_A_New_Era/ ?Complex SKY, a futuristic city-building game set in a devastated post-environment world where you take advantage of vertical space while automating complex chains of materials and research. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1549600/Complex_SKY/ ?Build and manage a quiet lakeside town or develop it into a picturesque city-state in this side-scrolling city builder with hybrid mechanics. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1552220/LakeSide/ ?Make Your Kingdom is a city building game where you have to survive, grow and improve your colony. Become the leader of a whole new kingdom! Find a way to win favor with the people by satisfying their needs. https://store.steampowered.com/app/964020/Make_Your_Kingdom ?Scorchlands is a city builder where you terraform and colonize a new planet, performing powerful rituals that can reshape the world. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1090100/Scorchlands/ ?Kainga Seeds of a Civilization. is a roguelike city builder set in an ancient world, filled with unexpected surprises and original events. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1269710/Kainga/ ?Build buildings, harvest resources, allocate and prioritize tasks, research and develop, and cooperate with other Meeps on the back of a giant turtle . https://store.steampowered.com/app/1512050/World_Turtles/ ?City of Atlantis is an isometric city-building survival game set in the mythical world of Atlantis. This time, you decide. Build, plan, upgrade and survive! https://store.steampowered.com/app/1577230/City_of_Atlantis/#Citybuilding#NewPCgames#IndieGames.



  1. Finally, Ecological considerations start to enter the (virtual) reality of games. Infinite growth on a finite planet is impossible. Sadly too many management games train you to expand, expand and see nature as a commodity, instead of our source of life. So bravo for the new ideas.

  2. You remind me a lot of what GamerZakh does and I love it – with so many games on the market right now I'm pretty sure none of You is able to catch ALL of them, so that's an instant subscription from me! Awesome stuff 🙂

  3. I like city builders to an extent, but feels like almost everyone popping out is pretty much same thing… Only thing sets some them aside was if they have combat or not and graphics level. Personally, I don't care for that block design, i'll ain too the hexa placement designs far more as I find them a lot more intuitive on design. I do love city builder types like how FO4 did, even with it's crap tastic glitches and having use bugs to make some the most complex designs (not counting mods). I'd love see more City builders with full 3D interaction like what FO4 did, but obviously more thought on things since that was mostly meant for the shooter aspect then city types. Some mods could turn FO4 into a fantastic city builder and even give life to the settlers. I know it's possible, I've seen some solo people make lower poly versions for the building part at least. Since most these games have small teams, they could expand on those and make Higher res ones with active settlers instead of being lone wolfs.

  4. This is a fantastic collection of upcoming city-builders!
    I know firsthand how much work goes into putting together compilation videos like this. EXCELLENT JOB! Keep up the great work! ?


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