Just a couple of weeks ago, I highlighted some of the most anticipated games that we’d soon get the chance to play. Today, I’ve got another batch of games that are bound to get you excited.
With that being said, let’s not waste any time and jump into the first game.
Ghost of Tsushima – July 17
Ghost of Tsushima was recently the subject of a preview piece on the site, and I’m certainly excited to get my hands on it.
Sucker Punch has been hard at work on the game since the release of Infamous: First Light. With a vast open-world and a solid mix of stealth and action-oriented gameplay, it looks like Ghost of Tsushima could be their best game yet.
DiRT 5 – October 9
DiRT 5 is a recent announcement, making its first appearance at Xbox’s inaugural Xbox 20/20 Showcase. The event wasn’t received too well online, but DiRT 5 had one of the coolest trailers of the bunch.
DiRT 5 will see racers competing around the world in a number of countries and across a variety of terrain, which can be affected by a newly introduced dynamic weather system, as well as seasons.
Cyberpunk 2077 – November 19
After the astounding success of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the world is eagerly awaiting CD Projekt Red’s latest release.
Set in Night City, a futuristic megacity within California, this first-person RPG features a huge open-world, fast-paced combat scenarios, and even Keanu Reeves.
Having just been delayed once more, the Blade Runner-esque title is set to hit the shelves this November, with more information to be shared in just a few days
Outriders – Holiday 2020
Outriders was a game that flew under my radar at first. But with Square Enix’s newly announced livestreams dedicated to the game, it’s certainly grabbed the attention of myself and many others.
Developed by People Can Fly, the team that originally brought you Bulletstorm and Gears: Judgment, Outriders centres around a collection of humans who were gifted with superpowers after a botched attempt at colonising an alien planet.
Halo Infinite – Holiday 2020
It’s been almost five years since the launch of Halo 5: Guardians. During that time we’ve seen the release of Halo Wars 2 and the revival of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, but no mainline entry. By the time Halo Infinite releases later this year it’ll be the biggest gap between releases since the franchise began in 2001.
There’s still a lot of mystery around Halo Infinite at the moment. All that we’ve seen are two trailers at E3 and the recent tease that 343 Industries shared.
Xbox has confirmed that Halo Infinite will finally be revealed in their July edition of the Xbox 20/20 series, so we’ve definitely got that to look forward to.