While we are still waiting for the launch events of the two hottest consoles of the moment, we can deal with the games. The PS5 is still hiding a lot of things, the Xbox Series X on the other hand is not holding anything. Many titles are expected to be announced, but let’s talk about those that have so far, at least, been confirmed as part of the platform.
Not much is known about it yet, but there is talk of an Open World version and Master Chief continues to be the protagonist. 343 Industries are using the new Slipspace engine so the game looks amazing.
Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II
Surprise for everyone because in the previous game Senua had a very clear end, but the new trailer which, among other things, gave us all the date, brings it back to attention once again. There is no clear launch date.
The most anticipated game of the decade, created by the same developers of Witcher 3, an RPG that takes place in the future, with the extraordinary participation of Keanu Reevs.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Just a few days after the trailer came out and we still haven’t calmed down from the Viking fever. Eivor on the attack on England, axes and ships. For a more detailed study click here.
Watch Dogs Legion
From the trailer the game looks in the same philosophy as the first 2, hacking, parkour, shooting in an openworld full of bad corporations.
Rainbow Six Quarantine
A word more than heard these days, this time quarantine by Tom Clancy puts in front of our protagonists a new alien form which infects humanity. Much more sci-fi but the essence of the game remains strategy and collaboration.
Shooter games continue to be among the most popular. A team set out to find another home for humanity, but no one cared that the opposite would be the case. People Can Fly have previously developed Gears of War 2, 3 and Judgment to their CV promises pretty much.
Dying Light 2
Parkour and zombies, that’s enough to get everyone’s attention. While there is plenty of material from the gameplay, the game itself needs some technical adjustments which has caused it to be delayed.
Fans of racing games enjoy it as the special thrill of the FIA World Rally Championship will be embodied under the WRC 9. The initial footage of the game shows a new track in New Zealand, more still is unknown as the game is still in testing.