We have previously talked about the main games of 2018, so now we will look at the most anticipated game projects that will be released over the next few years.
In recent years, several hundred games have been announced in various genres, among which there are both large-scale long-term construction projects from major publishers and equally interesting projects from independent developers. In general, there will be something to play.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a brand new RPG game from CD Project RED. It was originally announced that Cyberpunk 2077 will continue the developer's pursuit of non-linear adult RPGs.
Unfortunately, more than 5 years have passed since the announcement, and we haven't seen a single gameplay video or screenshot, while information about big problems inside the studio began to appear and that the developers have reworked the game from scratch several times.
The credibility of CD Project RED after the great The Witcher is huge and we hope that this year we can see at least one in-game screenshot.
Japanese game designer Hideo Kojima is known as one of the most talented people in the gaming industry who is not afraid to create unusual and exciting projects. No wonder that Kojima is a Genius. Maestro introduced Death Stranding in 2016 and promises that it will provide gamers with a unique experience in both gameplay and storyline.
Well, according to the videos presented, it becomes clear that the plot cannot be understood without powerful psychedelic means: flying whales, children in test tubes and other things for which we love, and some hate Kojima.
Death Stranding release date will be announced until 2020.
The Last of Us Part 2
The first trailer for The Last of Us Part 2 in 2016 was greeted by fans of Sony game consoles with a thunderous ovation: for almost all four minutes of the video, the matured Ellie sings a leisurely country song surrounded by corpses. Mentally and cruel, all in the best traditions of the original.
After the trailer, the developers made an honest admission that there is no need to wait for a release in the near future. After several screenshots and artwork, the developers presented a new trailer in November 2017 and reported that the project was only 50-60% ready.
We are betting on release in the first half of 2020.
Beyond Good & Evil 2
This game has a difficult fate: Beyond Good Evil 2 was presented to the enthusiastic cries of fans in 2008, then 9 years of awkward silence passed and finally in 2017 the developers showed a new trailer and announced a complete change in the scenario and gameplay concept. p>
The plot of Beyond Good and Evil 2 will take place before the events of the first part, so the green-eyed beauty Jade, beloved by the players, will not be seen. The ambitions of the developers are impressive: the ability to explore an entire star system in a spaceship, a non-linear storyline and a cooperative mode.
One can hardly expect the release of such a large-scale project in the next 2 years.
For the once cult developers Bioware, this game can be called the last attempt to prove that the studio can still develop interesting and high-quality projects. Anthem game differs from the usual RPG Bioware and at the announcement positioned itself as a cooperative project like Destiny.
Well, it doesn't sound very inspiring, but the developers were quick to assure that a large-scale plot is also foreseen, for which Drew Karpishin is responsible (surprise!). It was this man who wrote the plot for KotOR and Mass Effect. Hopefully, the loot box scandal has taught Electronic Arts wisdom that they won't bury the game with an obsessive donation.
Anthem's release date is set for early 2019.
System Shock 3
This is a continuation of the series of games that became the progenitors of the Immersive Sim genre, which combined elements of RPG and first-person shooter. The development is led by Warren Spector, known to gamers for Deus Ex, so you can expect a non-linear adventure with an interesting plot.
To date, even an approximate release date is not known, but at the beginning of 2017, Starbreeze studio invested $ 12 million in the game, which gives hope for the release of the game in the next few years.
Ghost of Tsushima
One of the most unexpected game announcements of the last year from SONY is Ghost of Tsushima. The game takes place in the setting of medieval Japan and provides an island of Tsushima that is completely open for exploration. More developers did not share any details, except for the news that the game will have a brutal and adult storyline, which is inspired by the classic samurai sagas.
No release date has been announced, but we hope we can go to virtual Japan next year.
As a child, dreamed of becoming the captain of an intergalactic cruiser? Then you'll love Star Citizen. A huge open world, cutting-edge graphics, procedurally generated planets and a single player campaign with Hollywood actors are just some of what the game has to offer.
The official Star Citizen website has already raised a huge amount of money for the development of the game, but the release date for the new project by Chris Roberts has not yet been announced. However, you can play the beta now to see the scale of the game.
InXile Entertainment successfully crowdfunded the sequel to the post-apocalyptic wasteland role-playing game in 2016. For a year and a half since the announcement, the developers have pleased with only a few screenshots and a gameplay video, while nothing about the release date of Wasteland 3.
In any case, the game is worth waiting for, because now some story missions can be completed in co-op with other players, and you can move around the snowy world of the game by cars.
Resident Evil 2 Remake
The remake was announced in 2015, but since then Capcom has fallen into hibernation. The developers seem to have forgotten about the announcement or decided to focus all their efforts on Reident Evil 7.
The long silence was interrupted by insiders who said that the game has entered an active stage of development and the release of Resident Evil 2 Remake on PC and consoles can be expected in the next 2 years.
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