You think that 2019 had some good games? Wait till you see the list of what’s coming out in 2020.
While we have tried our best to make sure that the list is accurate and up to date, please do let us know in the comments if we have missed anything important. I say important as there will be tons of games, we’re reporting on the ones we think you will be excited about!
ORI AND THE WILL OF THE WISPS:
Sequel to the much loved Ori and the blind forest will be coming out on Xbox one and PC on February 11th 2020
E3 2019’s demo of the game gave us a brief look at some of the game play mechanics, bosses and combat system.
The Last of Us Part 2:
I personally didn’t get to play part 1 until after the remastered version came out, but I must say I saw what the hype was all about, wow, what a game!
Part 2 has seen numerous delays that personally I can forgive if it means a much more polished end result. At the end of the day, they are delaying profit too, so there must have been good reason to keep delaying the release.
We have been teased with small trailers in brief glimpses of the game since 2016 so it’s safe to say Naughty dog won’t have any problems seeing this one fly off the shelves.
Final Fantasy VII Remake:
FFVII seems to be the clear fan favorite, so it was no big surprise to find out it’s being remade.
It’s been almost a decade since fans first got word of a potential remake, and the release will only see a section of the remake coming out, with other parts following sometime after.
The game has had its combat mechanics remade too and will now be more action focused rather than turn based. Personally, I think this was a bad choice and would rather have kept the turn-based system, let us know your thoughts on this.
Sadly, we don’t know the exact release date, just that it will be a 2020 game release.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2:
With the first game being release way back in 2004 I have personally long awaited a sequel to this game.
Your very existences sparks a war in the Seattle blood trade where you must choose sides and use your cunning to survive.
Rainbow Six Quarantine:
Announced at Ubisoft’s E3 2019 press conference the game is a 3 player co-op game where you must work together to fight deadly parasites.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a game that’s been causing a lot of controversies recently due to transgender posters and claims of racism, we have covered some of this news on our Cyberpunk 2077 hub.
Whilst people have been waiting a long time for it’s release Cyberpunk has already had some pretty bad press regarding it’s playable demo and Rock, paper shotgun’s founder saying Cyberpunks creator made “A Bad Argument Regarding Racist Tropes”
Will the game prove critics wrong or have we all been waiting for nothing? Only time will tell.
Let’s face it, superhero games are often very…Meh. I have high hopes for Marvel’s Avengers though, especially with Square Enix at the helm.
The game will include many of Marvel fans favorite superheroes such as Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk and Thor.
Dying Light 2:
Dying light saw players free running from roof top to roof top in a desperate bid to try and escape hordes of zombies.
The sequel, now long overdue will likely be one of the more popular 2020 game release and attract some big attention.
A new stand-alone Minecraft journey that you can play either as part of a group or solo. The new dungeon crawler will be release spring 2020.
Other than Assassins Creed: Ragnarok Halo Infinite is the only other next gen title that we are aware of.
The game is set to release on Microsoft’s Project Scarlett which is set for release in “holiday 2020.”
Destroy All Humans!
One of the games on this list to make me shout Oh my god at my screen as I read about its creation.
This game brought so much joy to many people from my generation and was some of the most fun I could possibly have as a kid.
Some are calling this a game; some are saying this is just an App. It seems to me to be more of an extension to Pokémon Go, but worth a mention.
The game records users sleeping habits and rewards it with Pokémon that presumably you can use within Pokémon Go.
We don’t know the exact release date for Pokémon sleep, just that it will be a 2020 game release.