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Most Anticipated Games of 2021

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Most Anticipated Games of 2021

Most Anticipated Games of 2021

Finally, this year would be very lucky for the gamers as we bring you the Most-awaited, anticipated, & upcoming games for PC and Consoles such as PS5 and Xbox in 2021.

Gamers finally waited for a meeting with a beautiful vampire from Resident Evil: Village. However, this is not the only long-awaited game of 2021. From MMORPGs and adventure games to zombie shooters and more, there will be tons of great games on all platforms – and there is bound to be something interesting for you. The ranking of the most anticipated 2021 games on PC and consoles is based on a selection of experts from major industry publications such as Tech Advisor, Pocket-Lint, and others.

25 Upcoming & Anticipated Games for PC & Consoles in 2021 are:

 

  1. Biomutant

Release date: May 25

Genre: Action

Biomutant appeared out of nowhere, but the vivid and mysterious world revealed in its original trailer promises to make this dark horse the favorite in the race for the best video games of 2021.

The game, which combines post-apocalypse, martial arts and fantasy, has a karma system, as well as many attractive locations, from arid deserts to snow-capped mountain peaks. And with the help of directed mutations, you can change the parameters of your character, and get new abilities.

 

  1. Little Devil Inside

Release date: July 2021

Genre: Adventure RPG

It is a survival RPG set in an open world. The player will be opposed not only by bloodthirsty monsters, but also by the weather.

Exploring the depths of the ocean, deserts, swamps and dense forests, huge and dangerous (but so cute) creatures and wild animals that will need to be tamed to ride on horseback – this is just a small list of whom the hero of the game will face.

 

  1. Humankind

Release date: August 17

Genre: 4X turn-based strategy

The studio behind Endless Legend unveils the future leader in turn-based strategy history, Humankind.

The game will include many tactical elements, as players will have to go through 60 different “historical cultures from the entire heritage of mankind.”

In the course of the play, players will interact with real-life historical figures and participate in events that have a historical basis.

 

  1. Life is Strange: True Colors

Release date: September 10

Genre: Adventure

The story of this game follows Alex Chen, a young woman with a troubled past who reunites with her brother Gabe only to be killed in a mysterious accident.

Alex will have to use her empathic abilities to read other people’s emotions and find out the truth about his brother’s death.

The highlight of the game is the cinematic nature of what is happening. For this, the developers of Deck Nine (the team that created Life is Strange: Before the Storm) even took a step that was not standard for the game industry – they used full motion capture and facial animation of the actors.

 

  1. Deathloop

Release date: September 14

Genre: shooter

Two ideal killers live the same day over and over, killing each other. This is the premise of Deathloop.

Groundhog Day takes place on a mysterious island, and one of the assassins has the opportunity to break out of the time loop by killing 8 targets. But the second killer has a shorter list, with only one name.

 

  1. Back 4 Blood

Release date: October 12

Genre: first person shooter

From the creators of the popular co-op zombie game Left 4 Dead, back with Back 4 Blood, a shooter in which you fight alongside your friends to defeat zombie people infested with parasites.

Along with the co-op story mode for four players, there is also a competitive multiplayer mode in which you can chase your friends as a terrible zombie.

 

  1. Ghostwire: Tokyo

Release date: October 2021

Genre: First Person Action

As people begin to disappear from the neon-flooded streets of Tokyo, it becomes clear that something is unclean in the city. In Ghostwire: Tokyo, the streets are patrolled by strange ghostly figures and terrifying monsters that have stepped into the city straight from Japanese lore and legends.

This game is made by the same studio that created the survival horror The Evil Within, so the project promises to be very interesting.

 

  1. Total War: Warhammer III

Release date: end of 2021

Genre: real-time strategy, turn-based strategy

Sega and Creative Assembly (the publisher and developer of the project) have announced that Total War: Warhammer III will be the largest of the games with an unprecedented scale of war.

The third game in the series takes place in the Kingdom of Chaos and the Lands of the East, where there will be both 4 demonic factions (Tzeentch, Khorne, Nurgla and Slaanesh) and new human civilizations (Kislev is the game embodiment of Medieval Russia and Katay – a la Ancient China) … Get ready to gather your strength towards the end of 2021.

 

  1. The Outlast Trials

Release date: 2021

Genre: survival horror

If you’ve played and enjoyed the terrifying sensations of Outlast and Outlast 2, then get ready for even more adrenaline rush with Outlast Trials. This is a survival horror game that you can play alone or with up to four other people.

The Outlast Trials takes place during the Cold War, in a world of mistrust, fear and violence, and people are brainwashed.

Curiously, the game focuses on the fact that the characters wear augmented reality glasses that allow them to see various enemies and objects. However, real VR glasses are not required to play The Outlast Trials.

 

  1. Kena: Bridge of Spirits

Release date: 2021

Genre: Action Adventure

In this enchanting adventure from developer Ember Lab, you play as Kenu, a girl on a quest to find a mountain sanctuary in an abandoned village inhabited by trapped spirits.

Kena is accompanied by small fluffy spirits known as rotten ones, they help the heroine gain new abilities and change the environment around her. Apparently, Kena: Bridge of Spirits will be among the most beautiful games of 2021.

 

  1. Hitman 3

Release date: January 20, 2021

Genre: stealth shooter

Hitman 3 is positioned as the end of the series, so Agent 47 will take on the most important mission of his career as an impeccable assassin.

The age rating of the game is “M” (“Mature”) – “For adults”, so take kids away from blue screens and enjoy using a rich arsenal of weapons, stealthy methods (stabbing, strangling) and even environmental objects (grinder for wood, in which you can also grind the body) to achieve their goals.

 

  1. Far Cry 6

Release date: May 26 or February 18, 2021

Genre: first person shooter

After the overwhelming success of Far Cry 5, Ubisoft has been hard at work on yet another installment of the gaming franchise.

Far Cry 6 takes place on a fictional Caribbean island. There you (the player) will play the role of a guerrilla fighting the dictatorial regime of the island “El Presidente” Anton Castillo (with the face of Giancarlo Esposito).

The Far Cry series is known for its incredible yet fictional, politically oriented storylines, which means the new 2021 game won’t disappoint die-hard fans!

According to the latest information, gamers will be able to enjoy the game from February 18th, so hop on the waiting train.

 

  1. Halo Infinite

Release date: 2021

Genre: first person shooter

Halo Infinite will mark the return of the Master Chief, but it is also supposedly a spiritual reboot for the entire franchise, which is very intriguing.

Although the game was due out around the end of 2020, after the gameplay was shown, its release was delayed until the fall to give the team time to respond to some rather critical fan feedback. Hopefully it looks better by the time the release goes live.

 

  1. Resident Evil Village

Date Released : 2021 .

Genre : survival horror

Taking the hook for the Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 remakes, Capcom returns to the main story in Resident Evil 8: Village. It looks like a fresh start for the franchise, with a snowy countryside setting and … werewolves?

The gameplay will be in the first person and several famous characters from the Resident Evil franchise, such as Chris Redfield, will appear in the game.

 

  1. Horizon Zero Dawn: Forbidden West

Release date: 2021

Genre: Action / RPG

One of the most anticipated games of 2021 for consoles will be released not only on PS5 but also on the older PS4. Since the original was eventually ported to the PC, there is high hope that the same will happen with the new part.

Expect another open world with giant robotic dinosaurs and other elements of the same ancient technical aesthetic that made the first Horizon Zero Dawn a hit.

 

  1. God of War: Ragnarok

Date Released : g 2021 .

Genre : action-adventure with hack and slash elements

Kratos and Son will be back sooner than we hoped, but as the name suggests, things won’t be as rosy for the Scandinavian world. Ragnarok rarely ends well for one of its members.

 

  1. New Pokémon Snap

Release date: 2021

Genre: first person shooter

Pokémon Snap was an adorable game from the Nintendo 64 era in which you went on safari and photographed your favorite pocket monsters. It’s time for her to return to the new Nintendo Switch console.

Nintendo has yet to reveal details about its project, no exact release date or gameplay details, but the company has confirmed that it will combine the gameplay of the 1999 hit with new worlds to explore and add a new Pokémon.

 

  1. Rainbow Six Quarantine

Release date: 2021

Genre: Tactical co-op shooter for 3 players

This standalone Rainbow Six game is inspired by the limited-time Outbreak event in Rainbow Six: Siege. in which a team of 3 players had to deal with a highly infectious alien virus.

In Quarantine, you have to fight with a previously unknown mutated alien parasite. The team is on a mission to save the world – fighting the environment and trying to survive in unpredictable missions.

Rainbow Six Quarantine is co-op PvE, not PvP like Siege, and the project could be a big hit if it gets outside of Siege’s main fanbase.

 

  1. Dying Light 2

Release date: 2021

Genre: Action Adventure RPG

Many good things have already been said about the original Dying Light, so it will be very interesting to see what kind of first-person parkour entertainment the new game has prepared.

Dying Light 2 will also get a crossover with Left 4 Dead 2, including the use of a guitar as a weapon to kill zombies. Pretty cool, right?

The creators of Dying Light 2 also promise a world that will change depending on the choice of the gamer, so there will be much more to this game than killing zombies and surviving.

 

  1. Evil Genius 2: World Domination

Release date: first half of 2021

Genre: simulator, strategy

Ever wonder what it would be like if Gru from Minions had his own video game? Well, wait for the release of Evil Genius 2 and find out. This is the highly anticipated sequel to Evil Genius, released back in 2004.

In one of the best PC games of 2021, you can build your own villainous lair, plan world domination, and even train a squad of henchmen to follow your orders and defend against the forces of Justice.

 

  1. Gamedec

Release date: 2021

Genre: RPG

This project is conceived as an intriguing cyberpunk RPG. Playing Gamedec, you will find yourself in the role of a private detective living in Warsaw in the XXII century, whose job is to solve crimes in virtual worlds.

The developers say that Gamedec will adapt to your choice during the passage, and there will be no single solution for any given situation.

 

  1. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2

Release date: presumably 2021

Genre: open world action-adventure

Breath of the Wild remains one of the best console games on Switch – and one of the best games of the decade , period – so we were thrilled when Nintendo announced the sequel to Link and Zelda’s adventures.

It is known that the events of the game will take place in Hyrule, but the gameplay and story will differ markedly from the first Breath of the Wild.

There is no exact release date yet, but fans hope that Zelda will be playable in one way or another, and the game itself will be as unique and interesting as Majora’s Mask was in its time.

 

  1. Vampire: The Masquerade – The Bloodlines 2

Release date: 2021

Genre: action / RPG

The previous game was a true RPG masterpiece filled with vampires, dark streets and interesting characters. The new game was written by the same creative genius responsible for the first Vampire: The Masquerade, so we expect more from it.

“ You were born out of a vampire uprising, your existence is fueling a war over the blood trade in Seattle. Forge uneasy alliances with the creatures that control the city and uncover the vast conspiracy that plunged Seattle into a bloody civil war between powerful vampire factions . “

 

  1. Skull & Bones

Release date: 2021

Genre : action-adventure

Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag proved to be incredibly popular and generated a lot of interest in pirate yo-ho-ho’s on the high seas. Since then we’ve seen Sea of ​​Thieves and hilarious Blackwake, but Ubisoft’s Skull & Bones, if expectations are right, will be the best of them all, and become a real gem among the best PC games of 2021.

Become the pirate captain you’ve always wanted to be and fight on the high seas alone or with up to five other players.

 

  1. New World

Release date: August 31

Genre: MMORPG

The premiere of Amazon’s multiplayer game has been in development for a long time and it looks like 2021 will finally be its release time.

The action of the project, created in a fantasy setting, will be set in 17th century North America, full of both common animals and creepy monsters. Players are expected to explore new areas, PVP sieges, clan skirmishes, raids and dungeons, dynamic changes in weather, time of day and even seasons, and the complete absence of traditional classes. In Novy Mir, you can be anyone without the usual MMORPG restrictions.

The game will be distributed on a subscription basis, and there will be no loot boxes, paid additional content and pay-to-win elements.

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