The best games to be released in 2020 (part 2)

Iron Man VR

(28 February, PSVR)

Surely the prospect to become Tony Stark and strap on the Iron Man suit may be a computer game gimme? A retired Stark is forced to travel up against long-time Iron Man antagonist Ghost, scorching through the skies while holding your hands out and shouting ‘pew pew!’

Final Fantasy VII Remake

(3 March, PS4)

The feverishly anticipated remake of 1 of gaming’s most sacred texts is looking better whenever we see it. Much more than a visible tickle -gorgeous because it is- this version of FFVI has new characters, new locations and a totally revamped combat system. So big developer Square are releasing it in episodes so as to not perform. Or dropping everything during a clumsy demo leak, but the primary episode should be spectacular nonetheless.

Final Fantasy 7

(20 March, PS4, Xbox One, PC, Stadia, Switch)

Id’s heavy metal shooter usually pitches you into hell to blast chunks out of demons during a giddy, bullet-fuelled ballet. This point hell involves Earth, meaning its time to, you guessed it, blast chunks out of demons during a giddy, bullet-fuelled ballet. A desecrated home turf and new foes should up the variability but if it are often as deliciously thrilling as its predecessors then we are certain a bloody treat.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

(20 March, Switch)

The highly anticipated return of Nintendo’s life-simulation arrives on Switch this year, once more tasking you with build up your own bucolic village and being constantly harassed by a cash-hungry raccoon. Tom Nook notwithstanding, New Horizons looks a pleasant escape with new crafting and native and online co-op play.

Half-Life: Alyx

Half-Life: Alyx

(March TBC, Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift/Quest, Windows Mixed Reality)

It’s been almost thirteen years since the last Half-Life game. Thirteen! This computer game spin-off starring Alyx Vance won’t be Half-Life 3, but it’s like an authentic trip into Half-Life’s extraordinary world. Developer Valve has said that this is often not a side-story, but the ‘next chapter’ in Half-Life and reportedly as substantial as Haf-Life 2.

The best games to be released in 2020 (part 1)

We’re officially at the start of 2020 and this year is going to be a big one for exciting game releases with plenty of highly anticipated games. Here is the list of the best games to be released this year.

Journey to the Savage Planet

(28 January, Xbox One, PS4, PC)

The release of Typhoon Studios is a gorgeous space exploration adventure which sees you hopping between planets and slapping aliens about. Although nothing revolutionary there, its vibrant worlds and gleeful sense of humor can set it apart.

Google surely think so, when Journey to the Savage Planet will be released on Xbox One, PS4, and PC, the Silicon Valley giant has been quite impressed to snap up Typhoon in order to make future games under the Stadia banner.

Warcraft 3 Reforged

(28 January, PC)

Warcraft 3, a handsome remastering of Blizzard’s famous fantasy strategy, is a more significant update than the similar Starcraft Remastered. Blizzard will be bringing more modern trimmings while the nub and narrative will remain the same when orcs and humans battle across the fields of Azeroth.

Modern online features. better balance, and improved modding should all make best use of the shiny new look.

Zombie Army 4

(4 February, PS4, Xbox One, PC)

Kneecap Nazi zombies in this glorious Sniper Elite spin-off, teaming up with 3 pals when you vie in order to stop Hitler’s return from hell. Special abilities, big characters, and a horde of undead to blow-up across picturesque Southern Europe.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps

(11 February, Xbox One, PC)

The challenging Ori and the Blind Forest thrilled in 2015 and Moon Studios are going to expand on the Metroidvania platform-adventure with the bigger sequel Ori and the Will of the Wisps.

Dreams

(14 February, PS4)

The extraordinary canvas and creation tool of Media Molecule have been in early access for a while, with its talented players creating spectacular games and works of digital art. And Dreams is now set for an official Valentine’s Day release in order to charm us all.