What are the best upcoming games to keep an eye on this year and the next? Hope, anticipation, agony, and elation – it’s the endless cycle of emotions we go through during the annual PC release schedule.
Year in, year out, games – via Steam and otherwise – are produced in such varying degrees of quality that not a single one of them is destined for certain success. Masterpieces are released alongside utter disasters, series are born while others dwindle and, occasionally, a game actually lives up to our expectations.
So how can we possibly navigate the dizzying number of announcements, trailers, and teases to find which of the upcoming PC games we should devote our finite supply of hype to? Us old PCGamesN sages have been round the videogame block plenty of times already, so we’re perfectly placed to tell you about the titles you should be saving your pennies up for. Below you’ll find the upcoming PC games you should keep on your radar, as well as their expected release dates.
Here are all the upcoming PC games:
You play as a worker in a futuristic cyberpunk metropolis, where everything is owned by the Ascent Group – until one day, when it collapses, you must figure out how to survive. Our own Dave Irwin compares it to Diablo in his The Ascent hands-on preview, praising its steep learning curve and dystopian setting.
The Ascent release date: July 29, 2021
A multiplayer survival game set on an alien planet that you’ve attempted to terraform – but things have gone awfully wrong. Icarus is from the creator of DayZ, but instead of surviving among hordes of zombies, you’ll be battling the perils of severe weather, hostile animals, and depleting oxygen in order to survive and get back to your ship. It looks like there’s plenty of building options, as well as tools and weapons to create from foraged materials. There isn’t long to wait until you can test your survival skills – Icarus releases this summer.
Icarus release date: August 12, 2021
Naraka Bladepoint is a parkour based battler from developer 24 Entertainment, set on an island called Morus, where you’ll use grappling hooks, special weapons, and character skills to win. More than one million players took to the open beta on Steam – just when we thought battle royale games had their heyday. Naraka Bladepoint does look vastly different from battle royales we’ve seen before, and its release date isn’t far off, either.
Naraka Bladepoint release date: August 12, 2021
From the studio behind Endless Legend comes a new historical turn-based strategy front-runner, Humankind. The 4x game will include plenty of tactical elements as you make your way through over 60 various “historical cultures from across the heritage of humanity”. Humankind is built around the importance of fame and a tactical battle system that gives you full control in combat.
Humankind release date: August 17, 2021
In Psychonauts 2 you continue playing as the same protagonist from the first game, Raz, who is a newly graduated Psychonaut with powerful psychic abilities. This sequel will delving further into parts of Rax’s family and the curse that continues to affect them.
Psychonauts 2 release date: August 25, 2021
Amazon Game Studios’ open-world MMO is set on the magical island of Aeternum, where you’re shipwrecked, and must level up your character to survive and become more powerful. There’s no automatic targeting, so you have to aim your attacks and counter your enemies’ in real time, using guns, swords, and magic. There are also no classes in New World – instead, you assign skill points to your personal attributes as you level up, and improve your weapon and trade skills the more you perform them.
New World release date: August 31, 2021
Sonic Colors: Ultimate
The dazzling 2010 platform game was originally a Wii exclusive (though there was also a Nintendo DS game released alongside it) but now it’s getting a brand new coat of paint and ported to PC. In Sonic Colors, the notorious Dr. Eggman has constructed a giant theme park powered by imprisoned aliens called Wisps, and Sonic’s mission is to race through various rides at blistering speed in order to free them.
Alongside improved graphics, the remaster also adds a new Wisp power up, a new mode in which you race Metal Sonic, and additional cosmetic options.
Sonic Colors: Ultimate release date: September 7, 2021
Life is Strange: True Colors
The third main game in the Life is Strange series has been unveiled – from the same studio that made Before the Storm, True Colors focuses on the story of Alex Chen, who has the power to read the emotions of those around her. Following the death of her brother, Alex returns to her hometown of Haven Springs, up in the mountains of Colorado, and must use her psychic abilities to uncover the truth about his demise.
The game will be divided into five chapters, but unlike previous games in the series, True Colors will release all chapters simultaneously. The game will also feature full performance motion capture.
Life is Strange: True Colors release date: September 10, 2021
Having played the Dishonored games, we’re excited about anything developer Arkane is working on, frankly. The latest is set on the fictional island of Blackreef as two legendary assassins lock horns. While we wait for the Deathloop launch date, we can only imagine the inventiveness and meticulous detail Arkane Lyon will imbue into this nicely stylised experience.
Deathloop release date: September 14, 2021
Diablo II: Resurrected
Remade from the ground up by Blizzard and Vicarious Visions, Diablo II: Resurrected takes players on an epic journey to take down Diablo, Mephisto, and Baal. With the press of a button, the game can be reverted to its original form to show you just how much has changed.
Go through the game alone, or fight off Hell’s fiercest foes with a group of up to eight players. If you haven’t had a chance to play through Diablo II, this remake aims to show new and returning players why this game is considered to be one of the best RPGs of all time.
Diablo II: Resurrected release date: September 23, 2021
It won’t surprise anyone to learn that a new FIFA game is coming out this year. Series fans will already know what to expect, including new Icons, and new cover star – PSG’s Kylian Mbappé. Last year’s PC version didn’t receive the same engine upgrade that other platforms did, and unfortunately it’s the same story this year – the HyperMotion technology won’t be coming to PC.
EA Play subscribers will be granted ten hours of early access gameplay the week prior to FIFA 22’s release.
FIFA 22 release date: October 1, 2021
Far Cry 6
Far Cry 6 was leaked heavily before its reveal during Ubisoft Forward show, but we did at least get a great teaser showing new villain Anton Casillo – played by Breaking Bad’s Giancarlo Esposito – and the Havana-inspired setting.
Far Cry 6 will bring back the Fangs for Hire system, but deviates a little from previous Far Cry games in that it will feature the series’ first ever city setting. As far as the story is concerned it’s typical Far Cry fare, you play as revolutionary Dani Rojas and will battle to liberate the tropical island of Yara from the despotic El Presidente.
Far Cry 6 release date: October 7, 2021
Back 4 Blood
From the creators of beloved zombie co-op FPS game Left 4 Dead comes Back 4 Blood, a spiritual successor that sees you fighting alongside your friends to defeat the Ridden, zombified humans who have been infested with parasites. Alongside the four-player co-op story mode, there’s also a competitive multiplayer mode where you can chase your friends around as a horrible zombie.
Back 4 Blood release date: October 12, 2021
Things don’t look so good for the human race in Battlefield 2042 – climate change has destroyed multiple economies around the world, there’s a food and fuel shortage, and the world is on the brink of war. The stage has been set for the biggest Battlefield game yet, supporting up to 128 players, a dynamic weather system, and dynamically changing battlegrounds. Be sure to keep an eye out for any closed betas that may be running prior to the game’s launch in October.
Battlefield 2042 release date: October 22, 2021
If you like extreme sports then you’ll like new IP Riders Republic arriving later this year. Think of games like Trials Rising and Steep and add in a huge multiplayer world with challenges, trials, and competitions and you get a taste of Ubisoft’s new sports game. The trailer shows off just a portion of the gear you’ll be able to unlock as you tear up slopes and mountain ranges, and it looks pretty incredible.
Riders Republic release date: October 28, 2021
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
After many rumours, Square Enix finally revealed Guardians of the Galaxy at E3 2021, and its release date isn’t far off, either. More good news: it’s not a follow up to Marvel’s Avengers, a game that was met with disappointment last year. Guardians of the Galaxy is a single-player action adventure game, where you’ll play as Star Lord alongside the other Guardians. It’s set several years after a galactic civil war, after a bet goes awry for our heroes for hire.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy release date: October 26, 2021
Age of Empires 4
Age of Empires 4 is being developed by Relic Entertainment – the team behind Dawn of War and Company of Heroes.
The series has been seminal in the triple-A strategy space, and Age of Empires 4 is the first new entry in over a decade, so anticipation is high. So far, the English, Mongols, Chinese, and the Delhi Sultanate have been revealed as playable civilisations.
Age of Empires 4 release date: October 28, 2021
An action-adventure game with a twist, GhostWire: Tokyo is a new IP from the developers behind the Evil Within games, with all the spookiness, if not the survival-horror elements that entails.
The GhostWire: Tokyo E3 announcement trailer shows that the story from developer Tango Gameworks centres on the baffling disappearances of people from their home of Tokyo. Let’s hope this curio doesn’t go missing, too.
GhostWire: Tokyo release date: October 2021
343 Industries says the game is so ambitious that it “needed” the new Slipspace Halo Infinite engine, so it’s going to look ridiculous. If that’s got you all hot and bothered, this official Xbox deodorant should do the trick.
Halo Infinite release date: Holiday 2021
Crysis Remastered Trilogy
Crysis, Crysis 2, and Crysis 3 are due for a bundled remaster later this year. Players will be able to jump into the Nanosuit and experience the full story across the three games, battling aliens and saving the world. A remastered version of the first game has already been released, so you’ll be able to obtain the sequels separately if you’ve arrived early to the party.
Crysis Remastered Trilogy release date: Fall, 2021
DYING LIGHT 2
You’d better prepare yourself for the Dying Light 2 release date: the decisions you make in this zombie parkour sequel will significantly alter the larger world as Dying Light 2 factions compete for control. And, that’s just during the day. With Chris Avellone and The Witcher 3 writers on narrative duties, this is looking promising.
Dying Light 2 release date: December 7, 2021
Total War: Warhammer 3
The third entry in the beloved Total War: Warhammer series of strategy games, Warhammer 3 promises more of the same tactical gameplay, with turn based map management and real-time battles. This time, the campaign takes place in the magical Realm of Chaos, with a campaign map “twice the size” of Warhammer 2’s Eye of the Vortex map.
The Warhammer 3 factions of the Chaos gods – Khorne, Tzeentch, Nurgle, and Slaanesh – will all be present, plus Kislev and Grand Cathay as human civilizations, with more to be announced.
Total War Warhammer 3 release date: Late 2021
If you’re looking to learn how to play the guitar, or you just want to jam along to your favourite tracks, Rocksmith+ may be the perfect game for you. The original Rocksmith requires a Real Tone cable in order to register notes, however Rocksmith+ allows you to use a mobile app or an audio interface. There’s also a new subscription model which costs $14.99 per month. The new pricing model ensures that players have a large library of songs available to them right from the moment they start playing.
Rocksmith+ release date: Late 2021
While it was originally tipped to be something of a Rocket League-like, Roller Champions appears to be something all of its own. As the Roller Champions release date approaches, we know that it will be a skill-based, PvP esports game with two teams of three racing around a banked track to score points.
It certainly looks an entertaining spectacle, and developer Ubisoft certainly want to leverage that and grow a competitive scene around the upcoming game. It wants Roller Champions to be “as fun to watch as it is to play”, so expect the company to be courting plenty of streamers and esports personalities to ensure its longevity.
Roller Champions release date: 2021
LEGO STAR WARS: THE SKYWALKER SAGA
Skywalker Saga gives you another chance to immerse yourself in George Lucas’ sci-fi fantasy world in the blocky form of Lego. But, this isn’t just a rehash of The Complete Saga with The Force Awakens tacked on: you get proper Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga space exploration in this one.
The films already covered in the game are being remade, and you can tackle them in any order but, you’ll now be able to explore space just as you did Lego Marvel Superheroes’ Manhattan. What’s more, you can fight and explore the inside of Star Destroyers, each made of 18 million digital bricks.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga release date: TBC 2021
The Outlast Trials
The Outlast Trials lets you share the terror of being hunted by sledgehammer-wielding brutes with friends. This time you’re not investigating a hospital, instead you and your pals are human guinea pigs in experiments being run by the Murkoff Corporation. Oh, and you can forget all about carrying a camcorder with you everywhere for night vision, instead the chaps at Murkoff have drilled night vision goggles directly into your skull. You lucky thing.
The Outlast Trials release date: 2021
Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One
The Frogwares Sherlock games might not be on everyone’s radar, but if you love detective games as much as we do then the news that the studio is returning to the world’s greatest detective will bring a smile to your face. Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One is a prequel to Frogwares’ other Sherlock games and will feature the series’ first proper open world setting.
Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One release date: 2021
Space combat shooters are few and far between, so the reveal of Choru(v?)s was a very pleasant surprise. Chorus is being billed as a single-player, story-driven experience where you battle to free the galaxy from the suffocating grip of an oppressive cult. We don’t know a huge amount else unfortunately, but the short trailer is packed with enough barrel-rolling spaceships to whet our appetite.
Chorus release date: 2021
Upcoming PC games 2022 and beyond
King of Fighters XV
The next King of Fighters game will see another huge roster of new and returning characters duke it out on a series of classic stages. There will be a major team shuffle; this time around, the protagonists on the Hero Team are Shun’ei, Meitenkun, and Benimaru Nikaido. SNK is also hoping to implement rollback netcode to ensure robust online gameplay.
King of Fighters XV release date: Q1 2022
It’s a meeting of minds only the most optimistic of fantasy RPG fans could conjure up, but it’s happening. The Elden Ring E3 2019 trailer gives only cryptic clues for fans to dissect for months to come, but here’s the only thing you need to know: it’s a FromSoftware open-world game written by George R. R. ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ Martin.
As you’d expect Elden Ring reflects Dark Souls’ gameplay in terms of difficulty, but combat, Miyazaki-san says, is “fundamentally different” and its FromSoft’s biggest game yet. Martin has reportedly penned reams of lore for this dark new universe, and we couldn’t be more hyped.
Elden Ring release date: January 21, 2022
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction
A mix of Rainbow Six Siege and Left 4 Dead, this co-op shooter has a lot to live up to. As players wade further into the thick black alien goo, more monsters will attempt to thwart your missions to gain intel on the mysterious threat. Fans of the series may find a lot that’s familiar to them, but Extraction heads in a different direction to the ultra-competitive esports shooting action that Siege offers.
Rainbow Six Extraction release date: January 2022
All we have to go from the trailer is that Redfall is a game about a bunch of misfits using their guns and weird powers against a horde of cultists and vampires. But boy did Arkane Studios sell the hell out of that premise.
All four of the playable characters have cool designs and even cooler superpowers: there’s the lass with psychic powers that calls on a spectral elevator to launch friends into the sky, a sharpshooter with a raven friend, a nerd with a gatling gun filled with stakes, and a techie with a tiny robot friend. They make an immediate first impression and we can’t wait to see more.
Redfall release date: Summer 2022
Besides the Facebook announcement from GSC Game World owner Sergiy Grygorovych that STALKER 2 is in development, we know barely anything about the upcoming survival horror sequel.
All we have is an official site with a few trailers. This isn’t the first time the game has been in production, but fingers crossed everything goes swimmingly this time.
STALKER 2 release date: April 28, 2022
Two Point Campus
The team behind the hilariously absurd Two Point Hospital is making another management sim; this time, we build and run a university campus. Much like how Two Point Hospital’s patients are afflicted with various fantastical ailments, the students at Two Point Campus are after some zany qualifications, attending knight school or gastronomy classes. Your job is to keep your students and staff happy as they joust on the sports field and make giant pizzas.
Two Point Campus release date: 2022
Company of Heroes 3
Strategy game fans rejoice – Company of Heroes 3 has been officially unveiled. The upcoming new game in the beloved series of RTS games is set in the mountains, deserts, and coasts of the Mediterranian. The game features a ‘dynamic campaign map’ that unfolds differently over each playthrough. There’s also a ‘full tactical pause’ feature in single-player, in case you need to halt the action to assess the situation.
The full game isn’t due to release until next year, but there is a pre-alpha build you can try out until August 2. Here are our pre-alpha Company of Heroes 3 impressions.
Company of Heroes 3 release date: 2022
Unnamed new Sonic game
A brand new game from Sonic Team has been announced, and it’s coming to PC. The Sonic Central live stream in May 2021 debuted a teaser trailer, featuring a glowing blue Sonic sprinting through a green forest, leaving a trail of pixels in his wake. We don’t know anything more yet, but we’re preparing a batch of chili dogs in anticipation.
Sonic game release date: 2022
Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown
Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown is an ‘open world driving and lifestyle experience’. Set in a 1:1 recreation of Hong Kong island, the racing game has a heavy emphasis on style. You can customise your cars and your in-game avatar, to ensure you look the part as you zip around in your Lamborghini, or Porsche, or Bugatti, or Ferrari… you get the idea. Alongside perfecting the setting, developer KT Racing has been hard at work fine-tuning the driving tech to ensure a smooth ride.
Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown release date: September 22, 2022
Homeworld, the beloved series of real-time strategy games, is getting a long-awaited third installation. Homeworld 2 was released almost 18 years ago, but in recent years, the positive reception to the Homeworld Remastered Collection and prequel Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak has encouraged publisher Gearbox and developer Blackbird Interactive to work on an official sequel. Expect more tiny ships gracefully swooping through the vastness of space, and a “ballistics style weapon system similar to Homeworld 1”.
Homeworld 3 release date: Q4, 2022
When Bethesda took to the stage at E3 2018, The Elder Scrolls 6 was not the only major surprise reveal. We can also get excited about their upcoming space game: although it may be some time.
It’s much further along than the company’s famous fantasy series, however, but that’s about all we know so far. Basically, when it comes to Starfield, “everyone should be very patient”. Regardless, it’s got our interstellar interest piqued.
Starfield release date: November 11, 2022
Prologue is something from the developers of PUBG. The website bills it as a “an exploration of new technologies and gameplay”, and all we have to currently go on is a short teaser that features rain, a rock, the sound of breathing, and the distant sound of a dog barking. We would bet on it being a narrative experience with some horror thrown in, although it’s hard to see the studio moving away from multiplayer just yet.
Prologue release date: TBC
Another League of Legends spin-off, but this one follows Ekko as he travels through time. It’s an action-platformer helmed by Speed Brawl dev Double Stallion Games.
Convergence release date: TBC
The next offering from Platinum Games is a dark fantasy title, but we don’t have much else to go on than that when it comes to Babylon’s Fall. That doesn’t matter though: if it’s Platinum at the helm, we’re in.
The reveal trailer appears to reference the mythical Tower of Babel, but we’re most looking forward to engaging in what looks like electrical swordplay as considerably overdressed knights.
Babylon’s Fall release date: TBC
The Wolf Among Us 2
One of the more surprising updates from The Games Awards 2019 was the return The Wolf Among Us 2. You can expect the same choice and consequence style narrative experience of previous Telltale games. Don’t expect it anytime soon, though, as developer LCG Entertainment has hit the reset button.
The Wolf Among Us 2 release date: TBC
Tom Clancy’s XDefiant
Ubisoft’s upcoming arena shooter will see 6v6 teams of ‘Defiants’ duke it out, using customised loadouts and powerful abilities unique to the ‘faction’ you choose. You can change your loadout each time you respawn, so you can adapt to the fast-paced battles as they develop. The game will be free-to-play, and a PC beta goes live August 5.
Tom Clancy’s XDefiant release date: TBC
The Outer Worlds 2
Obsidian’s hit retro-futuristic roleplaying game is getting a sequel. The teaser trailer doesn’t tell us much, simply showing off exotic alien landscapes and futuristic combat, but with a wry, self-aware voiceover telling us “the developers haven’t finished the [main character’s] design, or finished the story, or finished any gameplay that’s actually ready to show”. We don’t have any more details, but we’ll keep you updated as soon as we learn more.
The Outer Worlds 2 release date: TBC
SKULL & BONES
Black Flag and For Honor meet for PvP sailing, piracy, and cannon-firing in Skull & Bones. With a familiar UI and control mechanism for anyone that’s played Assassin’s Creed’s seabound adventure, it’s got some strange scoring mechanisms, and its not just about wiping out the enemy team.
Skull & Bones release date: TBC
Hitman 3 developer IO Interactive has announced a brand-new project – and it’s a James Bond game. The teaser clip shows a bullet loaded into a gun, before panning around to reveal the iconic gun barrel shot – though Bond himself is nowhere to be seen. That’s all we’ve got about Project 007 so far, but we’re already sold.
Project 007 release date: TBC
Dead Island 2
Dead Island 2 still exists, apparently, and is making “fantastic progress” at take-over developer Sumo. Exactly how much it’ll resemble the weird Californian sun-pocalypse we saw on display during the original announcement is anyone’s guess.
Development on the first-person zombie smasher has been chaotic to say the least. Last we heard in July 2018, Dead Island 2 is still in development. When it comes to the nature of its current state, however, is anybody’s guess.
Dead Island 2 release date: TBC
The Elder Scrolls 6
Bethesda finished its E3 2018 conference in the best way possible by announcing the upcoming PC game we all wanted: The Elder Scrolls VI. With only a teaser trailer of some rocky hills, ruined castles, and coastlines to go on, we’re still waiting on a setting, and a launch window, of course.
We didn’t hear anything more at the following E3, really. Game director Todd Howard let us down early at E3 2019 to say that there wouldn’t be any further news on The Elder Scrolls 6 and Starfield, but stressed that Bethesda is “still hard at work” on both of them.
Elder Scrolls 6 release date: TBC
Without a doubt one of the most wildly ambitious games around, Star Citizen aims to be the ultimate space exploration experience.
Taking to the skies in one of numerous ridiculously detailed craft, you will engage in military service, become a reputable trader of goods, live the life of a smuggler, or become a universe-famous race pilot. That’s if development ever finishes, of course.
Star Citizen release date: TBC
System Shock 3
System Shock 3 was announced back in 2015, in development by Otherside Entertainment, with Warren Spector on board as studio director – however, since then, the project has been taken over by Tencent, who will be ‘taking the franchise forward’.
System Shock 3 release date: TBC
Beyond Good & Evil 2
Yes, it’s happening, but the Beyond Good & Evil 2 release date is probably a long, long way off. According to creator Michel Ancel, the team is looking for a lot of community input to get it moving, with help from Joseph Gordon-Levitt and hitRECord. A playable Beyond Good & Evil 2 beta was said to be in the works for late 2019, however it seems that has now been pushed back.
Beyond Good & Evil 2 release date: Beyond Space And Time, Probably
So nice they announced it twice, Riot’s also dipping into the fighting genre. It’s fitting, then, that we first caught wind of Project L at EVO 2019, before getting another quick peek at LoL’s 10-year anniversary show.
Fighting games are a huge staple of the esports scene, from DragonBall FightersZ anime beat ‘em style to Mortal Kombat’ bloodier take on fisticuffs. We’ve barely seen anything of Project L, so we have a bit of waiting to find out what it’ll play like.
Project L release date: TBC
We know nothing about it other than that it’s confirmed – still, we’re incredibly excited for the return of this series. Come to think of it, we don’t even know if it’s coming to PC…
Skate 4 release date: TBC
Blizzard’s hero-based team shooter is getting a new lick of paint. PvP fans can look forward to a swathe of new Overwatch 2 heroes and a new mode that involves a robot pushing the payload for you, meaning that Overwatch players may now finally play the chuffin’ objective – although somehow we fear they’ll still find a way to ignore.
Story fans, meanwhile, get story PvE missions that focus on advancing the game’s overarching narrative and hero missions that allow you to customise your hero’s moveset with Overwatch 2 talents. We hope to see the game arriving in 2022.
Overwatch 2 release date: TBC
At long last, we’ve got some confirmation on Diablo 4. We always knew it would be coming, really, but getting a look at it is exciting. We know that the Druid class is coming back to join the roster of Diablo 4 classes, and we enjoyed our playtime with it at Blizzcon. Plus, it looks like there will be plenty of scope for creative Diablo 4 builds, especially with the reveal that Mythic items will be available.
Details are dripping out right now – there will be an open-world setting, and Blizzard has plans for extensive player customization. That said, the game still boasts the same balance of lootin’ and dungeon dwelling that fans have come to adore.
Diablo 4 release date: not even coming ‘Blizzard soon’
Suicide Squad: Kill the justice league
We’ve been wondering what Batman Arkham developer Rocksteady is up to for years and now we finally have our answer: a Suicide Squad game. We can’t say it’s the game we were hoping for, but Rocksteady has done a terrific job with the Batman license so we’re quietly confident. There are no real details in the Suicide Squad game reveal, but the studio teased more details at the August 22 DC Fandome event.
Suicide Squad game release date: 2022
VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE – BLOODLINES 2
It’s been 17 long years, but now we finally have a sequel to the cult classic bloodsucker. The sequel is taking us to Seattle, but the land of coffee and grunge has been given a coagulated coat of crimson as you unravel another rich mystery.
Yet, while the original is remembered fondly for its engrossing narrative, it remained rife with bugs and disappointing combat. Luckily, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2’s gameplay plunders immersive sims such as Dishonored 2 and Deus Ex to make its vampiric fisticuffs just as engaging as its story. Following a switch of developers, we won’t be seeing a 2021 release, but we’re more than ready to sink our teeth in when it finally arrives.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 release date: 2022
Resident Evil 4 remake
After two very successful remakes in recent years it was only a matter of time before Capcom turned its attention to one of the most beloved entries to the series: Resident Evil 4. Details about the remake were reported by VGC and while it’s allegedly a long way off we’re still very excited to see what Capcom has in store for us.
Resident Evil 4 remake release date: 2022
KERBAL SPACE PROGRAM 2
The challenging space exploration game is set to launch back into our hearts with a host of new features, improved graphics, and a friendlier AI, which should appeal to long-awaiting fans and newcomers alike. Kerbal Space Program 2 is developed by Star Theory games and aims to bring an all new ‘next generation’ of features to the adorable physics puzzler.
Kerbal Space Program 2 release date: 2022
RoboCop: Rogue City
During the 2021 Nacon Direct show, the publishers revealed that a RoboCop videogame is coming in 2023. Developed by Terminator: Resistance studio Teyon, RoboCop: Rogue City is set in Old Detroit, where the hero embarks on a ‘first-person, explosive hunt for the truth’. The story is based on the sci-fi cult classic RoboCop films which tell the story of Alex Murphy, a Detroit police officer who is brought back as a cyborg after being grievously injured on duty.
RoboCop: Rogue City release date: TBC, 2023
Wow, that’s a lot of games to get excited for, so luckily our anticipation levels are boundless already. Of course, it’s tough just keeping up with games as they come out, let alone remembering the games we should be saving for. For that we have a new PC games guide so you know the best titles you could be playing right now. For now, perhaps if you keep reading this list the games you want will come out quicker. It’s worth a go, at least.