Get excited about these 10 most anticipated video games in 2021
After a huge year of seeing some long-awaited titles such as, as well as the release of a brand new console generation Last of Us Part II And Cyberpunk 2077, It looks very bright next year. It may be late this year as well, but unfortunately there are a lot of games and rumored games coming out next year. So what is the game that everyone is most excited about? We are trying to classify the top 10 most anticipated titles in 2021.
FINAL FANTASY 16 (PS5)
At the PS5 showcase in September, Square Enix surprised everyone with the announcement of FINAL FANTASY XVI, and fans were hooked on it. You may not be sure what you can expect from this next game, but it should be an improved experience from the FINAL FANTASY XV open world experience with different characters in a whole new environment. The graphics are also great. Take a look at the Liber trailer! Square Enix is already providing new information next year, so when you cross your fingers, many of FINAL FANTASY XVI will be immediately visible and the release window will be well visible.
Far Cry 6 (PC, Google Stadia, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S)
Sixteen years later, many game fans may think they’re fed up with the Far Cry series, but Ubisoft can still hype gamers about future additions.As part 6 of the main series (not including all spin-off titles), despite recent delays, there’s still a lot of talk. Far Cry 6.. Maybe it has something to do with the chilling movie trailer we enjoyed in the summer. It may be because Breaking Bad’s own Giancarlo Esposito is appearing. Well, that’s both of them and more. Set in the fictional Caribbean island of Yarra, it not only looks great, but it also seems to captivate the story. You may not be able to come soon!
Resident Evil Village (PC, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S)
The first Resident Evil game appeared more than 24 years ago in 1996, and the franchise is more popular than ever. Capcom has long dominated the survival horror genre in scary games, but there are no signs of an immediate slowdown. The next title, Resident Evil Village, marks the eighth major entry in the series and looks like a nightmare. Resident Evil 7: Set a few years after the Resident Evil event, it looks absolutely scary. Also, if you’re scared of previous Resident Evil games, it’s a good idea to have additional underwear on your PS5 and Xbox Series X as it looks even more realistic.
Hogwarts Legacy (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S)
Call all Harry Potter fans! Officially unveiled at Sony’s PS5 showcase in September, Hogwarts Legacy offers a whole new adventure in the magical world. Not only is it fascinating and immersive, it is set in the 1800s before the world of Harry Potter we know and love. In fact, it’s a period when we know almost nothing. It’s very exciting in itself. You can continue to explore Hogwarts with complete character customization and the ability to choose the legacy you want to keep. Do you use magic for the magical world, or do you use magic for evil? Hogwarts Legacy leaves these decisions entirely to you. Why don’t you want to dive into the magical universe again during this time?
Ghostwire: Tokyo (PC & PS5)
Ghostwire: Tokyo looks creepy in the upcoming action-adventure game of Tango Gameworks, the creator of The Evil Within series. At E3 2019, I saw for the first time a game that introduces people disappearing all over Tokyo. Instead, these people were replaced by spirits roaming freely around the city. It’s entirely up to you to take them and drive these ghosts out of Tokyo. Not only is it very interesting to look at, but the graphic design is also interesting. And can you imagine how fighting on a PS5 with a Dualsense controller would feel? To be honest, I’d love to know more about Ghostwire: Tokyo, but it suggests that everything I’ve learned or seen will be a thrilling experience from start to finish.
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