2020 is almost here, y’ all, and this is not just the year to which we are barricading— it also sounds like the number of games due out in the near future. So many of them! In 2020, we have begun rounding up any new PC game worth paying attention to, along with what we think about when to prepare. The article includes all the most promising launches we’ll see on a variety of platforms in 2020, and from the way, it’s already shaping up, it’s going to be a really big year for new releases in games. We are also looking beyond the year at further launches that we can ‘t wait to get our hands on, even if we may not see them until the Xbox One X and PS5 are released.
Zombie Army 4: Dead War
With the coming release of Zombie Army 4: Dead Fight, Rebellion is taking the undead horde fest again. Yep, the guys behind Sniper Elite are bringing another standalone fps that lets you and his zombie army taking on a zombified Hitler. The latest entry includes a new campaign, improved horde mode, updated kill-cam, and revamped melee battle as a great option for those who enjoy a zombie shooting spot and civilization saving. Once placed in an alternate, zombie perspective on culture, this will cure the itch and then some.
Doom Eternal brings destruction to Earth, a good environment upgrade from the outstanding remake in 2016. In this chapter, expect to fight twice as many ghosts, using a massively revamped armory. It includes a new variant of the Super Shotgun, with a grapple-friendly’ meat hook’ at the top, and potentially a lot of ridiculous upgrades for guns.
Resident Evil 3 Remake
Yeah, it’s official: Capcom launches a reboot of Resident Evil 3 and is going to bring us together with Jill Valentine and Carlos Oliveria. Hey, and the ghastly antagonist Nemesis. The Resident Evil 2 Remake was one of the best recent updates, and the return of 3 will carry us on another revamped zombie-infested scare-fest if it’s anything to go by. The new take on the original 1999 update will be fantastic to see. When it was confirmed at a recent State of Play, it was reported that 3 will also include the Project Resistance online spin-off to boot.
Biomutant is an action RPG set in a post-apocalyptic world where you’re playing as a versatile raccoon-like character that can handle a variety of weapons. Your aim is to save the Tree of Life, the root of all living things, which has become corrupted by enemy creatures and is under constant attack.
Along the journey, you can meet a number of mutants and bio-mechanical body parts such as robotic legs, arms, and claws that can give you a combat advantage and help you reach new places. How you choose to gameplay the role influences, with class, body shape, fur thickness, and fangs both stats influencing.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a first-person RPG gameplay produced and released by the Witcher franchise CD Projekt. The game is an update of the 1988 tabletop game Cyberpunk 2020, set in a dystopian future fifty-seven years later where players must build a customized character named V before discovering the six distinct regions that combine to make Night City.
As V, you will build a play-style based around one of three groups of the game: NetRunner, Techie, and Solo. In fact, V has available an assortment of ranged and near combat weapons that can be updated and improved.
Watch Dogs: Legion
Rumors that a new London-based Watchdog title had been swirling long before E3, though, Ubisoft confirmed the existence of the game when they revealed a mysterious trailer days before their planned announcement with the subtitle “God Save the NPCs.” Now we know what they were hinting at as Watchdogs: Legion would require players to take charge of any NPC in the game as they struggle to topple a crooked NPC. the player will have unique advantages that can be helpful in different situations, such as doing additional damage with a certain weapon or against other forms of opponents, quicker power cooldowns, discounts at different vendors, etc.
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