Major Games Coming Soon 2022-23

by Bradley Tan
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2022 is coming to a close it’s safe to say that video games are making a comeback. Although we have had some awesome games, from the popular open-world MMO, Genshin Impact in 2020 to the hard-hitting Elden Ring by Game of Thrones creator, George R.R Martin earlier this year. It kinda brought the world to  That said, it’s looking like the future of video games is looking very bright.

From God of War Ragnarok to Hogwarts Legacy, these games are some of the biggest games coming in the rest of 2022 – 2023.

  • Sonic Frontiers

Sonic Frontiers has been at the top of some fans’ game-anticipated lists. Sonic Frontiers is an open-world game with highly detailed graphics.  Time to collect those gold rings and have fun!

Release Date: 9 November 2022

  • God of War: Ragnarok

The game I’ve been waiting for since the PlayStation 4 God of War came out in 2018. God of War: Ragnarok is deemed to be the finale of the Norse Mythology saga where we will get to fight with Thor and perhaps Odin too.  But, the main question is, will Kratos’ son, Atreus become Loki and turn against Kratos? 

Release Date: 9 November 2022

  • The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me

If you’re not a horror fan, most probably you might not be into this. However, if you are a horror fanatic, The Dark Pictures Anthology is back! The Devil in Me will be the last story in the first season of the popular multiplayer survival horror series.

The premise of The Devil In Me is about a group of documentary filmmakers receiving a mysterious call. The person on the other end invites them to a modern-day replica of serial killer H.H Holmes’ Murder Castle.  They slowly begin to realize things are not quite as they seem and that they are being watched and manipulated.

Release Date: 18 November 2022

  • Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

If you’re a Pokemon fan, then Scarlet and Violet is one that you’d want to check out.  This will be the first installment in the ninth generation of the Pokémon video game series.  It follows the basic open-world gameplay structure of previous Pokémon games like Arceus.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will come out in November this year.

 

  • Warhammer 40K: Darktide

If you’re a Warhammer fan, then Darktide is something that might get you excited.  The upcoming Warhammer will focus on a squad of Inquisitorial Agents investigating a potential Chaos infiltration on the planet Atoma Prime in the Hive City of Tertium.  The game is said to resemble a similar approach to Destiny 2s campaign.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide is currently planned to release on 30 November 2022.

  • Marvel’s Midnight Suns 

Marvel’s Midnight Suns is definitely a big game, with a different style of gameplay. It’s a turn-based tactical role-playing game, which is a type of game that I don’t normally play. But, since it’s a Marvel game, I might give it a shot, just out of curiosity. Some of the heroes that you can choose to play with in Midnight Suns are Blade, Captain America, Spider-Man, and the First Appearance of a brand new character, The Hunter.

Midnight Suns will be coming out on 2 December 2022

  • The Callisto Protocol 

This game looks like Dead Space on steroids. Since the reveal, I’ve been stoked about this game and eagerly waiting to play this game. The Callisto Protocol is an upcoming survival horror published by PUBG’s Krafton. One of the biggest selling points for this game is that it’s running on Unreal Engine 5 and it’s directed by Glen Schofield, the co-creator for Dead Space.

Callisto Protocol is set to come out in December 2022.

 

  • Final Fantasy  XVI

If Final Fantasy is your favourite series then 2023 is a year you should be happy with. There’s not one but two Final Fantasy games coming next year. A Crisis Core remake and a brand new FF XVI game.

Final Fantasy XVI is set in the fantasy world of Valisthea, a place where people live in peace and prosperity thanks to mountains of crystal called the Mothercrystals. The world is controlled by six factions: the Grand Duchy of Rosaria, the Holy Empire of Sanbreque, the Kingdom of Waloed, the Dhalmekian Republic, the Iron Kingdom, and the Crystalline Dominion. The plot centres around the Eikons, who summoned monsters controlled by or manifesting through humans called Dominants.

The main characters include Clive Rosfield, Joshua Rosfield, and Jill Warrick. Final Fantasy XVI is set to release in the summer of 2023.

Final Fantasy 7: Crisis Core Reunion

If you haven’t played Crisis Core, it’s one of the best Final Fantasy games to have come out. It serves as a prequel to Final Fantasy VII and primarily focuses on Zack Fair, a member of the paramilitary organization SOLDIER. The game’s storyline takes the player from the war between the megacorporation Shinra and the people of Wutai to the events in Nibelheim, ending just before the beginning of Final Fantasy VII.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion will be coming out on 13 December 2022.

If you haven’t played Crisis Core, it’s one of the best Final Fantasy games to have come out. It serves as a prequel to Final Fantasy VII and primarily focuses on Zack Fair, a member of the paramilitary organization SOLDIER. The game’s storyline takes the player from the war between the megacorporation Shinra and the people of Wutai to the events in Nibelheim, ending just before the beginning of Final Fantasy VII.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy – Reunion is set to release on 13 December 2022.

  • Forspoken

It is an anticipated game, but based on its recent trailers and gameplay, it hasn’t really impressed me. The dialogue from the Gameplay reveal is a little cheesy. It might not be a game that I am really looking forward to, but it is something that I will check out when it comes out.

Forspoken is delayed to 24 January 2023.

  • Dead Space 

One of the best Survival Horror games to ever come out. At its time, the suspense, the scares and the gore are over the top with exquisite taste. 10 years later, Dead Space is coming out with a remake and I’m really excited about it. With detailed graphics with upgraded gameplay mechanics, the Dead Space remake is one remake to look out for.

Dead Space Remake is set to come out on 27 January 2023

  • Dead Island 2 

If you like zombie games then you’ll be familiar with Dead Island. After years of waiting, we now have a release date to look forward to. Dead Island 2 will take place a couple of months after the events of the first Dead Island game. The United States Armed Forces has put California under a full quarantine-restricted zone because of the new and stronger zombie outbreak. Features from the first game like “rage” and crafting systems will be back in this sequel.

Will Dead Island 2 be a game worthy to dethrone other zombie games like Last of Us or the Resident Evil series? Only time will tell. Dead Island 2 is set to release on February 2023.

  • Hogwarts Legacy 

Possibly one of the most beautiful-looking games coming out soon, Hogwarts Legacy is what every Harry Potter fan has been waiting for. An open-world game set in the Wizarding World where you grind your way to becoming a wizard as great as Harry Potter.

Hogwarts Legacy will be out on 10 February 2023.

  • Atomic Heart 

Atomic Heart looks like a pretty wicked FPS game set in the 1950s, dystopian Russia. In a way, it’s like Wolfenstein meets Halo or Control. From the trailers, it looks like there will be a tonne of jumpscares and Resident Evil-like combat systems. The game mechanics also look really good but there is a concern that it might follow in the footsteps of Cyberpunk 2077 with bugs that are hard to pass on. Either that or it’ll be a Game of the Year contender. Quite unlikely there’ll be an in-between.

Release Date: Winter 2023

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