With the anticipation for the line up of this fall like Star Wars Battlefront, Fallout 4, Halo 5 and more (I’m so pumped for this year).
Let’s take a look for some of next year most anticipated games:
The release of this game being teased for a while now, DOOM (Used to be Doom 4 but they scrapped that) will finally make a comeback that hardcore fans have been praying for (About time!). The Doom franchise is known to be a cult classic of the trifecta of Gore, Guns and Demons, lots of it. And this time, it’s looking bigger than ever.
With the original developer, id Software, the game promises to have the same Doom aspects of the original game, which means that many beloved guns and enemies of the first game will be making a return. This will be one for the old gamers (Present).
Release Date: Spring 2016
2. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
Nathan Drake is back for one last Adventure (And Sully’s there too). The next installment in the treasure hunt franchise follows Drake three years after Uncharted 3, where he lives a normal retired-treasure-hunter life till his long lost brother seeks his help to find a lost pirate colony to find its hidden treasure (You know, Stuff like that happens all the time anyways).
Highly anticipated by fans of the franchise, Naughty Dog promises this to be Nathan’s “greatest adventure yet and test his physical limits, his resolve and his relationships.”
Release Date: March 28th 2016
3. Dishonored 2
After the critical and commercial success of the first, Bethesda announced Dishonored 2 at E3 this year, but this time, you can choose to play as Corvo or Emily, the girl you save in the first game.
The Dishonored series follows a play style that allows players the ability to choose how they want to play, you can kill everyone you see or go the whole game without killing anyone (Plus, you can stop time. How awesome is that?). This allows players replay value combined with the stealth mechanics that make the game what it is.
Release Date: 2016
4. Tom Clancy’s The Division
The Division is an open-world, third-person-shooter RPG that puts players in New York after it has been hit with a virus and players have to discover the source of the virus while dealing with the chaos after the pandemic.
As Division agents, you are tasked to take back New York from; Thugs, Ex-cons who are trying to take over the city and Cleaners in HAZMAT suits with flamethrowers burning everything and everyone. The game features a real time weather system that can be used to your advantages during fights.
Release Date: 2016
5. Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
Run, jump, climb and wall run your way in and out of hostile situations as the heroine, Faith. The sequel to the cult classic is set in the fictional world of Glass City (Where, surprisingly, everything is so vividly colorful), which is ruled by surveillance from the governments (So, they’re peeping Toms).
You are Faith, an adventurous carefree runner who goes against the regime by running around and avoiding bullets (but it looks so cool though).
Release Date: February 28th, 2016
6. Dues Ex Mankind Divided
Return Adam Jensen, with more upgrades and body augmentations. Based off the Dues Ex series, set in 2029, DEMD is a cyberpunk themed, FPS RPG with third person elements about a futuristic world where body augmentations is normal but after the events of the previous game, the people have been brainwashed by the Illuminati to hate augmentations (Wait, we’re going be fighting the illuminati? YES!).
Release Date: February 23th, 2016
These are just some of the games to play for the upcoming year. If you agree, let us know. (Guess, there goes my social life for the next. I’m just going to hide in.)