Last Updated on February 12, 2024 by Saira Farman
Well, guys, single-play video games aren’t dead. If you are looking for some new video games without having to focus on a lot of jumping online, you might have come to the right place. Here, we’re going to kick off the 10 most anticipated upcoming video games for consoles and gaming PCs that have kept a lot of people around the world on their toes.
So, keep reading until the end to see the best of the best video games that are coming your way in 2020 and beyond.
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#1: The Last Of Us, Part 2
The Last of Us, Part 2 has been delayed once again due to the ongoing pandemic situation. Well, we all hope that it does not get delayed more than 19th June 2020. Previously, it was stated that this will be released for PS4 and PS4 Pro on the 29th of May 2020. But, alas, PlayStation has now confirmed the news on many social media platforms.
To be honest, The Last of Us, Part 2 is so close to us that we can whiff the clicker breathe.
#2: 12 Minutes
The game 12 Minutes was initially planned to be released in 2016. However, the developers thought more about refining the game and also on gaining public support for it, so it was planned that it’ll be released in 2020.
The gameplay of 12 Minutes was shown during the press conference of Xbox in 2019. So, you can say that this game is almost on the verge of being released.
#3: Tekken 8
Everyone who has played Tekken 7 knows that Jin is very determined to kill Kazuya. Jin thinks that by doing so, he will be able to end the war for the betterment of every player. We can expect a gruesome battle between Jin and Kazuya in this upcoming series of the most famous fighting game.
However, the Tekken 8 release date still remains a mystery for all its fans around the world.
#4: Halo Infinite
Have you also been waiting for Halo Infinite? Well, this game is expected to be released around the winter season in 2020. We do not know the exact date of the release but this sequel is going to be a pretty big deal for every fan.
So far, we have only been able to get our hands on brief trailers, and not much on the gameplay.
#5: Elden Ring
We are all hoping that gets released in 2020. Why? This game has been in the work for over 2 years now. Although, we have seen a trailer for it where we’ve been revealed the new open-world RPG, yet, the trailer did not show us any gameplay.
#6: Skater XL
Yes, Skater XL is coming to PS4 and they’ve said that it is going to come real soon. This game is just about skating slam city jam.
The final release of the game “Skater XL” will contain real-world locations that are based on the iconic skate spots from California to West Coast.
#7: Microsoft Flight Simulator
Now let’s talk about the Microsoft Flight Simulator. Microsoft made a lot of big announcements in 2019. One of the announcements included that the Flight Simulator will be returning in 2020. The game is set to be powered by Microsoft’s Azure cloud network and data. So, we can expect a lot of accuracy too now. Yes, we know that AI is continuously evolving, thus we will be getting accurate flight paths.
#8: Fallout 5
A lot of you might be thinking that will is the new Fallout 5 coming out, right? To be honest, it has been quite a while since we all have witnessed the bombs drop and have enjoyed a single-player game. The Fallout 5 release date has not been confirmed yet.
I guess it’s easy to expect the same gap that we witnessed between Fallout 3 and 4.
#9: Final FantasyVII Remake
Final Fantasy VII remake has given fans a taste of the upcoming remake. It is an RPG, which is available to download from the PlayStation store now so you can go for it. Yes, you should know this demo features a playable mission from early on in the game, including Cloud and Barrett’s and an early boss fight. That’s no joke.
But as was mentioned so you should know, the progress here will not carry over to the final version. But downloading the demo will grant access to an exclusive PS4 theme. So it’s worth a download. That’s it. The company will bring the Final Fantasy seven remake to Politician four on April 10th, 2020.
#10: Cyberpunk 2077
There was still work to be done. Like knights. It is massive. Full of stories and content in places to visit. But due to the sheer scale and complexity of it all, when it’s more time to finish politicizing, fixing, and polishing. It is said that Cyberpunk 2077 is one of many major video games played in 2020 and was recently delayed until September 17th for current generation platforms and the exoneration version is rumored, but not yet confirmed. So, you’ll have to wait for more to find out.