Top 5 games to be released in 2020

Top 5 games to be released in 2020

New year bring us many games!

We are in 2020. I know that some of you are still recovering from the holidays, while others have not yet finished the New Year, so I will take you slowly at the beginning of the decade, not just the year and I will talk about five one of the best games we will enjoy over the next 12 months.

If 2019 marked not only the end of a decade, but of a whole generation of consoles, 2020 will bring with it a flourishing of the industry. Even if the holidays are just going to happen, I can’t wait to be very anxious when it comes to the next generation of consoles, especially since we already have enough details to know what awaits us. But let’s see what we will play, both on the current generation, as well as on the next-gen and also, to see what titles will beat our gaming computers this year.


Cyberpunk 2077

It was impossible to talk about gaming and 2020 without addressing the elephant in the room: Cyberpunk 2077. The game that will cut our breath and represent the most ambitious project of CD Projekt Red (The Witcher series) will populate our PCs and consoles. on April 16th.

What this title promises us is a futuristic world in which technology plays an important role in people’s daily lives, I could say even vital and we will find ourselves thrown into Night City, a megalopolis where power is combined with the charm of change. body. You will be able to change your character as you like while exploring the map in search of the key to immortality. An ideal candidate for the title of the Game of the Year, even if we are not even close to launching it.


The Last of Us Part 2

The first game of this franchise was named by many gamers as the best game ever released. Even though I can’t necessarily support this idea, The Last of Us deserves its place in history, and Naughty Dog promises us that the second game will be better and more atmospheric than the first, so I expect only at good things.

Even if it were a perfect title to mark the launch of the PlayStation 5, it seems that those of us who own a PlayStation 4 will be able to enjoy it, so the official launch date is May 29th. Only good to have what to play during the lazy summer period.


Ghost of Tsushima

Similar to TLoU2, this game would be suitable for the new generation, but to the happiness of all we will be able to play on the PlayStation 4. The game is created by Sucker Punch Productions, the people in charge of the InFamous series and will be released exclusively on the console of the ones from Sony.

With the action on Tsushima Island in 1274, the game follows the last samurai, Jin Sakai during the first Mongol invasion of Japan. Jin will have to learn a new fighting style called The way of the Ghost in order to defeat the Mongol Empire in the fight for Japan’s freedom and independence.


DOOM Eternal

The next high caliber title that will see the light of day in the coming year is DOOM Eternal. Even though the game was originally due to be released in 2019, Bethesda moved the release date on March 20, 2020, so we have part of the first AAA game announced for spring of the new year.

In the style of the franchise, we will be in the shoes of DOOM Slayer, only this time we return to Earth, where life as we knew it changed after an invasion of demons. We will have to go through the fires of hell to discover the origins of the invasion and stop it.


Halo Infinite

If so far I have talked about games that will be released somewhere in the first half of the year, except for Ghost of Tsushima, I can’t help but mention Halo Infinite. The first confirmed game launch title for the Xbox Series X will send us on a new adventure in the winter of 2020.

Although from a narrative perspective, Halo Infinite could easily be called Halo 6, this game is more than that. It will be more like a reboot of the series that will introduce indigenous elements of the gaming world, yet keep the formula that made this series so popular and loved by fans the first person shooter games.

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