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10 Most Anticipated Games of 2022

Many games have delayed release dates in 2022 due to the pandemic by replacing the schedule in 2022. Developers are competing to present cinematic trailers to attract players. So many games to look forward to this year. Well, if you’re curious about which games are the most anticipated this year, let’s look at the following list.

1. Pokemon Legends: Arceus

Perhaps the first major game release of 2022 will be Pokemon Legends: Arceus. This game focuses more on open-world than RPG. This game takes time in the distant past before Sinnoh was properly recognized as Sinnoh. This leads to the exploration of new evolutions (such as Kleavor, a Scyther evolution that doesn’t exist in modern times), new stories, and new modes of combat.

2. Elden Ring

An unlikely duo collaborate on one of the most anticipated games of the year. Hidetaka Miyazaki, creator of Dark Souls, has teamed up with A Song of Ice and Fire writer George RR Martin for Elden Ring. (So ​​this is what he did instead of completing Winds of Winter.) An ambitious open-world RPG set in a medieval land filled with dragons and demigods.

3. Horizon Forbidden West

Horizon Forbidden West will follow Aloy’s journey to find his mother and reveal the secret of how America was destroyed and rebuilt. Forbidden West not only promises to answer some of the hanging questions about Aloy but also to lean on an eco-conscious mission, which sends him into beautiful underwater environments and atop stunning mountains to fight threats to the planet.

4. Forspoken

The developers of Final Fantasy 15 have teamed up with a formidable crew of writers that includes Gary Whitta (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) and Amy Hennig (Uncharted games) for an open world fantasy RPG. When a young New Yorker named Frey yearns for something in life, he is suddenly transported to the land of Athia. The Athia people welcome him as a savior who must fight the evil forces that terrorize the land.

5. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

It has to be said that Disney entrusted Ubisoft Massive with the open-world RPG Star Wars after seeing Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. That’s pretty strong praise for a game that hasn’t seen much of the public yet, but is expected to release for this year. Frontiers of Pandora is an open-world action-adventure game that takes a first-person perspective. This game is centered on the battle between the Na’vi and RDA.

6. Dying Light 2: Stay Human

The zombie Parkour game is back, after seven years the sequel has finally been released. The game is still focused on jumping across rooftops and avoiding zombies. The game also offers a big story upgrade. Dying Light 2 Stay Human has been in the public eye for some time, as more open-world zombie games have been popular in the past, and it follows the first game with the new ambition of a breathing and living world. The dead aren’t the only enemies, and it will be interesting to see how Dying Light 2 brings new life back into the old formula.

7. Sifu

Sifu not only highlights the beauty of kung fu but also offers an innovative twist on the fighting gameplay: Whenever a playable character dies, he returns as an older version of himself, a metaphor for the experiences we gain as we age. There’s a unique twist to the classic kung-fu story about hunting down and defeating the enemy who killed the protagonist’s family.

8. Lord of the Rings: Gollum

Lord of the Rings fans have been waiting for Gollum for quite some time. This game takes the perspective of Gollum before the events of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Given that the ring-obsessed ex-hobbit has always preferred sneakers to a fighter, the game focuses on stealth rather than hack and slash encounters with orcs.

9. The Legend of Zelda: Bearth of the Wild 2

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 or whatever the proper title is. It’s one of the most interesting, influential and innovative games of the decade. This game will be a continuation of the previous game. Breath of the Wild 2 is brilliant with its amazing explorations.

1o. Nightingale

Nightingale is the debut game of Inflexion Games, the new studio of former BioWare general manager Aaryn Flynn. It is a shared world survival/crafting game set in the magical world of “Victoria gaslamp fantasy” where the player becomes a Realmwalker, surviving a magical catastrophe. They will travel to various dangerous realms, accessible by portals, as they search for mankind’s last stronghold. Realmwalkers will be able to team up and cooperate with other players to gather materials and build large settlements, and build tools and weapons to fight monsters.