Most anticipated games of 2020

Even though 2020 has just begun, it will be a year with some amazing AAA titles for PC and other platforms. The gaming world is going to get a few amazing titles that will keep millions of players glued to their screens for months. Most of these games come with revolutionary graphics, gameplay, and new elements that will surely change the gaming world forever.

Without further ado, here are the most anticipated games that will be coming out by the end of the year.

  1. Halo Infinite

Halo is one of the legendary games with a huge following. It looks very promising and it’s finally a title where you get a better view of Halo’s universe and of course, master chef. The available trailers and gameplay videos look amazing, as the game is made using the new engine called Slipspace.

We just hope that the creators of the game have put the same effort into character development and the lore, rather than just the graphics and effects. The game will be hitting stores sometime this year, but the exact date is still unknown. Halo has come a long way since its early beginnings on the original Xbox.

  1. Ori and the Will of the Wisps

Coming out as the second game of the franchise, Ori and the Will of the Wisps is one of the most anticipated games of the year. The 2D platform game will look fantastic, with incredible effects, and a cool story that follows Ori on his journey through a beautiful yet scary world around him.

Some parts of the game offer breathtaking views, while other levels are filled with action and on-screen effects. No matter what happens, you must think fast and help Ori find his way through caves, forests, abandoned mines, and so on. The game will be released on Feb 11th, and we can’t’ wait to try it out.

  1. Half Life: Alyx

Now, this is one of those titles that are sure to change the world of gaming forever. We all remember the original Half Life series that turned out to be one of the most popular games of all time. The Half Life series promised an end to the story with Episode 3, but sadly, it never made it out of the studio.

After more than 10 years of flying under the radar, Valve is now back with a new Half Life game called Alyx. What’s revolutionary about this first-person shooter is that it’s strictly a VR game. The video trailer looks fantastic, and if the game itself looks half as good as the trailer, players from all over the world will go crazy about it. The game should hit the stores in March. Will the new Half Life game have what it takes to interest other developers into making VR games? We certainly hope so.

  1. Doom Eternal

When it comes to first-person shooters, Doom is one of the most popular titles ever. Defined by fast gameplay, crazy effects, and grim monsters, this is one of those games we keep coming back to all the time. The previous Doom game from 2016 has set the bar high, but judging from what we’ve seen so far, Doom Eternal looks very promising.

Unlike the previous Doom games that took place on Mars and Hell, this game is set on Earth during a massive invasion of demons. Your character will get more upgrades and abilities that will provide you with multiple choices as you play. Doom Eternal was supposed to be released in March, but the recent delay will extend the date to May 2020.

  1. Dying Light 2

There was a huge increase in zombie-themed games in the past few years and Dying Light was definitely one of the best such titles so far. The unique combination of hardcore FPS elements and realistic parkour movement won the hearts of millions of players around the world.

Dying Light 2 takes place 20 years after the original game, in a world where zombies rule humans. Apart from apparent graphics and gameplay improvements, the main feature of DL2 is the choice-based storyline. Everything you do in the world will affect the story and the entire world around you. We’ll just have to wait and see!

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