What a time to be alive! Video gaming is at an all time high and the video gaming industry has even surpassed the value of the music and video industry combined. We’ve seen some great video games in the past, and it looks like 2019 is going to raise the bar even higher. Let’s take a look at some projects that may or may not arrive in the next year.
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The Last of Us 2
The first one was critically acclaimed success and ever since the trailer for the second one dropped, people have been anxious for it. If it’s even half as good as the first one, it’ll blow everyone’s mind.
Red Dead Redemption 2 – PC Version
It’s Rockstar – you know this is coming sooner or later. PC players deserve to be cowboys too.
An anime/vampire Dark Souls? This looks like an action-packed heap of fun, with – of course – infuriating boss fights.
The first one wasn’t all that known, but it was a more than decent game. The second one looks like it’s going to turn it up a notch, so be sure to keep an eye on this one. It’s like a more realistic version of Borderlands!
Kingdom Hearts 3
Disney meets Final Fantasy – and we’ve been waiting for the third one for quite a while! Well, technically it’s more like the fifth (or sixth?) one, but you know what I mean.
Ori And The Will of the Wisps
This gorgeous platformer is getting a sequel that’ll be sure to keep us entertained for several hours once more.
The Wolf Among Us – Season 2
No one expected this one to come, especially since the first was released back in 2013. If you’re into storytelling and a darker version of classic fairy tales, this one might be for you.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
It’s the new game by FromSoft, the guys that gave us Dark Souls. Not much is known about it, apart from the fact that it’s sure to cause some controllers being thrown against walls again.
Devil May Cry 5
And we all thought this series was getting rebooted after DmC, huh? Well, apparently they’re moving on with number five now, and Nero and Dante look ready for action!
An open world cyberpunk first-person RPG from the developers that made The Witcher 3. This can only be good. Very good.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
The base game was Capcom’s best selling game to date and the expansion is going to add more of the stuff we love: monsters to carve up for weapons and armor!