So far, 2022 has been a very good year and already has Horizon Forbidden West, Elden Ring, Gran Turismo 7 and many other releases. But they say the past is a museum – the 2022 Games can’t be said to be old … it’s just the power of words, so players are looking forward to what happens.
What if you look out the window of the future? Watch the most anticipated games of the second half:
God of War: Ragnarok (no confirmed date)
One of the most anticipated games of the year for PlayStation fans, God of War promises to continue the unforgettable adventures of Ragnarok 2018 game. Cruel actions and conspiracies against Odin’s family.
Final Part I (September 2)
The Last of Us I Part is a full remake of the original game and includes next-generation visuals adapted for PS5 hardware. Joel and Ellie’s epic journey includes improved management and accessibility, as well as reconnaissance and combat enhancements, including the animated Left Behind DLC with Naughty Dog’s new graphics engine.
Hogwarts Legacy (no confirmed date)
The Hogwarts Legacy turns players into students at the Hogwarts School of Magic and Magic. On the activity-rich map, students explore the sights of the castle, learn Potion, Transfiguration, Herbology, and more, and battle magical creatures that threaten the stability of the magical universe. This title is one of the most anticipated games of the year by fans of the games and the Harry Potter franchise.
forgotten (October 11)
Forspoken is a Square Enix RPG action based on parallel realities. In the title, the actors play the role of Faye, a young American girl who is mysteriously brought into the realm of fantasy. Equipped with unique strengths and abilities, the girl has to return home to take care of the immortal creatures that have swept over Atia.
New Need for Speed (no confirmed date)
Developed by Codemasters and Criterion, but still without a release date, the new Need for Speed may be exclusive to the new generation and should make many improvements to the franchise, making it one of the most anticipated games in the saga. So far, there have been rumors that the climate change and the Chicago-inspired map highlight a large area for exploration.
Callisto Protocol (December 2)
The Callisto Protocol, developed by the creator of the Dead Space, is a science fiction space horror experiment on Jupiter. After being imprisoned in a high-security prison, Jacob Lee reveals the terrible secrets of the United Jupiter Company and must use his survival instincts to combat, avoid, or adapt to hidden threats.
Gotham Knights (October 25)
After Batman’s death, a team of Butgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood and Robin depended on him to protect Gotham and restore the hopes of the citizens. To do this, the team of Gotham Knights characters must solve mysteries, defeat classic villains and take part in epic encounters – all with improved team dynamics and a special RPG system.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II (October 28)
Fans of Modern War II expect explosions, intensity and many attempts. Task Force 141 is back in one of the most anticipated games of 2022 for revitalized missions and new engagement dynamics, including diving mechanics, covert intelligence, improved artificial intelligence and a never-before-seen event for a core campaign.
Plague Tale: Requiem (no confirmed date)
A direct sequel to Innocent Stories, The Plague Tale: The Requiem depicts Amisia and Hugo’s trip south. Determined to start a new life and to control Hugo’s curse, the brothers face a new night when these destructive forces awaken. Now they have to go to a mysterious, predicted island, which is the key to salvation.
Sonic Frontiers (no confirmed date)
Isolated on a mysterious island, Sonic must solve puzzles and run to save his friends. At Sonic Frontiers, the formula for a charismatic adventure franchise is developed in an “open zone” format where players must explore maps, unlock skills, defeat giant leaders, think, and find a goal in a single zone.
What games do you expect for the rest of the year? Are you planning to make a purchase at launch? Leave your feedback.