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04.01.2024

Top Games coming in 2024

2023 was a landmark year in the world of video games, notable for its introduction of genre-defining titles like "The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom" and "Baldur’s Gate 3." 

However, it was also a year of contrast, marked by significant layoffs in gaming companies, highlighting the industry's unpredictability.

Looking ahead to 2024, the gaming landscape is poised with a mix of excitement and cautious optimism. While the industry grapples with challenges such as controversies at major events like the Game Awards and ongoing labor disputes, the allure of new video game releases remains strong. Titles like "Hyper Light Breaker" and "Princess Peach: Showtime!" are eagerly anticipated for their promise of transporting players to vibrant and imaginative worlds.

The 2024 gaming roster includes familiar names from previous most-anticipated lists, such as "Skull and Bones" and "Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth," illustrating the often uncertain nature of game development timelines.

Among the upcoming 2024 releases, several titles stand out for their intriguing premises and innovative gameplay:

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Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth – This chapter of the Like a Dragon series takes players to Hawaii with Ichiban Kasuga and an eccentric group of allies, including characters with unique abilities like using a mop as a lethal weapon. Set for release on January 26 for PlayStation 4/5, Xbox, and PC, the game promises a blend of humor and adventure in a tropical setting.

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Tekken 8 – Continuing the legacy of the Tekken series, this installment introduces a diverse cast of characters, including leopard-men and cyborgs, in its signature over-the-top fighting style. An innovative Arcade Quest mode will be included, offering a tutorial-like experience. It's scheduled for January 26 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X, and PC.

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Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – This second part of the iconic Final Fantasy VII remake trilogy is expected to dazzle with its stunning visuals and reimagined score. Players will rejoin Cloud Strife and his allies in their battle against the villain Sephiroth. The game's release is set for February 29 on PlayStation 5.

Life By You – Poised as a strong competitor to The Sims, this game offers an unprecedented level of control over characters' lives, including the ability to influence their decisions and interactions. Set for a PC release on March 5, it promises deep player-led storytelling and experimentation.

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Dragon’s Dogma II – A sequel to the unique 2012 fantasy RPG, the game returns players to a world filled with mythical beasts and high drama. Customizable companions and epic battles against formidable foes like dragons and wraiths are key highlights. It's set for release on March 22 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X, and PC.

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Avowed – Developed by RPG veterans Obsidian, this first-person fantasy epic fills a gap left by the Elder Scrolls series, promising a rich story set in a world of magic and swords. Its release is anticipated in 2024 for Xbox Series S/X and PC.

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Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II – Building on its predecessor's exploration of mental illness through Viking mythology, this sequel continues Senua's harrowing journey, enhanced by the inclusion of new characters and challenges. Expected in 2024 for Xbox Series S/X and PC.

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Star Wars Outlaws – This open-world Star Wars game from Ubisoft Massive introduces players to Kay Vess, a space rogue adventuring with a land-axolotl companion across iconic planets from the Star Wars universe. Scheduled for 2024 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X, and PC, it promises a fresh take on the Star Wars experience.

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Stalker 2 – In this intense shooter, players navigate the perilous Zone, a land filled with dangerous creatures and sought-after radioactive artifacts. The game emphasizes survival in a hostile world where the player is just another vulnerable inhabitant. It's expected in Q1 2024 for Xbox Series S/X and PC.

The 2024 gaming lineup, with its blend of long-awaited sequels and innovative new entries, holds the promise of another thrilling year in the gaming world, provided that delays are kept to a minimum.