New Games We Can Look Forward to in 2021 and Beyond

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The first half of the year started slowly when it came to game releases. But as we approach the end of 2021, more releases are being announced. They are turning a “quiet” year into an exciting one, full of the most awaited video game releases in years. 

With recent releases like FIFA 22 or Far Cry 6, developers have everyone at the edge of the seat, waiting to try all the fantastic video games produced at this moment. We cannot wait to try games like Call of Duty Vanguard or Halo Infinite and learn hacks to improve the gaming experience; check out Guided Hacking here.

If you want to know which games are coming out in the next few months and more, look no further, we’ve got this covered!

Back 4 Blood

This first-person shooting game developed by Turtle Rock Studios will be seeing the light on October 12. It is considered a spiritual sequel to Left 4 Dead. Since it is being developed by the same group of talented creators that made the past game, the franchise fans are waiting for nothing but an engaging game full of exciting moments. 

This game will be available for PS4 and 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows.

Guardians of the Galaxy

The adventure/action game developed by Eidos-Montréal will be released on October 26. This exciting new game is based on Marvel Comics’ Guardians of the Galaxy book series. The player can take control of Peter Quill from a third-person perspective. You can utilize the powers of Star-Lord and issue commands to the rest of the titular team, including Gamora, Rocket Racoon, Drax the Destroyer, and Groot. 

This game is available for PS4 and 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, and Microsoft Windows. 

Age of Empires 4 

This real-time strategy game developed by Relic Entertainment is planned to be available for the public on October 28. The fourth release of the Age of Empires series will be set in the Middle Ages, during the Norman Conquest of England. The game’s dynamic is similar to the other releases, with a few improvements. 

This game is only available for PC. 

Call of Duty: Vanguard

The first-person shooting video game developed by Sledgehammer Games is scheduled to be released on November 5. The fifth release of the Call of Duty arc based on World War II will include similar dynamics to those introduced in Modern Warfare but can make more strategic moves. 

This game is available for PS4 and 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows.

Forza Horizon 5

This racing game developed by Playground Games will be available for everyone on November 9. The to-be-released game is the twelfth part of the Forza Horizon series. It is set in a fictional version of the streets of Mexico, being advertised as one of the most dynamic and diverse map designs they have done so far. 

This game is available for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. 

Halo Infinite 

The first-person shooting video game developed by 343 Industries is scheduled to be released on December 8. Being the sixth main release of the Halo series and the sixteenth entry of the Halo game overall, it resumes the storyline of the Master Chief where it was left in Halo 5: Guardians. 

This game is available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Microsoft Windows. 

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Conclusion

This year will be closing big, with new releases from some of the most long-lived video games of the modern era, so make sure to keep track of them. We’re sure you won’t be disappointed with these great releases!