2020 has been a year where gaming has reached astronomical new heights. Lockdown has given many of us more time than ever to enhance or rediscover our love for gaming. It is also a big year for console launches, with the launch of the new Xbox Series X and PS5 coming up that is set to completely revolutionize the gaming industry.
These next generations of gaming consoles are focusing on power, speed, and jaw-dropping visuals, packed with complex specifications designed to give gaming a whole new dimension.
And what would new consoles be without revolutionary game launches to match?
There are several exciting new games set to launch, no matter which is your console of preference. Keep in mind that if you are spending hours on a screen, it is crucial that your eyes are in full health.
Check out this website for plenty of eyeglasses ideas to avoid eye strain while playing your console. Here are the top five games coming out in the next few months.
Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War
Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War is set to be released on the 13th of November and will be compatible with the Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, and PC.
It is the much-awaited sequel to the original Call of Duty: Black Ops and is set in the eighties during the cold war. The story in Black Ops is inspired by actual events and features locations such as the Soviet KGB headquarters, Vietnam, and East Berlin.
Multiplayer features new and returning game modes and a new game mode called “Fireteam,” which can be played by up to forty players.
Fifa 21 is due for release on the 9th of October for the PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch, and Stadia. It will then be released on the 10th of November for the Xbox Series X and the 12th of November for the PS5.
Fifa 21 is packed with features such as new agile dribbling, increased positional awareness to elevate footballers in-game intelligence, and creative runs such as directed runs, directed pass and go, and player lock.
It also has a re-imagined collision system and updates to the fundamentals of football throughout the game. There are in-depth detailing and an improved career mode that improves training, matches, and transfers.
Assassins Creed Valhalla
Set in the Viking times, play the game as Eivor (either male or female) who is on a quest from Norway to England where you will fight battles, lead raids, create alliances with other leaders to bring victory much more.
You can completely immerse yourself in a range of activities such as hunting, fishing, drinking competitions, or even flyting competitions – a method of verbally devastating rivals in verse, so nearly a Viking rap battle!
Halo Infinite is the sixth Halo Series main entry and the fourteenth game overall. Its release was delayed in August 2020, and it has now been pushed back until 2021 with an exact date to be confirmed.
It is available on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and Windows 10 PC. It is the most ambitious Halo game ever built and follows the Master Chief as he confronts the most ruthless foe he’s ever faced. The storyline itself is apparently set to be “much more human,” and the Master Chief will play more of a central role.
Watch Dogs Legion
The new Watch Dogs Legion is the third installment in the game series and is set to be released on the 29th of October 2020 on PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and Microsoft Windows.
The game itself will be set in an open world, in a fictionalized representation of London, with a choice of five main storylines. The game will feature a cooperative multiplayer option that allows up to four players to team up and work together.
Watch Dogs Legion is played from a third-person perspective, and missions can be freely undertaken at any time. Unlike other games within the series, this one allows you to recruit characters from all around the city, which you can make use of in the game.
These are some of the best games due to come out in the next few months. Which ones will you play?