Upcoming And Highly Anticipated Games

Here are some of the most anticipated video games in 2018:

Red Dead Redemption 2

Rockstar’s first attempt at an open-world Western adventure with Red Dead Redemption was very well received, and it’s no wonder why a second game is on its way. However, this is a prequel story with Arthur Morgan in the middle of it all, as well as the Van der Linde gang. Based on scenes from the trailer, don’t expect anything less than the same excitement the previous release offered. In fact, it looks like there is going to be more of everything. It should also be noted that Red Dead Redemption 2 features a new experience for online multiplayer.

Expected Launch Date: Spring 2018

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One

A Way Out

If you are looking for a game with a twist, A Way Out might just be what you are looking for. This is a mandatory co-op game, putting you and your partner into the roles of Vincent and Leo. Both of you are in prison, and by working together, you need to find an escape route. If the trailer is anything to go by, the types of situations you’ll be facing keeps the suspense high and the adrenaline pumping. Plus, if you and your partner can’t work together, there’s no breaking out.

Expected Launch Date: March 23, 2018

Platforms: PS4, PC, Xbox One

Kingdom Hearts 3

Not too much information about Kingdom Hearts 3 has been released yet. However, it can be confirmed that Sora, Goofy, and Donald Duck are set to go where they haven’t gone before. In other words, they’ll be visiting worlds not yet seen or explored. In terms of Toy Story and other Disney favorites, they will be getting their own uniquely themed levels within the game structure. It’s been longer than a decade since the sequel was released, and thanks to Disney’s D23 Conference in July, a few more details about the game can be seen. For example, there were miniature toy-sized versions of the characters taking the fight to the bad guys and holding meetings in Andy’s bedroom.

Expected Launch Date: 2018

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One


Metro: Exodus

For gamers looking for dark and isolated situations, Metro: Exodus embodies all these and more. Set in a post-apocalyptic Moscow, you have to survive the onslaught of creatures not even your nightmares can compare to. This is a horror/survival release by 4A Games, and the plot of the game is inspired by the best-selling novel by Dmitry Glukhovsky, entitled Metro 2035.

Expected Launch Date: Fall 2018

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

God Of War

Yes, Kratos is coming back in 2018, and he’s bringing his son, Atreus, with him. Still living as a man among gods, Kratos is handing down his skills to his son. And as the trailer makes it very clear, the dynamic between the two is going to be the hook for the game. In fact, there is a good reason to believe that Atreus can become a valuable asset when slaying beasts, given that his warnings to his father of impending danger can be heard during the trailer. Five years after the last God of War game was released, it’s about time for the story to continue.

Expected Launch Date: Early in 2018

Platforms: PS4

Far Cry 5

Another franchise that has enjoyed a lot of popularity is Far Cry. The scenery is always majestic and enthralling, even when the game takes place in rural Montanan. The mission this time around involves a violent cult and destroying what is called The Project at Eden’s Gate. All the things you loved the first four times are there, and the polished weapon system is something to look forward to.

Expected Launch Date: March 27, 2018

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Another game of note is gangster thriller Narcos, being developed by Curve Media according to Amiqus it’s going to be a big game for 2018 when released