We saw everything from fantastic RPGs like Dragon Age: Inquisition to open-world first-person shooters like Far Cry 4 and everything in between.
There is a lot of superb games to be released by next year. As a matter of fact, there will be 10 most awaited video games to be launched in the first two quarters of 2015 alone, which will be the best time for the gamers to upgrade to a PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
Release Date: January 27 | Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC
Dying Light is the next zombie-infested game from Techland, the developer of Dead Island. Dying Light is different from Dead Island in some areas. they are both first-person, open-world zombie games which focuses mainly on fray actions, but Dying Light features freerunning.
Release Date: February 10 | Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC
From the developer of the amazing Left 4 Dead comes Evolve, a five-player, four-versus-one shooting game. Basically, a team of four hunters comprised of different classes like trappers and medics take on a fifth player who controls a giant monster. The beast can eat wildlife spread across the diverse maps to grow bigger and stronger, while the hunters must use their abilities cooperatively to take the creature down. Sounds like a fun time to me, no matter what side I’m on.
The Order: 1886
Release Date: February 20 | Platform: PS4
The most captivating thing about The Order: 1886 is its peculiar assumptions: It’s 1886 in London, and you play as a knight in an order of protectors sworn to keep the world safe from monsters half man and half animal. The knights aren’t completely human, with rapid-healing abilities through drinking a substance called Black Water and special powers due to the steampunk-like setting the game takes place in. With an intriguing plot, setting, cast of characters and gameplay, The Order is shaping up to be one interesting game.
Release Date: March 17 | Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, PC
The Battlefield series is doing something new to get the upper hand in its eternal battle for dominance over Call of Duty. Battlefield Hardline takes the fight from ruined and wretched war zones to the streets of Los Angeles and Miami in cops-versus-robbers shootouts. In Hardline, you will play either a criminal or a police officer. It’s definitely a new direction for the series, but one that might pay off big.
Release Date: March 24 | Platforms: PS4
From the people who made the notorious Dark Souls series, brings PlayStation 4 owners Bloodborne in 2015. Bloodborne is a third-person fantasy RPG full of dark and harsh undertones. Players will have to be proactively offensive this time to survive a lot and consistent waves of enemies they’ll face. But will the game end up being as punishing and ruthlessly difficult as Dark Souls? Let’s find out.
Mortal Kombat X
Release Date: April 14 | Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, PC
I guess we’ve all played a Mortal Kombat game by now, right? The fight is brutal, as are the unique and sickening fatalities each character can pull off. What’s new in this series is the ability to interact with the environment which can be used as a weapon. The energy meter from the previous game returns, which allows the fighter to use special xray moves to see the shattering bones of your opponent when you beat him to death.
Mighty No. 9
Release Date: April | Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, PS3, Xbox 360, 3DS, PSVita, PC
An indie studio headed by former Capcom producer Keiji Inafune, took to Kickstarter to fund Mighty No. 9. This is Mega Man in all but name, featuring the two-dimensional action of a blue hero with special powers. If you’ve ever loved a Mega Man game, Mighty No. 9 should be on your list.