Hottest Games To Look Out For In 2016
The New Year looks promising but what does it have in store for the gamers? We have compiled a list of games that will be released this year, how about we take a look!
Eagle-eyed fans have spotted the name ‘Rider’ in the latest trailer so we might already have a name for our hero who will be exploring the Andromeda galaxy. Research and exploration will apparently be key and we’ll be seeing the return of Mass Effect’s Mako vehicle which Bioware has confirmed will be far more fun to steer. Reassuring.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
Nathan Drake’s final gun-toting adventure from Naughty Dog will be here in a matter of months. In March, we’ll be back in control of his half untucked-ness as he joins his presumed dead brother and returns to treasure hunting after three years in retirement.
Drake’s latest promises not only to deliver a fitting farewell for the PlayStation action hero but even offers dialogue trees, and an explosive multiplayer with an interesting addition of mystical items that mean you can literally set ghosts on your enemies. Handy.
Tom Clancy’s The Division
It’s been a long time since it was announced all the way back at E3 2013 but Ubisoft Massive’s open world, gun-packed, RPG is finally handing over control of pandemic struck New York. On none other than Black Friday – we knew it was a bad thing – a virus infects the city, effectively collapsing society.
Tactics and online co-op are key as you and your fellow special agents reclaim control. The game uses the Ubi developed Snowdrop Engine that focuses specifically on environmental realism to bring even more bite to those infamous New York winters. Wrap up warm for this one.
Got time to kill? You do now. This long-awaited Xbox One exclusive from Max Payne and Alan Wake devs Remedy sees leading man Jack Joyce both freeze and speed up time while dishing out bullet packed justice.
This is no mere fancy shooter either. Remedy has, err, shot more than an hour and a half of live action footage starring actors such as Game Of Thrones’ Aiden Gillen and Lost’s Dominic Monaghan. These mini star-packed episodes will play as cut scenes that are dependent on decisions you make throughout the game.
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by techtalks @TechTalks January 28, 2016 4:49 AM UTC