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Here’s the list of the games expected to be out in 2022

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Whatever style of game you choose, there are plenty of large and intriguing Xbox titles to look forward to next year and beyond.

In this article, we will look through what we believe to be the most important Xbox One titles coming out in 2022 and beyond.

Dying Light 2

Techland’s original Dying Light was a stunning combination of parkour-based navigation and hack-and-slash action wrapped up in the drama of the zombie apocalypse. It was a more developed version of the developer’s prior attempts with Dead Island, and it succeeded in demonstrating an ambitious sense of vastness and cruelty while barreling through Harran’s shattered streets. Many of the original’s core qualities for free-form navigation, melee combat, and terrifying confrontations with the undead are carried over into Dying Light 2.

While the sequel intends to grow larger, with a map that eclipses the original, the most notable difference is its approach to narrative. Your choices in Dying Light 2 have the potential to irreversibly affect the trajectory of the greater plot, as well as influence the shape of the planet itself. Dying Light 2 is already shaping up to be a major step forward from the original, combining free-form navigation and fighting with an RPG-style narrative that will guarantee your choices have a substantial impact on the universe.

The Elden Ring

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Since the release of Demon’s Souls in 2009, developer From Software has drastically reshaped themselves, transitioning from a niche power to a true AAA force in the games industry. Their characteristic high-risk, high-reward gameplay has spawned a slew of knock-offs over the years. Elden Ring’s intriguing teaser, which debuted at E3 2019, depicted a conflicted planet. While the sights and narrative of the Dark Souls trilogy are familiar, the scope of Elden Ring is substantially greater and leans more toward Norse mythology symbolism. Elden Ring has many of the traditional components of a Souls game, but with a greater emphasis on worldbuilding.

As it turns out, George R.R. Martin, the author of A Song of Ice and Fire, which inspired HBO’s Game of Thrones, cooperated with From Software on the game’s overarching plot. With an open-world setting realised by Martin’s narrative and based on From Software’s Souls gameplay, Elden Ring might be a significant step forward for the developer, as well as perhaps for the famed sub-genre.

Diablo IV

Diablo IV was perhaps the biggest reveal of Blizzard’s annual BlizzCon event in 2019. It’s been seven years since Blizzard’s last meaningful entry in the action-RPG genre, and the company introduced the game with a gloomy, gruesome teaser that provided at least some idea of what to anticipate from the upcoming release. Blizzard is pursuing a darker, more horror-oriented approach with Diablo IV, drawing heavily on fan-favourite Diablo II—including the return of ancient classes like the Druid. It also keeps several Diablo III elements, such as seasonal content and a new take on Adventure mode.

The most noticeable difference is Blizzard’s emphasis on making Diablo IV seem more like a live-service game. Its overworld will be open to the public, and you may expect to meet other characters as you explore the wilderness and fight foes. There will also be public events and global bosses to vanquish with the assistance of strangers. Dungeons will still be instanced for you and your group, but the addition of additional players in the short demo we played at BlizzCon made Sanctuary seem more like a live world besieged by evil than previous titles. The only problem is that we don’t know when Blizzard plans to release Diablo IV, and by all accounts, it won’t be in gamers’ hands anytime soon.

The Elder Scrolls VI

Bethesda presented The Elder Scrolls VI with Bethesda Title Studios’ next big game, Starfield, during E3 2018. While the famous developer’s next game will be a space-travelling RPG, fans are looking forward to returning to the universe of Elder Scrolls. The only glimpse we got of The Elder Scrolls VI was a panoramic picture of one of Tamriel’s countries, with that famous, triumphant music swelling in the backdrop. Aside from that, we know very nothing about the game. According to Bethesda Softworks VP Pete Hines, the game will not be released for a long time. Still, we can’t deny that we’re looking forward to returning to the Elder Scrolls world. Following Microsoft’s acquisition of ZeniMax, it is probable that the franchise will make a huge comeback on future platforms, with a more modern appearance.

Overwatch 2

Since the game’s first release in 2016, fans have been clamouring for more from Overwatch. The team-based shooter is set in a vivid environment, but Blizzard has so far restricted that world to cinematics and side stuff, with little context available in the game. That’s changing with Overwatch 2, which builds on the original’s core team-based multiplayer and adds a slew of new features on top of it. Blizzard’s successor to the original game contains a single-player storey mode as well as cooperative options that promise to make the Overwatch environment more immersive than it has been thus far.

According to Blizzard, there will be a lot more to Overwatch 2, but it doesn’t mean original Overwatch gamers will be left behind. Blizzard is keeping the competitive aspect of Overwatch 2 compatible with the original, ensuring that the competitive community remains intact even if some players upgrade to the sequel. Overwatch 2 appears to be giving gamers what they want while retaining everything that they already appreciate about Blizzard’s shooter.

Starfield

The first new IP from Bethesda Game Studios in 25 years will be released on November 22nd, and we are quite thrilled about it.

After creating a reputation for itself with fantasy games featuring dragons such as Skyrim, Bethesda is shifting its focus to the sci-fi genre with Starfield, an RPG about the allure of exploring the big unknown.

“It’s got a more realistic, science-based backing to it. Whereas Skyrim is sort of epic fantasy, this is a more grounded game and a grounded setting about exploration. So I think that gives us a different take on how we make everything,” art director Matt Carofano said recently.

Assassin’s Creed Infinity

The Assassin’s Creed franchise will expand significantly with the creation of a new game known as Assassin’s Creed Infinity. According to Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, it would have all the components of the game that fans know and love, as well as live-service functionality. The game would ostensibly have several historical settings, which would be a significant change for the franchise. Assassin’s Creed Infinity is still a long way off, with no release date set until 2024 at the earliest. Despite the far-off release date, it’s one of our most eagerly awaited forthcoming games, and we can’t wait to see more.

Grand Theft Auto V

Grand Theft Auto V, the enduringly popular open-world action game, will be released on next-generation consoles in 2022. The game will be released for Xbox Series X in March 2022, a year later than the originally announced intended release date of Fall 2021. GTA 5 on Xbox Series X will benefit from the console’s greater horsepower, which will result in speedier loading times and improved visuals. For those who merely want to enjoy the online multiplayer component of Rockstar’s masterpiece, a solo edition of GTA Online is also on the way.

Rainbow Six: Extraction

Ubisoft is returning to the Tom Clancy franchise with a new game, Rainbow Six Extraction, after experiencing enormous, continuous success with Rainbow Six Siege. The game, which is set to be released on Xbox Series X in January 2022, incorporates a variety of features and components from Siege. Ubisoft, on the other hand, thinks that Siege and Extraction are distinct enough to appeal to separate audiences. In Extraction, for example, players form alliances to battle against alien foes. Extraction is a low-cost ($40) game that contains Buddy Pass tokens that you can gift to friends, allowing them to play as much as they want for free for two weeks.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, developed by Rocksteady, the UK company behind the Batman: Arkham series, is coming to Xbox Series X. It’s the studio’s first new game since 2015’s Arkham Knight, so we’re eager to get our hands on it. Members of the Suicide Squad from the movie and books, such as Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Boomerang, and King Shark, appear in the game. Kill the Justice League is a 1-4 person co-op game that sends players on a quest to… kill the Justice League. Intriguingly, Rocksteady’s Sefton Hill has stated that some of the storey lines from the Arkham trilogy would be carried over to the next game, albeit the specifics remain unknown. We’re looking forward to seeing more of the game and eventually playing it in 2022.

The Hogwarts Legacy

To make you feel ancient, the Harry Potter series will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2021. The magical fantasy franchise isn’t slowing down, with a new open-world game called Hogwarts Legacy set to release in 2022 on Xbox Series X. Hogwarts Legacy, set in the 1880s at the famed magical institution, allows players to pick a house and then become a witch or a wizard as they go on a voyage of magic and mystery. J.K. Rowling, the series’ contentious author, is not actively participating in the project.

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