We had a difficult time transitioning to remote working after the pandemic that struck the planet in 2020. Due to this, many projects were delayed for that year as well as for 2021. The good news is that 2022 will be jam-packed with thrilling video games that are well worth the purchase.
If you’re planning what video games to play in 2022, have a look at our list below. Additionally, we have a few first-person shooter games that we think you should be paying attention to lint from a pocket This year and beyond, the PC will see a tonne of amazing games. Whatever your gaming love, there is plenty to look forward to, from impending triple-A games to highly anticipated treasures.
There are many new PC games to add to your wishlist regardless of the platform you prefer, including Steam, Epic, Ubisoft Connect, or Origin. Along with upgrades to your favorite RPGs, shooters, and cooperative masterpieces, these new games feature cutting-edge games with ray tracing capabilities. Here is a list of video games that we have seen and are looking forward to. You will be, too, we’re certain.
With the release of Overwatch 2, the first game will be replaced and certain changes made. The game is switching from 6 versus. 6 to 5 vs. 5, and there will be a battle pass system for a while. Visit our guide to learn more about these and other fascinating changes.
A Plague Tale: Requiem
Travel with Amicia and Hugo through a harsh world plagued by hazards. Fight, skulk, and unleash the vast rat swarm as you attempt to survive despite all odds.
Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed
You can play as either the ghosts or the ghostbusters in the amusing asymmetrical multiplayer game Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed. Either haunt a location or go ghost hunting.
Ebb Software is creating the atmospheric horror adventure game Scorn. It has failed to emerge even though its initial release date was set for 2018. It draws inspiration from the works of H.R. Giger, who worked on the Alien movie’s special effects. Fans of the genre will like the spine-tingling atmosphere and horrifying imagery that is shown in the video.
After Batman’s death, Gotham City must be protected from the demons wreaking havoc on the streets by Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood, and Robin.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II
The sequel to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is coming. This is the follow-up to 2019’s Modern Warfare, and it features the return of a number of dependable fan favorites, which should delight COD fans. We’re eager to find out what Infinity Ward means when they say the game will be revolutionary.
Skull & Bones
The success of Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag increased interest in high seas hijinks centered on piracy. Since then, there have been games like Sea of Thieves and the hilarious Blackwake, but Ubisoft’s Skull & Bones is causing a stir as it approaches release. Become the pirate commander of your dreams and engage in sea battles alone or with up to five other players. It’s time to prepare the mainsail and grease the gangplank for a beautiful night of drinking and merriment.
Company of Heroes 3
Company of Heroes will return. This time, you’ll be in charge of ground, air, and naval forces during a campaign in the Mediterranean. This brand-new entry in the franchise promises authentic new gameplay features in addition to all the Company of Heroes favorites including multiplayer, a narrative, and skirmishes. Company of Heroes 3 should be a delight for any series fan thanks to new soldier animations, improved AI, realistic squad reactions, and a destructible terrain. The African campaign is shown in a fresh cinematic video, along with a detailed look at gameplay.
Goat Simulator 3
In a humorous announcement, Coffee Stain said that it is already working on Goat Simulator 3, ignoring Goat Simulator 2 altogether. Although we hope this game doesn’t take as long to release, the trailer is hilarious and reminds us of Dead Island 2. The most recent trailer makes a pre-ordering sound like pre-udder and shows off the game’s absurdity in a humorous way.
Warhammer 40,000: Darktide
The marketing for Warhammer 40,000: Darktide calls it a “visceral” four-player co-op action game with plenty of FPS action as well. In this game, you and your companions will be fending off hordes of adversaries to protect the city before it is overrun by Chaos. This Warhammer 40K game’s release date has been postponed somewhat from its planned date earlier this year.
Return To Monkey Island
The game we’ve been waiting for is finally here. Monkey Island 3: LeChuck’s Revenge is the sequel to The Secret of Monkey Island and Monkey Island 2. Adventure is coming!
An oddball, bloody, and generally awesome-looking first-person shooter set in an alternate universe deep within the Soviet Union. The character of a special agent who has been delivered a top-secret object and is frantically attempting to figure out what’s going on will be played by players. If nothing else, the game’s strange animals, robots, and a wide variety of customizable weapons make it seem intriguing.
The next Forza Motorsport game is coming out five years after the seventh installment. By another name, this is essentially Forza Motorsport 8. The return of various venues, including Maple Valley, Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, and Laguna Seca Raceway, will be welcomed by fans of the series. Things should stay exciting because the latest Motorsport release also promises dynamic lighting and weather conditions.