The most anticipated PlayStation, Xbox, and Pc Games of 2021

2020 saw some amazing games released but 2021 looks even more promising. Let’s take a look at the most anticipated PlayStation, PC, and Xbox titles of 2021.

This PlayStation exclusive is probably the most anticipated title of 2021. The God of War series is the Crown Jewel of PlayStation studios and its next chapter will be bigger than ever. 

God of War: Ragnarok

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After Horizon: Zero Dawn’s astounding success, Forbidden West takes the saga to the next level as Aloy journeys to find the source of a mysterious plague

Horizon: Forbidden West

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This timed PlayStation exclusive impressed the fans when it was first unveiled at the PlayStation event. Its unique art style, gameplay, and story are something to look forward to.

Deathloop

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Ratchet and Clank is a longstanding PlayStation exclusive where their next adventure takes them to different dimensions. Additionally, there is also a female Lombax teased by the creators which makes it even more exciting.

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

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Gran Tourismo to PlayStation is what Forza is to Xbox. GT 7 was unveiled at the PlayStation console reveal where fans were blown away by the visual fidelity of the game.

Gran Tourismo 7

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Returnal is another PlayStation exclusive set to release on March 19, 2021. The game follows the story of a scientist battling her way through scores of aliens as she is stuck in a time loop on an alien planet.

Returnal

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The Halo franchise is Xbox’s magnum. After being criticized for its graphics at the trailer reveal, the developers decided to delay the game to 2021. Hopefully, this Xbox exclusive will be better than ever at launch.

Halo: Infinite

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Rare’s Everwild is another project that impressed the fans at the Xbox Games Showcase. The unique visuals, stunning character art, and a rather unique and unknown storyline make this game one to look forward to.

Everwild

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The Medium is a psychological horror game developer by Bloober Team. Being a timed Xbox exclusive, the game has a unique dual-reality system that allows players to experience the real world and the spirit world simultaneously, along with spine-chilling visuals.

The Medium

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Far Cry 6 was the best part of the Ubisoft Forward event, mainly because of Giancarlo Esposito’s presence in the game. The popular TV villain fits in perfectly as a dictator in the game which makes this one of the most anticipated games of the year.

Far Cry 6

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The DC Fandome sent fans into meltdown by announcing Gotham Knights, which picks up after the Arkham Storyline. Players will be able to play as Robin, Red Hood, Nightwing and Batgirl in the game. 

Gotham Knights

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The next chapter in Agent 47’s bloody adventures has already intrigued the fans. Set to release on January 20, Hitman 3 will also be available in VR.

Hitman 3

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Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2 is one of those titles that has a very niche following. However, this game’s mechanics and story will definitely attract a lot more fans towards it. 

Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2

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Hogwarts Legacy was unveiled at the PlayStation Showcase but is not exclusive to the platform. The game takes us back to the 1800s, on a journey to experience Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry like never before. 

Hogwarts Legacy

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Ghostwire: Tokyo is an action-adventure horror game where players battle paranormal entities plaguing Tokyo. Its combat director has described the game as ‘karate meets magic’, which makes it a one of a kind experience. 

Ghostwire: Tokyo

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