We’ve put together a list of games which has us looking at the calendar every so often.
Release date : 8 March 2016
Platforms: PC,Xbox One, PS4
Post apocalyptic world. Check. Squad based game play. Check. Mind blowing graphics. Check. Anticipation has only gone up since this game has been announced, revolving around a devastating pandemic which has swept through New York City – bringing it to its knees. In only days, without food or water, society has collapsed into chaos. The Division, an autonomous unit of tactical agents, is activated.
Release date: 11 March 2016
Platforms: PC, Xbox One, PS4
The iconic Agent 47 is back, succinctly put by the Christian Elverdam (creative director at IO-interactive) – “This is a true Hitman fantasy, a highly challenging, thinking person’s game where creativity is rewarded, You have the power and intelligence of Agent 47 at your fingertips and it is your choice whether to use brute force or orchestrate a genuine masterpiece of assassination.”
Release date: 5 April 2016
Platforms: Xbox One and PC
From the makers of the legendary Max Payne franchise comes an all new IP – Quantum Break. Expect more mind blowing mechanics, choice driven narrative and masterful story telling. April cant come soon enough 😦
Release date: 12 April 2016
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC
The famously difficult, or just bat shit crazy series that is Dark Souls. The third title in the famously difficult Dark Souls series, Dark Souls 3, is scheduled for release this April. All set to deliver sweaty palms and racing heartbeats – this one is for the hardcore gamers out there!
Release date: 26 April 2016
A game franchise which has sold an entire console generation on its strengths – Naughty Dog’s reputation for engaging story telling and marvelous set pieces – promise an unforgettable adventure with Nathan Drake and company after a full 4 years of the last release. We cant wait to shake the dust off our PS4 and get down for some adventuring.\m/
Release date: Spring 2016
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Windows PC
Quite unbelievably, this is Blizzard’s first FPS! Focused on multiplayer and releasing on multiple platforms – this just might be more than an experiment. Knowing Blizzard who gave us the EPIC Warcraft games Overwatch promises to be bucket loads of fun – from what we’ve seen of the ongoing beta.
The game is set on Earth in the future, when robots threaten humanity. You’ll play as one of six in a team, which will go head-to-head with a second team of six. You’ll be able to choose your character’s abilities and role classes, and you’ll be required to work closely with your teammates to win.
Release date: 13 May 2016
Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, PC
Finally out of development hell, Doom is all set to serve up hordes of minions from the netherworld. The initial trailers have us crossing out the calendar each day, waiting to get a taste of the latest reboot of the grand daddy of first person shooter games. This is where it all started folks!
Release date: 26 May 2016
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC
Ever since its initial release, Mirror’s Edge fans have been clamoring for a sequel. With a unique first person parkour driven game play – the sequel is one of the most anticipated games of 2016. We cant wait to see where Faiths story heads next.
Release date: June 2016
Platforms: PS4, PC
Imagine a universe which is procedurally generated. Now imagine that to have infinite planets and galaxies which can be explored. Stop imagining and check out No Man’s Sky – an incredibly cool-looking scifi game where planets and solar systems are built as you play, and each will be different from the next.
We cant wait for these games to release – tell us what’s got you excited or what we missed in the comments.