Upcoming PC And Console Games 2020

After playing dozens of games at the VulkanVegas casino live section, you may want to take a short break and try a couple of PC and console games too. Well, we are here to help you: Only 5 months left to say goodbye to 2020, but we still have the chance to play AAA quality games. We have prepared a list of games that will be released in summer, autumn, and winter for you. If you can’t decide what to play, choose a game below and start waiting.

Horizon: Zero Dawn

If you don’t want to wait too long, you can start with Horizon: Zero Dawn. At the time of writing this article, the game was about to get released. Horizon was a PS4 exclusive game and had very high scores from console players. The PC version of the game is released with all expansions and contains special settings. So unlike console players, PC players will be able to change the graphics and, for example, the FOV value. Horizon: Zero Dawn is an open-world game and set in a post-apocalyptic world. It is developed by Guerilla Studios, which you may remember from “Killzone”, another PlayStation exclusive. In the game, you control a hunter named “Aloy” and fight against robotic enemies. Horizon: Zero Dawn is played from a third-person perspective and includes RPG elements as well. If you liked the new Assassin’s Creed series, we can say that the gameplay is almost the same.

Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla

The latest game in the Assassin’s Creed series is named “Valhalla” and is expected to be released in December 2020. As the name suggests, the story takes place in the Viking era and you control a character named “Eivor”. You can embark on conquest expeditions to England, improve your Viking village, and do almost anything you want in an open world. The details of the story are currently unclear, but you can be sure that the gameplay is pretty much the same as Origins and Odyssey. In other words, if you liked these games, you will like Valhalla too. AC: Valhalla will also be one of the release games of the new Xbox console. Frankly, we can say that it is one of the games that excites us the most. If you want to do all the quests, we are sure that you will easily get over 40 hours of playtime. There’s also a special thrill of being a brutal Viking warrior. We also wonder how the story will connect to the AC world.

Crysis: Remastered

The first game of the Crysis series was developed by Crytek and offered very impressive graphics for its time. The remastered version of this game is expected to be released in the summer, but there is no exact date. This will not be a new Crysis, as nothing has changed except the graphics. So you will follow the same story and do the same tasks. However, the first game of the series offered much more satisfying gameplay compared to the others, so there is an audience looking forward to the new remastered version. The gameplay video, which was released recently, received heavy criticism for its graphics quality – to be honest, it looked quite bad and not much different from the original version. The developer company postponed the release date and promised to work on the graphics. If its remastered version really offers a quality graphics update, Crysis: Remastered might be the best FPS you’ll play in this summer.

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning

Kingdoms Of Amalur may be one of the most underrated games in history. The story of the game is written by R.A. Salvatore and Todd McFarlane set the art style. In other words, it had everything it needed to be a successful RPG and included some pretty interesting mechanics too. However, the bankruptcy of the publisher company prevented the game from being successful. You can still play the original 2012 game on modern systems without any problems, but we recommend waiting for the remastered version. This will be a remastered game just like Crysis, so nothing much will change except the graphics. But if you didn’t get the opportunity to play Kingdoms Of Amalur 8 years ago, you should definitely try it now: It may be the most refined RPG you’ve played in a long time. We look forward to returning to the KOA world, and we hope THQ Nordic will do a good job. This underrated gem deserves to be played.

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