In this article, i have shared the 15 Amazing Upcoming Most Anticipated Games 2023 and Beyond for PS4, PS5, XSX, XB1, PC and Switch From the highly fan waited title GTA 6 or hitman style Project 007 we cover most anticipated games.
1. The Grass of Genesis
Nearly a year ago today, it was revealed – not even on YouTube, though – so I would highly doubt any of you here are even familiar with it. First, there’s a game that draws heavy inspiration from the Tomb Raider series or project out of China. With over 50 million dollars in funding, the game is called The Grass of Genesis. This game has supposedly been in the making for over three years already. It is said to be coming to PCs, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X at some point in the following year. Interestingly, it is labeled as a movie-like cloud-native game.
2. Grand Theft Auto VI
Well, if this is the city of dreams, I’m a big dreamer. Vice City – what a fitting name, Reportedly, Grand Theft Auto 6 will not be releasing in 2024, but in five years. It’s slated for the PlayStation 5 Pro and will boast up to 8K resolution support. This is an addition to the previous dimension of the option of having up to 15 playable characters, such as playing in the world twice as detailed as the previous game. As you probably know, Grand Theft Auto 6 is set in Vice City in modern times. And yes, we’re still eagerly awaiting a precise release date.
3. Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater
I’m not sure, but this is probably going to be one of the best things you’ll hear today if you haven’t already heard it. About a month ago, it was announced that Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater is getting a remake, and it’s going by the name Delta. Currently, there’s just a cinematic trailer available, and I don’t believe we’re anywhere close to seeing gameplay footage. However, Konami has stated that the Remake will feature the original voice actors and an even richer storyline. Additionally, there will be more advanced combat mechanics and improved graphics, making it technically a new game.
4. The Witcher 4
A couple of months ago, CD Projekt Red confirmed that The Witcher 4 will now be the opening game of a new saga. I’ve mentioned this before, and if you’re not aware, it means that it will be the first installment of a distinct RPG trilogy. This implies that there will be more games in the series down the line, with Witcher 5 and 6 planned as well. So, they have actually been developing an entire story during all this time that we’ve been in the dark. The first game of this new saga is going to be titled ‘Polaris’, and at the earliest, we can expect a release in 2025.
5. Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
With Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 scheduled for release on October 20th this year, the game has now become available for pre-order at a price of $70. If you haven’t heard yet, the new game’s map will be approximately twice the size of the previous one. They have expanded to include Queens and Brooklyn, and you will have the ability to freely switch between Peter Parker’s Spider-Man and Miles Morales’ Spider-Man while exploring the open world of the game. However, this won’t extend to cutscenes – it’s not going to be that elaborate. Additionally, it’s important to note that this game is a PlayStation 5 exclusive.
Earlier this year, it marked the second creation from a group of highly skilled indie developers. What we have here is a superhero-style single-player action game, set in an open world, somewhat akin to the Prototype series—an Xbox exclusive. However, this protagonist isn’t exactly a hero; he’s unrestricted, without morals or rules, almost like envisioning Superman without any ethical boundaries. Regardless, the game is rumored to be releasing exclusively on PCs, possibly by the end of the year.
After nearly three years and enduring three delays, Pragmata still remains one of Capcom’s most highly anticipated and peculiar projects. Though we’ve been eagerly waiting for some actual gameplay, it’s been one of the most anticipated games in recent years. Recently, a new trailer surfaced for the game a couple of weeks ago. It featured a mere four seconds of gameplay, so I won’t spoil it. Just take a moment to absorb that information. And here comes yet another surprise.
8. Kunitsu-Gami: Path of the Goddess
This came out of literally, I’ve got no clue. But this is perhaps the best thing I have seen from Capcom since they came up with Onimusha. I’d like to think that in this entire genre, for like a whole decade, I haven’t seen anything like this. It’s a game called Kunitsu-Gami, which combines animal shoot games with better graphics, more color, and even crazier action. It’s an over-the-top fusion of excitement and animal chaos, created with Unreal Engine 5. The game is said to be coming to PCs and the next generation of consoles only.
9. Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown
The open-world driving and racing lifestyle game, Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown, is now set to arrive on PCs and the next generation of consoles exclusively, during the first few months of 2024. If you’re unfamiliar with it, and God forbid that’s the case, or if you’re wondering why this game has gained fame, it’s because this particular game is being constructed at a one-to-one scale of Hong Kong. The aim is to leverage the capabilities of the latest consoles and maximize the overall quality of the game.
10. Banishers: Ghost of New Eden
Coming from the same developers as Life is Strange and the publishers of the acclaimed game Tales, at number 10 we have another entry: Banished Ghosts: New Eden. It’s a story-driven action RPG with dual protagonists, and it was initially announced last year. Described as a ghost hunting game, we finally have some in-game footage, a departure from the previously revealed cinematic teasers. The game is set to release on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PCs on November 7th.
11. The Day Before
Formerly announced for release in March of this year and now delayed to November 10th, we have The day before. Once again, it’s the day before the highly-praised open-world survival multiplayer shooter. Due to technical considerations and some necessary engine adjustments, it’s switching over to Unreal Engine 5 and has been rescheduled for later in the year. Additionally, there seems to be a shift towards a more focused campaign, in addition to the existing multiplayer features.
12. Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
Just look at the trailer – all of it, so green. Even after everything we’ve subjected it to, it’s still standing strong. However, it might just appear that way, barely clinging on. The highly anticipated PlayStation 5 exclusive, Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth, will no longer be making its way to the PlayStation 4. This confirmation came just last week, and the reason behind it is evident if you take a look at the trailer. It’s probably one of the most astonishing things you’ll witness, if you haven’t already. The graphics showcased in the trailer simply outstrip the capabilities of the PlayStation 4. As a result, the game will be released for the PlayStation 5 and PCs, early next year.
13. Phantom Blade Zero
Emerging from the same PlayStation showcase as the previous game, in case you missed out, we have Phantom Blade Zero. This is a third-person action RPG with Souls-like mechanics, as I’ve mentioned before. It incorporates a Samurai style to some extent, and there’s a touch of semi-open world design. Furthermore, aside from being the most mind-blowing action game we’ve seen in years, its storyline is equally compelling. You step into the shoes of an assassin struggling through his final days, grappling with a painful, deteriorating situation. While I’m unsure about the details, this is the premise. The game is set to release exclusively for PCs and the PlayStation 5.
14. Project 007
Here’s a quick update in case you missed it: IO Interactive, the creators of all Hitman games, are in the process of developing a James Bond game, currently known as Project 007. I’ve discussed this game on numerous occasions— it’s shaping up to be a promising third-person shooter and has generated substantial buzz recently. Interestingly, its official unveiling is anticipated to take place fairly soon. However, the game itself is projected for release in 2025, not even in the upcoming year.
15. Hellboy: Web of Wyrd
In December of last year, we were introduced to a brand new action roguelike game. The latest trailer showcases Hellboy: Web of Wyrd, which was initially revealed through cinematics. Now, we’re finally treated to some gameplay footage and a release window set for mid to late 2024. The game is expected to be available on PCs as well as both the current and upcoming generation of consoles, possibly even on the Switch.