Here we shared the list of top 15 insanely upcoming fps games 2023 and 2024 like doom for PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, XB1, PC, Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series S from Witchfire to Ripout many more.
1. Forgive Me Father 2
Forgive Me Father 2 is finally here! In this long-awaited sequel, players can dive into the malevolent world inspired by the works of HP, following the story of the priest from the first installment. Forgive me father 2 takes you on a journey through his own darkest nightmares, it’s in Early Access on October 19th 2023.
Next up is Abyssus, a co-op action first-person shooter that I mentioned about six months ago. It features a roguelike style with settings inspired by bioshock. Abyssus is said to revolve around an advanced underwater civilization, offering a blend of Steam and cyberpunk aesthetics. The exciting news is that a new trailer for the game has been released and it’s confirmed to be coming to PCs only 2024.
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3. Killer Bean
Described as a third-person roguelike shooter, we have Killer Bean at number three. Killer Bean is the type of game that has the potential to revolutionize the genre, but we’re still waiting for that breakthrough. Killer Beam is not just a roguelike shooter; it’s a procedurally generated mix, combining elements of Max Payne, Grand Theft Auto, and the fast-paced action seen in all open-world Just Cause games. Killer beam is said to be coming to all platforms by the end of the year 2023.
4. Cristol: Theater of Idols
At number 4 we have Cristol: Theater of Idols a first-person survival horror action-adventure. Cristol is set to release exclusively on PCs in the first few months of 2024. It offers a historically themed Spanish setting in a dark and mysterious town where players must navigate through unknown horrors. Cristol theater of Idols introduces AI with evolving behaviors that respond to your actions over time, adding an extra layer of complexity and immersion to the chilling experience.
5. Twisted Tower
At number five, we have a new IP from GoInviter called Twisted Tower, described as a blend of Willy Wonka and BioShock, developed by 3D Realms, the game promises one of its bloodiest shows to date. Twisted Tower is an ultraviolent cross between BioShock, Willy Wonka, and Disneyland, set to release on PCs sometime next year 2024.
6. Luna Abyss
Luna Abyss presents itself with a new trailer and the announcement of its release on PCs and next-generation consoles in early to mid 2024. As mentioned previously, Luna Abyss is set in a distant prison on the moon of another planet, offering captivating gameplay and an intriguing storyline that follows the protagonist’s 30-year sentence.
Available on the Epic Games Store for a couple of weeks, at number seven, we have Witchfire, The new trailer showcases a game that rivals the intensity of recent Doom and Bullet Storm titles. While it boasts great visuals, addictive gameplay, and an enjoyable experience, one drawback is its relatively short duration, and it’s not yet available on Steam.
8. Killing Floor 3
After almost seven years since the last iteration, Tripwire Interactive has confirmed and revealed Killing Floor 3. This latest entry in the series is set to release on PCs and next-generation consoles in early to mid 2024. Killing Floor is known for being a top-tier co-op action horror shooter, and the new installment takes place 70 years after the events of Killing Floor 2.
9. Warstride Challenges
For those into rhythm-based shooters like BPM and Doom, Warstride Challenges offers a unique speed-running FPS experience. The goal is to ascend to the top of the challenging levels in a highly satisfying and addicting game. Warstride Challenges trailer is available, and it’s set to release on PCs and next-gen consoles later this year 2023.
10. Soulslinger: Evony of Death
From the same publishers as the Coma games, at number 10, we have Soulslinger: Evony of Death. This roguelike action-adventure FPS combines elements from games like Call of Wars and Darkness. Set in a limbo where you are a gunslinger engaged in a war against the cartel, the game allows you to grow stronger with each run, gathering souls. Soulslinger Evony of Death is expected to release on PC soon.
After a considerable wait, Ripout is back, set to release on PCs and next-gen consoles on October 24 this year. Ripout is an online co-op horde first-person shooter, featuring procedurally generated rounds on mutant-infested ships. The game is developed on Unreal Engine 5 and has garnered significant support.
12. Mullet Mad Jack
Following that, we have Mullet Mad Jack, a single-player fast-paced FPS designed to evoke the feel of being inside an anime and classic FPS. Set in a future where humans and the internet have merged, Mullet mad jack is set to release on PCs later 2023.
Rated 10 out of 10 during its Early Access phase, at number 13, we have Kvark, a first-person shooter set in a fictional version of 1980s Czech Republic. Players find themselves in a deteriorating playground facility, navigating through tunnels filled with obstacles and enemies. The full game is set to release soon, following its Early Access availability for approximately $16.
14. Fortune’s Run
Following that, we have Fortune’s Run, available on Steam through Early Access for a couple of weeks. It offers one of the most accurate old-school shooters, providing an immersive retro shooter experience. Priced at around $17, the game doesn’t feel like an Early Access title and promises a fast-paced and brutal journey.
15. Vampire Hunters
Last but not least, available through Steam Early Access with mostly positive reviews and an $8 price tag, we have Vampire Hunters. This roguelike retro FPS offers unique and challenging guns to battle various minions, with the ability to collect, upgrade, and dominate, vampire hunters is set to release by the end of the year 2023.