Here, I share a list of insanely realistic upcoming games for 2023 and 2024, including highly anticipated titles like Bodycam, Warhammer 40k, and Subliminal. Additionally, there are amazing adventure games such as Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and more. It’s noteworthy that these games will be released on a variety of platforms, including PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, PCs, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox Series S.
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1. Secluded Orchid (FYQD-Studio)
Secluded Orchid is a brand-new Unreal Engine 5 photorealistic project, It is designed to support up to 8K resolution. Secluded Orchid project comprises 5,000 images recorded with one of the world’s best cameras, Reportedly, it is set to deliver a 2-hour technical demo.
2. Project V
Coming from Korean developers Nion, at number two, we have Project V, also known as Impressionante Project V. Project V is a Souls-like action RPG, a semi-open-world slasher that shares similarities with the upcoming Black Myth game. However, Project V seems to have a more modern gameplay style, blending samurai fights with mythical beasts and weapons, It is scheduled to be released on PCs and all consoles in 2024.
3. Lost Fragments
For those who remember the Unreal Engine 5 projects On Record and the first-person body cam game, we now have another entry called Lost Fragments. Lost fragments game appears to be a blend of a PT-inspired horror game and a NextGen shooter, A short trailer reveals that the game is coming to PCs only in 2024.
Moving on to number four, we now have an official page for the previously announced Unreal Engine 5 body cam-style first-person shooter, Bodycam. Bodycam is also multiplayer, follows a one-hit-kill fighting game style where every bullet could be decisive, Initially available on PCs only, a demo for mobiles is said to be coming out, followed by a release on the next generation of consoles.
5. Project M
NC Soft has released a new trailer for Project M, an action-adventure game promising an immersive interactive experience. Described as a visual novel-style adventure, Project M is still without a full title, developed with Unreal Engine 5, and set to release on PCs and next-generation consoles only.
6. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora
At number six, after a year of anticipation, Ubisoft announced Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, set to release on December 7 for PCs, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X. Avatar Frontiers of Pandora features an open world and showcases new engine technologies for a smooth gaming experience on any computer.
7. The Grass of Genesis
Following that, we have a game previously mentioned, The Grass of Genesis a survival-style action cinematic adventure, inspired by Tomb Raider and John Wick, has been in development for over four years. The Grass of Genesis is expected to release on PCs, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X in the 2024.
8. Banishers: Ghost of New Eden
Next up is Banishers: Ghost of New Eden, a narrative-driven action adventure from Dontnod and Focus Home, developers of the Life is Strange series. Originally set for November, the game is now releasing on February 13 next year for PCs and next-generation consoles.
9. Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine 2
On the other hand, Focus Entertainment’s latest game is Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine 2, highly anticipated game combines FPS elements with classic adventure, set to release on PCs and next-generation consoles by the end of 2023.
10. The Alters
At number 10, we have The Alters, a story-heavy decision-based adventure from the developers of Frostpunk. Little gameplay has been revealed, but it is described as a game where your decisions significantly impact your character’s life.
11. Alan Wake 2
Next in line is Alan Wake 2, set to release on October 27 this year 2023 for PCs and next-generation consoles. Remedy released about 12 minutes of in-game footage, showcasing features like ray tracing, 4K resolution, Lumen DLS, and other new hardware features.
Number 12 is the previously titled Project Bodycam, now officially named Unrecord. Unrecord is a photorealistic first-person shooter, made with Unreal Engine 5, puts players in the role of a police officer fighting crime. It draws inspiration from real shots and recorded footage.
13. Project TH
Revealed again after nearly a year of waiting, Project TH is a Splinter Cell-inspired shooter with a cinematic focus on perspectives and third-person gameplay. Expected to release late 2023 or early next year, it aims to provide a story-heavy action experience with stealth elements.
14. Enotria: The Last Song
Coming from Italy, we have Enotria: The Last Song, a Souls-like action RPG set to release by the end of the year . Based on Italian culture and folklore, it adds a twist to the Souls genre with a choice-driven, story-heavy narrative.
15. Neo Berlin 2087
At number 15, Neo Berlin 2087 is a first and third-person Unreal Engine 5 shooter, a semi-open-world game exclusive to the Next Generation consoles, Set in a cyberpunk realm, players assume the role of a detective in the year 2087.
16. Microsoft Flight Simulator 2024
Number 16 is Microsoft’s famous Flight Simulator franchise, with the sequel titled Flight Sim 2024. Microsoft’s Flight Sim promises a vast scale, introducing new maneuvers like aerial firefighting, mountain rescues, skydiving, and mid-air refueling, scheduled for release on PCs and Xbox Series X in 2024.
At number 17, Subliminal is a real-time software art-race horror puzzler based on the concepts of the back rooms. Offering endless procedurally generated levels, it features bleeding-edge technology on graphics, labyrinthine spaces, strange entities, and an eerie atmosphere. The Subliminal is set to release on PCs only by the end of 2023.
18. Empire of the Ants
Last but not least, tagged by its developers as inspired by Bernard Werber’s bestseller, Empire of the Ants is a strategy colony simulation game. Developed by the creators of the game 13 and published by Micro, it is set to release on PCs and next-generation consoles in early to mid-2024.