Which Games to expect in 2018. I am sure as gamers, you are all aware of the new games that will be coming out this year and I bet you cannot wait!

Which Games to expect in 2018

By Axydental Gamer    Gepos op Jul 25, 2018

I am sure as gamers, you are all aware of the new games that will be coming out this year and I bet you cannot wait! Today I am going to be telling you about 10 of these games out of the many others that are being released. I must just say for someone who doesn't game often, some of these made me quite excited.

And here they are!


We are all well aware of this name from the famous movies, merchandise, and the past games. The studio which is known for the Ratchet and Clank series is also responsible for this open-world Superhero Game, this should be fascinating. It is your duty as the friendly neighborhood Spider-man in this game to keep the peace in the Big Apple, from beating up hooligans and dealing with the fellow Kingpin and Mister Negative. The creators of this game are not caught up by an existing storyline and so this one is not related to any particular comic or movie. This should be exciting as it will be something new and not something we have seen for the "millionth" time.

Platform/s: PS4

Release Date: 7 September 2018

Shadow of the Tomb Raider

We all know this one for the famous Lara Croft! In this one there is a powerful significance on secrecy as she, Lara, is outnumbered in the depths of a South American jungle by Trinity Forces. She will be fighting to survive in the Shadow of the Tomb Raider, the third and last game in the reset of the trilogy following the "birth" of Lara. Due to her egocentric actions, which seems unusual in her character, she ends up activating a lil' ol' apocalypse, which is something we would not want to happen but somehow brings some "adrenaline pumping" during gameplay. All we can hope for is that this hardcore version of Lara will finally win us over as it did in the previous games. So let us wait and see!

Platform/s: PS4,Xbox One, PC

Release Date: 14 September 2018


The UEFA Champions League introduction is the new great feature in FIFA 19 where EA is continually repeating on the effective version of this beautiful game. Along with the essential career mode comes The Europa League and Super Cup Competitions. For the actual gameplay itself, to give players more direct control they are making several tweaks which will be most noticed in the Active Touch System which for instance allows you to fake trap the ball and the Timed Finishing Mechanic thus allowing you to tap the kick button twice to fine-tune your timing.

Platform/s: Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Release Date: 28 September 2018

Forza Horizon 4

From Playground games, looking to bring players the duplicate of the same fun, what more can you expect in this game, photorealistic racing, and an open-world. Introducing a strong significance on the seasons changing while you are driving around the UK from icy pavements in the Winter time to the leaves falling in Autumn and light drizzles in Spring and so on. You will experience cruising around in some high-end vehicles, some gamers ultimate dream, well here it is. There is a push in the new release of this game to make it more of a social racing experience.

Platform/s: Xbox One, PC

Release Date: 2 October 2018

Assassin's Creed Odyssey

In the new release of this game, no matter which protagonist you decide to choose, either male or female, your story will be one of recovering after being thrown out of Sparta as a child. Just to say if the typical "This.is.Sparta!" didn't come across clear enough, the Assassin's Creed Odyssey is taking the series way back to the Ancient Greece Circa 431 BC. From dialogue options during cutscenes, ample combat abilities to choose from, multiple endings based on your decisions and collectible gear, there is a substantial focal point on the RPG components. Another comeback is the Warfare and Naval Exploration and what is more is that you can take part in massive 150-versus-150 battles in conquest battles.

Platform/s: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Release Date: 5 October 2018

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Without all the wall-running and jetpack jumps, Treyarch brings the new release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 with intense shootouts and releasing you into near-future warfare rife. Featured is a battle royale mode which is called Blackout. Bringing back the distinctive characters and the abilities of the Black Op 3's specialists, presenting a mix of new and old soldiers in this Multiplayer. They are taking quite a chance by dropping the traditional campaign and it will be something to see if the Blackout Mode pays off or if the devoted COD player base is thrilled at the idea of lost value. Black Ops 4 will also be a part of Blizzard's Battle.net platform on PC following in the footsteps of Destiny 2 and Overwatch.

Platform/s: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Release Date: 12 October 2018

Battlefield 5

Across enormous multiplayer battles, Battlefield is taking the series all the way back to World War 2 roots, from tanks, aircrafts locked in combat and infantry, this new release should be good. Conquer your role to turn the tide of battle, one spawn location at a time by choosing your selected class between, Medic, Recon, Support or Assault. Old gamer soldiers of this game should take note of some new tweaks in this new release of Battlefield as now any class can revitalize a downed Allie so ignoring cries for help is a "no-no" while you are getting your snipe on. There is a powerful focal point on squad play in Battlefield 5 and how awesome, you get rewarded for staying with an appointed group of men and women which consists of your own customized soldier. General areas are now highlighted rather than individuals, by the typical spotting mechanic which motivates you to seek out enemies by avoiding indicating a target immediately for death.

Platform/s: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Release Date: 19 October 2018

Red Dead Redemption 2

It is quite acceptable that it has taken a great amount of time for Rockstar Games to get this Wile West sequel, an open-world game just right as Red Dead Redemption has a bit to live up to. You as the player are filling the cowboy boots as Arthur Morgan, compared to the impassive John Marston, Morgan seems to be a tougher character. Getting to know Morgan is going to be so much fun while spending hours drifting across picturesque plains, and with a new bow and arrow combo, hunting for those wild animals in the mountain regions. This is one to look forward to!

Platform/s: PS4, Xbox One

Release Date: 26 October 2018

Fallout 76

Fallout 76 takes place in the same setting that the series is known for, this time, set in the illuminated area of West Virginia just 25 years after the Great War ended. Other players will be out there collecting resources, killing beasts and building their own camps and it is completely up to you if you would like to play with them but this is not necessary. This time around, the map in Fallout 76 has been reported to be four times bigger than Fallout 4's. It is going to be interesting to see how the players are going to collaborate in a Fallout which now doesn't revolve around a single wasteland hero. Keep a look out!

Platform/s: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Release Date: 4 September 2018

Destiny 2

In Destiny 2, the abandoned evolution could win some of those lapsed Guardians back with many Destiny 2 players falling out in frustration over the present state of the game. For the shared-world shooter, Bungie, having to regain quite a bit of good will. Motivation could be the revenge after the dear hero Cayde-6 met his mistimed end right at the hands of Uldren Sov in Forsaken's cinematic trailer. A new super ability for each Guardian subclass is featured to try out. There is even more to this game but we will have to wait for the release!

Platform/s: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Release Date: 4 September 2018

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