The 20 most anticipated video games of 2020

Here we know what you're going to play for the next twelve months... We are going to update the 20 most anticipated video games for the year 2020.

The 20 most anticipated video games of 2020

2020 aims to be a phenomenal year for video games. Wow, at least as good as 2019 and 2018 were, with the new and highly anticipated PS5 and Xbox Series X launches being the highlights of next year's Christmas.

But first, they will have to go on sale tons of great games with a sensational pint for the consoles that we already have at home. 

From The Last of Us Part II to Cyberpunk 2077 and Half-Life: Alyx, our wish list is already brimming with titles, many still unfortunately without a confirmed release date. 

Stay tuned to this screen because we will update the best releases so you never run out of top-notch material to enjoy.

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The 20 most anticipated video games of 2020 are given below:

  1. Ori and the Will of the Wisps
  2. Iron Man VR
  3. Final Fantasy VII Remake
  4. Animal Crossing: New Horizons
  5. Doom Eternal
  6. Bleeding Edge
  7. Half-Life: Alyx
  8. Cyberpunk 2077
  9. Minecraft Dungeons
  10. Marvel's Avengers
  11. The Last of Us Part II
  12. Phantasy Star Online 2
  13. Gods and Monsters
  14. Kerbal Space Program 2
  15. Medal of Honor
  16. Metroid Prime 4
  17. Overwatch 2
  18. Skull & Bones
  19. Watch Dogs: Legion
  20. The Legend of Zelda

1. Ori and the Will of the Wisps - February 11

Playing Ori and the Blind Forest –a story about love, sacrifice, and hope that lives in each one of us, with a young orphan as the main character– was a wonderful journey, full of hard but emotional moments. And now we are finally ready for its sequel.

It's time to embark on a new adventure in a wide and exotic world in which we will face imposing enemies and challenging puzzles in the search to decipher Ori's destiny.

Platforms: Xbox One, PC

2. Iron Man VR - February 28

Among Marvel superheroes, who do you think would be more fun to be? We're betting on Iron Man here, so a virtual reality game where we play Tony Stark and his metallic suit makes perfect sense.

Fly, pulverize enemies, and solve a few puzzles inside your armor in this game that promises intense action and good times of fun.

Platform: PlayStation VR

3. Final Fantasy VII Remake - March 3

This can be, neither more nor less, one of the most glorious nostalgia bombs of all time. This is the long-awaited revision of one of the best and most beloved RPGs in history. 

It will narrate the events of the 1997 game, delving deeper into the history of the characters.

The most outstanding novelty will be the combats, which will alternate with the video sequences and the exploration phases, taking full advantage of the capabilities of the PS4, without losing - hopefully - that special touch of the PS1.

Platform: PlayStation 4

4. Animal Crossing: New Horizons - March 20

Once Pokémon Sword & Shield is released, the new installment in the cute Animal Crossing saga is the next most anticipated exclusive for Switch. Are you ready for more chill-out adventures?

As usual, the thing is about living on an island surrounded by friendly and very cute creatures while you explore, complete missions, and interact with your friends. As a novelty, four people can play using the same console and up to eight in online mode.

Platform: Nintendo Switch

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5. Doom Eternal - March 20

We were quite annoyed to see how the release of the new installment of one of our favorite shooter's sagas was delayed, but we are always satisfied if a good game does not come out until it reaches its full potential. And this looks fetén.

This direct sequel to 2016's Doom is a leap into the world of continually advancing first-person combat. Put yourself in the shoes of the Assassin of Death and take revenge on the forces of hell with blood and fire. 

We imagine that you want to play it on the largest screen you can find, but surely you will enjoy it on the Switch.

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch

6. Bleeding Edge - March 24

Ninja Theory has been responsible for great action games for the past few years, from Heavenly Sword to DmC: Devil May Cry. Now they offer us an electrifying online fighting game in which each fighter is mechanically improved for chaos.

Choose your fighter from a cast of quirky characters from the most marginalized places in society (ninjas and rockers!) And take them on in four-on-four battles with a cool comic book look.

Platforms: Xbox One, PC

7. Half-Life: Alyx - March 2020

Is this game a Half-life 3? No sir. Half-Life: Alyx takes place between the first and second titles in the series and is also a VR exclusive. 

Why? According to Valve, "to achieve a greater degree of interaction in the gameplay."

Although more than one fan has been disappointed, the game looks phenomenal and promises a powerful campaign, as well as giving us the ability to interact with the stage, solve puzzles and participate in some of the most impressive wild battles.

Platform: PC

8. Cyberpunk 2077 - April 16

Can CD Projekt RED do for cyberpunk fiction what it did for open-world fantasy with The Witcher 3? We'll find out when this highly anticipated title lands on our consoles in April.

From what we've seen, Cyberpunk 2077 is a kind of futuristic Grand Theft Auto, but with customizable humans and spectacular-looking cinematics. 

The game's setting, Night City, seems like a place that we won't tire of exploring and the bonus of Keanu Reeves' appearance as the main character is honey on flakes.

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

9. Minecraft Dungeons - April 2020

Minecraft has morphed into a variety of things over the past few years on its way to becoming the biggest gaming franchise in the world. But now a new Minecraft finally arrives. Although it is not Minecraft 2.

It is an action-adventure game inspired by the classic dungeons and set in the Minecraft universe. You can play with up to four friends or face the dangers underground by yourself. Take on nasty new creatures in action-packed, treasure-filled levels before defeating the evil Arch-Illager.

Platforms: PC, Xbox One, PS4, Switch

10. Marvel's Avengers - May 15

A tragic event causes the government to declare superheroes illegal, so the Avengers decide to separate and each goes on with their lives. Your mission will be, obviously, to gather them and put them back into action.

The idea of ​​a game where we can control Thor, Captain America, the Hulk, Iron Man, or the Black Widow with an original plot and with the promise of great action sequences and an ever-expanding narrative, sounds pretty good, does it? true?

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

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11. The Last of Us Part II - May 29

It's been three long years since we first took our first look at The Last of Us Part II and nearly seven since the original hit game. Are we looking forward to playing the sequel? Many!

Naughty Dog, creators of Uncharted, return to us our beloved Joel and Ellie - who is no longer a girl, but a teenager with a vengeance - in an intense, painful, and emotional adventure. Ready for an epic journey? Less is left.

Platform: PlayStation 4

12. Phantasy Star Online 2 - Spring 2020

Phantasy Star Online 2 was released in Japan in 2012 ... and we're still waiting for it to hit the West. But that wait has finally ended with Sega's announcement of its landing here in free-to-play form.

And why should you care whether or not this old MMO arrives? Well, because those of us who enjoy the original game on the Dreamcast or Xbox remember it fondly. The genre has evolved a lot these days, but taking down waves of enemies from planet to planet is still the most fun.

Platforms: Xbox One, PC

13. Gods and Monsters - Date to be confirmed

Assassin's Creed Odyssey was a brilliant entry in the Ubisoft saga, bringing us closer to the world of Greek mythology that we once again explore with action, puzzles, role-playing, and a great open world.

Homer will be the narrator of this adventure in which our hero must fight against Typhon and his monsters after the son of Gea has defeated the gods. All from an attractive and
the colorful style in which humor will be a great hallmark.

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

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14. Kerbal Space Program 2 - Date to be confirmed

The sequel to the acclaimed rocket and spacecraft construction simulator that had Elon Musk among its biggest fans returns almost a decade later as we embark on another galactic journey.

As always, the goal will be to create a space program from scratch for some adorable green creatures, but this time we will be able to build space colonies and a greater variety of vehicles.

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

15. Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond - Date to be confirmed

Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond is a return to the roots of the saga in World War II ... but now in VR. The game will have a total of 50 different missions that can be faced in different ways and with a wide variety of weapons at your disposal to defeat the Nazis.

Take full advantage of the possibilities of virtual reality by using your hands and arms to command a tank, interact with various elements of the scene and fight using firearms, and even throwing knives and grenades.

Platform: Oculus Rift

16. Metroid Prime 4 - Date to be confirmed

Nintendo first taught us Metroid Prime 4 in 2017, when Bandai Namco was handling development. But something went wrong and earlier this year it was announced that it was going back to its original developers, Retro Studios.

Is it worth so much waiting and so much trouble At least we do know that it is possible that before enjoying a new adventure with Samus Aran, the most famous bounty hunter in the galaxy, Nintendo will surprise us by launching the Metroid Prime Trilogy collection for Switch.

Platform: Switch

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17. Overwatch 2 - Date to be confirmed

Built on the award-winning and addictive foundations of the glorious competitive shooter that was Part 1, Overwatch 2 now challenges the world's heroes to team up, strengthen themselves, and face an overwhelming wave of threats across the globe.

What can we expect in the sequel? New modes and experiences, more heroes and content, and better maps. And on top of all that, your achievements and loot collection will carry over to the new title.

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

18. Skull & Bones - Date to be confirmed

This game is basically like the naval combat of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, without the cumbersome Assassin's Creed part. In other words, a pirate simulator more focused on sabers and cannon fire than the Sea of ​​Thieves.

What does the game promise us? Capture loot along lucrative trade routes, facing unpredictable weather, enemy factions, rival pirates, and even more dangerous threats in an ever-changing world. Arrr!

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

19. Watch Dogs: Legion - Date to be confirmed

Each installment of this saga has had a different location and its own style, all united by a hyper-technological society a la Black Mirror. Now Watch Dogs cross the pond to stand in a post-Brexit London under an authoritarian regime.

In this title, you can literally control anyone who walks around the city, including a hacker grandmother and change characters in real-time, without a defined protagonist. A risky but very interesting bet.

Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One, PC

20. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 - Date to be confirmed

Nintendo offered us by surprise last E3 a first teaser for the sequel to the overwhelmingly brilliant Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild ... and at the moment we don't know much more about it.

Will it be released in 2020? We do not know. Maybe, Will, it has a different name? Surely. Are we super eager to get our hands on it? Bet yes!

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Platform: Nintendo Switch

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