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Now that E3 has left us for another year, we’ve started to get excited about the new launches coming our way later this year and in 2022.

With only 6 months of the year left to decide which games we’ll be buying first; we’ve taken the courtesy of giving you the DL on a few of the most anticipated titles.



After initially being set to release in February 2021, we got another extended look into Far Cry 6, as the gameplay reveal dropped on May 28th.

Set deep within a Caribbean island simmering with revolutionary tension, you’ll become guerrilla fighter, Dani Rojas, who can be played as either male or female.

Equipped with an arsenal of weapons and interesting allies (Guapo the crocodile included), you will fight to reclaim the island of Yara, which has been trapped under the fist of a violent leader for too long.

Platforms: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, & PC

Release Date: October 7, 2021



Adapt and overcome in a world transformed by disorder, as Battlefield 2042 sees you squad up, bringing a cutting-edge arsenal into dynamically changing battlegrounds supporting up to 128 players, unprecedented scale, and epic destruction.

With a colossal number of players entering the field, you’ll have to adapt, discovering new gameplay opportunities and epic moments, where anything can happen.

Platforms: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, & PC

Release Date: October 22, 2021












Guardians of the Galaxy fans will be pleased to know that they’ll be getting their very own Marvel game, brought to life by Square Enix.

Playing as Star-Lord, you’ll be leading the Guardians across the galaxy as they attempt to save the universe from a chain of catastrophic events that may or may not have you to blame for.

With Element Blasters and jet boot-powered dropkicks at the ready, you’ll command your band of legendary misfits in battle all while aptly grooving to an ‘80s mixtape.

Platforms: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, & PC

Release Date: October 26, 2021



No vay-cay this year? Don’t worry, Forza Horizon 5 will have you transported to sunny Mexico, as the Forza Festival returns.

Escape across the ever-evolving open-world landscapes of South America with more cars, more character creation options, and more weather systems!

The franchise, known for its stunning visuals, will, at last, be making the most of the Xbox Series X’s graphical weight, promising to be the biggest, most fun, and most diverse title in the series.

Platforms: Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Windows 10 PCs, & coming day one to Xbox Game Pass

Release date: November 9, 2021



The most ambitious Halo game ever made. So ambitious in fact, that its release date was pushed back a year and a half, in August 2020.

Coming holiday 2021, Halo Infinite calls for you to become a hero, as you prepare to confront the most ruthless foe Master Chief has ever faced.

Plus, multiplayer will be returning with Arena and Big Team Battle confirmed, alongside an expansive new customisation system, so you can deck your Spartan out in unique armour combinations.

Platforms: PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, & coming day one to Xbox Game Pass

Release date: Holiday 2021



If you enjoyed the first instalment of the franchise from 2017, Horizon Forbidden West will definitely capture your excitement, boasting a majestic yet dangerous frontier that conceals even more mysterious new threats.

Return as Aloy, as you attempt to uncover the secrets behind these threats and restore balance to the world. Forge alliances reunite with old friends and unravel the legacy of the ancient past.

Platforms: PS5 & PS4

Release date: TBC, 2021











We couldn’t do a round-up of the most anticipated releases for 2021 without including Stray, where you will quite literally get to prowl the streets as a stray cat.

Holding its own category as a third-person cat adventure game, you’ll be able to roam high and low, defend against unforeseen threats, and solve the mysteries of a cyberpunk world, inhabited only by droids and dangerous creatures.

Platforms: PS5, PS4, & PC

Release date: TBC, 2021





After 25 years of dragons, Nazis, and radiation, Starfield enters the fray as Bethesda’s newest universe.

There isn’t a huge amount we know about Starfield, other than it is an open-world RPG, set in space and seemingly ambitious – “create any character you want and explore with unparalleled freedom as you embark on an epic journey to answer humanity’s greatest mystery.”

You can check out the epic teaser trailer here, which confirms Starfield will be launching on 11.11.22.

Platforms: Xbox Series X/S

Release date: November 11, 2022



If the trailer back in 2020 was anything to go by, we’ll be looking at a next-gen survival game where players will need to learn and master a brutal new world, facing both beast and man.

The sandbox survival experience also features Fast & Furious star, Vin Diesel, as hero character, Santiago. Vin Diesel is reportedly a huge fan of the franchise and has now taken up role as an executive producer for Ark II.

From racing cars to riding prehistoric creatures, we’re excited to see where this one goes, with Vin Diesel on the team!

Platforms: Xbox Series X/S Launch Exclusive, before coming to PS5 and PC

Release date: TBC, 2022


Which games are you most excited about? Let us know!

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