Crazy how 2017’s about to end, and 2018’s coming with a full swing! 2018 bringing a slew of amazing-looking games, are you ready for those? So, here’s an article of the Top 10 2018 Video Games to look out for! Take note that the games you will read about are the hottest games on the horizon. Where there will be a mix of blockbuster AAA titles and bold projects. Many of these games will be here before you know it, so let’s study them for a bit, shall we?
Monster Hunter: World
A new era for Capcom’s long-running action series, as Monster Hunter: World trades portability for shiny graphics! In addition, there will be trade also for refreshing the co-op, and third-person hunts for modern market. This new Monster Hunter has you pursuing a big game—think dinosaurs and dragons! Moreover, you will lurk through tropical jungles and conceal your approach using foliage-based camouflage. It’s all in the name of fancier armor and outlandishly large weaponry. Plus, a new grappling hook should add a new layer to the series’ hard-to-master attack and movement options. This game will be available on the following platforms: PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Dragon Ball FighterZ
This 2.5D, 3v3 team fighter from Arc System Works looks like it’s going into the mainstream’s DBZ nostalgia. Dragon Ball FighterZ’s bold 3D models look like they jumped straight out of the anime. A unity of Goku, Vegeta, and Cell on a single team will take place! This trio will be chaining flashy supers and assists together! This game will be available on the following platforms: PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Metal Gear Survive
Hideo Kojima’s has nothing to do with this Metal Gear game. Other than the fact the there’s its reuse of assets built for Metal Gear Solid 5’s Fox Engine… But there’s reason to have an ounce of cautious optimism for Metal Gear Survive! Why? Because this multiplayer game takes place in a dimension found supporting soldiers on Base being swarmed by crystal-covered zombies! Pretty cool, eh? The production values and core gameplay are nowhere near the pedigree you’d expect from a Metal Gear game. However, it’s hard to go too wrong with co-op horde modes. This game will be available on the following platforms: PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom
With its beautiful, Studio Ghibli-inspired art direction, Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom is unmistakable! It looks like the sequel iterates on the original’s gameplay in all the right ways. Instead of controlling individually collected familiars, Evan, Roland, and Tani are always in the thick of each real-time fight. However, the events once again takes place in the parallel realm of Ni no Kuni, this story has a much scope than the first. Why? Well because the deposed young king Evan endeavors to reclaim his kingdom of Ding Dong Dell after a hostile takeover. This game will be available on the following platforms: PS4 and PC.
God of War
Having torn the Greek pantheon asunder, Kratos has set his sights on a new mythology to conquer: Norse. The fourth main entry in the legendarily brutal PlayStation series drops the numbering, and looks like it’ll force Kratos to control his endless rage. Moreover, he raises his young son Atreus to become a hardened warrior. No worries because you’ll still slay a lot of fantastical creatures along the way! To add, you will be using Kratos’ new lightning axe main weapon. But, expect a lot more character development and quieter moments in between all the carnage. This game is only available for PS4.
Anthem is EA’s answer to Destiny—a shared-world shooter that aims to put players in a gigantic sci-fi universe. You play as a Freelancer engaging in third-person, Mass Effect-style shootouts, armored up in your Javelin exosuit to explore and exterminate within some gigantic alien biomes. As you might expect, there’s an emphasis on party play and the pursuit of increasingly impressive loot. This game will be available on the following platforms: PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
In Shenmue 3, you’ll take the role of a martial artist named Ryo Hazuki as he attempts to uncover who is responsible for his father’s murder. The game enables players to take on enemies in hand-to-hand combat, upgrade combat abilities, and explore a living world full of villages, shops, and an active populous. This game will be available on the following platforms: PS4 and PC.
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes
The beam katana-wielding assassin Travis Touchdown is back! And he’s looking stylish as ever! Don’t think of this as No More Heroes 3 but instead, it’s something of a spin-off, revolving around crossovers. Badman is itching for some murderous revenge on our side-burned anti-hero. But while the two are duking it out, they’re sucked into the Death Drive MK-2 game console. Expect Suda51 and his team at Grasshopper Manufacture to stuff Travis Strikes Again full of their trademark over-the-top violence. This game is only available for Switch.
The Darksiders series is famous for being a blood-soaked, bone-crunching take on The Legend of Zelda’s open-world exploration with a dash of Devil May Cry combat with full of ridiculously proportioned character designs by cult favorite comic artist Joe Madureira. You’ll be cutting down swaths of demons across the ruins of post-Biblical-apocalypse Earth, fighting back against embodiment of the Seven Deadly Sins themselves. This game will be available on the following platforms: PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
Bandai Namco’s favorite series of flight sims is gearing up for a big comeback in 2018! They are bringing the action back to the alternate universe of Strangereal for Ace Combat’s current-gen debut. The fast-paced aerial looks great whether you’re piloting from the first-person cockpit or a third-person view. In addition, the campaign wants to contextualize the theater of war in the skies with a healthy dose of political intrigue. Take note that Playstation VR owners get the added bonus of PS VR-exclusive missions that should make players feel like they are actually flying their very own fighter jet. Exciting, eh? This game will be available on the following platforms: PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
There you have it, guys! The top 10 2018 video games to look out for! You can thank us later. LOL!