Top Games Ranking - Top 10 New Games Of Game Awards 2022. 4k
the, game awards have come and gone, and now we know about a ton of brand new games. Hi folks, it's Falcon. Here are the top 10 new game announcements from the 2021 game awards. A quick disclaimer for a spoken plague tale Requiem Elden Ring of Hellblade 2 Suicide Squad Evil West Etc These were games that were announced before the game awards and what we're talking about in this article today are brand new reveals, so keep that in mind as we're moving forward, starting off with number 10.
Warhammer 40k space marine 2
It's Warhammer 40, 000 Space Marine 2, which is a mouthful of a title, but it's also been too long since the original. There's a game from 2011 that was really well received. I enjoyed it. It is a good kind of combination of hack and slash and shooting, and it was one of those games that just took its IP and did it justice.
It was a great depiction of Warhammer 40K. It ended on a cliffhanger, though, and then another game just didn't come out. I don't know whether it wasn't financially successful enough. It seemed like it had a fairly big following to me at the time. I wasn't really paying attention to the numbers too closely, but it's great to know that a sequel is coming to Warhammer.
40K Space Marine 2 has been announced. We don't have a release date yet, but it will be landing on PS5, the Xbox series, and PC.
And number nine is Sonic Frontiers. It was being built by the Sonic team as a new kind of Sonic game. It is an open world game, and I've seen a lot of people compare it to Breath of the Wild in terms of looks.
I'm not sure I agree. It actually reminds me a lot of Sonic Adventure, except obviously with significantly better graphics, lots more detail, etc. And of course, it is an open world game, so we have dealt with hub worlds in Sonic, particularly with Sonic Adventure, but it's not really been something that's been dabbled in too much, and let's just say the games where they did it didn't really go that great.
I'm looking at you, Sonic 2006. But we also live in a time where a lot of open world ideas have been worked on and, in terms of Sonic's 3D movement momentum, are understood much better. Sonic Colors just came out and I have a feeling that's kind of a bit of a hint as to what type of 3D we're going to be experiencing, and I think if they do it right, this could be an extremely good Sonic game now with Sonic Team.
If they do it right, it has always been a question that is up in the air. Sometimes they really nail it, like with Sonic Generations, and then they do things like Sonic Forces, where it's clearly trying to capture Sonic Generations and make it more or less, possibly less. I don't know. The Xbox, the switch, and the PC in 2022.
Number eight is Arc Raiders, which from the trailer I'm kind of getting PVE. It's kind of a horrid or wave-style gameplay, it's obviously co-op, and you have a pretty wide range of different types of enemies. Anyway, this is a free-to-play first-person sci-fi shooter that looks pretty interesting.
First off, it's the first game by a new studio called Embark Studios, which was founded by the former EA chief designer, and we see a lot of interesting things here. Like you're fighting these sort of spider-looking Walker things, and then, of course, there's this kind of stealthy looking gameplay where you're trying to avoid these Scout type drone things, and it looks like a lot of it takes place at night with these really good looking colored lights, and kind of frenzied situations if you get detected, and it seems like it might escalate from that into large-scale, vehicular combat.
Fighting that kind of looked like equal parts Gears and Horizon Zero Dawn to me, which is super interesting for a combination of gameplay in a co-op game. I like the sound of that, but again, we will have to find out more as we get closer to it. Arc Raiders is going to be hitting PS5, the Xbox series, and PC in 2022 ).
Star trek resurgence
Options It's the first game by Drama Labs, which was founded by some former Telltale Games folks, but it does look like they're attempting to add something new to the formula. What exactly does that pan out to mean? I'm not a hundred percent sure, but there was a point where you were actually wielding what seemed like a weapon in the trailer.
However, it is, of course, primarily a narrative game, and the trailer itself reminds you that, hey, this was made by the creators of The Walking Dead and the Batman Telltale series, and so on. On the path that they were originally on. Star Trek's probably a good IP for them to be doing that in, and we'll definitely see where this one goes when it comes out on the PlayStations.
Xboxes, and PC in 2022.
And number six is Rumble, who again this billing itself as a pro wrestling Battle Royale. I would actually go a little further and say it's kind of a 3D brawl type game set in a battle royale. It does actually, I think, have a bit of promise here. It seems to really embrace the goofiness in it, and that's really what makes it look good.
And the verticality and traversal are obviously well beyond what a pro wrestling match would actually allow for. You can climb up the sides of buildings and do some parkour-style moves. Personally, I think this looks like it could be a really fun game. It does really depend on the execution. Fortunately, we don't have to wait too long to see that we're going to be running around this frankly pretty cool looking large looking map on February 8 on PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC. So early next year, be on the lookout for Rumble Verse.
And number five is a game based on the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Now info's actually a little scarce for this one. We've got some visuals and we've got the developers talking about it, saying that it is very authentic. The press release said they did more than just recreate locations and characters, but a whole time and place in Texas.
I don't know exactly what that means, because it's an asymmetrical horror. I do not think this is exactly what was imagined when the Texas Chainsaw Massacre film was created, so authenticity. It's going to be interesting to see exactly what that means, and I'll say this: I am vaguely skeptical when asymmetrical horror games are announced.
However, this is a very good franchise for that and it comes to us from the same devs that did Friday the 13th, which is a pretty good example of an asymmetrical game. Gun is a good studio. This is the type of game where the best reaction I can have is to be cautiously optimistic. And I think that it looks good.