Gaming Highlights 2021 - These Top Titles Will Appear In The New Calendar Year

There's an unexpected reunion with some of these games in our top list for 2021 because 2020 has been real haywire in the gaming industr...

There's an unexpected reunion with some of these games in our top list for 2021 because 2020 has been real haywire in the gaming industry. We'll show you an overview of our game highlights for 2021, which you shouldn't miss.

We are quite surprised which games have been postponed to the new calendar year and which have not.

Cyberpunk 2077, for example, would certainly not have hurt a few more months in the game forge. With Elden Ring, on the other hand, we had little hope for the release from the beginning of the year.

And Halo Infinite has been pushed straight to an unknown release date due to poor community feedback.

The Gaming Highlights of 2021 - the 11 Biggest Titles of the New Year

In 2020 it was already indicated: We are entering a video game era of remakes and remastered editions. The Final Fantasy VII Remake even won the Game Awards.

In 2021 the whole thing will be crowned because maybe one of the biggest mod projects in gaming history will be published. There is definitely a lot of nostalgia.

1. Mass Effect Legendary Edition

The "Mass Effect Andromeda" reboot was quite a disappointment when you compare the success of the first three parts in direct comparison.

Yes, including the ending of part 3, which we're probably the only people on the Citadel who enjoyed.

The Legendary Edition is not a new game, but a graphical remake of the Shepard trilogy.

Spring 2021 is already here and you can run the Normandy on her maiden flight in 4K UHD.

2. Elden Ring

Games from the developer studio "From Software" are usually released in the spring or at least in the first half of the calendar year.

So we can't have too high hopes for the release in 2021 either.

However, the video game penned by George RR Martin will be a hot contender for game of the year if it actually comes out.

3. Path of Exile 2

One of the still most supported dungeon crawler games gets a second part. But not really.

The "second" part is namely mixed with the first game. You still have access to the original story and any microtransactions you've made.

4. Hitman 3

The very popular new edition of the Hitman series gets a third party on January 20, 2021. You'll even be able to completely disable your targets in VR.

Agent 47 will only find itself on the Epic Store on PC, at least for now. For the moment, this exclusivity has been negotiated for a full year.

After that, the game will probably also appear on the Steam Store in January 2022.

It is also available on Google Stadia, PS4, PS5, and Xbox One.

5. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time - Remake

2021 could be the second year in a row that a game remake has been vying for Game of the Year.

Final Fantasy VII Remake has already delivered a damn good title in 2020. If we now draw the parallel to Prince of Persia, then the remake will probably go through the roof.

After all, both Final Fantasy VII and The Sands of Time from 2003 were rated as very good entries in their respective game series.

The remake will be released on March 18, 2021, for PS4 and Xbox One.

6. Far Cry 6

More and more Hollywood actors find themselves in a leading role in a video games. So does Giancarlo Esposito.

Born in Denmark, he will take on the role of the dictator of Yara, ruling with an iron fist alongside his son Diego.

That is if you don't stop him as a guerrilla fighter. It's time again to assert yourself against a power-hungry and slightly crazy antagonist.

So the good old lyre. It's always fun.

7. Diablo 4

Once again you must descend into the depths of hell and teach demons to fear in the best dungeon crawler manner.

Mephisto's daughter Lilith causes quite a stir in Sanctuary. So far only three classes have been confirmed, but the community has already properly voted on which characters from past entries in the series are still popular.

8. Halo Infinite

We actually counted on Halo Infinite in 2020, since the game was supposed to appear as a launch title for the Xbox Series.

After criticism from the community, however, the project has been pulled back into development for the time being.

We are eagerly awaiting the announcement of the release date.

9. New World

Amazon's MMO (Massive Multiplayer Online Game) has already transitioned from a PvP MMO (Player versus Player) to a PvE (Player versus Environment) system and is currently throwing a question mark in some people's faces.

The closed alpha phase is already in full swing and we are confident that there will be at least a public test phase in 2021.

10. Outriders

An extremely hard 3rd person sci-fi shooter that can be played in multiplayer. That's pretty much how Outriders is described.

Just imagine Destiny 2 being way more brutal. Then drag a new camera angle over it and you've got Outriders.

The game will be released on February 2nd, 2021 for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series, PS4, PS5, and Google Stadia.

11. Fallout 4: New Vegas - Mod for FNV

The Game Awards probably won't include Fallout 4: New Vegas in their nominations because it's not an actual game.

Instead, a very dedicated team of modders has set itself the task of recreating Fallout: New Vegas in Bethesda's Creation Engine.

The engine is already known from Fallout 4 and Fallout 76. The whole thing happens completely on self-financing and community support.


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