PC Invasion’s Most Anticipated Games of 2022 — Andrew’s picks

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Another year is upon us and with it comes more games to suck more of my life into the abyss. I’ve looked at a few of these and have a good idea of ​​what the final versions will be like. I know next to nothing about others, but that’s okay. Sometimes a touch of mystery is preferable. Here are five of the PC games I’m most looking forward to in 2022.

I won’t mention the one game that’s clearly missing because everyone is already looking forward to it. I don’t even have to say the name. I’ll give you a tip: it’s difficult, and it’s from the people who make all these difficult games that people love to live stream.

Strange West

I looked at this last month. Strange West was directed by the guy who was directing dishonored and prey and based on my time with the game, for a fraction of the budget it manages to get rid of a lot of those same itches. As the name suggests, it’s a western, but also an immersive simulation. There are several defined player characters with their own shorter campaigns that you will play through and I look forward to playing each and every one. The game is isometric, but you can move the camera quite a bit, so there’s enough room to get a good angle no matter where you’re looking. The game is out in a little under a month so you’re damn right I’m hooked.

Strange West

dying light 2

I honestly avoided news and development updates dying light 2. I want to go into it as little as possible as the first game is a bit my favorite. I know there’s going to be a lot of parkour and even more zombies, as well as a brand new main character (which isn’t at all surprising given that The following DLC ended). I just really hope players don’t lose experience when they die this time. I Yes, really didn’t like that. Because of this feature, I went without leveling up for a while. It got me into trouble that I’ve been in plenty of times already. So it was pretty tough, to say the least.

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Sonic: Limits

We don’t really know much about it Sonic: Limits Other than that, it’s an open world sound Game. Sega hasn’t shown any gameplay, so who knows exactly what kind of open world it will be? At least there will be one fast a. I’ll admit I’m adding the game partly out of curiosity. sound Games in the 3D era don’t exactly have the best track record, but I’d love to see Sonic Team pull it off. Just think how cool it can be to roll around in an open world at the speed of sound.

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Babylon’s fall

I also looked at these. Babylon’s fall is an online live service game with a pretty serious twist: it’s developed by PlatinumGames. That alone is enough to get it on my radar as I love this developer and will try absolutely everything he makes. Personally, I’m not crazy about live service games, but I’ll make an exception because, well, Platinum. You also upgrade four weapons at once and use two of them with magic. It is wheel. However, the enemies are insanely spongy, so I’m a bit worried about that. No matter what, hours of PlatinumGames battles are never a bad thing.

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Rune factory 5

Rune factory 5 hasn’t even been announced for PC yet, but since XSEED has been so good at porting releases to the platform (and we’re in the process of porting the ever-wonderful Rune factory 4), I think it’s likely that we’ll get this one too. Rune factory 5 is the first entry in the series in a long, long time and the first time a mainline entry has been fully 3D. There have been a few spin-offs that have made it, but I’m very excited about the opportunities here. After all, what’s better than farming alongside monster battles? Well, many things. That was intended as a rhetorical question.

Rune factory 5

Ready for some new PC games in 2022

And these are the PC games from Triple Two Year (2022) that I’m most looking forward to. To. To. Two. 2022. That’s $2.

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