2019 is promising to be a massive year for games, with massive sequels such as The Division 2, Resident Evil 2, and Kingdom Hearts III, to brand new gems such as Anthem, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and Days Gone.
To find out what our audience were most looking forward to, we asked over 1,400 gamers what their five most anticipated games for the year were and then worked out the overall top ten from there. We let players pick from any game that’s been announced, even if it doesn’t have a confirmed release date just yet, so there’s no guarantee all of these titles will release this year.
Anyway, without further ado, here’s what you picked!
1. Cyberpunk 2077
CD Projekt RED’s follow-up to The Witcher 3 takes place in a neon-hued future, where every decision you make affects what happens in the world.
2. The Last of Us Part II
Joel and Ellie return in a sequel that looks every inch as special as its predecessor, if every bit as harrowing as well…
From the creators of Mass Effect comes a multiplayer stunner that will see you work with mates to protect humanity’s last city, Fort Tarsis.
4. Resident Evil 2
This zombie-blasting gem deserves to be this high on the list, as we’ve spent the past two weeks playing it!
5. Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order
This new Star Wars game from the creators of Titanfall will take place between Episodes III and IV, but that’s all that’s been revealed so far.
6. Final Fantasy VII Remake
Cloud’s remake has been in the works for some time, which hasn’t dampened our enthusiasm for a return to Gaia.
Dragon Age 4
Bioware teased this at The Game Awards last year, and like our responders, we can’t wait to see more of the next Dragon Age.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
Ubisoft’s multiplayer shooter moves from New York to Washington D.C. and we can’t wait to head back to The Dark Zones. Yes, that’s a plural, as there is three this time around!
9. Pokémon on Switch
Nintendo revealed a new Pokémon RPG would be heading to Switch at 2017’s E3, and if it’s as good as last year’s Pokémon: Let’s Go, it’ll be very special indeed.
10. Kingdom Hearts III
We already know that this trilogy closer is special, because we’ve been playing it since it launched on the 29 January.
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