The best games of 2021 so far and the most anticipated ones to come:

The best games of 2021 so far and the most anticipated ones to come

The long-awaited arrival of 2021 is already among us and brings under its arm the revolution of the new generation that we were left halfway through last year. It is time to polish all platforms, old and new, with all the games that this year will reach PC and consoles.

Great games capable of delivering the leap that PS5 and Xbox Series deserve are added to the return of great sagas that will also be dropped on platforms like Stadia and Switch. It certainly promises to be a great year for gamers, and this is all that we have already marked on our calendar

 The best games of 2021:

‘Hitman 3’

  • Platforms: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch, and Stadia
  • Price: 59.99 euros

IO Interactive’s formidable stealth and assassination experience delivers its largest and most ambitious edition. ‘Hitman 3’ brings us back to Agent 47 to invite us to find the most elaborate ways to end our objectives. An action game that could well be classified as a puzzle.

‘The Medium’

 

 

 

 

  • Platforms: PC and Xbox Series
  • Price: 49.99 euros

Horror fans have a date with Bloober Team and their particular vision of fear. After dazzling us with ‘Layers of Fear’ they return to play with the duality of two worlds, the real one and that of the dead, to get us fully into ‘The Medium’, an adventure not suitable for the faint of heart.

‘Little Nightmares 2’

  • Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch
  • Price: 32.46 euros

The first ‘Little Nightmares’ was a great game in which its particular aesthetic, something like if Tim Burton made a horror game, caught all eyes. Now without the wow factor, ‘Little Nightmares 2’ proves that it can also gain our full attention in the playable. An opportunity in which he only faltered in the past due to excess of ease.

‘Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury’

  • Platforms: Switch
  • Price: 48.99 euros

After becoming one of the most celebrated platforms of the Nintendo plumber and to some extent falling into oblivion due to the curse of Wii U, ‘Super Mario 3D World’ comes back to life to demonstrate its full potential to those who did not take the glove in the past. He also does it with ‘Bowser’s Fury’ a new adventure to facilitate even more -if possible- the drink to those who have already played it.

The most anticipated games of 2021

‘Returnal’

  • Date: March 19
  • Platforms: PS5

Housemarque has become one of those studios that are rarely seen, but when they do it is to sit in on the chair. The kings of Martian-style shooting are back with what is probably their most extreme martian.

‘It Takes Two’

  • Date: March 26
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series

If anyone was left wanting more Josef Fares after ‘Brothers’ and ‘A Way Out’ , It Takes Two comes to demonstrate what a great idea that cooperative sofa adventures are. A platform game in which you accompany a couple who are not going through their best moment and who promise tons of smiles.

‘Monster Hunter Rise’

  • Date: March 26
  • Platforms: Switch

After succeeding in other people’s houses with ‘Monster Hunter World’ , the hunt for giant bugs based on grinding and elemental effects returns to what has been their home for the last few years. ‘Monster Hunter Rise’ has a difficult challenge ahead, but let’s be damned if we don’t have a crazy desire to lose ourselves in it.

‘Resident Evil Village’

  • Date: May 7, 2021
  • Platforms: PC, PS5 and Xbox Series

Another of the great titles of 2021 will be the return of the first person to ‘Resident Evil’ . It worked like a charm in ‘Resident Evil VII’ and here it promises an even darker and more mindless installment, so we can’t wait to get our hands on it and see how you feel about adding werewolves to the classic zombies.

‘Deathloop’

  • Date: May 21
  • Platforms: PC and PS5

With Arkane at the end of the world and, seeing the potential of this magnificent idea published by Bethesda recently acquired by Microsoft , it would be crazy not to give it the attention it deserves. A groundhog day with trained assassins as protagonists and the difficult challenge of finishing your objective while he tries to do the same.

‘Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart’

  • Date: June 11, 2021
  • Platforms: PS5

Another that will probably mark the beginning of the year will be ‘Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart’ , a platform anchored to the possibilities of the PS5 SSD and one of Sony’s star titles for this year. We will see if the possible delays of other projects also make it the absolute king of the console.

‘Back 4 Blood’

  • Date: June 22
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series

With a name that leaves no room for too many interpretations, the creators of ‘Left 4 Dead’ return to the fray with a new overdose of zombies and cooperative action. The bar is incredibly high and not having the Valve umbrella can be scary, but if there is anyone who can take this forward, it is them.

‘Kena: Bridge of Spirits’

  • Date: 1st half 2021
  • Platforms: PC, PS4 and PS5

We have a special affection for ‘Kena’ because it was one of the first games to show us the potential of the new generation. After delaying its arrival to live up to expectations, this Pixar-scented adventure will be one of the great assets of PS5 during the first half of the year.

‘Halo Infinite’

  • Date: 2nd half 2021
  • Platforms: PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series

He did not start off on the best foot, but if there is anyone who can stand up after any battle it is the Master Chief . His goal is to become the first great standard bearer of the new generation of Xbox, so to face that milestone he will probably wait a long time for his paw to appear again.

‘Horizon Forbidden West’

  • Date: 2nd half 2021
  • Platforms: PS4 and PS5

Nobody had high hopes for the creators of ‘Killzone’ after the last setbacks, but Aloy’s adventure managed to succeed where Sony seemed not to find its place. The open world of ‘Horizon Forbidden West’ promises to be even richer and more spectacular, so the only thing left is to cross our fingers tightly so that it lands in 2021 as promised .

‘Hogwarts Legacy’

  • Date: 2021
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series

The return to Hogwarts will take place in a different era than Potter’s, but that does not detract one iota of importance from Warner’s game. With ‘Hogwarts Legacy’ we are facing one of the most promising and ambitious games of the year. One of those mixtures of adventure and RPG that you will have to approach whether or not you are a fan of the saga.

‘Far Cry 6’

  • Date: 2021
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and Stadia

Ubisoft has had one of lime and another of sand with their latest releases, so there are many eyes on ‘Far Cry 6’ and its leap to the new generation. Fans of the saga have another map ahead of us full of marks to clear, and that is usually more than enough to earn our enthusiasm.

‘God of War Ragnarok’

  • Date: 2021
  • Platforms: PS5

We may end up wanting it in the end, but Sony has promised that this year we will hit Kratos and his son again with axes. From ‘God of War Ragnarok’ it is known just, that it will seek to repeat the feat of the first, mixing action and narrative in a masterful way. Turn to find out if you can curl the curl.

‘Gotham Knights’

  • Date: 2021
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series

Batman has died and it is up to his faithful pupils to continue with his particular work. From here we can expect a fairly continuous open world with respect to what was seen in the ‘Arkham’ saga , but we will have to see how the change and the passage of the years feel like it. In any case, it is a game to be taken into account by fans of the bat.

‘Gran Turismo 7’

  • Date: 2021
    • Platforms: PS5

It will be difficult for Sony to end up jumping into the pool with such a catalog for 2021, but for now ‘Gran Turismo 7’ is listed as one of the star releases of PlayStation 5. Fans of the Yamauchi simulation can wait here for the most ambitious delivery of the saga. Its creator has already dropped that, like John Hammond, they have spared no expense.

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