- Warcraft 3: Reforged – 28 January 2020
This remastered release is expected to be one of the best Real Time Strategy games from Blizzard. After the announcement in Blizzcon 2018, many fans have been waiting for this game’s release date.
Warcraft 3: Reforged will be released on 28 January 2020; it features updated character’s, graphics, cinematic, and (possibly) campaign mode.
Moreover, the world editor programs are also back, meaning that crafty players can create their own maps, modes, or a new campaign by themselves. Just can’t wait!
- Nioh 2 – 13 March 2020
The sequels of the “souls-like” games released in 2017, this new game takes place before the events of the first game (the first game takes place during the year 1600, near the end of the Sengoku Period).
Nioh 2 will be all about the Warlord Toyotomi Hideyoshi, one of the key figures who united Japan during this war-torn era. While in the first version, gamers played as William Adams, Nioh 2 features character customization, allowing players to create their own characters.
Along with 7 old weapons and 2 new weapons, the key feature of this game is that instead of a “Living Weapon”, one’s character can transform into Yokai, using their own power against them. Nioh 2 will be released on 13 March 2020.
- Doom Eternal – 20 March 2020
After being delayed since 2019, the sequels of 2016’s Best Action Game Doom have finally been released. Following the story of the first game, gamers will play as Doom Slayer, the warrior characterized as having raised Hell to such an extent that demons fear and worship him.
This time, however, not only the surface of Mars and the fiery realms of Hell as the playground for rip and tear hordes of demons, but also, the surface of the Earth ravage by Hell’s army, other ancient realms, and even Heaven will be visited.
Along with the old and new weapons, Doom will also have a new Multiplayer mode call Battlemode, a new 2v1 multiplayer mode where players can play as 2 Demons against 1 fully loaded Doom Slayer. Doom Eternal will be released on 20 March 2020. How exciting!
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