There have already been plenty of big, new games in 2020 but there's no doubt it's been a chaotic year. The Covid-19 pandemic forced studios to begin working from home, a new workflow that has created delays for the biggest and smallest games of the year alike. Even at the end of the year, Cyberpunk 2077 has seen another delay, pushing its release to December
New consoles are also arriving this year, making November a pretty big month for large launches on the shiny new hardware. Some bigger games have had their release dates moved to line up with Sony and Microsoft's plans for the Xbox Series X and the PS5.
1) Cyberpunk 2077. Cyberpunk 2077. 1.25M subscribers. ...After several delays and years of trailers, CD Projekt Red's next open-world RPG is finally dropping in December. For real this time, probably. Andy recently sat down and played a whopping 4-hour demo of the game and came away impressed and excited to play more.
2) Demon's Souls. PlayStation. 12.7M subscribers. ...
3) Star Wars Squadrons. EA Star Wars. ...any fan of Star Wars what they most yearn to reenact in a video game, and they’ll likely tell you two things: lightsaber duels and space battles.
4) Assassin's Creed Valhalla. Ubisoft North America. ...The next of Ubisoft's quasi-historical assassin adventures is a story about Vikings raiding and settling in northern Britain. You'll play as Eivor, a warrior helping to fight against the Normans to claim a new home. Like other recent Assassin's Creed Games, Valhalla leans into some RPG elements and will let you build up Eivor's settlement as you
5) Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time. PlayStation. ...
6) Bugsnax. PlayStation. ...
7) Dirt 5. PlayStation.
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