Today's game developers are blessed with advanced technology and modern tools that enable them to craft outstanding video games that were just a dream in the past years. With these powerful tools, gamers all over the world can expect that the coming year will see the quality of video games reaching a far higher level. In this regard, here are some of the upcoming video games that can be considered among the top five.
A wonderful change will happen with Tekken 7 in 2017. Instead of just being on Japanese arcades only, it will debut on PCs and consoles in the first quarter or perhaps the second quarter of next year. The fighting sequences will be more exciting because of the cinematic look and feel that were added.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite
Considerable changes have been made in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. Instead of the conventional 3v3, the video game now has a 2v2 format. With this change, players can expect the fighting mechanics will be improved. The addition of Infinity Stones that can supply extra speed and strength will also make the game more exhilarating.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
A report said that Naughty Dog will focus on Nadine and Chloe in the upcoming Uncharted: The Lost Legacy for PlayStation 4. Players can expect to learn more about these two, their backstories and probably how they came to be together. This upcoming video game is Uncharted's first story expansion.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
This RPG game will finally return on game consoles next year. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will also be launched for Nintendo Switch and Wii U. Nintendo gave a hint to players that they should forget all the things they know about the video game. Could this mean there is a drastic change made on the game?
Halo Wars 2
At last, after seven years, Halo Wars 2 will finally launch on Feb. 2017. The Halo universe will have a new villain. There will also be two game modes, the single-player and the multiplayer. The video game will not only be playable on XBox One but it will also be available on PCs running on Windows 10.