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Release date: 19 October 2018Available to pre-order from: Platforms: PS4, Xbox One and PC Following the success of Battlefield 1 in 2017, Battlefield V (4 1 = 5) is set to transport players to the second world war.
With the help of the 20 titles that we've listed below, Japan's looking to smash it out of the park in 2017.
Release date: 7th February (NA) 8th February (EU) Publisher: Sony We're going out on a limb here, but you may have heard about Nioh - that brutally difficult title which is out either right now or tomorrow, depending on where you are in the world.
This game was also announced during Nintendo's Spotlight at E3 2017 with a look at the gameplay.
We enjoyed playing Yoshi's Woolly World and this looks similar except that the wool has been replaced with cardboard - slightly less cute, but it still looks good.
Find out everything we know about the Final Fantasy 7 remake here.
Release date: TBCPlatforms: Switch Announced at E3 2017, we know next to nothing about Metroid Prime 4, except that it's coming to the Switch, and probably in 2019 or even later - though we do at least have a logo to look at.
Expect combat, stealth, and giant irradiated wildlife to contend with along the way - so pretty much your average day out, really. Release date: 2018Platforms: Switch Not only is Kirby coming to the Switch, the much loved Yoshi is, too.
Release date: Early 2019Available to pre-order from: Amazon Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC Destiny is great and all, but wouldn't it be great if we just had even more of it? Release date: 2019/2020Available to pre-order from: Amazon Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC If you played Assassin's Creed: Black Flag and wished you could just spend all your time having piratical naval battles, you might want to take a look at Skull and Bones.
How about another Destiny, made by Mass Effect devs Bio Ware, and featuring sci-fi exosuits? Ubisoft has essentially taken the ship-to-ship combat of that title and expanded it into a full game in its own right, with customisable ships, a single-player campaign, and online multiplayer. Release date: TBCPlatforms: PS4, TBC Final Fantasy 7 is one of those undisputed all-time classic games - especially for RPG fans - so it's not really surprising that Square Enix is working on a remake.
That's Anthem, the latest attempt at a Destiny-alike, which has a similar post-apocalyptic sci-fi setting and MMO shooter combat, though adopts a third-person perspective to mix things up. This won't be a simple remaster though - the game is being rebuilt from the ground up, with new features like voiceovers, and we're expecting to see gameplay and combat systems adjusted too.
Instead of a Guardian you're a Freelancer, instead of harnessing the Light you wear a high-tech exosuit, instead of exploring beyond the limits of a walled city you... It will also be episodic, though we don't know exactly how the company will be splitting the game up.