As we turn the calendar page, the radar screen is already lighting up with big games approaching.
The final game in Creative Assembly's trilogy brings the last of the tabletop wargame's armies into digital form. Expect reworked sieges and lengthy survival battles.
Dark Souls 4 in everything but name. With an open world that's grand, ambitious, and more approachable than anything FromSoftware has made before, this could be game of the year.
Stalker always felt ahead of the times with its dynamic, AI-driven world, which was as chaotic as it was glitchy. This sequel promises a true open world with prettier graphics.
Vermintide in the 41st millennium? Money down. Fatshark's next co-op horde FPS will feature iconic weapons of Warhammer 40,000, like chainswords and thunder hammers.
Arkane's shift from immersive sims to action games seems set to continue with this four-player co-op FPS in which vampires are feeding off the people of Redfall.
Welcome to "Skyrim in Space", the first new IP from Bethesda in 25 years, and an RPG that is set to offer plenty of choice.
We've seen nothing from this sequel in ages, but from that brief debut trailer, Hollow Knight's sense of mystery and exploration seems alive and well.
A game that looks as disconcertingly haunting as anything Resident Evil director Shinji Mikami's studio Tango Gameworks has produced so far.
Available through Early Access since 2019, we can't wait to fully aquaint with this RPG's party of bickering, romanceable characters when the full game launches this year.