With the end of the year so very nearly here, it's time to look ahead to what 2021 will be bringing us.
That's right, it'll be another year and that means 12 whole months of new games, delays, chaos, and whatever else the 365 days decide to bring to us.
Well, we're excited about it all anyway, and things are looking really good if you're mainly a PC gamer, because there are just so many damn games coming along.
So, here are our picks for the five most intriguing games of next year for PC gamers.
The Hitman series was always sort of an oddity. Every game was enjoyable enough most of the time, but it never quite found its legs. However, with the rebirth of the series recently things have been going better than ever for bald-headed people with barcoded tattoos everywhere. The next entry is likely to improve things even more by adding another layer of toys, and we're hyped.
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People Can Fly is an interesting shooter, and to be honest, we've been pretty excited about every game they've made given how enjoyable Bulletstorm was. Well, Outriders is their next game, and it's a third-person RPG shooter that looks like it could be a lot of fun indeed. It might be that it comes a little too late when compared to other similar games, but we have hope.
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Far Cry 6
The Far Cry series has been mixed, to say the least. While nobody can deny how excellent it can be, the last entry felt a little hollow. Well, 6 might be the game to bring things back to top form, and we're hoping that'll be the case.
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12 Minutes is a little indie game that tells the horrifying time-loop story of a murder, a wife and a husband, and Willem Defoejust doing an absolutely boss-level voiceover. We're excited to get our hands on it, and we get the feeling it's going to be an immense success.
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Psychonauts is widely regarded as one of the next Double Fine games around, and it's got a huge following as a result. Well,. the next entry is likely to try and improve on that in every possible way, and that can only be a good thing. Whether or not it'll bring in new fans remains to be seen, but there's a core audience here who can't wait to see it.
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