The new PC games of 2021 are already too many to list. Due to the part by Covid-19 pandemic, quite a lot of games—big and small—got delayed until 2021. Now that we are in the new year, we’ve got quite a feast of new PC games to have your eyes upon.
Far Cry 6
After fictionalizing Montana for three years, Far Cry is all set to rock with the fictional Caribbean island Yara. In this one, the big baddie is El Presidente Antón Castillo which will be played by Breaking Bad’s Giancarlo Esposito.
Batman dead. His superpowered proteges are the only ones left to defend Gotham City: Batgirl, Robin, Nightwing and Red Hood. Developed by the studio which generated 2013’s Arkham Origins, Gotham Knights can be played alone by swapping between the four heroes or in teams of two.
Agent 47 is now coming back for more comedy assassination hijinks. The progress from Hitman 2 will carry over such that you might also be able to play the maps from both of the last two Hitmans in Hitman 3. It was also learned that the engine will support 300 active NPCs at once.
Elden Ring is possibly the most anticipated PC game. It is expected to be a jaw-dropping collaboration between A Song of Ice and Fire writer George R. R. Martin and Dark Souls director Hidetaka Miyazaki and. It will be available on all platforms from some point in 2021.
Crimson Desert is an MMO fantasy action RPG which will most probably be released in winter 2021, and is definitely going to be a visually stunning affair. It’s the newest game from Black Desert Online developers Pearl Abyss. It’s distinguishing feature is yet to be known. There’s only one point of worry and that is you may need a powerful gaming PC to play it at a high frame rate.
Humankind is a 4X turn-based strategy game developed by Amplitude Studios. It allows you to create your own civilization, from a number of different historical cultures, leading to endless opportunities. You have over 60 cultures to choose from and can choose your way out to manage your units, as well as how you want to develop your cities.
The Chief is now back with the long-awaited game in 343 Industries’ take on Halo. The Banished are back for Master Chief to tangle with and this time he has got a grappling hook. Infinite’s multiplayer will be free to play while the campaign will have to be purchased as usual.
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