New Games of 2018

New Games of 2018

Nowadays everyone is fond of games. Everyone needs time for their entertainment. So for their refreshment, they spend time playing games and most of these games include online games. As New Year has arrived, everyone is excited about the new games arrival. Here are some of the online games for this year to be refreshed.
You’ve probably still got many of the best games of 2017 piled up in your backlog, but we always seem to find a way to be perpetually excited about the next big thing. With that in mind, these are the hottest games on the horizon – a mix of blockbuster AAA titles and bold projects made on a smaller scale. Many of these games will be here before you know it – and though exact dates are still up in the air for the majority of these exciting titles.

Monster Hunter: World

This marks the new era for Capcom’s beloved, long-running action series, as Monster Hunter: World trades handheld portability for exceedingly shiny graphics. It refreshes the co-op, third-person hunts for the modern market. This new Monster Hunter has you pursuing some very big game – think dinosaurs and dragons – as you creep through tropical jungles and conceal your approach using foliage-based camouflage. It’s all in the name of fancier armor and outlandishly large weaponry, and a new grappling hook should add a new layer to the series’ hard-to-master movement and attack options.
Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC
Release date: January 26, 2018

Metal Gear Survive

Hideo Kojima’s got absolutely nothing to do with this Metal Gear game, besides its reuse of assets built for Metal Gear Solid 5’s Fox Engine – but there’s reason to have an ounce of cautious optimism for Metal Gear survive. This is a third-person multiplayer survival game, taking place in a strange alternate dimension in which the many supporting soldiers on Mother Base suddenly find themselves swarmed by crystal-covered zombies.
Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC
Release date: February 20, 2018

Sea of Thieves

Who doesn’t love pirates? The swashbuckling, the loot, the rum, the fabulous hats. Most of us have at one time or another wished we could leave our world all behind and run away to sea. The time has come to live out that dream and to bring friends along for the ride. Sea of Thieves is Rare’s latest, with first-person pirating full of cooperative crewmates collaborating in the pursuit of treasure. Competitive types can also try to rule the seas by battling (and ideally sinking) other players’ ships.

We Happy Few

We Happy Few is practically a must-play based on the concept alone, which somehow manages to blend a BioShock-style society of deranged drug addicts and the kitschy 1960s whimsy of Austin Powers into one delightfully creepy survival game.
Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC
Release date: April 13, 2018


Anthem is essentially EA’s answer to Destiny: a shared-world shooter that aims to fully immerse players in a gigantic sci-fi universe. You play as a Freelancer engaging in third-person, Mass Effect-style shootouts, armored up in your Javelin exosuit to explore and exterminate within some gigantic alien biomes.
Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC
Release date: Fall 2018
Hope you enjoy your days playing these games when released.

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