Games for 2022
The most exciting new games are that will be available from 2022 to 2023 across PS5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, PC and more
The time is fast approaching for the final days season, which means that the next few weeks will be packed with the final batch of new games to be released in 2022. If you’re interested in the top-rated Fall games that came out in recent weeks – like Gotham Knights, Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope, Scorn, and new Tales from the Borderlands aren’t the ones that have caught your eye Maybe you’ll be able to find something that interests you in the following list.
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for the upcoming PS5 games such as God of War Ragnarok, there are a variety of forthcoming Xbox Series X games or even some interesting forthcoming Switch titles and new horror games coming out. It’s worth looking through this list of the coming games in 2022 to ensure you don’t miss any.
Below is our overview of the most important new games coming out in 2022 by release order. However, you should check through our comprehensive guide on the release dates for video games in case you’re looking for the most comprehensive listing of all the games scheduled to launch in the coming three months. If you’re interested in what’s coming out in the coming year (and beyond) Then you’ll want to take a look at our this list of coming games in 2023..
Keep going as we take you through the 2022 games that are coming out which are scheduled to launch at the closing of the month of December.
“Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
Platform(s): PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC
Date of release Date: October 28, 2022
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is officialy in the works from the developer Infinity Ward and will see the return of Task Force 141 from the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 reboot scheduled for 2019. It’s going to continue the storyline, which concluded with Captain Price meeting together with CIA handling agent Kate Laswell to discuss Victor Zakhaev and General Shepherd. As we await multiplayer to arrive on the 28th of October We’ve got an early version of our Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 review currently in process.
Date of release: October 28, 2022
Thank you Nintendo for making Bayonetta 2 possible through financing the development of a Wii U sequel, and now you’re offering Platinum players another blasting witch by releasing Bayonetta 3.0 on the Nintendo Switch. PlatinumGames promises a massive overhaul of the combat system, including more ridiculous encounter designs, as well as some new graphics that are expected to challenge on the Nintendo Switch to breaking point. We’re eagerly awaiting.
Platform(s): PC, Nintendo Switch
Date of release Date: 4 November 2022
At the June Nintendo Direct Mini, Square Enix revealed a new RPG called Harvestella, which comes with fishing, farming and dungeons. In Harvestella you are able to carry on your day in any way you like and meet the people around you as well as exploring the locale of Lethe and tending your crop. As time goes by as the season changes you’ll need to prepare for the upcoming season of danger called Quietus. In this season, it’s claimed that plants die away, and people are unable to venture outside due to the appearance of dangerous dust.
Platform(s):PS4, PS5, Xbox One Xbox Series X/S Switch, PC
Date of release:November 8, 2022
The blue hedgehog, the most famous of all animals, returns for a brand new adventure in which you’ll experience what’s known as “open-zone liberation”. Inflicting a lot of damage on your enemies as you move through Starfall islands and you’ll be speeding across deserted areas, forested areas and much more. The trailer that debuted for the first cinematic film of Sonic Frontiers which was showcased at this year’s Game Awards 2021 gave us an overview of these settings, including immense structures and massive waterfalls.
God of War: Ragnarok
Platform(s): PS5, PS4
Date of release: November 9, 2022
God of War Ragnarok has blown up the internet thanks to its latest trailer that shows Kratos as well as a larger Atreus struggling with family tensions in the face of Freya, Thor, and the upcoming Ragnarok. Eric Willaims has taken over the director’s duties from Cory Barlog, and the story will have father and son traveling to new worlds such as Vanaheim, Svartalfheim, and Asgard and meet up with new characters such as Angrboda as well as Odin. This is the last portion of God of War’s Norse series.
Platform(s): Xbox Series X, PC
Date of release: November 15, 2022
Obsidian’s 2nd important Xbox exclusive for 2022, following the launch of Grounded from Early Access, is Pentiment. It’s quite strange – which is a wonderful thing. The company behind The Outer Worlds and Fallout: New Vegas is working on a historical narrative game in which you are solving a string of murders that took place over a period of 25 years within 16th century Germany. Its focus is on character development and a choice-driven story telling, Pentiment is shaping up to be one of the most distinctive games of this year. Pentiment is among our most eagerly anticipated coming Obsidian games because of that!
Platform(s): PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC
Date of release: November 16, 2022
Modern Warfare 2 launches on October 28 , and is expected to bring a brand new era for Call of Duty. Two weeks later, Warzone 2 will go on sale and it’s among the top and most thrilling new battle royale titles that we’ve seen in a long time. Based on Modern Warfare 2’s sophisticated gameplay and motion mechanics Warzone 2 arrives with a brand-new map, a fresh method for looting and loading outs as well as some innovative ways to recawning and shrinking circles. This map is sure to be a big one.
Goat Simulator 3
Platform(s): PC, PS5, Xbox Series X
Date of release: November 17, 2022
You didn’t. Goat Simulator 2. Coffee Stain has decided to leave the sequel out completely and instead jumped head-first into Goat Simulator 3 – and it’s as ridiculous as you’d imagine it to be. With a huge new sandbox to tear away and an advanced technology for physics to make sense of, Goat Simulator 3 is expected to be an utterly ridiculous playground that also supports co-op with four players in case you wish to bring your friends along for the chaos.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me
Platform(s): PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One
Date of release: November 18, 2022
Supermassive Games is set to launch the season 1 final episode from The Dark Pictures Anthology. The Devil in Me is an interactive adventure and survival horror that follows an investigative team who are navigating an actual replica of the serial killer H.H. Holmes The infamous Murder Castle. Five playable characters with a multi-linear plot and a setting where life and death are defined by the player’s choice We’re curious to know whether the studio is able to stick to its initial decision on its anthology project.
Pokemon Scarlet as well Violet
Platform(s): Nintendo Switch
Date of release: November 18, 2022
There’s a new Pokemon game due out in 2022 and it’s an duo. Pokemon Scarlet as well as Violet will arrive toward the closing of the year, and will provide an open-world experience. Following on from what we saw in Pokemon Legends: Arceus the game will feature an all-encompassing world that allows you to roam the world in your own way and capture Pokemon. The game will also be introducing Gen 9 Pokedex. Gen 9 Pokedex, and take inspiration from Spanish and Mediterranean cities.
Warhammer 40K: Darktide
Platform(s):PC, Xbox Series X
Date of release: November 30, 2022
Warhammer 40,000: Darktide is an all-new action game for co-operative play from the same team who created your Vermintide series. You’ll be able create an individual character and establish the skills they have, and play in some stunningly grim sci-fi environments to defeat hundreds of terrifying creatures. Fatshark promises to be an evolution of the melee system in Vermintide 2 that are now complemented by Warhammer 40K’s massive gunplay. If you’re playing solo or with your friends, Darktide will surely be an absolute blast.
Marvel’s Midnight Suns
Platform(s): PS5, Xbox Series X, PC
Release date: 2nd December 2022
Firaxis is the creator responsible for Firaxis, the creator of XCOM series, has announced that it will bring gamers Marvel’s Midnight Suns – a supernatural strategy game with 12 of the most iconic Marvel heroes. The Midnight Suns characters are banding together to fight Lillith who is the Mother of Demons. However, they’ll need assistance from The Hunter which is you, the very first custom-designed Marvel hero. Marvel’s Midnight Suns is set to launch on PS5, Xbox Series X and PC on December 2nd, and it’s expected to be released on PS4, Xbox One, and Switch is scheduled for 2023.
The Callisto Protocol
Platform(s): PC, PS5, Xbox Series Xbox Series
Date of release 2 December 2022
For those who love survival horror, they may wish to install the Callisto Protocol on their internal motion sensor. It’s the debut game of the game studio Striking Distance, the next-gen survival horror game is set in a maximum security prison on Jupiter’s moon with plenty of bloody horror from aliens. It was developed by Glen Schofield, the man who is the source of Dead Space, The Callisto Protocol is also set within the PUBG universe, Yes, thatPUBG universe. Check it out, now you’re curious.
High on Life
Platform(s): PC, Xbox Series X/S
Date of release 13 December 2022
The High On Life is a brand new comedy by Rick and Morty creator Justin Roiland. Playing the part of a student at high school with nothing much to do, you discover yourself as an intergalactic bounty-hunter that is battling an alien cartel that is attempting to invade the earth to make use of humanity as an experimental drug. And, of course, you’ll be collaborating with bright talking guns.
Final Fantasy 7: Crisis Core Reunion
Developer: Square Enix
Platform(s): PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch
Date of release: December 13, 2022
Square Enix is finally plucking Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 from its vault that was locked PSP storage vault, and making it available on other platforms. Final Fantasy 7: Crisis Core Reunion is a gorgeous-looking version from this Final Fantasy 7 prequel which first came out in 2007. It includes HD graphics, updated 3-D designs, updated battle models models to keep it in line along with Final Fantasy 7 Remake, and more. It’s gorgeous and we’re excited to play it in the coming year.
Date of release:December 2022
Platform(s): PC, Android, iOS
The forthcoming indie title developed by creator Demagog Studio is an isometric strategy adventure that we first caught an idea of at Summer Game Fest 2022. With stunning art style, Highwater is set in a world that has been hit by a catastrophe in the climate. In the flooded world the player follows an individual by the name of Niko who embarks on an adventure by boat. Along with friends that Niko meets on the way and it also includes combat on the turn that involves needing to utilize elements of the environment.
Platform(s): PS5, Xbox Series X PC PS4, Xbox One
Date of release:December 2022
Atomic Heart is a weird atmospheric horror shooter that has some of the most bizarre lookin’ monsters we’ve encountered in recent memory and we’re not able to look away. The game was originally announced in 2020. Mundfish’s vision for a dystopian USSR that is populated with robots and holograms has been announced and is scheduled to be released in the next few months on PS5, Xbox Series X PC, Xbox One and PS4 consoles of the last generation.