The 35 Most Anticipated Games in 2022

Dejan Cvetnarevic
Dejan Cvetnarevic

Updated · Jun 03, 2022

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2021 was rough for just about everyone and everything, including gaming. 

As a result, somе titles have been pushed back for this year. Combine them with scheduled releases in 2022, and it looks like we’re in for a treat.

But which games will 2022 bring?

Here’s our list of the top 35 titles announced for this calendar year.

God of War: Ragnarok

There’s no doubt God of War: Ragnarok is one of the biggest PlayStation releases of 2022. The 2018’s game was an excellent reboot, and the series is set to continue in the same over-the-top and grandiose style.

Atreus’ giant genes showing up in the trailer confirms the game is set several years after the previous installment’s events. Now, together father and son have to face the impending apocalypse while fighting old and new enemies. The threats introduced in the game are some familiar names from Norse mythology, including Thor and Freya.

The action-adventure title arrives in a single-player with one of the best gameplays in the gaming industry. It won’t feature an open-world, but it will be broader in its scopes and landscapes than the previous version.

Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

Release date: 2022 (exact date not yet specified)

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

WB Games and Rocksteady Studios have already shown us what they can do with the highly-popular Batman: Arkham series. Now, they’ve come up with a continuation of it in the form of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

Rather than playing as Batman, you get to experience the Arkhamverse through the lens of Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, and King Shark. The best part - you’ll fight Superman, Flash, and other Justice League members. They have all been brainwashed to protect the game’s main villain - Brainiac.

More good news:

This open-world action-adventure game will be available in both single-play and multiplayer cooperative gameplay. When playing solo, you’ll have the option to switch between characters at will while the AI runs the rest of the team.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S

Release date: 2022 (exact date not yet specified)

Hogwarts Legacy

After years of waiting, the Wizarding World is finally getting a new game. Avalanche Software first delayed Hogwarts Legacy in 2021. We’ll be able to try it in 2022.

From what we know so far, you play as a student in the late 1800s  at Hogwarts. This means you’ll be learning various magical spells, taming fantastic beasts, mastering other combat abilities, etc. The game, however, will include locations outside of the famous school, such as the Forbidden Forest and Hogsmeade Village.

It’ll be an open-world game that lets you customize your character and pick your companions. The morality system will play a role in Hogwarts Legacy, and the choice you make will “define the legacy of Hogwarts.”

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox X/S

Release date: 2022 (exact date not yet specified)

Elden Ring

Among the new games 2022 will bring is also Elden Ring, a long-awaited epic fantasy title by FromSoftware. George R.R. Martin was involved in the creation process, so there are huge expectations.

The game is set in the realm of the Lands Between, after the destruction of the titular Elden Ring. The player’s goal is to find all the scattered shards, a.k.a. the Great Runes, restore the ring, and become the Elden Lord.

It’s an open-world action role-playing that you get to experience from a third-person perspective. The game is a spiritual successor to the Dark Souls franchise, and it features many elements that can be found in it. Like in the abovementioned series, you’ll be able to summon other players for cooperative play.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Release date: February 25, 2022

The Day Before

We’ve seen a lot of post-apocalyptic zombie survival games in the past few years, but they are still quite popular. Well, The Day Before looks like it could be the next big thing.

While we don’t know all the details, it looks like this game places you in an abandoned city (New York?) where you can fight the infected and clean out shelves in supermarkets. One of the reasons why it got so much hype is the graphics. The gameplay trailer features a scene in a massive shopping mall that looks as realistic as possible.

It’s an open-world MMO that lets you choose whether you want to participate in PvE activities or jump right into PvP battles. If you want to interact with other players, you can visit in-game social hubs like a gym or bar.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S

Release date: June 21, 2022 (PC)

Ghostwire: Tokyo

At the 2019 E3 event, Bethesda teased Ghostwire: Tokyo with a short cinematic. Players were left to wonder how the final product would look, and last year, the first official trailers arrived. 

They showed a majority of neo-noir Tokyo citizens vanishing and the main character fighting Yokai - Japanese spirits that prowl the streets of the city. These include starving skeletons, creepy two-mouth women, and other ghosts and demons. But they’re not the only ones around. Roaming the streets are also the “Visitors” who wear Hannya masks and whose role in the story still remains a mystery.

Hostwire: Tokyo is a first-person action-adventure game with various horror elements. It has unique combat systems that the director described as “karate meets magic.”

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 5

Release date: 2022 (exact date not yet specified)

Gotham Knights

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League isn’t the only Batman game we’re getting in 2022. Although WB Games Montreal is behind it, the new Gotham Knights doesn’t take place in the Arkhamverse, but it has its own continuity instead.

In this universe, Bruce Wayne is dead, and it’s up to his former proteges to save the city of Gotham. Nightwing, Batgirl, Robin, and Red Hood are in charge of continuing Batman’s legacy from their Belfry base. That's where you can switch between the characters and take on new tasks.

The game is available in a single-player and two-player cooperative mode. The latter allows the second player to drop in and out without affecting the other one. The team-up option allows only two players as the game sticks close to the Batman: Arkham series-style mix of stealth, fighting, and puzzle-solving.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Release date: 2022 (exact date not yet specified)

Starfield

Bethesda is finally releasing its first RPG in 25 years. The director, Todd Howard, had said that Starfield was already playable in 2018 when it was first announced. He and his team have been perfecting it ever since. So, it’s safe to say we can expect a lot from this game.

This long-awaited game takes place in an area that extends outward from our Solar System. In this new “Settled System,” the United Colonies and Freestar Collective have engaged in a bloody war in the 2310s. The game takes place 20 years later. You assume the role of a Han Solo-like space explorer.

The developer describes Starfield as a new next-generation experience with a “realistic science-based backing.” The game also includes character creation to make the adventure feel more personal.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox Series X/S

Release date: November 11, 2022

Evil Dead: The Game

In 2017, we got a chance to play Friday the 13th: The Game. Now, we get to see another popular slasher franchise video game enter the scene. We’re talking about Evil Dead: The Game.

The game will bring back quite a few characters from the series' 40-year history. Not only that, but the original actors will also return to voice them. Evil Dead: The Game is a survival horror game with multiple maps, including the iconic cabin in the woods from the movie series.

Four players choose their characters from the Evil Dead franchise cast while another player takes on the role of a Kandarian Demon. That player’s goal is to hunt down everyone else. Other characters don’t just run away from the demon. Instead, they can loot the map and craft items. Once they find everything they need, they can turn the tables on the main villain.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Release Date: February 2022

Company of Heroes 3

Age of Empires IV was a real hit in 2021, and Relic Entertainment has taken the same approach with its WW2 title - Company of Heroes 3.

The newest installment of the popular series takes the role of Allied Forces during their invasion of North Africa and Italy. The story is dynamic, and the decisions you make throughout the campaign impact the narrative’s ending. Another new feature is the Tactical Pause button that lets you stop the battle, queue up your commands and continue once you finish.

While all Company of Heroes campaigns were excellent, many strategy fans love the series for its multiplayer aspect. Relic Entertainment has prepared co-op skirmish, competitive multiplayer, and custom game modes for the new game.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Release date: Late 2022

Gran Turismo 7

PlayStation players have something to look forward to as Gran Turismo 7 arrives in 2022. It’s the first time we get to see a multi-console installment in the series, as it’ll be available on both PS4 and PS5.

The game features over 420 cars and more than 90 circuits. Yes, you’ve read that right. 

Also, Gran Turismo 7 brings back the GT Simulation Mode and main menu style from the fourth installment in the series. Many other classic features are ready to return, including Championships, Special Events, Driving School, etc. However, this doesn’t mean we won’t see the new Brand Central, GT Sport Mode, and similar features.

As you can imagine, the game will be available in single-player and multiplayer modes. The PlayStation 5 will run in 4K resolution and 60 frames per second for the best racing experience.

Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

Release date: March 4, 2022

Saints Row

Many gamers initially saw the original Saints Row as a Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas imitation. Over time, it found its groove and became a thing for itself. Now, the game is getting a reboot, and the expectations are quite high. The new Saints Row recently got a six-month delay but is still set to arrive in 2022.

Since the franchise is getting a fresh start, it includes a brand new set of characters and offers a new approach to building up a criminal empire from scratch. You play as “The Boss” - a fully customizable character for a more personal experience. The game is set in the fictional city of Santo Ileso, which is initially controlled by three different gangs.

The new take on Saints Row will have a crop-in co-op mode that lets you play with your friends. Both players still get to play their own “boss” characters and progress their missions.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Release date: August 23, 2022

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is a D&D-inspired Borderlands spin-off that has made much noise at the 2021 E3 event. The wait is almost over!

From what we’ve seen so far, it looks like the gameplay will be similar to Borderlands. This means a lot of combat, large shooting weapons, and goofy humor. The only real differences are the fantastical setting and melee weapons in the new game. And if you’re wondering how we got there - it’s basically a table-top RPG with Tiny Tina acting as the Dungeon Master in her familiar style.

Just like the original game, you can play Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands in single-player and multiplayer mode.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Release date: March 25, 2022

Pokemon Legends: Arceus

The new Pokemon Legends: Arceus will bring some massive changes to the world of Pokemon when it comes to combat and catching monsters. Recently, the developer, Game Freak, released more content that has given us some extra information about the game.

We’re all familiar with the turn-based battle system Pokemon games use. Game Freak has decided to replace it with an action-RPG style. The player is tasked with helping the Hisui region (before it had that name) build its first Pokedex. This means you get to roam the land, document pokemon, and catch them.

Like other popular games in the franchise, Pokemon Legends: Arceus is a single-player Nintendo Switch-only game. However, what’s also new, is that the new game will feature an open world that lets you ride and fly on your pocket monsters.

Platforms: Nintendo Switch

Release date: January 28, 2022

Total War: Warhammer III

The Total War Warhammer saga is set to conclude with the new Total War: Warhammer III in 2022. With the previous two installments arriving in 2016 and 2017, it has been some time since the Warhammer fans got to enjoy something new.

While we don’t know much about the main campaign yet, there’s a lot revealed in the trailers released so far. The races Creative Assembly announced are Grand Cathay, Kislev, and factions based on the four Chaos Gods.

If you’ve never played the first two games or any other game in the Total War franchise, it’s a turn-based strategy and real-time tactics. You move armies around the map and command your army in a turn-based manner. You also have to think about diplomacy with AI factions if you want to win.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux

Release date: February 17, 2022

Dying Light 2 Stay Human

Next on the list is the new Dying Light 2 Stay Human. The successor to the original zombie apocalypse survival action-adventure created hype. One of the reasons for it is the parkour element specific to the title.

The new protagonist can climb, lean off edges, and run across walls. These are well-suited for navigating the unnamed post-apocalyptic city and running away from flesh-eating monsters. Another new feature introduced in this game is the zombie lifecycle that turns characters into monsters.

Like the original game, Dying Light 2 Stay Human supports four-person cooperative multiplayer. The game’s setting is a new area, simply referred to as “the City.”

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch

Release date: February 4, 2022

Horizon Forbidden West

During the past few months, PlayStation kept giving us little pieces of what to expect in Horizon Forbidden West. Six months after the events in the original game, our flame-haired hero heads west into new adventures.

The gameplay is similar to what you’re used to, but there are new allies, weapons, machines, and a lot more to discover on your journey. The trailer shows a post-apocalyptic San Francisco. According to the director Mathijs de Jonge, there are many other areas to be explored. One of the biggest additions is underwater exploration.

Just like with Horizon Zero Dawn, you can play the next chapter in Aloy’s story only in single-player mode. 

Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

Release date: February 18, 2022

S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2: Heart of Chernobyl

GSC Game World kept us waiting for over ten years to release the next S.T.A.L.K.E.R. installment. Judging from the footage shown in the trailer, it looks like it was worth it, as S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2: Heart of Chernobyl looks fantastic.

The original games were all about being exceedingly careful and not jumping the train, but it looks like the new installment involves a lot more combat. However, we got to see the survival mechanics such as hunger, stamina, and radiation. Also, unlike in the previous games, the world in S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2: Heart of Chernobyl is open.

This single-player first-person shooter is powered by Unreal Engine 5, and the trailers look amazing. While GSC Game World announced it’d be incorporating NFTs into the game, the idea was later scrapped.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox Series X/S

Release date: April 28, 2022

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

It’s been over five years since we last got a Lego Star Wars game. There’s hardly a better way to continue the series than to go back and tell the original story once again in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. Just like the trailer suggests, you can now experience the full saga in the world of Lego.

The game gives you access to hundreds of playable characters (over 300) and numerous landmarks from every era in the original story. How awesome is that? 

You don’t even have to go through the events chronologically. The game is all about letting you be in charge of telling a unique story.

It is available in single-player and in a shared or split-screen co-op. All locations include random encounters and are littered with collectibles for players to look for.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Release date: Early 2022 (exact date not yet specified)

Redfall

Redfall was another big E3 2021 announcement. If you like Left 4 Dead, you’ll definitely want to check this game out. It has a lot in common with the popular game, including intense action and cooperative play.

Not too many specifics of Redfall’s story have been released so far, but we know the basic plot. Vampires have taken over an island town called Redfall, and it’s up to the squad to deal with them. But there’s a catch. These aren’t your typical undead bloodsuckers. They’ve been created through scientific experiments gone wrong, and they can do much more.

The game is open world and works in both single-player and multiplayer modes. You can choose between four playable characters - each with his own unique background and skills.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox Series X/S

Release date: Summer 2022 (exact date not yet specified)

Blood Bowl 3

The best way to describe Blood Bowl is to say it’s the unholy lovechild of Madden and Warhammer. It’s been almost seven years since the previous installment was released, and after some delays, Blood Bowl 3 is finally ready to see the light of day in 2022.

At first glance, you may think that this is just your regular football game but with trolls and orcs.

It’s not. 

Blood Bowl 3 is a turn-based strategy RPG with tons of skills and stats that determine what’s going to happen. Just like in traditional football, you have to get to the endzone. The game brings new rules, customization options, league management features, and more.

Solo campaigns are new in Blood Bowl 3. Of course, there’s also the multiplayer mode, but you can now join leagues with management options and custom tournaments.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch

Release date: February 2022

Babylon’s Fall

Among new games arriving in 2022 are quite a few slash-‘em-up titles. Babylon’s Fall is one of them. 

You play as a Sentinel who’s tasked with conquering a massive tower referred to as Ziggurat. Once you complete a quest, you ascend several floors until you reach the tower’s summit. Along the way, you come across all sorts of opponents and loot to pick up. You can then use everything you’ve collected to upgrade your character.

You can head on quests alone or with up to three other players. Each player is equipped with a Gideon's Coffin, which lets players carry more weapons. This allows for some extra customization.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

Release date: March 3, 2022

Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong

Next on the list is one of the most anticipated games of 2022 - Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong. It’s a part of the huge table-top RPG and video game gothic-punk version of the modern world. The expectations are, naturally, huge.

The central characters are three one-hundred-year-old vampires - Galeb, Emem, and Leysha. Each character belongs to a different vampire clan, but rather than fighting between them, they’re focused on bare survival.

It’s a single-player survival RPG that puts an emphasis on telling a good and inviting story while striving to give players as much freedom as possible. Although it references table-top and previous installments material, it has been designed to suit new players as well.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch

Release date: May 19, 2022

WWE 2K22

Upon its release, WWE 2K20 got some disastrous reviews. Many fans deemed the game as unplayable. As a result, 2K canceled the next installment. Instead of releasing the 2021 edition, the company took some extra time to create a better game. And after two years of waiting, WWE 2K22 is about to arrive.

Bringing a rebuilt game engine and smoother controls, the new game has generated a lot of hype. Another reason for this is the MyGM mode which is returning after 14 years. 

You’ll be able to choose between 45 characters and create your own. The game will be available in both single-player and multiplayer modes.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S 

Release date: March 22, 2022

Marvel's Midnight Suns

If you’ve ever dreamed of creating your custom hero and joining a superhero team, you’ll love Marvel’s Midnight Suns. It’s a fresh take on the superhero genre that gives you an opportunity to live out your own Marvel adventure.

You play as “the Hunter,” a fully-customizable superhero, both in terms of appearance and powers. But that’s not all. You also get to control some of the highly-popular Avengers and X-Men members on your journey.

The combat is turn-based, but there are also parts of the game where you explore the grounds in a third-person view. Role-playing is a huge element in the game, with some of your choices having a major impact on the gameplay.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Release date: Late 2022

The King of Fighters XV

The King of Fighters franchise has been around for quite a while. In 2022, the series will get its first-ever Real Engine 4 and GGPO game - The King of Fighters XV.

Just like other installments of the game, it uses a fighting system with teams composed of three fighters. There’s also the MAX mode that gives you access to stronger techniques once your energy bar is full. The game will feature 13 teams of 39 playable characters with more of them coming as paid downloadable content.

Although often played because of its multiplayer aspect, The King of Fighters XV comes with a storyline focusing on Verse, the creature from KOF XIV. The multiplayer mode is expected to be better than it has ever been in the series.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S 

Release date: February 17, 2022

Sifu

Absolver developer Sloclap wanted its next project to be a single-player game, thus eliminating the need to develop the infrastructure required for online gaming. That’s how the team came up with Sifu, a beat’em up action-adventure game.

You assume the role of a kung fu student looking to hunt down and defeat five assassins responsible for the death of his family. Although the game is set in modern-day China, magic is present in the world, and the protagonist has a talisman that can revive him.

One of the most interesting concepts in Sifu is aging. As the story goes on, the protagonist gets older, and his abilities change. The game was intentionally designed to be difficult, and it puts an emphasis on “mastery through practice” - a key value of kung fu.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

Release date: February 8, 2022

Forspoken

Luminous Productions wanted to take advantage of the graphical capabilities of the PlayStation 5, which is why they started their Project Athia. Later, it evolved into Forspoken, an action RPG coming in 2022.

You play as Frey Holland, a young woman transported from modern-day New York City to the fantasy world of Athia. You get to use her newly-acquired magical powers to find a way home. Along the way, you’ll fight dragons, tyrants, and other types of opponents.

This single-player title has been described as a narrative-driven adventure that puts an emphasis on the graphical powers of the PS5. This includes ray tracing and procedural generation for giving life to large-scale creations.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 5

Release date: May 24, 2022

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum

You’d expect a LOTR game to feature Frodo, Legolas, or any other legendary group member as the main character. But that’s not the case with The Lord of the Rings: Gollum. Instead, as the name suggests, you take on the role of the least photogenic member of Middle-earth.

We’re all familiar with what goes on with Gollum in the books. That’s why Daedalic Entertainment wanted to focus on his life prior to Tolkien’s story. It'll give you a good idea of how it is to be the classic LOTR character with all the climbing and stealth-based fighting. The game will also force you to make decisions that impact the fragile balance between his Gollum and Sméagol sides.

This single-player action-adventure game looks great, and it may not be the last collaboration we get from Daedalic and MEE.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch

Release date: 2022 (exact date not yet specified)

Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown

Test Drive is finally making its comeback in 2022. The new game by KT Racing will be the 21st title in the series, the first since 2012. Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown will also be bringing some awesome new features.

This open-world racing game will be set in Hong Kong, which means left-hand traffic. However, the developer has also teased forests, mountains, beaches, and a lot more. Freedom of progression is another awesome new feature. While we still don’t know this will work, it’s assumed it lets you pave the way to championship however you want.

Like with most racing games, a multiplayer mode will be available, but we don’t know much about it. The Steam page mentions you can “race, cruise, and hang out with your friends.”

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Release date: September 22, 2022

Weird West

WolfEye Studios came up with a game based on the Weird West genre. In fact, the game is called Weird West because of it. It’s a fresh take on an action RPG that many players have been waiting for.

You play as heroes in the American frontier who come across supernatural elements. It may look like your typical fantasy game, but it’s definitely not. Everything you do is permanent, meaning that you can’t change the course of the events even by respawning. Also, there's a permadeath mode in which your characters can die permanently.

It’s a single-player game you’ll enjoy both because of the gameplay and the atmosphere. The developer even added Anishinaabe to the project to ensure their depiction in Weird West is authentic.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Release date: March 31, 2022

Stray

Stary is one of the more unlikely games you’d ever expect to play. So, if you were looking for something different to try in 2022, here’s a good option.

As the name suggests, you assume the role of a stray cat. Then you get to roam the streets of a world populated by robots. The trailer shows you get to the platform across rooftops and use different items to solve all sorts of puzzles. While there’s some combat in the footage the BlueTwelve Studio released, don’t expect a lot of fast-paced action.

The game has open-world elements, and it puts a lot of emphasis on art and atmosphere. It’s only available in single-player, but you do get some help in the form of a drone called B12.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

Release date: Early 2022

TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge

Turtles in Time was one of the best arcade games of its time. While they remained highly popular with new movies and animated series, the games haven’t had much success. Dotemu decided to replicate that success by releasing a retro throwback game - TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge.

If you’ve ever seen a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles show, you can guess what the game is about. You play as the TMNT squad and fight the bad guys, including Krang, Bebop, Rocksteady, and the Foot Clan. Also, don’t be surprised if Casey Jones and Shredder show up.

You can get the real TMNT experience through the four-player local or online co-op multiplayer mode. The latest trailer released by Dotemu also features April O’Neil as a playable character which adds some dynamics to the game.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch

Release date: 2022 (exact date not yet specified)

House Flipper City

The original House Flipper has laid the groundwork for new home repair tycoon games to follow. Among a few new titles, we’ll also see House Flipper City arrive in 2022.

It’s a real estate business management game that gives you the opportunity to buy and sell houses, flats, and commercial properties all around the city. You can choose from a wide list of paints, colorings, and objects to give the premises you buy a new look. Then, it’s all about getting the best deal for them and putting your money into something new.

This single-player simulation also looks great, which isn’t always the case with the games in the genre.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Release date: 2022 (Exact date not yet specified)

Card Shark

It’s very difficult to come up with an idea in the gaming world that hasn't been attempted yet. However, Card Shark may be the first of its kind. Rather than making you try to become proficient at playing cards, this 2022 title is all about deceiving your opponents.

From deck switching to false shuffles, the game lets you perform all sorts of tricks that can help you win. What’s more, Card Shark is presented in an 18th-century French wrapper. In this setting, playing your cards right means you can move up in society and even find your way to the King’s table.

The game is only available in single-player mode. What really adds to the overall feeling is gorgeous 2D game art.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch

Release date: 2022 (exact date not yet specified)

Wrap Up

2022 sure looks lit in terms of gaming. 

Of course, those are just some of the titles. There are tons of other games that are almost complete, and then those we’re hoping to hear about more soon.

For example, an untitled The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel might also arrive this year. And there are all those sports games like FIFA, 2K, and Madden that get new versions every year.We’ll make sure to keep you updated with all the games 2022 will bring. Keep an eye on this space!

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Dejan Cvetnarevic

Dejan is a techie at heart who always dreamed of turning his fascination with gaming into a career. He finds working for TechJury a perfect opportunity to express his views of all kinds of different software. Being an avid reader, particularly of fantasy and sci-fi, Dejan pursued a degree in English Language and Literature. When not at his computer, he’s watching sports or playing tabletop games.

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