After the incredible ads we saw on the E3, we have decided to prepare a list with the most expected games for this second half of 2019 and what is coming to us in 2020. This year it is loaded with many first-party games, as well as titles that were announced years ago and will finally see the light over the next few months.
- Bloodstained Ritual of the Night
After so many years of pleas on the part of the followers of Castlevania to revive Symphony of the Night, Koji Igarashi, producer of the series, decided to create through the platform Kickstarter, crowdfunding to give life to this project.
Given the success of the fundraising that reached nearly $ 5.5 million, they managed to start the creation of Bloodstained Ritual of the Night. We are sure that any follower of this franchise will not be able to leave out this game that promises to be the spiritual successor of one of the best Castlevania, if not the best, created.
- Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled
Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled will be a remake of the famous game 1999 Crash Team Racing. In it, we will see the renowned Crash along with his friends competing in highly entrenched karts races today as a genre. The game will be published by Activision and produced by Beenox. The franchise will seek to connect with all nostalgic fans by putting their hands back on this title. It will feature game modes such as Adventure Mode, individual race, versus mode, tournaments, Time Trial, Battle Mode, and Online GamePlay. It is expected that the number of characters to select will not disappoint.
- The Sinking City
An action and adventure game set in mystery and terror that is inspired by H. P Lovecraft’s works. In this title, we will also be a private detective but gradually losing his mind due to the situations he is living during the game. In theory, the game is intended to be an open world. Research in such a free society will guarantee many hours of play. However, everything will be finely spun into Charles W.’s central history. Reed, as she investigates the causes of the Oakmont floods and supernatural situations surrounding her and is driving her inhabitants crazy. The game will be set in the 1920s.
- Super Mario Maker 2
After Super Mario Maker’s success, Nintendo has decided to launch the continuation and give its followers many more options for creating their franchise worlds. You will also be able to create new levels with the Super Mario 8bits style, and we will be able to make use of skills that had not been added in the last delivery. A title that, inevitably, many fans of the Big N are eager to try.
- Lost Ember
Lost Ember is an adventure game developed by Mooneye Studios. You will have the opportunity to explore the ruins of an ancient empire from the perspective of a wolf who seeks his place in the world. You’ll use the ability to control any animal you find along the way. Your mission will be to get the way to the city of Machu Kila, where many of your questions will be answered. However, it will not be so easy, and a considerable amount of dark secrets will be revealed as you move forward in the game.
- Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order
After almost a decade since Marvel Ultimate Alliance’s last release, Nintendo brings us the exclusive third installment of this franchise. A title that will possibly be loaded with endless hours of multiplayer fun. Let’s remember he’s the strong one in this game. On this occasion, the entire superhero team will face Thanos and his allies. You must do everything in your hands to stop one of the villains, most known of Marvel. The game will have a local and online multiplayer option.
- Sea of Solitude
An adventure title developed by Mei Games and published by Electronic Arts. As a player, you take control of a young girl named Kay, who must explore an abandoned city. During the adventure, you will find creatures with red eyes and discover the reason why Kay is also one of them. This ruined city is based in Berlin. Art bears a certain similarity to the Spanish game rhyme.
- Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle (DLC)
The DLC of the second installment of Attack on Titan, developed by Omega Force and published by Koei, reaches our consoles with it is beat them up style that will be based on all the events of the third season of the highly acclaimed anime. We’ll see new Titans, new gear, and displacement skills with the speeds.
We will also have the option of “Territory Recovery Mode ” as well as the possibility of having individual battles against humans. It is clear how successful this franchise has been, starting with the manga, continuing with the anime, and now with the video games. Attack on, Titan remains one of the favorites today.