Top 25 Upcoming PC Games of 2018, 2019 & Beyond

Top 25 Upcoming PC Games of 2018, 2019 & Beyond

Hey Guys! It’s Earnest for Whatoplay! PC Gaming’s E3 presentation just recently
shed light on some of the games coming to the PC. From among over 1000 upcoming PC games for
2018, 2019, and beyond, we’ve made you a list of our 25 best and most anticipated picks. (breathe) If you want to see the complete
list of upcoming PC games, you can visit us at using the link in the description
box below. Here’s our top picks arranged by release
dates. Shadow Of The Tomb Raider The iconic heroine jumps into further danger
as she dives into the darkness for the rebooted series third Entry. Safe in the hands of Eidos Montreal and Crystal
Dynamics, this final entry sees Lara Croft on her way to stopping the The Mysterious
Organization Trinity. Explore the ruined halls of ancient Latin
America as you recover ancient relics that could change the course of history. As gorgeous as it is deadly, return her shoes
once it releases on September 14th. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Massive Entertainment welcomes back to the
Division with this latest installment of their multiplayer action RPG. With Ubisoft’s latest look at the game, The
Division 2 will see the virus spreading outward from Manhattan and into a post-apocalyptic
Washington DC. So, bring out your friends once more, as you
become the last unifying hope for mankind. Much has yet to be seen from the title, and
you can find out for yourself by signing up for the game’s beta. It’s set to release on Oct 5th, 2018 Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey With the Assassin’s Creed series going on
a bit of a slope, Ubisoft decided to change gears and their progress is a delight. Starting with the egyptian jaunt that was
Origins, this exploration of 5th century Greece continues their pivot towards choice friendly
RPG. Take a pick between their male and female
characters, maneuver through the story with their branching dialog, and wield your weapons
of choice amidst the growing battles. A loving tribute to Greek myth and history
set to release this October 5th, 2018 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Activision’s upcoming CoD title may not come
surprise to anyone, but they’re actually tweaking their formula this year. Opting out of the usual single-player campaign,
Black Ops 4 is going all in on the trend with the newest Battle Royale mode called Blackout. Other than that, there will also be some changes
to gameplay with the introduction of manual health regeneration. It’s set to release this October 12th, 2018. Battlefield V Battlefield is revisiting their roots with
another trip back to the battlefields of the second world war. Dive into action with their controversial
female protagonist, and enjoy a spectacle of destructible environments and moveable
artillery. Players will be served with more team-based
interactions with changes like aided health regen and squadmate revivals. Following the lead of today’s games, a battle
royale mode might also be on the menu. Historically accurate or not, the game is
coming to shelves this Oct 19th, 2018. Soulcalibur VI Travel back to the 16th century to discover
hidden truths in the sixth major installment of Bandai Namco’s Soulcalibur series. A weapon-based fighting game, the series has
always put a spotlight on the gaming industry’s best fighters. This year, in celebration of their 20th anniversary,
they’re bringing the legendary witcher Geralt of Rivia into the mix as a special playable
character. It’s a visceral 3D experience, and it’s coming
on October 19th, 2018. Fallout 76 Bethesda expands the horizons of Fallout’s
nuclear wastelands in this latest entry to their radioactive Fallout franchise. Looking pretty much like the Fallout 4 world
we were introduced to, Fallout 76 promises an interactive playground where everyone is
on a struggle for survival. Set in a persistent online world 4x bigger
than the last, you’ll be have to learn to ropes of their dog eat dog environments. Brave the NPC-less landscape by building bases
and forming alliances. It’s set to release this Nov 14th, 2018. Just Cause 4 A franchise built on freedom and chaos, Avalanche
Studios is giving you a brand new taste of the apple of discord as you wreak more havoc
in their destructible open world. Building a new engine from the ground up,
this fourth installment is built on better foundations so expect the excitement to ramp
up. They’ll be more things to destroy with four
fresh biomes, each a fitting canvas for your explosive delights. It’s set to release this 4th of December, 2018. Anthem While EA might have been in some hot waters
earlier last year, we’re hoping Bioware’s leadership is enough to steer this online
RPG to the right direction. Looking like an answer to Bungie’s Destiny
2, Anthem hopes to stir the MMO waters with their stunning exosuits and lush graphics. Plus, with the lootbox-free assurance, there’s
plenty of hope going around for what might be a spectacular title. It’s set to release on February 22nd, 2019. Monster Hunter World CAPCOM’s taking their biggest franchise
to the PC. Of course we knew it was coming. Released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
this January 2018, poor MasterRace has to wait for a couple of months for their own
big release. Take down huge monsters with your specialized
weapons and team up with your friends for that sweet loot. It’s the ultimate Monster Hunter game and
it’s coming out this Fall. Metro Exodus The third and biggest Metro game to date. Deep Silver’s post-apocalyptic Russian wasteland
takes you out of the tunnels and up to the irradiated Moscow streets. Return as Artyom and rebuild civilization
amidst the nuclear winter. The game is as atmospheric as ever with a
new weapon customization system, better visuals and more mutated monsters. It’s coming this February 22, 2019. Devil May Cry V Sparda’s brooding bloodline continues in
this fifth major entry to CAPCOM’s Devil May Cry series. The Sons of Sparda may be returning, but 4’s
major character, Nero, takes center stage. Armed with his Red Queen and Blue Rose, he
continues to fight Demons in the now infested streets. Not much details were given about the story,
but Dante and Vergil will surely return. It’s coming this Spring 2019. RAGE 2 Just one of Bethesda’s many successful shooter
series, id Software and Avalanche studios have worked hand in hand to set the deserts
ablaze in RAGE’s brand new sequel. With a presentation heralded by party master,
Andrew WK, RAGE 2 is set up to the be the insane post apocalyptic shooter we wanted. Step into the shoes of Walker as he parties
it up against ferocious new monsters in 60 frames per second. A focused single player experience, it’s set
to release in Spring 2019. Skull & Bones Ubisoft takes on a grand maritime adventure
in this new IP set in the vast Indian Ocean. Taking after the naval expeditions of their
assassin in Black Flag, Skull & Bones offers a renewed perspective on pirate life. Return to the dawn of the pirate age as you
steal every bit of gold and litter the seas with the flotsam of your rival’s hulls. It’s a much more complete and appropriately
combat-heavy buccaneer experience. It’s set to release sometime in 2019. Atomic Heart Although it had no coverage during this year’s
E3, this first-person shooter from Mundfish took us by surprise when they released a full
gameplay trailer. Take down clown-like machines with your insane
amount of weaponry. Obviously a direct inspiration by Ken Levine’s
Bioshock series, it’s set in an alternate steampunk world of the Soviet Union. It’s coming this 2019. SEKIRO: Shadows Die Twice Moving away from the Gothic darkness of their
last two breakout successes, FromSoftware goes on a sort of homecoming with this newest
title rooted in Japanese fantasy. Putting a ninja at the forefront, it’s definitely
a far cry from the Soulsbourne series, shining a spotlight on new weapon choices and mobility. But, despite the new setting, we’re hoping
the devs remain true to their trademark difficulty and challenging bosses. Set to release in 2019. Control Another surprising game that showed up at
E3 is Remedy Entertainment’s time-bending game, Control. From what we can tell, you take on the role
of Jesse Farden, the new director of the “Bureau of Control,” a bureau that fights against
supernatural foes. Players will be given the chance to explore
the shifting halls at the Bureau’s headquarters and the ominous place called “The Oldest
House”. This game is set to release in 2019 Gears 5 The Gears of War series has long been a staple
of Microsoft and with this simplified rebrand they’re well
on their way to a full blown franchise. In E3, they showed us two spinoff upcoming
spinoffs like the mobile Funko Pop title and the exclusive turn-based strategy Gears Tactics. Their latest entry to the grisly shooter is
prepping you up for a new round of locust destruction, with amped up visuals and a female
main character. Coming this 2019. Ori and the Will of the Wisps The next bold adventure in Microsoft’s mesmerizing
metroidvania game goes back to the magical forest. This time, Ori meets newfound friends as they
rebuild their home after a mysterious sickness from the previous game. A promising new combat system brings a whole
new light to the cute spirit guardian. On top of that, the game completely improves
on their atmosphere and it’s filled with freshly detailed landscapes. It’s set to release in 2019. Maverick’s Proving Grounds Most Battle Royale games only limit to 100
players. Maverick’s Proving Grounds ups the scale
with 1000 players. We’re not even sure how can their servers
handle it, but from the looks of it, it’s under control. The game’s creators promised single-player
missions and objectives that could improve the entire BR genre as a whole. No release date yet, so stay tuned. Cyberpunk 2077 The most awaited game this E3 2018 comes from
the developers of The Witcher series. This is a video game inspired by Mike Pondsmith’s
RPG tabletop called Cyberpunk 2020 but with a CD Projekt Treatment. That means open-world, memorable sidequests,
great RPG elements and first person perspective. Witness a dystopian future where Technology
means the fall of humanity. No release date yet. The Elder Scrolls VI We didn’t get much more than an announcement
trailer at Bethesda’s presentation but they knew it was enough to get us hyped until its
imminent arrival. After a long drought in the Elder Scrolls
series, marked by nothing but remasters and reinventions, it’s refreshing to know there’s
life after Skyrim. No details have yet been revealed, but we’re
sure we’ll all get by scrutinizing every pixel of that teaser. No release date yet. STARFIELD Bethesda’s huge IP leap isn’t set on the
medieval ages, nor the post-apocalyptic America. It’s set in space! This science fiction surprise takes us to
the cosmic void. Unfortunately, not much is known about the
game except it’s taking similarities to Bioware’s Mass Effect. Todd Howard’s still busy with Fallout 76
right now, and it’s gonna be a while before we find out more about this game. DOOM Eternal Demons? Check. Pile of dead bodies? Check. Doomguy? Fuck yeah. Id Software amps up the badassery of this
sequel to their 2016 reboot. The teaser trailer only showed a few things
including a demon-infested planet which could be Earth, new monsters and of course Doomguy
doing his thing. The creators of the game mentioned it will
be twice as huge as the original and more monster types. Now that’s a lot of damage. No release date yet. Beyond Good & Evil 2 It’s been 15 years. Ubisoft’s action RPG space opera gets a
massive sequel. Explore a universe where humans and anthropomorphic
animals live as one, Beyond Good and Evil has no shortage of personalities, especially
with space pirate Jade on the forefront. Explore the sacred city of Ganesha alone or
with a friend in co-op multiplayer! No release date yet. SABLE The tissues were out for comicbook fans last
E3 after indie developer Shadeworks reveal of their Moebius inspired adventure. Looking straight out of the pages of Jean
Giraud’s classic graphic novels, there’s so much to love about the games’ visual quality. But, the icing on the cake is the immersiveness
of their sparse, desert open world. While it can’t hold a finger to Breath of
the Wild’s scale, Sable seems to capture the beauty of exploration and discovery in their
lush, small scale universe. It’s set to release in 2019. Thanks for watching our video! Once again, if you want to see the complete
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100 thoughts on “Top 25 Upcoming PC Games of 2018, 2019 & Beyond

  1. For the full list of ALL the upcoming games for the PC, check out our website:

  2. I like the channel and all, but jeeze dude. This list should be called Upcoming Games, not PC. Most of these are available on literally all systems. What’s the point of this?

  3. I'm excited for
    1. SEKIRO: Shadows Die Twice
    2. Shadow of the Tomb Raider
    3.Assassin's Creed Odyssey
    4.Fallout 76
    5. Gears 5
    6. Cyberpunk 2077

  4. man, these lists are not only great and have thorough details, your voices makes them even better. can't wait for DOOM!

  5. I dislike. why? you are only dealing with conference pc games. but other great games just deserve be presented here. Call of Cthulhu and total war: three kingdoms were showed in the E3 afterwards the conferences and Call ot Cthulhu was rewarded! This games look better than most thyrd party games showed here. yes, this looks like a play station list.

  6. Lol, you can't pierce through a human body with a trident. Have you ever tried eating baby back ribs with a fork?

  7. Judging by that watch you wearing nobody needs a support your channel my guy you're already doing well enough without it LOL

  8. Top 5 of the year 2018 No crack New Gundam Breaker . assassin's creed odyssey . Monster Hunter: World . yakuza . Shadow of the Tomb Raider

  9. I'm still playing games from the 1990's early 2000's on my new Ryzen 5 1600 Windows 10 machine. I don't see any reason to buy new games. I have over a thousand games and that's not including emulation. ?

  10. Pff, Fallout 76. Just garbage to say the least. The elder scrolls 6 will be garbage too! I am done with Bethesda.

  11. Oh great … more brainless FPS games.
    That's just what the market needed … *roll eyes*

    I must be getting too old for gaming as I haven't played shooters in 10 years, they bore me to death … thank God for strategy games where you have to use your brain cells.

  12. that the problems when u watch others people and reupload again n use ur editing
    well wherebis warcrafy 3 reforged bruh? please make ur own research and u will be tons of subs

  13. im only 19 and im starting to wonder if my passion of gaming is quickly starting to fade, or if im just not with the times. Battle royal hype on top of nothing interesting me, i wonder who else is with me…

  14. Way too many crappy indie games on PC, I miss 2014 & below back then we would have like 20+ amazing AAA games on PC, now I have to shovel threw the shitty indie games….. Most new PC games are online only multiplayer, sometimes I just want a singleplayer experience with good gameplay & engaging story!

    (Preorder was once upon a time used for limited stocks, to ensure everyone got a copy. Digital downloads are infinite. You damage release dates, quality and developer commitment with your stupidity, and then become a jaded youtube commenter, not understanding why so many games are now coming out half-finished, with developers holding out their hands waiting for your money and grinning at your stupidity)

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