5 upcoming video games on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Xbox in 2023
Games on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC are having an incredible year in 2023, with a ton of big releases vying for your attention. Undoubtedly, several of these titles were ones we looked forward to last year but were postponed.
However, 2023 is when the current-gen will fully gain its stride after a couple of years of adjusting to both the newest console generation and development difficulties caused by the pandemic. Here are the 5 upcoming video games on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox in 2023.
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1. The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
A straight sequel to the greatest video game ever created, if not ever? The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild suggests that it is prepared to build upon Hyrule's groundbreaking sandbox open environment by metaphorically constructing a completely new cosmos in the skies above.
2. Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
Marvel's Spider-Man is one of the most well-liked PlayStation exclusives of one of the most well-liked superheroes, thus it makes sense that there would be a sequel. Furthermore, it makes sense that this time, you'll be able to take on the roles of both Peter Parker and Miles' renditions of the web-slinger as they fight against brand-new adversaries Kraven the Hunter and fan favorite Venom. This comes after the well-liked expansion of Miles Morales.
3. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
The strongest selling point for 2019's Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was still using a lightsaber as a Jedi, even though it felt a bit unoriginal and borrowed ideas from Uncharted and Sekiro. The saber combat is at least a little more forgiving than Sekiro's.
After The Elder Scrolls and Fallout, Bethesda's first substantial new open-world IP, Starfield, sounds astronomically huge in scale. So it should come as no surprise that the game's original release date of November 11 was delayed to November 11, 2022, in an effort to either shake the studio's bad release record or avoid any confusion with the controversial release of another extremely ambitious space simulation, No Man Sky.
5. Street Fighter 6
Early impressions point to a beautifully polished fighting game with innovative new ideas, a daring hyper-realistic design, and more user-friendly control options. But the ability to design your own fighter to compete in a big single-player mode and an online battle hub will establish a safe new platform for both seasoned fighting game players and the younger generation.