Get ready for the grand finale! Because a console generation will come to an end in 2020, and as you know, that means: fireworks from all tubes! In any case, we are already in the anticipation mode for the new year and present: 20 game highlights that we are looking forward to like Bolle.
Rank 20: watch dogs legion
At the third attempt, Ubisoft finally seems to have found the right tone for the hacker scenario with Watch Dogs: Legion. This time, you can slip into the role of any NPC that suits you, be it a former boxer to mess up corrupt post-Brexit cops or a hunchbacked grandma who infiltrates nondescript shelters. With the small leap into the future, Watch Dogs: Legion has great potential to bring crazy, naturally hackable, technology into play that turns the environment into a game ball. Hopefully Ubisoft doesn't get bogged down in too much freedom.
19th place: Ori and the Will of the Wisps
With a predecessor like Ori and the Blind Forest, expectations for the sequel to Ori and the Will of the Wisps are high. Thanks to beautiful, hand-drawn environments, a challenging level of difficulty and its adult history, the debut became a game that will be remembered in a few years. So far, little is known about Will of the Wisps, however, the storage and combat system is said to have been worked on to make the sequel less frustrating and strategic. We will find out where little Ori's journey is on February 11th.
18th: Microsoft Flight Simulator
Who would have thought it possible that a new flight simulator would one day see the light of day? After all, the last part was a good 14 years ago. As is well known, good things take time: Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 almost borders on delusions of grandeur when it comes to planned gameplay features. The entire earth is simulated, which is why the developers use Microsoft Azure cloud support. But if you want, you can also install all the data on the computer: Then you need 2 petabytes (i.e. 2,097,152 gigabytes) of space on your hard drive.