3. Horizon Zero Dawn – February 28
Horizon Zero Dawn is a game that is based 1,000 years later on. In it, humanity has been diminished to a progression of cave dweller like tribal groups as the world has returned to a pre-noteworthy scene of lavish greenery and unsafe wild creatures that are robots. That is correct, a world where each creature is a robot. Disentangling that puzzle ought to be as enjoyable to as Horizon Zero Dawn’s gameplay looked in its E3 demo amid Sony’s 2016 press conference.
4. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands – March 7
The Ghost Recon series is taking a hint from Metal Gear Solid 5 and Grand Theft Auto 5 by removing levels and setting the forthcoming Ghost Recon Wildlands in a huge open world overflowing with Bolivian drug peddlers. They are expecting being shot in the back of the head as they remain around guarding an abandoned warehouse. Wildlands highlights a single-player battle that will have gamers investigating each square inch of territory for many hours. Nevertheless, the online multiplayer co-op is the place the game guarantees to sparkle, as you and a few mates can go on raids chase down drug traffickers.