The Biggest Video Games Coming In Spring of 2021
Spring is here and with it a few big video games are up for release. As the flowers bloom and the fine weather comes soon, a host of exciting new video game releases are coming into shape for the coming year. April offers an amazing variety of titles, with unexpected sequels, upgrades, remasters, and several new IPs that have the potential to be something special. Spring is finally here, and like winter, it brings with it plenty of new titles to hypnotize.
Here are some of the most exciting games not to miss in April. Scroll down to read more. After a promising demo, people are flying ahead with Square Enix’s Co-op RPG Outrider, which will be released earlier this month.
Taking a page from another series, the infinite multiplayer free-to-play campaign can be purchased as usual. From Software is an ambitious role-playing game about the world developed with Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin, and we hope it will be released in 2021.
From the people who bought your Endless Space comes a new historical strategy game that allows you to rewrite history. Create your own civilization and evolve through the centuries. The excitement stems from the hack-and-slash features and cross-play between console and PC.
Vampire-based game Bloodline’s equal is rumored to come in the later half of 2021. The previous game was an absolute RPG masterpiece, packed with vampires, dark alleyways, and rich characters. It was written by the same creative genius as the first game, so we can expect more of it.
At the moment it does not look like a good game, as Paradox Interactive Hardsuit Labs is withdrawing from development and deferring pre-orders. But the end state determines what could be an interesting early access game in the coming years.
Xbox Game Pass will receive the first releases of Octopath Traveler, The Game of Empires, Sins of Yakuza 6, and more. The service, along with the launch of Outrider on April 1, which is a highly anticipated title at full price on other systems, will secure day-to-day operations.
April is here, and anyone itching for a new game is in luck. The upcoming Oddworld: Soulstorm will be released to PS5 and PC owners on April 6. Xbox owners can look forward to seeing Outriders land on the Xbox Game Pass on April 1, 2021, while PS5 owners will have to wait until April 30 to play the new Roguelite shooter Returnal. It is also home to a new exclusive loot shooter for the PS5. Below are all the releases of April’s video games.
April will also see the release of highly anticipated games such as Oddworld Soulstorm, Ni: A Remaster and more. We also have other games like It Takes Two and Evil Geniuses 2 to look forward to. Arcane Smooth Death Loop is also in development, with Biomutant being released in May. April also seems to be strong for Outriders, which started for us on the first day.
It is shaping up to be an outstanding year for video game releases, which is handy considering that many of us are stuck at home looking for things to do. Although we won’t be releasing a new generation of consoles this year, it’s the year we’re starting to see a lot of releases, with the latest being a big hit and a mix of exciting games on the way. On all platforms, including PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, there are major new releases to look forward to through 2021.
It can be difficult to keep track of every game that is released
When the game studios were working from home during the COVID 19 pandemic, some major releases scheduled for 2020 were postponed. There are still many big games that have been postponed or announced for 2021. Here are the most anticipated games of the year.
It’s April, which means we’re a third of the way through to 2021. The hype surrounding Super Mario 3D and Hitman 3 is on the rise. That will change in the coming months, with games like Deathloop and a new Pokemon on the horizon. Unlike last year, there is no flashy new hardware other than the 4K switch, but the software that’s coming is promising.
New games in 2021 have brought us a few surprises this year, and we will expect more in the spring. We saw our first surprise success in the early access with the Vikings game Valheim. We were also pleased with Hitman 3’s trilogy finale, as we hoped.
The Pokemon Company: Pokemon Red and Blue got remakes for the Game Boy Advance and Switch, Silver and Gold for the DS, and Ruby and Sapphire for the 3DS. Pearl and Diamond were originally released on DS in 2007.