Mega Gaming Drops for 2021

2021 will be a mega year. Forget about 2020, we’re starting over and ready to take on all the mega challenges this year brings. By problems, of course, we mean games. The next 12 months will bring some of the biggest and most exciting drops in virtual entertainment we’ve ever seen, and we can’t wait to get stuck in.

Here’s our list of the most mega drops coming in 20201.


This is very interesting, but we can not yet say with certainty that this will happen in 2021. Bethesda’s first new RPG series in 25 years and an idea that has supposedly been floating around studios for more than a decade, Starfield is an action and adventure in space. That’s pretty much all we know, but if it’s as good as The Elder Scrolls or Fallout, we know we’ll be on a walk.

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Halo Infinite

Halo Infinite sees the return of the iconic Master Chief, the hero of the five major Halo games, and appears to take place several years after the events of Halo 5. The classic Halo action appears to continue in the next installment of this historic first-person shooter series with expanded weapons and upgrade systems. The new game takes full advantage of the powerful Xbox system to bring the lush terrain and exotic scenery to life.

Psychonauts 2

A whimsical action game where you play at a time, a psychonaut who hunts through trippy levels contained in brains in jars. The first game became something of a cult classic in 2005, and the sequel trailer features the voice of Jack Black, who previously stated that playing the game is very similar to taking magic mushrooms. This should be fun.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2

This might be on the list, as we don’t have a ton of Nintendo details yet on when we’ll see a full-scale return to Hyrule. The Hyrule Warriors prequels were enough to keep our appetites alive, but when the new game comes out, we’ll no doubt be hungry for another round against the evil menace of Ganon. There have been rumors for a long time that this game will feature Zelda as the main character, and we live in hope for this reality.

Overwatch 2

The studio behind Dishonoured brings us its take on multiplayer killing, combining its best-selling title with a Wolfenstein feel and setting it up in the party town of Blackreef in the near future. Two assassins locked in head-to-head combat fight in an endless barrage of hedonism that recovers in time each night. That sounds great.


The studio behind Dishonoured is bringing us their take on assassination multiplayer by blending their best selling title with a Wolfenstein feel and setting it in the near-future party town of Blackreef. Two assassins locked in head-to-head combat battle it out in a never-ending barrage of hedonism that resets back in time every evening. Sounds great.

Far Cry 6

Ubisoft is wowing us with the sixth installment of its incredibly popular Far Cry series. It appears to be a prequel to previous games, possibly Far Cry 3, and is set in the Revolutionary South American land of Yara, with Breaking Bad archibaddie Gustavo Fring aka Giancarlo Esposito playing a murderous dictator. Your task is to ignite the fire of the revolution and overthrow it. It’s going to be wild.

Horizon Forbidden West

Sony has planned a new exclusive adventure sequel for the PlayStation of the popular Horizon Zero Dawn. Set in the post-apocalyptic open world of the American West, Horizon sees your character grapple with an ecological divide and the rise of machines in a frighteningly connected future. Using the full power of the PS5’s lightning tracking system, the game looks absolutely impressive, but we may have to wait until the second half of next year to play it.

Ghostwire Tokyo

Set in a post-apocalyptic Tokyo where the population has been almost completely wiped out by some supernatural presence, you play as a spellcaster hero who must fight his way through hordes of creatures like Slenderman to save the city. This is pretty familiar territory for Tango Gameworks, which has a history in the horror and adventure genre.

God of War 2: Ragnarok

God of War: Ragnarok is definitely one of the most anticipated games of 2021. This follows from the events of GoW 2, where we discover that Kratos ‘ wife was actually a giant, and Atreus is half giant and half God. The game seems to focus on the Norse legend of the end of days, and we’re probably killing our way through the pagan pantheon. Wait until late 2021.

Gran Turismo 7

Grand Tourism 7 is shaping up to be a suitable next-generation racing game. Polyphony harnesses the nostalgia of the title series by bringing back the GT4 world’s choice map, enhancing the entire experience with the latest cars, customization improvements, and real maps, not to mention the PS5’s stunning graphics. This is one of the most realistic driving simulator games we have ever seen.

Hitman 3

The eighth installment of the series and the third and final installment of the World of Assassination trilogy see the ruthless Agent 47 destroy targets in Dubai and England. While Dubai is more familiar territory, the sprawling Thornbridge Manor looks like we’ll be playing more of the murder puzzle that worked so well in Hitman 2. IOI has announced that all of the previous Hitman 1 and Hitman 2 missions will also be ported over from previous games to be played in a lush 8K view.

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