The Last Guardian is a PlayStation 4 exclusive from the same people who made the much loved games Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. It mightn't look much different now to how it did when it was slated for PS3, but it still looks as original and touching as ever.
Coming from Guerilla Games, the people behind the KillZone series, this new PS4 exclusive is focused on a post robot apocalypse world, where the surviving humans have gone back to primitive ways. Compared to most post apocalypses, this one is full of beautiful nature, and I'm looking forwards to this one next year.
Hitman is coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One, and is a reboot of the popular Hitman franchise, called simply Hitman. Rebooted or not, it seems to offer the same stylish assassinations in very open missions. Something which the Hitman series has been doing since way before Assassin's Creed ever came along.
Halo 5. It's the fifth game in the Halo series. Does more need to be said? This trailer shows off the new warzone multiplayer mode which seems to be two teams competing in a battlefield full of computer controlled madness. Sort of like the Halo take on Titanfall I guess. Looks like a lot of fun anyway.
Rise of the Tomb Raider made a lot of headlines last year when it was announced as an Xbox One exclusive. It certainly doesn't seem to have done the game any harm visually as this trailer is down right stunning. I love the last game in the series and this game is one of the main reasons I own and Xbox One. I will be all over this this coming November.
The last South Park game was slightly over looked, launching on the last gen consoles after the current gen consoles had already debuted, but for anyone who missed it, it was a great game that authentically brought South Park to light. If South Park is your sense of humour, it was about as funny a game as you can imagine too. That subtitle, 'The Fractured But Whole' is all kinds of brilliant too. It still makes me chuckle. Coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC should help prevent this one from being overlooked when it launches sometime next year.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution was an amazing return to form for the Deus Ex franchise. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, launching in the first half of next year, looks to update the amazing gameplay and pair it with cutting edge visuals on your PS4, Xbox One or PC.
"Tom Clancy's: The Division" is a game that has been on and off of peoples radars for a couple of years. It's game set in NYC after an orchestrated pandemic on Black Friday wiped out most of civilization. Now what survivors are left fight amongst the deserted streets. Playing online with friends in small squads, it seems to highly focus on the online play. Personally I keep yelling at them to hit up Shake Shack since they're stomping around Madison Square Park, but there's probably a line.
And finally, there is Just Cause 3. The Just Cause series is basically aimed at people who look at the stunts in the recent Fast and Furious movies and go 'Eh. They're playing it kind of safe aren't they?'. Imagine if Batman wasn't afraid of killing people or using guns, and was addicted to explosions. Maybe just watch the video. This one is coming December 1st to, you guessed it, Xbox One, PS4 and PC.