Waiting for 2017: 10 Games To Look Out For

Games to look out for in 2017
Source: businessinsider.com

Every E3 gives us a menagerie of video game news, trailers, and interviews with developers. The event can sometimes be so overwhelming because of the sheer amount of excitement and hype. With all the information, it can be easy to miss out on some news like new game releases.

2016 is about to end, but the news from E3 gives us a lot to be hopeful for in 2017. Here is a list of new games, reboots, much-awaited titles, and sequels for your gaming laptop that you should watch out for next year:

  • Absolver

– is a martial arts action role-playing game developed by Slocap. Some reviewers are calling it a mix of Dark Souls and Street Fighter.

  • Agents of Mayhem

– is from Deep Silver, creators of Saints Row. Set within the same universe as Saints Row, control unique Super Agents and fight against the LEGION!

  • For Honor

– Ubisoft Toronto’s release for 2017. Set in medieval times, select between Knights, Vikings, or Samurai and get ready to fight on the battlefields of For Honor.

  • Mass Effect: Andromeda

– A successor to the critically-acclaimed Mass Effect series. Andromeda is going to be the first title in the series to feature an open world environment. Apparently, Bioware isn’t resting on its laurels.

  • Prey

– Prey is a sequel to the 2006 game. Originally canceled in 2014 for being stuck in development hell, Bethesda decide to push through with the first-person shooter / role-playing game.

  • Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

– Can’t get enough of Resident Evil? Well, Capcom’s releasing the 7th title for the series next year.

  • Scalebound

– Take control of Drew’s dragon, Thuban, in the world of Draconis in this third-person RPG from PlatinumGames.

  • Sea of Thieves

– Screenshots of this game first came out in 2015, now Rare’s pirate game is ready for launch in 2017. Create your custom stories on the high seas with this game’s tools.

  • Tacoma

– Following up on the success on the success on of their first game, Gone Home, Fullbright’s releasing Tacoma. Set in the space station Tacoma 200,000 miles from Earth, this game boasts similar visual designs to BioShock.

  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands

– Returning to Ghost Recon, the game offers a military shooter campaign that starts and finishes in a four-player co-op. Call your friends!

You have the rest of 2016 to save up to get these muchanticipated games. If you want to welcome 2017’s newest titles, make sure you get your hands on the best gaming laptop for the job. Check out the best gaming laptops from Sager Notebook!

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