Best PC Games Coming in 2022
How will PC gaming change over the next year? We won’t know until 2022, but there are already plenty of games coming out that will take your breath away (or make you want to kill your computer, at least). We’ve compiled the best and most promising PC games of 2022 into this list so you can stay informed on what’s coming up in the world of PC gaming!
Top Five Upcoming Games
From day one, many gamers have been looking forward to watching and playing these upcoming games from 2022. These titles have been heavily touted on gaming blogs and subreddits for months, if not years. Here’s a list of our top five favorites coming out next year, with maybe a few surprises.
Hopefully, you’ll enjoy them as much as we do! We can’t wait for Game X: The Game. There’s no denying that it’s going to be great—even better than anything else ever made. In fact, Game X: The Game is going to be so amazing that all other games will just fade away into obscurity once it comes out.
We’ve been following its development closely since its announcement at E3 2018, and all signs point toward greatness (or at least mediocrity).
One of our most anticipated games ever is finally almost here! You might have heard about Game Y: The Game when it was announced last summer, but now it’s set to come out early next year. What makes Game Y: The Game so special?
Ranking The Upcoming Games
While there are many new games releasing in 2018, there are also quite a few that will launch later on. These titles range from casual to hardcore and appeal to both casual gamers and die-hard enthusiasts. Some of these upcoming games will be available for PCs, mobile devices, consoles, and virtual reality headsets. The top 5 upcoming games for 2022 include some of your favorites, as well as some you may have never heard of before. Here’s our list
Alpha, Beta, and Release: Most gamers are already familiar with the development stages. If you’re not, here’s a brief breakdown: Alpha is used to describe a stage of software testing that comes directly after development. In alpha testing, major components of games or apps have been implemented but there may be bugs that need to be identified before beta can begin. Beta is usually when most of an app or game has been released for public use on a limited scale. The purpose of the beta is to identify bugs and make changes prior to release; it’s also used as a method of soft-launching new software.
[Publisher Name] Release Date: [Release Date] Developer: [Developer Name] Genre: [Genre Type] Platform: [Platform (e.g. PC, PS4, Switch)] Description Fantastic! I can’t wait to play it! – The Intern
According to recent reports, developers and publishers are actively working on new games for release in 2022. If you’re looking forward to playing any of these titles, you might have a long wait ahead of you—though it should be worth it when they do hit store shelves. In addition to these games, there are also several others that aren’t currently confirmed but are expected to arrive before 2022 comes to a close. It may seem like a long time away, but if you start saving now and investing your money wisely, it should be fairly easy for you to get a hold of some truly unique PC games within a few years. It won’t take as much effort as starting from scratch!
Development Milestones (Did they meet them?)
In 2022, there will be a slew of new games released that should satisfy every kind of gamer out there. Whether you’re a fan of racing games, fighting games, MMOs, or role-playing games, there is plenty to keep your attention and entertain you for hours on end. Below is just a brief list of some of our favorite titles to look forward to in 2022. Be sure to check back regularly so we can let you know what makes it into next year’s top 10! Which ones are you looking forward to? Let us know by leaving us a comment below!
Other Thoughts (Unique/Creative Features, etc.)
Of course, next year’s list is going to be much different from a few years from now. However, here are some generalizations: Oculus Rift and HTC Vive 2 will rule virtual reality; rumors of SteamOS hardware will keep popping up every now and then until Valve finally pulls the trigger on its own VR headset; there will be another major battle between Microsoft and Sony as they fight over which console can play games best; Nintendo has already announced that it’s delaying its new game console until 2023. And we’ll see an entirely new set of games; virtual reality will open gaming doors to all kinds of crazy possibilities.
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