2018 has been a splendid year for the video game industry, but taking a look at the most anticipated games of 2019, we can guess that this year, gamers have no reason to complain. Many of today’s most coveted games were presented at E3, with some gameplay that delighted players and the specialized press.

  • Find out what they are: The 15 best video games of 2018.

The most anticipated games of 2019 (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
If you are a user of any of these platforms, a year full of great games awaits you. These are the most important, ordered by their release date.

1. Kingdom Hearts 3 (PS4, Xbox One)
Fans of the saga received the news of Kingdom Hearts 3 like rain in May, and that is that the second part of this peculiar crossover between characters from Square Enix and Disney was published more than one of each. In this new adventure, good old Sora will be accompanied by the protagonists of Big Hero 6, Frozen and Toy Story . It promises to be one of the best RPG of the year.

  • Release date: January 25.

2. Resident Evil 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
The gaming community has been crying out for this remake, and Capcom has heard their prayers. The facelift is more than evident , and it is that the generation gap has been wonderful, but other aspects of the game such as gameplay have also been adapted to modern times. If you are one of those who are easily scared, we strongly recommend that you stay away from Resident Evil 2.

  • Release date: January 25.

3. Far Cry: New Dawn (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
With the release of Far Cry 5 so recently, launching a new title inspired by the same location as the fifth installment seems like a risk. But we already know that Ubisoft is a game-making machine and now it offers us a time jump of 17 years in Hope County, which has become a post-apocalyptic setting. It’s not the most revolutionary game of 2019, but it’s still Far Cry.

  • Release date: February 15.

4. Anthem (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
At E3 2017, Electronic Arts presented the gameplay of a new game with a futuristic aesthetic, very much in the style of Destiny or Mass Effect. The first look at Anthem left us all in shock , but as the months have passed, the hype has been deflating like a balloon without helium. Despite everything, this action RPG focused on multiplayer promises to be one of the most complete titles of 2019.

  • Release date: February 22.

5. Metro Exodus (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
Metro is one of those sagas that has earned public recognition and criticism without making too much noise, standing out from the big productions and triple A from other companies. However, this could be the year of 4A Games , and the new installment of the games inspired by Dimitry Glukhovsky’s books is more polished than ever. In this gameplay you can see how it looks.

  • Release date: February 22.

6. Devil May Cry 5 (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
If there is any vestige of arcades in modern gaming, it can be found in the Devil May Cry series. After all, the game bears the Capcom stamp. In this fifth installment, the mythical Japanese developer once again redefines the hack n’ slash genre in another demonic adventure. Dante is once again one of the fundamental pillars of history, and that is a guarantee.

  • Release date: March 8.

7. The Division 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
Following tradition, Ubisoft will present a bombshell for March and this year it’s the turn of The Division 2. This tactical action title with the stamp of Tom Clancy now takes us to Washington DC , one of the few protected cities of a dystopian land. The skill system has improved and the graphics section has also taken a step forward, as we can see in this promising gameplay.

  • Release date: March 15.

8. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
The premiere of a new saga is always appreciated. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice comes from the creators of Dark Souls , who take inspiration from feudal Japan to present us with a dark story of ninjas and monsters. If this presentation is already attractive enough for you, wait until you see the gameplay.

  • Release date: March 22.

9. Anno 1800 (PC)
Lovers of Age of Empires-style strategy and management games are also celebrating. Ubisoft’s new title takes us back to the time of the industrial revolution and puts us in control of our own civilization, with special emphasis on economics and diplomacy. Although it repeats some elements of the IP, the company has promised important changes . We will see.

  • Release date: April 16.

10 Days Gone (PS4)
We advance that Days Gone will not be the best game of 2019, but it will be one of the best titles for survival horror lovers. Sony offers us a new journey to a post-apocalyptic world plagued by zombies and scarce resources. The aesthetic, halfway between The Walking Dead and Sons of Anarchy , conquered us from day one.

  • Release date: April 26.

11. Mortal Kombat 11 (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
That Mortal Kombat is one of the few surviving fighting games speaks volumes for it. Its predecessor was one of the best games of 2015 and NetherRealm Studios has taken its time to develop a sequel that is once again convincing . Of course, the violence and the viscera with great detail will once again be the main attractions.

  • Release date: May 10.

12. RAGE 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
We’ve seen quite a bit of RAGE 2, and we love what we’ve seen. It will not be the most revolutionary title, but what are video games for if not to have a fun time?
Bethesda has guaranteed us a lot of hours of shooting, explosions, vehicles of all kinds and frenetic missions. One of the most anticipated games of 2019 and, without a doubt, the wildest of all .

  • Release date: May 14.

13. Shenmue 3 (PC, PS4)
Shenmue 3 is, along with Half-life 3, one of the most anticipated games of all time. Now, thanks to community funding, Yu Suzuki will be able to complete his From Him project. From what we could see in the GamesCom trailer, the result will not be up to the level of some triple A games, but we can finally know what the end of such an acclaimed trilogy is.

  • Release date: August 27.

14. Control (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
Remedy is up to something big. After leaving us all speechless with Quantum Break, the company continues to delve into the possibilities of reactive environments (also known as “scenarios where everything can shatter”), in a new title called Control. Apparently, this action game also plays with the elements of the open world or sandbox.

  • Release date: To be determined.

15. Ghost of Tsushima (PS4)
If we talked about Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice before, Ghost of Tsushima confirms that 2019 will be a glorious year for games with a ninja aesthetic . This PS4 exclusive left us breathless at the E3 presentation, because both the graphics and the combat mechanics seem to be taken from another generation. Of course, we cannot confirm one hundred percent that it will not suffer delays and, in the end, we have to wait until 2020.

  • Release date: To be determined.

16. Gears 5 (PC, Xbox One)
We still don’t know if 2019 could be the year of Halo’s return, but in the meantime we settle for a new installment of Gears, another of Microsoft’s great franchises. The story takes up the events of the fourth installment, the eternal struggle between humans and the fearsome Locust. Everything indicates that it will also be available on the Game Pass and Play Anywhere platforms , the great hope of the streaming game.

  • Release date: To be determined.

17. Skull & Bones (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
Naval battles have improved a lot in the Assassin’s Creed games, as we saw in the last Odyssey, but Ubisoft believes that there is still much more to exploit in that vein. Skull & Bones will not only be a story of ships, galleons and pirates, but will allow us to face cannon shots against players from all over the world . With that promise on the horizon, it is normal that we are looking forward to it coming out.

  • Release date: To be determined.

18. The Surge 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
When the first installment of The Surge came out, everyone labeled Deck 13’s game a futuristic version of Dark Souls, and indeed many still think it is. Will the second part serve to convince the most skeptical From what we have seen so far, this action role-playing game looks great, exploiting the benefits of artificial intelligence and with a new graphics engine.

  • Release date: To be determined.

19. Warcraft III: Reforged (PC)
Fans of Blizzard classics were treated to the Starcraft remaster last year. This 2019 is the turn of Warcraft, the legendary real-time strategy game set in the world of Azeroth. The Irvine-based company says the characters and environment have been completely overhauled, sporting 4K resolution on compatible monitors and equipment.

  • Release date: To be determined.

20. The Last of Us Part II (PS4)
The Last of Us was one of the best games of the last generation of consoles, both for its history and its gameplay. The gameplay of E3 was brutal, again, with that feeling that we are in front of a step forward in the video game industry. At some point in 2019 we will once again embody Ellie, one of the roundest characters we have seen.

  • Release date: To be determined.

Bonus: Death Stranding (PS4)
That Death Stranding goes on sale in 2019 is too much to ask, and it looks like Hideo Kojima’s great project still has some time to come. But after seeing the E3 2018 trailer, we already want to know more about this strange video game in which some famous movie stars such as Norman Reedus or Guillermo del Toro are also involved .

  • Release date: To be determined.
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