Video games that we can expect in 2015 that are sure to sell






The release date of many games are sure to be on our readers minds … and no doubt many can’t wait to play them. Here is our list of most anticipated games for 2015

Batman: Arkham Knight

The video game series inspired by Christopher Nolan’s trilogy about the Lord of the Night comes to an end. After Arkham Asylum, Arkham City and Arkham Origins, comes this wonder of third-person action with the returning Scarecrow and we also see the Batmobile being introduced as a playable item. Gotham, the city that is the setting for the adventures of our hero, is a five bigger higher than in the previous game. It will reach our shores on June 2 for Windows PC, PlayStation 4 and Xboox One.

Project CARS


Originally announced for PS3 and Xbox 360, its development was delayed by the arrival of the new generation of consoles. The great appeal of this game aims to be its realistic driving of its vehicles, faithfully transferred to the screen. The British studio Slightly Mad Studios (Need for Speed: Shift) has developed this game and helped by a crowdsourcing and crowdfunding platform (World of Mass Development) to allow for any person so they could contribute their ideas or money to get the game going. All types of driving challenges to hit our screens throughout the spring for Windows PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U and Steam OS.

Halo 5: Guardians


The Master Chief is back. The first-person-shooter par excellence (and exclusively) for Xbox One reaches its fifth version delivering a more powerful engine that will run at 60 frames per second. Microsoft and 343 Industries will bring it to us for next fall.

Evolve


Set on an alien planet that offers an innovative asymmetrical multiplayer game mode “four to one”: four players controlling four different types of human hunters (Medical, Assault, Support and Hunter) and another player controlling the monster they must hunt (there will be different animals to choose from, but we know of only four of them: Behemoth, Goliath, Kraken and Wraith). The ecosystem as a whole will, likewise, one enemy for five players. It will be available for Windows PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One on 15 February.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt


As it was announced in 2012, and expected towards the end of 2014, the new sequel to one of the best RPG on the market, based on the literary saga of Geralt of Rivia. A huge nonlinear world of adult medieval fantasy setting in which players travel, hunt, face atmospheric phenomena, and fight with all sorts of beasts and enemies. If you are a collector, there are six alternative covers for the limited edition metal box that alone will be a good reason to mark May 17 on your calendars. And if you prefer standard or digital editions, too. For PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC Windows.

Apotheon


One of the most particular games in this list will be the first released: this January (undefined day) was officially designated date for launch Windows PC and PS4. But … why is Apotheon so fascinating? Well, maybe for being a 2D platformer horizontal scroller (ie, the kind of game that triumphed in the 90’s). But this a particular adventure about a warrior who must destroy the enemies that keep you from heading to Mount Olympus, has a very interesting look thanks to its visuals inspired by ancient Greek art. And has multiplayer.