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Hitman 3

Agent 47 is returning in Hitman 3 and he’ll be getting stuck into his assassination contracts on both next-gen and current-gen consoles.

In what is set to be a dramatic conclusion the World of the Assassination trilogy – where players carry out missions around the world in different sandbox locations – Agent 47 is said to carry out his most intimate, professional contract of his career

IO Interactive also revealed the start of the game will take place in Dubai. 

Platform(s): PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC
Release date: January 20, 2021

Outriders

A brand new shooter IP from People Can Fly, and published by Square Enix, is Outriders.

You play as a member of humanity who has had to flee Earth, and has landed on a planet called Enoch.

But, an immense storm called The Anomaly forces them back into cryostasis.

And yet, when they awake, they all find themselves imbued with ridiculous powers. It’s Mass Effect meets Doom and we are so in.

Platform(s): PC, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X
Release date: February 21, 2021

Halo Infinite

Bearing a curious new sub-header and running on a brand new game engine known as Slipspace, the first Halo Infinite trailer almost seems to suggest that Master Chief’s next adventure will have MMO qualities to it, or at least be more open-ended and sandbox-like in flavour.

That instantly familiar shot of his armour also teases a potential technological downgrade for everyone’s favourite Spartan, though plot details remain threadbare for now.

MMO or otherwise, Halo: Infinite could just be the Halo comeback we’ve all been waiting for. 

Platform(s): PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X
Release date: Fall 2021

Ghostwire: Tokyo

As people start evaporating from the neon-lit streets of Toyko, it’s clear that something’s not quite right.

In Ghostwire: Tokyo strange shadowy figures begin patrolling the streets, and terrifying monsters based on Japanese lore and legends.

It’s being made by the same studio that brought you survival horror The Evil Within, which is promising.

Especially as it sounds like it’s filled with paranormal entities, supernatural events, conspiracies, and the occult.

Platform(s): PS5 (timed exclusive), PC
Release date: TBC 2021