The year 2023 is shaping up to be huge for video games on all platforms. Have you gotten over the holidays and had a chance to watch all of 2022’s big games? Well, whether you’re ready or not, it’s already time to look ahead to the best games to play in 2023, which look to be just as full of big titles to compete for your attention.
Some of these games were ones we were looking forward to in 2022, but they were put off. Still, it looks like the current-gen will finally hit its stride in 2023, after a few years of getting used to both a new generation of consoles and the problems that came with making games during the pandemic.
Even if one of the most anticipated games of the year is coming only to the Switch, which isn’t very good. But no matter what platform you play on, there are a lot of exciting games coming up, whether it’s the start of spring, a busy summer, or something else. Read on to find out which games we think are the best for 2023.
The Top Video Games of 2023
Switch’s Most Popular Game The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
A direct follow-up to the best game of the decade, if not all time? The next part of The Legend of Zelda looks like it will build on Breath of the Wild’s groundbreaking sandbox open world of Hyrule by making a whole other world in the sky. You can find out more about The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom through our coverage.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2- One of The Exclusive PlayStation Game!
Marvel’s Spider-Man is one of the most popular exclusive PlayStation games, and Spider-Man is one of the most popular superheroes. It makes sense that there would be a sequel. Since the Miles Morales expansion was well-received, it makes sense that this time you’ll be able to play as both Peter Parker’s Spider-Man and Miles’s Spider-Man as they fight new villain Kraven the Hunter and fan favorite Venom. The release date for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 on PS5 is the day we’ve all been waiting for, and you can find out all about it through our coverage.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – Playable on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S
Many people’s ultimate power fantasy in a Star Wars game is to be a Jedi and wield a lightsaber. This was the biggest selling point for 2019’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, even though it felt a bit like a mix of Uncharted and Sekiro, though the lightsaber combat is a bit more forgiving than in Sekiro. Our coverage includes the release date for Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, so be sure to check it out.
Resident Evil 4 – Up and Coming in the Franchise
After remaking Resident Evil 2 and 3 for modern platforms, Capcom is reimagining the game that not only changed the series but also introduced the over-the-shoulder view that was used in third-person shooters like Gears of War and is still considered one of the best games of all time. You can find out when the Resident Evil 4 remake demo will be available and what to expect from the game thanks to our coverage.
Starfield – It’s Still an Action RPG
Starfield sounds like the first big new open-world IP from Bethesda since The Elder Scrolls and Fallout. Its scope sounds galactically huge. So, it’s probably not a surprise that the game was pushed back from its original release date of November 11, 2022, in order to break the studio’s reputation for buggy releases and avoid comparisons to the launch of another ambitious space sim, No Man’s Sky, which caused a lot of controversies. Starfield’s spot on Steam’s Most Watched List has been taken by an upcoming horror game, and you can find out all about it in our coverage.
Street Fighter 6 – Fighting Game Feel Like Dying Breed
Fighting games feel like a dying breed, but Street Fighter 6 will be the one to bring them back to life. Early hands-on reveals a highly polished fighting game with fascinating new concepts, featuring a strong hyper-real aesthetic and a more approachable control choice. Throughout our coverage, you will learn how Street Fighter 6 uses a three-pronged strategy to attract, educate, and retain its player base.
Final Fantasy XVI – Most Trending Game On The Globe These Days!
Few game series have been around as long or as well-known as Final Fantasy. The games are popular all over the world, and some of the best role-playing games have come from this series.
So, it shouldn’t be a surprise that it’s a big deal when the next Final Fantasy game is announced. When Sony showed off the game as part of a PS5 demo in late 2020, they were aware of this. But what might you expect from the series’ next major installment? Learn more by reading on.
Getting right to the point, Final Fantasy 16’s release date on June 22, 2023 was revealed during The Game Awards in December 2022. See the game’s story and gameplay through our coverage.
Redfall – Arkane’s Another Game With a Unique Twist
After the success of the unique time-loop shooter Deathloop, developer Arkane has made another game with a unique twist (this time from its Austin-based studio).
Redfall is the name of a town in Massachusetts that has a lot of vampires because of a bad science experiment. There has been a negative response to Always Online News from Redfall backers, and we’ve got the details.
Diablo IV – Dungeon Crawling With More Open World Design
We’re all used to the cycle of grinding dungeons and getting better loot, which makes us stronger so we can fight even stronger enemies and get even better loot. So, what could be better than bringing back the original version of this devilish design? Want to know complete info about Diablo IV then you can check our coverage related to it.
Hollow Knight: Silksong – An Independent Metroidvania Game
Hollow Knight is an independent Metroidvania game that was made by only three people. Since it came out in 2017, it has become more and more of a cult favorite. So, it’s no surprise that people are very excited about its follow-up, Silksong. The makers of Hollow Knight Silksong filed mysterious trademarks for “Fearless Fox” and you can find out all about it through our coverage.