Game Infinite's Most Anticipated Games of 2022 (and Beyond)
2022 looks to be an absolute landslide of a year. COVID really had a weird effect on the game release schedule that created a weird year for game releases in 2021, as record number of games were delayed into 2022. We are getting so many amazing games that would have probably made it into 2021 otherwise, and games that were originally planned for this year, resulting in a super-cycle I have never seen before. Of course, COVID is not "over" in that it still continues to impact the industry, and I expect 2023 delays to curse our news apps. That being said, we've evolved this to be more of a Most Anticipated of current upcoming year and "beyond", so take any 2022 release dates and windows with a grain of salt as delays can always happen. This means we are including games confirmed or expected to be in 2023+, and they are stated and weighed accordingly.
This list will largely focus on AAA games. To help keep it streamlined and limit the list, anticipated Indie Games will be included in our new series Indie Game Round Up where we discuss and showcase indie games we are excited about. Check out our December article to see over 20 indie games we are excited about. Here, we will be largely focusing on mainstream or AAA games.
Honerable Mention: 20+ Indie Games
Check out our new regular series, Indie Game Round Up with regular anticipated indie games.
30. Lies of P
Lies of P is a Pinocchio meets Souls-like game with an interesting premise, and intriguing world. It looks fascinating and gives us Bloodborne vibes. We got a alpha gameplay look in 2021, and we hope to see more of it in 2022.
29. Boundary (2023+ Release Likely)
(Update 2022: I am concerned this game may have become Vaporware. It used to be way higher on this list, but I am no longer confident on its release. With the 2020 release window now over a year behind us, with little to no word from the developers. Infrequent social media updates come with little mention of the never approaching release, and silence to comments asking about an release update, I have a feeling we may never get to see this game. While it's normal for games to be quiet, it is unusual for devs to miss multiple announced release windows from one year to another without really addressing the delays. It still looks really fun and has an interesting concept. I hope that 2022 will be the year we finally see it, but my expectations have slowly evaporated. Each year the the steam page release date keeps getting updated and delayed with little word or explanation from the developers. The fact that now 2 years of delays have happened without much mention or transparency, makes me hesitant we will actually see it. I understand that some times games have long development cycles, but being two years late on a previously announced release date usually spells development trouble. I have a bad feeling it won't release; however, I will keep it on the list for now.)
(Update Early 2021: With a "2020 release" for pretty much all of 2020, 2020 came and went with silence from the developer. Like many on this list, I am presuming COVID was a factor in its delay to 2021. I realize this smaller lesser known title ranks high on my list, and it may not end up being the quality a high ranking deserves, but I have just been looking forward to this game for quite some time.)
(Update Mid 2020: We still are no closer to a release date, and with COVID I suspect the game will be further delayed. However, my excitement level for this space shooter has only increased. It is a lesser known more niche title, but it is one I am personally looking forward to)
I did not hate Call of Duty Ghosts as much as most of the fan base did. I enjoyed many aspects of the game from having a dog companion to fighting aliens in multiplayer. One of the things I loved most about Call of Duty Ghosts was the opening mission in orbit. The opening mission of Ghosts was super cool even to the biggest hater. Now, we get combat in space in other games but most often it feels super sci-fi like Halo. This put us in white astronaut suits floating around white space station-like areas with guns. It felt both sci-fi and realistic at the same time. Boundary is a multiplayer shooter game super reminiscent of that setting. Low earth orbit combat with astronaut suits and zero-g combat. Ever since coming across this title I have been super excited to play it.
28. Babylon's Fall
(Update 2022: I will say that after one cancelled game, Bayonetta in development hell and looking rough, and now a rough looking new IP, I am concerned for the future of Platinum. However, I am trying to keep myself optimistic. We got a new look at the Game Awards, and I'm not sure why but each reveal keeps sinking lower. This third look is the worst yet, but I'm trying to stay excited. What once was a really cool looking Platinum slasher now looks like every other fantasy MMO. I'm keeping it on the list for now.)
(Update 2021 - post E3 2021. We got a new look at Babylon's Fall at E3, and I will say it looked a little rough. It dropped a bit on my excitement level, as honestly it just looks like a less pretty version of Godfall; and Godfall didn't review that well either by most circles. I still have it on this list, as it could still turn out to be fun. It is going to be a Fantasy set Live Service game.)
Well, we aren't getting Scalebound, and it doesn't seem like Bayonetta 3 is ever actually arriving. So while Xbox and Nintendo fans may be left disappointed, Playstation fans seem to be closer to a new game from Platinum Games than the rest. This game looks to be a highly stylized hack'n slash (surprise surprise) set in a medieval magical world. I hope that the time on Bayonetta and Scalebound haven't taken the energy out of Platinum so they can deliver something eventually.
27. Lost Soul Aside (2023+ Likely Release)
(Update 2022: Initially put on my radar in 2020, now into 2022, I haven't seen much of anything about this interesting looking Fantasy game. That being said, hopefully we get some word this year. )
Apparently this game has been announced for like 3 years, and it completely skipped my radar. I want to thank my friend, former #GiFriends streamer, and fellow gaming news blogger REDXMAUDE for introducing me to this awesome game. It gives me some Final Fantasy, Code Vien vibes. It is a really cool looking open world jrpg, and it is now on my list. What is interesting is this started out as a one man developer, but interest picked up turning it into a larger team making the game.
26. Crossfire X
(Update 2022: It's ALIVE! Finally, news on this game! I honestly had kind of lost hope, but a surprise update at the Game Awards along with a surprisingly soon February release date, we have hope of CrossFire X!)
(Update 2021: Another year has come and gone with no word about Crossfire X. This was a game name dropped to get us excited for Xbox's lineup of games, but it has just been silence since the beta)
(Update 2021: Post E3 2021. With no news at E3 2021, I have little expectation of this game coming out in 2021)
Crossfire X went from a blurb during Xbox's E3, where we saw a vague cinematic teaser for a military shooter to an exciting game with a free multiplayer component and an actual campain. It was only really noteworthy for being a much needed Xbox console exclusive during a time when Xbox was struggling to deliver them. We have heard pretty much nothing about it since that reveal, and all of a sudden a open beta dropped. I had a blast in the game even though there was only one "modern' mode. The beta contained legacy modes from the old pc game. The legacy was old and ugly bland version I largely skipped. The new modern polished mode was super fun. I am very excited for more competition in the modern military shooter genre, and I think there is plenty of room for Crossfire X.
25. Crimson Desert
(Update 2021 - Post E3 2021. With no news at E3 2021, I have little expectation of this game coming out in 2021)
I was really disappointed by Black Desert. From the beautifully obscured graphics hidden from an insanely messy and overcrowded HUD, to boring gameplay and combat, I just couldn't get into it. Which is such a shame because I anticipated it so much, and to this day has one of the best character creators and character models I have seen. Crimson Desert is their next game, and looks even more amazing than Black Desert. Hopefully the beautiful gameplay we have seen so far won't be hidden by a screen full of HUD garbage, and will feature more natural feeling and active combat.
24. Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin
A new reinterpretation of the original Final Fantasy, Stranger of Paradise promises to hold Final Fantasy fans over until 16 and 7 Remake Part 2 arrives. I am on the fence if this game will end up being a good Final Fantasy entry as the trailer and demo failed to impress me. It makes it on the list on the merits of its name only, so hopefully it will surprise me.
23. Overwatch 2
(Update 2022: I don't really think anyone cares anymore. I'll keep it on the list for now, but it is slipping towards the bottom. I think this game is vaporware and with all of Activision Blizzard's controversies, and the stepping down of former Overwatch creative director Jeff Kaplan, I have small hope for the future hope of Overwatch 2. Blizzard is just not currently in a spot to release anything. There are even rumors that 2023 isn't happening either. If it does release, I think it will be a skeleton of what was promised and few may care at that point. This game is a live service, and the sequel only ever was a major expansion instead of a "real" sequel, so the years of development hell that this has been in just is confusing. The word of what the culture and workplace environment Blizzard has sometimes been, only points to maybe why this game hasn't released yet. Many of us have lost faith in Activision Blizzard because of the back to back controversies; to a point, I can only barely call myself excited for this game any more. I hope the company can cource correct and start treating it's employees better.
Days before releasing this article, a new rumor/leak revealed that Overwatch 2 is in development hell, and is getting massive downgrades. Talks of "mobile" compatibility downgrading the game to make it easier to port tells me Blizzard might have a iOS / Android port in mind. That last thing Overwatch needs is a graphical downgrade.)
(Update mid 2021: Officially Delayed to 2022+)
(Update early 2021): Good god Blizzard will this ever get an update? We have heard pretty much nothing so far.)
(Updated Mid 2020: Overwatch 2 is becoming the Avatar 2 of games. I am not convinced it will ever actually come, and when it does, will we still care? It dropped several tiers because I haven't played Overwatch in quite some time because it seems to be in content limbo. Nothing new happens, and it is getting old. I have put enough hours of my life into it that I am happy to wait for OW2 to come, but will it be too little too late? This was an expansion that really needed to come out in early 2020 to keep it relevant. Blizzard has had multiple controversies in 2020 from Blitchung to the BLM Protest backlash, that they desperately could have used some positive press with this pseudo-sequel. Since we have heard almost nothing about it, I predict this being pushed to a 2021 title and by then the hype may have dropped too low)
Original Post: (It really didn't age well)
Do I even really need to explain why Overwatch 2 is on my list? I am a huge Overwatch fan. I have put more hours in Overwatch than I think I have any other game. I love the characters, the lore, and everything. It almost, almost was my Game of the Decade beat out so slightly by Mass Effect 2. I am also excited because I think I have played enough of it for a while; I am ready for something new. Overwatch 2 is the only game on this list that hasn't been in some way announced or implied as coming out in 2020, but I highly suspect it will come out. I doubt Blizzard would announce this more than a year before release, and they will want to capitalize on the new console launch with Holiday 2020 promising to bring in some real money to the gaming industry.
More than just being a massive Overwatch fan, Overwatch 2 promises to redefine our expectations of what a "sequel" means. Overwatch is an example of what good looks like in the Live Service genre. In a genre where failure seems common, the few successful stories like Overwatch and Fortnite have their own problems. How do you make sequels to massively successful live services that entire business model revolves around people slowly hoarding loot and skins over long periods of time. These games are directly measured in player bases and twitch views. A sequel usually implies a completely restarted game, different player bases, and starting over on loot. With super successful live services games it could be disastrous to split player bases. It also could discourage people from wanting to buy skins/loot because they don't feel like they can keep it forever. Fortnite and Overwatch both took new approaches to the sequels. Unlike a new "Season", slapping a 2 on the game can excite even more people into coming back and can boost player bases. Fortnite saw some record numbers with their "Chapter 2" stunt. Overwatch probably will as well as long as it is priced properly. Blizzard is promising cross compatible multiplayer, all your skins will migrate over, and the thing every Overwatch player has been clamoring for for years, a Story Mode. Overwatch 2 has been called a "glorified expansion" and that might end up being the case, but if the content is large enough as they say, and the effort there, I don't care if they call it Overwatch 2 or even feel like it should be paid. I am excited for Story Mode in Overwatch.
So, "That PS5 Cat game" made my list because of its weirdness, art, and premise. One of the indie titles revealed to us during Playstation's 2020 Future of Gaming event, showed some really great indie games coming to PS5. Stray is about a cat living in a world populated by robots. That sentence alone got it on this list.
RE:Verse was supposed to be a bundled game with Resident Evil Village, much in the same way that RE3 remake came bundled with a multiplayer game. However, Village's release came and went and now as we approach into 2022, this RE universe multiplayer game is still not here. Resident Evil has always struggled with multiplayer, and still hasn't found that right formula. However, I have some hope for RE:Verse because it looks to have the right look and fun cast of characters. It may end up being a disappointment, but for now it holds my excitement. I will say that RE:Verse needs to change it's pricing model with the massive delay, or else player counts will suffer. Right now it will be free for Village owners. It needs to be either purchasable separately or go full free to play, with some type of reward/premium version given to Village owners. Being bundled with a game that released a year prior could hurt player counts at launch.
I really am not a fan of Bethesda, and have always struggled to get into their games. That being said, the promise of a Skyrim in space proves to have the potential to change Bethesda's reputation and losing streak. I am down for anything Space, and Starfield will prove to be a test for the worthiness of Microsoft's Bethesda acquisition. With 2022 here, we still don't know much or have seen much about this game, but hopefully it will live up to the hype.
19. Perfect Dark (2023+ Likely Release)
(Update 2021 - Post E3 2021. With no news at E3 2021, I have little expectation of this game coming out in 2021)
When Xbox revealed a Perfect Dark remake/reboot was coming, I was really excited. This was one of those franchises that I always regretted missing back in the day but has since aged out of my ability to appreciate it the way I would have back then. It's too old to play and appreciate, so a remake return is just what I wanted. We don't know much about the game with just a cinematic trailer at the time of writing, but I really look forward to playing this series with modern visuals.
18. Star Ocean
I was not super familiar with this IP before the reveal of this game. I wondered was this Final Fantasy or some other JRPG series? It looked like Final Fantasy in space. I was blown away by this trailer, and it instantly made it on this list.
17. Code Syn (2023+ Likely Release)
(Update 2022: I've heard nothing about this game since putting it on the list, and it's been a while. 2021 came and went without any news that I saw, so my hopes for 2022 release window announcement is small. However, with the absolute failure that was Cyberpunk 2077, many indie games capitilized on the unexpected genre vacuum that was left in its failure. However, those were all 2D or isometric, so I would love a full 3D cyberpunk game.)
Tencent is trying to become the Disney of games as they slowly buy ownership of many major studios and most recently announced new AAA studios in the US. They got a little bit of flack by some for this trailer as some believed it to be a Cyberpunk 2077 ripoff, but honestly, I think that the artistic style of Cyberpunk has room for more games. I thought this game looked more fun than some other outlets initial impressions. I am always down for another good sci-fi RPG. This one let's you have a giant cybernetic pet bear. If that doesn't peak your interest, watch the trailer for yourself and see what you think.
16. Marvel's Spider-Man 2
We at Game Infinite gave the first Spider-man a 10/10 as it was truly a phenomenal game, and more than just a fantastic super hero game, but a top tier game in general. Everything from the incredible world, to ultra polished action, and a great story, the first one was just next-level. This sequel promises to be bigger and better than that, with Miles Morales and Venom joining the fray. We are fresh off a rebirth of Spider-man fandom with the current success of Spider-man No Way Home on the MCU side, and with the Spider-man Into the Spiderverse sequel coming, perhaps would it be too much to ask for even more Spidey crossovers? This game is going to be big, and we are extra excited for it.
15. Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga
(Update 2022: With multiple extensive delays, Lego Star Wars seems like it never will arrive as each release window is blown past. In such a vacuum for Star Wars titles, the fandom is eager for anything Star Wars. Hopefully it will arrive this year.)
I have never really played a Lego game very much, as they always never seemed to really appeal to me. However, thanks to advances in visuals and now including voice acting, this collection of the full Skywalker saga actually looks interesting. Players will be able to play maps across all 9 movies, and a vast lineup of even the most obscure characters. Lego also seems to be the only platform we are going to get for any sequel era video games. I desperately want more stories and more video games set during the sequel era of Star Wars. This might be very early 2000's of me, but I wouldn't mind games that just play through the events of the sequels. The scope and quality of this Lego Star Wars games however, excites me to try it for the first time.
14. Horizon Forbidden West
I understand if this was at the top of most peoples lists; Horizon Forbidden West may very well end up being one of 2022. In fact it may end up being an easy GOTY Nom. The game looks to be absolutely visually beautiful, and a stunning representation of what the new generation of games can be.
13. Forspoken (Formally Known as Project Athia)
(Update 2022: From vague but impressive Unreal 5 tech demo to a somewhat obscure and vague reveal and name change, Forspoken has been a little bit of a anticipation roller coaster for me. However, the most recent Game Awards trailer really sold me on it. It looks beautiful, and now is one I am extremely excited for. Forspoken could be a sleeper hit for 2022; Now coming in May. 2022)
Forgive me but Athia is just a cooler name than Forspoken... Change my mind. That being said, Forspoken promises to be an exiting and gorgeous open world RPG built on Unreal 5's next gen powers.
(Update 2022: We got an exciting new trailer at the Game Awards, and I for one am very excited for this twist on the Borderlands formula.)
What looked like a fantasy new IP, turned out to be instead a fantasy spinoff of the Borderlands games called Wonderlands. Clever title aside it was confirmed to be it's "own thing" and not in the same world per-say as Borderlands other than having Tiny Tina. This will be a game that answers the question of what Borderlands style and humor would look like in a fantasy setting instead with magic and dragons.
11. Destiny 2: The Witch Queen
(Update 2022: The Game Awards gave us an exciting new look at this next expansion!)
(Update 2021: Officially Delayed to 2022)
When Bungie announces their new vision for Destiny 2 going forward was to be an ongoing service, with several major expansions, with no plans for a traditional "Destiny 3" on the horizon, the announcement of Beyond Light really excited me. It encouraged me to go back and play through all the expansions I never played after finishing the main campaign. Some extra time in quarantines allowed me to visit some older games I never would have had the chance to, and the opportunity to play through Forsaken and Shadowkeep both were really fun. At the time of this writing I am still enjoying Beyond Light, and thanks to the roadmap Bungie gave us, we already know that The Witch Queen will be the major expansion in 2021. It would be higher on this list, if we knew anything more than a title.
One of the things I love most in gaming is cross-overs. I'm a sucker for the multiverse in fiction, and I just love anytime we get to see gaming crossovers. I want more Smash Bros - Fortnite level crossovers in gaming; they just don't happen nearly enough. Multi-verus tackles WB Games license with an epic Smash-game with the likes of Superman vs Gandalf or Shaggy vs Harley Quinn. This is a win that I am more excited for than I maybe should be.
9. Kirby and the Forgotten Land
Kirby is one of my favorite video game characters, and he is definitely one of the most powerful. His ability to swallow and eat any foe and gain their power really makes him formidable. A while back, I wrote an article detailing the most powerful characters in gaming, and I ranked Kirby as number 1. I am not the only one to believe him to be gaming's most powerful character. I love how even Nintendo leaned into this belief by having him survive an attack in the opening of Smash Ultimate, that kills all other characters from the Smash-multiverse, and he alone survives. He is so disarming as you never would expect such power from something so adorable. Finally, Kirby is getting a modern 3D open world adventure fitting for a character of his statue, and honestly, if it weren't for the caliber of the remaining games, he could easily rank higher on this list. This is one of my most anticipated games of the year, and it somehow is only at 10, because so many amazing games are upcoming.
8. Elden Ring
(Update Early 2022: With the February release date fast approaching, we won't have to wait long to play this fantasy epic. Let's just hope that game lives up to the hype, and that it won't be so difficult that 90% of us get stuck in the first hour.)
To say that Elden Ring gameplay was highly anticipated is quite an understatement. We just got the first look at the gameplay in the Sumer Game Fest opening kick off event, and it did not disappoint. It looks like an absolutely gorgeous fantasy game, an open world Dark Souls. We even got a January 2022 release date; much sooner than I would have thought.
7. Wonder Woman (2023+ Likely Release)
I can't believe that Wonder Woman is finally getting her own video game! All we have to go off of so far is a cinematic teaser that only shows the art style and character model. I think we are entering a golden age of mainstream high quality super hero games, and it is time for Wonder Woman to have her shot.
6. God of War: Ragnarok
(Update 2022: We now know the game's official title will be Ragnarok despite internet rumors to the contrary. We also know a big reason to the delay was the real life injury for Kratos voice actor Christopher Judge who took to social media to "take blame" for the game's delay. He cites his surgery and recovery was a major part of the delay to 2022. He spoke very highly of the games developers and studio who at no point made any mention of his recovery as part of the games delay. Gamers flocked in support of Christopher Judge, and we wish him a speedy recovery!)
(Update 2021: Officially Delayed to 2022)
God of War Ragnarok has a hell of a lot to live up to. God of War 2018 blew it out of the water with a legendary soft reboot to the franchise, sweeping many, including our own, GOTY nominations and wins. A sequel to such an amazing game will have much to prove, but I am confident in the teams ability to not just live up to but surpass the previous. God of War was amazing, but it managed to be a GOTY without one of the things that God of War is known for, massive grand scale god boss battles. Kratos only fights one godlike character the whole game, and while visceral, was still fairly small scale. We never get to see Kratos fully just UNLEASH. I want to see the face off teased at the end with Thor. Thor vs Kratos is something that can truly take God of War Ragnarok to 11/10. Let us fight ODIN.
5. Project Eve (2023+ Likely Release) MOST ANTICIPATED NEW IP
(Update 2022: With an updated trailer in 2021, I still hold out hope for a release window announcement in 2022. While, the rest of the games on this list are sequels or standing on existing IP's / existing universes, Project EVE has special note of being my most anticipated new IP as of 2022.)
You probably haven't even heard of this game, which is why I understand if this unknown title surprises you for ranking so high on my list. However, If you haven't heard of this game you must watch the trailer. It promises some of the best graphics and photo realistic character models. The detail on the character's face is just so impressive. This looks like next generation more than anything I have seen so far. Plus the gameplay looks much like Nier Automata meets Bayonetta. With amazing graphics, fluid gameplay, and more, it ranks ultra high for me.
4. Final Fantasy XVI (2023+ Likely Release)
(Update 2022: Still no word on a possible release date or window. Low likelihood of 2022 release. With the Game Awards behind us, a 2022 release date seems highly unlikely, as that would have been the time to show case it.)
(Update 2021 - Post E3 2021. With no news at E3 2021, I have little expectation of this game coming out in 2021)
I have long been outside the Final Fantasy franchise, only ever playing bits and pieces of games I wasn't interested at the time. That all changed when I played Final Fantasy 7 Remake. A phenomenal 10/10 game that forever made me a fan of the franchise. Since then I have gone on to play some of 15, 14, and 13. While I have a long way to go to catch up on the franchise, I am excited for the future with Final Fantasy XVI. I am excited for a more fantasy setting than the modern era games I have played so far. Final Fantasy 7 remake and the excitement for 16 were two very big reasons why we launched the Gi Channel Final Fantasy Infinite! Check it out for regular Final Fantasy news and entertainment content!
3. Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic Remake (2023+ Likely Release)
Knights of the Old Republic is widely regarded by many Star Wars fans as one of the best Star Wars games ever made, but it is also quite old at this point. The Old Republic is an era of Star Wars that needs a modern game, and this full remake promises to deliver. We know little about it other than it's PS5 timed exclusivity, and changes to the combat. I am hoping that we will see a more hybrid real time combat system similar to Final Fantasy 7 Remake or Mass Effect, as the turn based combat should be a relic of the past in my opinion. I am always excited for anything Star Wars, so a chance to experience a new era and setting is going to be exciting. What makes me even more exciting is the developer hand chose this era and remake, lobbying for the right to do it, which tells us they are passionate about the source material.
2. Mass Effect "4?" "Will Continue?" (2023+ Likely Release)
(Update 2022: During N7 Day 2021, we got a poster update as a fun reminder that the game is still in development. With little to any chance that this game is coming any time soon, I leave it as #2 only for that reason. If I had a release window or even more information, it could be #1.)
I stipulate that with a teaser announcement, that doesn't even come with a project name, let alone an actual name, the untitled Mass Effect sequel has 0.000000001% chance of releasing in 2021. In fact, EA has called this "early development" which means even in ridiculous Anthem hellish development of 16 months wouldn't drop it in 2021. As well, I wouldn't want them to. I don't want them to rush this. I want this to be a well crafted, phenomenal, GOTY shoe-in. I don't want this in 2021, or even 2022. I want this to be perfect. I just couldn't think of a game I am more anticipating for. I absolutely love the Mass Effect series; it is my all time favorite series. I remember sitting there with my friend, watching the 2020 Game Awards, and when Liara wipes off the N7 Logo, standing up and cheering. It was the best moment of the night, and one of the most exciting pieces of news of the year. Knowing that a Mass Effect sequel is happening to continue the story is my dream. Words can't truly explain how excited I am for more Mass Effect.
All we know so far about Mass Effect 4? 5? Something else?, is that Liara is in it, and it takes place in the Milkyway Galaxy some unknown possible 900 year period after ME3.
1. Hogwarts Legacy - MOST ANTICIPATED GAME 2022 (Possible delay to 2023+)
(Update 2022: Hogwarts Legacy has slowly slipped the the top of my most anticipated list as games in front of it have released. While we have not gotten much info on it's since it's original reveal, I hope that we will get word soon. Rumor was it was supposed to have a trailer at the 2021 Game Awards before a last minute delay. All I can say is I am past ready to play a quality RPG set in the Harry Potter universe.
A new rumor dropping during the course of writing, says that Hogwarts will receive an official delay to 2023 due to development troubles. This is just a rumor as of right now, as the still official window says 2022.)
(Update 2021: Officially Delayed to 2022)
There are so many amazing tv/film franchises that are just begging to be turned into a quality video game. Harry Potter is one of those games, long over due for a quality AAA attempt at a game.