Skip links

Top 5 video games to look out for in August 2022

Despite several high-profile delays, 2022 has already been a packed year for gaming — and things seem to be speeding up as we head into fall. August seems to be quite a busy month, with releases from AAA and indie studios alike.

This month’s lineup features a very diverse selection of games from a wide variety of genres and genres, though there are many sequels, reboots and rereleases that gamers have wanted for a while.

While either Starfield is a blockbuster title in the vein of God of War Ragnarok, August has games for casual and hardcore gamers alike. Here are seven to look forward to.

1. Saints Row

Volition and Deep Silver’s reboot of Saints Row is launching in August, after a six-month delay. Set in a fictional city in the American Southwest called Santo Ileso, players will control “The Boss”, a former member of Marshall Defense Industries,

who begins his gang to gain control from the existing three powers. does. On top of the open-world action gameplay, Saints Row has one of gaming’s most elaborate character creators, which has already resulted in some bizarre fan creation in its Boss Factory demo.

2. Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered

Play as New York’s beloved, web-slinging superhero in this action-adventure title remastered for PC. Swing amongst Manhattan’s famed skyscrapers, clear the swanky streets of New York.

and take down some of Marvel’s most iconic villains in this action-packed experience. This remaster includes the original game’s campaign and DLC, but not the Miles Morales sequel. PC enhancements include ray-traced reflection, DLSS, and ultrawide screen support.

3. Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Pokémon Legends: Arceus relaunched the Pokémon games in early 2022, and now the mainline series is moving to the open world as well. Unlike Arseus, which went back in history when it was still considered unusual to encounter a giant smiling dragon in the wild.

Scarlett and Violet return to a more familiar modern-day pokescape. As always, your ultimate goal is to become the best Pokémon trainer in the land, but there’s a fair bit of open world to explore as you go, and you’ll be able to bring friends along for the ride.

4. The Last of Us Part 1

As Neil Druckmann described it during Summer Game Fest, The Last of Us Part 1 is set to be the “definitive version” of the first game. Naughty Dog says it’s a total overhaul of the original experience for PS5 and PC.

with updated visuals and higher-fidelity facial animations, expanded accessibility options, and improved controls. The comparisons are shown in the trailer, where you can see the changes that have been made between the character models and more.

5. The Outlast Trials

Outlast Trials lets you share with friends the horror of being hunted by animals wielding a sledgehammer. This time you’re not investigating a hospital, instead you and your friends are human guinea pigs in experiments run by the Murkoff Corporation.

Oh, and you can forget about carrying a camcorder with you everywhere you go for night vision, instead Murkoff’s chaps have night vision goggles drilled directly into your skull. You lucky thing

also read : top 5 Best Marvel Comics Heroes Of All Time, According To Ranker

1 PUBG – 696,704.
2 Dota 2 – 786,118.
3 Counter-Strike: GO – 1,01 Million.
4 Minecraft – 1.4 Million+
5 Roblox – ‘Nearly 4 Million.
6 Crossfire – 8 Million.

1 Contra.
2 Mega Man 9.
3 Flywrench.
4 1001 Spikes.
5 Dota 2.

1 Diablo Immortal.
2 V Rising.
3 Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.
4 WWE 2K22.
5 Elden Ring.