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Five Games to Watch Out for 2022!

The PC gaming market is about to get a lot better, both now and in the future. It doesn't matter your gaming interests; there's something for everyone to look forward to. Whatever platform you like, there is a slew of new PC games that you can add to your Wishlist, no matter which one you choose.

The PC gaming market is about to get a lot better, both now and in the future. It doesn't matter your gaming interests; there's something for everyone to look forward to. 

Whatever platform you like, there is a slew of new PC games that you can add to your Wishlist, no matter which one you choose. A wide range of new titles, including ray tracing-capable RPGs, shooters, and co-op masterpieces, are included. 

Here is a selection of games we've seen and are eagerly awaiting. We have no doubt you will be as well. 

Dying Light 2 

Dying Light 2 will return gamers to a world populated by hordes of undead. The game is set fifteen years after the world's end, when much of humanity has been wiped out. Conflicting factions can often be found in the few remaining safe havens. Our protagonist finds himself smack dab in the center of a power struggle. Players will be able to interact with these factions in any way they deem fit outside of exploration and combat zombies. Missions can be approached more flexibly than in the previous game. Making the connection between parkour and fighting more seamless was a major focus of this sequel's development. 

Redfall 

Arkane Studios has just released Deathloop and is now working on Redfall, their follow-up title. The town of Redfall, Massachusetts, is the setting for this action-adventure game. At the time of this writing, the story's premise is still a bit of a mystery. But at least the gist of the story is clear. At least from what we can tell so far, some experiment has turned the town into a vampire wasteland. As you fight back against the hungry evil creatures, players will select from a cast of characters to take control over. The game now appears to be a new twist on the Left 4 Dead and Back 4 Blood franchises. 

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Extraction 

This year will see a new Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six game release. Rainbow Six: Extraction was initially titled Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Quarantine. So, this is another tactical shooter for teams in the vein of Rainbow Six Siege, if that makes sense. Get your Rainbow Six account on igitems for an premium gaming experience! Nevertheless, it's a PVE game in which players band together to try to stop some extraterrestrial parasite infestation. If a player gets infected with this parasite, they are effectively doomed if they don't receive treatment within a certain time. Fortunately, we'll be able to play this tactical shooter in early 2022 after it slipped through the cracks in 2021. 

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen 

Savathun's Throne World is a new place introduced in the Witch Queen expansion for Destiny 2. As the expansion continues to be built, you'll be able to engage in a new raid called Vow of the Disciple and two extra dungeons. New to the game, the "Legendary" difficulty level is challenging yet rewarding for those who complete it. It's also worth noting that the Forsaken expansion's entire campaign and the Tangled Shore location and activities are being moved to the Destiny Content Vault as part of this release. 

Crossfire X 

If you're in Asia, you'll soon be able to play Crossfire on Xbox One and the Xbox Series X/S. Crossfire X, the game's new name, will keep the gameplay mostly the same, with players divided into two groups to face off in several game types. However, there will be a big visual upgrade and a story campaign for gamers to experience. Smilegate and Remedy Entertainment are teaming up to bring out a campaign, but we don't know what the plot will be based on. The game was originally set to be released in 2020, but the coronavirus outbreak has pushed its release date, as it has for many others. The game is currently scheduled to be released in early 2022.