The best games arriving on next-gen consoles

It’s that time of the season where we get to talk and make our list for which games we anticipate the most, from the games that are already confirmed to arrive on the next-gen consoles, PS5 and Xbox Series X.

Starting off, with one of the first games confirmed to be released for the PS5,


We all are familiar with Gearbox and their successful game series, Borderlands, and they are back to cause all sorts of chaos and mayhem in the next-generation consoles, with another looter-slasher game. This time, unlike Borderlands, which was first-person shooter with cartoony graphics and loads upon loads of guns, we have Godfall, with jaw-dropping crispy graphics and instead of guns, we have swords, knights and all sort of magic to enhance our weapons with.

Godfall’s gameplay trailer:


Next in our list, we have of course,

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Despite what happened with its gameplay trailer, where they didn’t exactly show us clear gameplay footage, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla just because it is an Assassin’s Creed game with vikings and their story, that setting alone is something that we are eagerly looking forward to. You can’t go wrong with vikings, you just can’t. Fight through hordes of enemies, raid cities and experience the beautiful landscapes of Scandinavia.

Assassin’s Creed CGI Trailer:


Of course, this list wouldn’t simply be incomplete if we didn’t include,

Watch Dogs: Legion

This time, our favourite hacking game gets us to fight against the government of England. Police officers armed to the teeth, camera drones flying all over the city to observe and control people, ctOS cameras and all sorts of new technology to play with in this new installment for the Watch Dogs series. Resisting and revolutionizing with lots and lots of mayhem is the name of the game here.

Watch Dogs: Legion E3 2019 Gameplay:


Missed our dear Senua and want to see her back in action again?

Hellblade 2: Senua’s Saga

When the original Hellblade got released, it was way ahead of its time (from the sound engineering perspective at least) with all of the work they’ve put into to make the player to fully immerse himself with Senua, her psychology and her issues. This time, it seems like Senua has gone mad and in over her head, and wants to set fires, fight giants and kill whoever stands against her or her army.

Hellblade 2: Senua’s Saga trailer:


Remember a 2004 oldie, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines? Well, here’s it’s highly-anticipated sequel,

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2

If Bioshock and vampires were to have a child, it would be this game. Telekinesis, blood-sucking vampires, fear and Hannibal-style “art” (as seen in the trailer’s beginning), all in a beautifully dark and grim world that goes hand-in-hand with the setting that you’re gonna be playing in.

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 trailer:

This is our top 5 next-generation games list, for now. We’re gonna be posting more regarding next-generation game news and releases, as soon as they come, here on Gamerbolt. So stay tuned, there’s a lot more coming!


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