Most Anticipated Games Of 2013

Although 2012 brought us additions to Halo, Assassins Creed, Forza and Call of Duty, 2013 will herald some of the most anticipated titles in the video game sector. Here is the Techvide.com list of the most highly anticipated game releases of 2013.

Grand Theft Auto V

While much isn’t known about the storyline, and even the release date has yet to be confirmed, GTA V is gearing up to be the biggest release of 2013. Not only has Take Two Interactive gotten the media abuzz with some of the authentic screenshots from the title, but we’re hearing that the game may be returning to a very familiar location.

Gears of War: Judgment

With the franchise netting Microsoft well over $1 billion in sales, it’s hard to imagine the company killing such a successful franchise. Thankfully they’re not! What makes Gears of War: Judgment so epic is the fact that it could well be the last game for the Xbox 360, before Microsoft releases the rumored Xbox 720. Of course, only time will tell.

Bungie’s Destiny

Nothing is known about the game as of yet, but this would be the first non-Halo Game Bungie studios has released in ten years. According to the rumor mill, the game will be released in 2013 for the Xbox 360 and Microsoft’s next gaming console, the Xbox 720. Other rumors claim that the game will go multiplatform in 2014 when the PS4 is released. Of course, everything is just rumors, but the existence of the game is definitely real.

Watch Dogs

Set in the very near future, Watch Dogs centers around your ability to hack and control electronic devices in order to find out who is the one controlling the digital information. The 9 minute demo that was released at E3 has done nothing but build hype for the video game and with a 2013 release date, we don’t have long to wait to find out how awesome, or not, the game will be.

Tomb Raider

She’s back and she’s sexier than before. The latest version of Tomb Raider centers on her younger years and explains what she did to get to where she is today. Needless to say, the game is being talked about by fans and critics alike as the last couple of Tomb Raider games have missed their mark, this one is expected to bring back Square Enix back to its former glory.

Sim City

After a decade of absence, Sim City is finally back and it’s better than ever. While we’re not getting much out of EA and Maxis about the game’s many features, we do know that it will be a simulator. But instead of taking a micro perspective of society, the family, Sim City will be looking at the bigger picture, a macro image if you will. The game has already garnered a lot of press and the E3 trailer did hint at the great improvement in game physics, as well as overall graphics. Needless to say, this may be the biggest PC game release of the year.

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