Most Anticipated Games of February 2022

Most Anticipated Games of Feb 2022
Image credit: FromSoftware

February is bringing the party to you with some of the biggest names in the industry. Needless to say, there will be a ton of eye-catching titles you gotta keep a lookout for. Here’s a list of the most anticipated games of February 2022:

1. Life Is Strange: Remastered Collection (Feb 1)

With vastly improved visuals, realistic character animations, and refined gameplay puzzles, Life is Strange: Remastered Collection inaugurates February 2022 with a special addition to a much-beloved franchise. The Remastered Collection is sure to add an entirely new level of immersion to the already heavy storyline of Life is Strange. 

Life is Strange Remastered Max and Chloe Room
Image credit: Square Enix

2. Dying Light 2 Stay Human (Feb 4)

If you are a completionist, Dying Light 2 is going to keep you engaged the entire month. With 500 hours worth of content and multiple game-changing upgrades, this one takes the word “sequel” to another level. With an impactful day and night cycle, 2-4 player co-op, and interesting game choices, you can be assured of a consistently dynamic video game. Dying Light 2 is quite literally one of the biggest releases of February 2022. Can’t wait to parkour off of everything in existence!

Dying Light 2 Stay Human Official
Image credit: Techland

3. Olli Olli World (Feb 8)

Sometimes, you don’t wanna deal with mysteries of life or world-threatening zombies, but just chill instead. Well, look no further than Olli Olli World, an exciting and action-packed skateboarding/platformer game published by Take-Two Interactive. Moreover, it has an interesting cast of characters living in a world filled with life-like variety. Oh and speaking of interesting characters, did you know that you can find the digital version of Danny Trejo in the game from February 8? 

4. Kingdom Hearts Series (Feb 10)

Though the decision of releasing Kingdom Hearts exclusively on the cloud versions of Nintendo Switch might’ve dampened the hype, the series is still too big to go unmentioned. With the bundle purchase of Kingdom Hearts Integrum Masterpiece, fans can finally experience the entire series on Switch.

5. Total War: Warhammer Iii (Feb 17)

The latter half of the month is bringing out the big guns starting with the third installment of the complex turn-based strategy series. Not to mention that the game is offering the Ogre Kingdoms as the pre-order bonus to players. You will receive the same for purchasing it within the first week as well. Also, take a look at the new Total War Warhammer 3 factions:

More customizations, more epic battles, and more glory!

6. Horizon: Forbidden West (Feb 18)

You absolutely cannot miss the beauty of this game running on the PS5. Following from the solid foundation laid by the first game, Forbidden West is only looking stronger with new underwater exploration, better world design, and a compelling story. It will be really interesting to see what kind of machines they come up with this time. Easily one of the most anticipated games of February and this year overall. 

7. Elden Ring (Feb 25)

Let’s take a look: A world born frin a collaboration between Miyazaki and George RR Martin. Gameplay inspired from Dark Souls, Bloodborne, and Sekiro. Also, the two-time consecutive winner of The Most Anticipated Game, beating the likes of God of War: Ragnarok, Horizon: Forbidden West, Legend of Zelda, etc. Dubbed as the “open world Dark Souls”, Elden Ring is going to offer a lot more player control, especially in terms of traversal and choices, while balancing the classic Dark Souls traditions. 

Yup, ‘nuff said. Do tell us your most anticipated games of February 2022 and beyond!

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Written by Ammar Kachwala

I prefer video games capable of delivering powerful experiences, innovation, and competition. I like to talk about such games and offer something valuable to others with my writing and videos. And I don't mince words when doing so.

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