6 hottest video games of 2019


We played a lot in 2018 and some progressive games in the field, now it is the time for findings of 2019. This year we are expecting for re-mastered and brand new video games.

Apex Legends

“Apex Legends” is made by Respawn Entertainment, the EA-owned studio that made the “Titanfall” games as well. In some way, “Apex Legends” is sort of a “Titanfall” game, albeit one without wall-running or ogre, awkward robot suits.

What it lacks in that stuff, it keeps in the excellent first-person shooting. And also, “Apex Legends” is a great multiplayer first-person shooter.

It’s a free-to-play game, with all the effects that phrase comes with. But, more than any of that stuff, “Apex Legends” is a best-in-class first-person shooter.

Released: February 4

Platform(s): Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC

Trials Rising

The game is large honest and still a surprising delight. You have to carefully rade a bike trough endless traps. The game is about bicycle and motorbike-based trials.

Released: February 26, 2019

Platform(s): Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Nintendo Switch

Far Cry New Dawn

The open-world first-person shooter was set in America for the first time ever and featured a new enemy.

“Far Cry New Dawn” is a sequel to that game, set in a post-apocalypse Montana 17 years after the events of “Far Cry 5.” The trailer alludes to a period of extreme weather following a nuclear detonation, eventually leading to a new world.

Released: February 15, 2019

Platform(s): Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Release Date: March 22, 2019

Platform(s): Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC

Days Gone

“Days Gone” is “Sons of Anarchy” answers “28 Days Later.” You play as a deserted biker remaining in the wake of a global pandemic. Billions were wiped out, and many millions more became zombies.

As if zombies weren’t scary enough, “Days Gone” turns them into a water-like mass capable of drowning into passages with the momentum and rage of a tsunami.

Super Mario Maker 2

One of the best 2D “Super Mario” games ever made is coming back!.

In June, Nintendo plans to release the second game Super Mario Maker series with “Super Mario Maker 2.”

Gamers will be able to create their own 2D “Super Mario” levels using objects from a variety of “Super Mario” games. While the first “Super Mario Maker” offered objects from “Super Mario Bros.,” “Super Mario Bros. 3,” “Super Mario World,” and “New Super Mario Bros. U,” it looks like “Super Mario Maker 2” will also allow the use of objects from “Super Mario 3D World”.

Release Date: June 2019

Platform(s): Nintendo Switch

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