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Best new games that you should certainly give a try in 2024!

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Are you looking for the best new online games coming out now? Then you’ve come to the correct spot. There are so many new games coming out this year across all platforms that it keeps us awake at night, from dramatic blockbusters to slow-burn RPGs.

However, with so many new online games hitting consoles and PC this year, it might be difficult to tell which ones are worth your time. So here’s a compiled list of the most anticipated games for this year including what they’re all about, once you can get your hands on them, and why they’re likely to be worth your time and money.

Want to know what new online games to watch out for this year, regardless of whether you’re playing on a PS5, Xbox One, Xbox One S, Nintendo Switch, or PC? Then you’ve arrived at the correct location.

GTA 5 Expanded and Enhanced Edition

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GTA 5 for PS5 and Xbox Series X finally came on March 15 after being delayed since 2021 and it was well worth the wait.

This updated edition of GTA 5 and GTA Online, comes about 9 years after the original game’s release on Xbox 360 and PS3. It makes use of the capability of the newest generation of consoles to showcase the increasingly familiar environment of Los Santos at its finest.

This ‘extended and updated’ edition of GTA 5 for PS5 and Xbox Series X includes additional graphical modes, HDR choices, ray-tracing, quicker load times, 3D audio, and more, with Xbox One and PS4 users able to transfer saves across.

This improved version of GTA 5 has only increased the anticipation for the (now officially announced) GTA 6.

Gran Turismo 7 –

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Gran Turismo 7 returns the racing sim brand to its former glory. They are resolving the GT6 and GT Sport’s lack of substance and slightly lackluster aesthetics. GT7, on the other hand, returns to what the cute racing sim excels at providing a wealth of material and great racing action. All wrapped up in a delightfully appealing and engaging user experience that’s incredibly moreish.

GT7 is also a fantastic demonstration of PS5 technology, probably making the finest use of the DualSense Wireless Controller’s haptic and adaptable triggers. As you navigate GT7’s plethora of circuits, you’ll feel each bump in the road, every scream around a curve, and every gear change.

When you combine this with the game’s lightning-fast load times, you get a gorgeously smooth racing experience in GT7. You seldom have to wait more than a few seconds to get into – or restart – a racing action. GT7 is a magnificent return to form for the series.

The latest instalment in Sony’s premier motorsport sim series is on the way and owing to the power of the PS5, it’s likely to be the finest yet. Gran Turismo 7 will, of course, be released on the PS4. Sony’s newest technology will make the racing game appear and feel more authentic than ever before.

Players in Gran Turismo 7 will be able to refine their abilities in single-player races before venturing online to compete against the best of the best in online battles. Unlike Microsoft’s Forza Horizon 5, this is a rather straightforward new online game that racing lovers should keep an eye on.

Horizon Forbidden West –

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Horizon Zero Dawn may not have required a sequel, but Horizon Forbidden West demonstrates that Aloy’s tale deserves another chapter.

You take charge of Aloy once more in Forbidden West, this time traversing a post-apocalyptic western America. The sequel improves on the concept of its predecessor while introducing new machines to defeat (including huge robot snakes), attractive new landscapes, and new characters to meet. The latter of which explains the sequel better than any of its many amazing boss fights or breathtaking panoramas.

Horizon Forbidden West is a magnificent technological feat that seems “next-generation” while still capturing smaller, more personal nuances. If you liked Zero Dawn, you won’t be disappointed with this game.

Pokémon Legends: Arceus


Pokémon Legends: Arceus is beyond any Pokémon game you’ve ever played – in the greatest way imaginable. While Sword and Shield introduce new elements that breathe new life into the long-running franchise, Arceus takes a step further by tearing up the game.

Arceus serves as a precursor to the main series, transporting players to a far earlier iteration of Pokémon Diamond and Pearl’s Sinnoh area (known as the Hisui region in Japan), when Pokémon wander freely and you’re tasked with finishing one of the region’s earliest Pokédexes.

With no gym commanders or badges, Arceus’ primary interest is capturing Pokémon rather than battling them. For some, this new approach will be very welcome.

But for others, it may be too much of a departure from the Pokémon recipe that you’ve gotten accustomed to. In any case, Pokémon Legends: Arceus is one of the greatest Switch games available and is highly recommended if you’re a Pokémon enthusiast.

Dying Light 2: Stay Human –

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A genuine gaming year would not be complete without at least one living dead, and the sequel to 2015’s Dying Light is your savior.

Set 20 years after the original game, Dying Light 2 casts you as Aiden Caldwell, an infected survivalist attempting to uncover the secrets of his past and find his sister in a brutal, dying world. Aiden’s search takes him to The City. Here the player must select whether your protagonist should focus on his personal aim or aid the other survivors by reconstructing the settlement. The emphasis of Dying Light 2 is on choice and result, with your choices impacting the environment around you as well as the plot itself.

The original Dying Light combined Mirror’s Edge parkour with a zombie shoot-’em-up, as well as a day-and-night variety system. Dying Light 2 amps up the occlusion, with a greater focus on stealth, parkour, and modified equipment to explore the terrain. Dying Light 2 is ideal for fans of open-world survival horrors, with a territory four times the size of the previous and packed with NPCs, side missions, and challenges.

Elden Ring

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Elden Ring is the latest in FromSoftware’s string of famously challenging action RPGs, as the name has come to mean. Players chop, slash, dodge, and precisely time their way through the fictional region of the Lands Between with the goal of becoming the Elden Lord.

If it seems like boring, ordinary fantasy material, don’t worry. The narrative was co-written by George R.R. Martin, the modern-day bard himself. The partnership between FromSoftware and Martin results in a rich, wide-open-world rife with mysteries to discover. A universe begging to be explored.

Veterans of FromSoftware will instantly feel at home in Elden Ring. The principles of battle are as robust as ever. There are several options for specializing your character, as well as numerous weapons and magic to support your play style.

However, a word of caution for those who aren’t as experienced gamers: Elden Ring isn’t simple. FromSoftware’s games are famously difficult, which may not be to everyone’s taste – and that’s fine. However, because of this difficulty, every adversary you defeat and inch you advance is extremely gratifying.


Because there are so many new online games in the industry, our list can only capture a fraction of the overall amount of fantastic PC gaming experiences. Nonetheless, hope you’ll find something you enjoy among our offerings.

Shooting gangsters in Gta 5 or chopping demons to bits in Elder Ring are the top picks for action fans. They both look stunning in their own right. Also, their mechanics have been refined throughout the course of their long-running series, with current installments being the greatest yet. If you want something faster-paced racing, Gran Turismo 7 is a racing game. This game will test your intellectual capacities against those who aim to overtake you with beasty powerful engine cars.

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