Mikey's Most Anticipated Games of 2019

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Published by Mikey 9 months ago , last updated 9 months ago

As the new year rolls slowly in, As a staff team at GameFront we're all taking the time to think about our most anticipated games of 2019. Here's mine.

I'm going to break these down into "Definitely 2019" and "Hopefully 2019".

Anthem - (Definitely 2019)

I've become a big fan of Destiny recently, and Anthem looks like EA's answer to Bungies Destiny. Looking forward to this in February!

On a world left unfinished by the gods, humanity struggles to survive in a savage environment. Equipped with incredible Javelin exosuits, a faction known as the Freelancers seeks to tip the balance in mankind’s favor.

Crackdown 3 (Definitely 2019)

Because who doesn't love Terry Crews.

Crackdown and Crackdown 2 were amazingly fun games, self parody of the genre which I have not seen before or since. Crackdown 3 looks to continue this trend. Also did I mention Terry Crews?

Starfield (Hopefully 2019)

Bethesda's getting a lot of flak for Fallout 76, but I hope they don't pull a repeat performance with this game. Looks really promising and I'm excited to see what they come up with for a new property. I'm hoping No Man's Sky but less grindy.

The Elder Scrolls VI - (Hopefully 2019)

I mean CMON, it's been 8 YEARS since Skyrim, which has been ported to every. single. console. known. to. man, and we all know, if there's one thing Bethesda does best, it's TES. (Hate on me in the comments if you disagree).

Cyberpunk 2077 - (Hopefully 2019)

I don't even think I need to go into why I'm excited about this game. Let's just say I uploaded the 16GB gameplay here to GameFront so that everyone can enjoy it in it's full HD glory. Grab that here.


So that's my list. Two definites and 3 hopefuls. Even if I get the first two I'll be happy!

Comments on this Article
9 months ago by RadioactiveLobster

Starfield is possible for late 2019 but I honestly think it's 2020.


Elder Scrolls VI is 2021/2022 or later for sure.

9 months ago by Mikey

Still, Anthem.