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  • If you want to think a little more positively, check out our guide to video game release dates as well. Or take a look back at the best games of 2022 released so far. Either way, keep scrolling as we show you all the new games for 2022 that are set to release before the end of December. Warhammer 40,000: Darktide is an all-new cooperative action game from the team that created the Vermintide series. You can create your own character, define its abilities, and then step into a delightful dark sci-fi setting to defeat hordes of terrifying and terrifying monsters.

  • 2022 is just a few steps away from new games due to be released by the end of the year. It’s been a completely packed few weeks, with the best PS5 games and the best Xbox Series X games hitting shelves in a matter of days, including God of War Ragnarok and Pentimento. December still has some great games coming, like one of the most anticipated upcoming horror games, The Callisto Protocol, but we’re turning our attention to all new games for 2023 It may be the time. Still, whatever you want to do, below are the top new games left for 2022.

Fatshark promised an evolution of Vermintide 2’s melee system, now complemented by Warhammer 40K’s jerky firefights. Whether alone or with friends, Darktide is sure to be a blast. XCOM series developer Firaxis brings Marvel’s Midnight Suns, a supernatural strategy game featuring 12 legendary Marvel heroes. These Midnight Sun characters team up to battle Lilith, the Mother of Demons. But they also need help from the hunters – aka you, the first customizable Marvel hero. Marvel’s Midnight Suns releases December 2nd on PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC Planned for release on PS4, Xbox One, and Switch in 2023.

Survival horror fans may want to include The Callisto Protocol in their internal motion sensors. Debuting from new studio Striking Distance, the next-gen survival-horror game takes place in a high-security prison on Jupiter’s moon, with plenty of spooky alien nightmare fuel. Developed by Glen Schofield, thanks to Dead Space, The Callisto Protocol is also technically set in his PUBG universe (yes, PUBG universe). See, now you are interested.