Our most anticipated shooters of 2022
shooter! The main product of the game, more diverse than ever. Whether you’re looking for a co-op or competitive experience, 2022 might have something for you. While mainstream titles like Fortnite and Apex Legends will no doubt get great updates this year, let’s take a look at some of the new games and major expansions coming soon.
Destiny 2: The Witch Queen
Destiny’s major expansions are always exciting for active players, returning players, and new players. As a jumping off point, expansions like The Witch Queen let new players come in and force up to catch up with the current player base. With new locations to explore, new raids, new mods, and more, players can shoot at unseen levels of power with wild weapons and insane mobility. And there’s probably a witch queen to take it somewhere. It’s always fun.
Little Tina’s Wonderland
Combine the wild action of Borderlands with Dungeons and Dragons, and you’ve got the creepy power-ups of Little Tina’s Wonderland. Tabletop games meet gunfights here (well, maybe more crossbow games), dice rolls, loot boxes, and Tiny Tina herself is the chaotic dungeon master. Multi-class to create interesting archetypes and hit a broadsword for some melee action when the situation gets close. Will Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands get 20 points naturally? We’ll find out soon!
Call of Duty 2022
The standard annual release of a Call of Duty game is usually guaranteed, but with news of Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision, anything is possible here. While the project has likely been in development for a long time and likely won’t be affected by acquisitions, the future of Call of Duty is likely to be a changing entity. What exactly that means is anyone’s guess, but seeing CoD on Game Pass takes some getting used to! What are you looking for in your 2022 entry?
Stalker 2: Heart of Chernobyl
Survival and shooting have been a powerful combo for the past decade, and Stalker 2 looks like it might turn some of that energy into a formidable pack. Mutants are everywhere, and coming out of the Chernobyl exclusion zone is by no means inevitable. With an ever-changing world, a day and night cycle, and tons of customization and tools to play with, this journey into the dark should be a fun one.
Team up with your shooters and fight a horde of deadly mechs with the Arc Raiders. As a resistance fighter, you can jump into this free-to-play experience and battle incredibly dangerous enemies.While we don’t know everything about the title yet, reveal trailer Sure to pique our interest in some coordinated destruction and defense. Hopefully we don’t have to wait too long for more information!
Redfall looks a bit like a more open-world Left 4 Dead with vampires, and we totally agree. However, many details about how Redfall will play out remain to be guessed. There’s support for a variety of loadouts and playstyles as well as playing solo or with friends, but we’re still a bit scratching our heads as to how things will play out in actual gaming sessions. We know it’ll be focused on co-op FPS action, and that’s enough to make us crave more info!