It looks like 2023 is going to be a great year for gaming. We are already in the second month of the year and the February games are already looking good. These are the most anticipated games from LOGNET to be released in the month of February.
Blood Bowl 3 (February 23) – Chris Jones, senior writer
I look forward to taking the plunge Blood come series for the first time. I like turn-based games that bring about a unique aspect. This is a turn-based strategy game that also has a kind of simulation theme with Goblins, Dwarven, etc. The game also offers just the right amount of violence! Super excited to participate for the first time!
Kerbal Space Program 2 (February 24) – David Schallert, writer
The game I’m most looking forward to in February is Kerbal Space program 2. I played the original when my son was a toddler and he loved watching the rockets “plode”. I’m really excited that they’re adding colonies on other worlds and even traveling to the stars.
Wanted: Dead (February 14) – Daniel Amoroso, Assistant Editor & GAMERANT
The February game I’m looking forward to is Wild death. From part of the team behind the Ninja Gaiden series, this exciting third-person hack-and-slash game is looking to take a look back at the genre’s glory days. Offers a range of offensive attacks from melee to gunfights and a host of visceral finishing moves. Wild death will hopefully manage to regain some of what made this genre so exciting.
Like A Dragon: Ishin (February 21) & Horizon Call of the Mountain (February 22) – Gene Schaffmeir, Senior Writer
A few years ago I was deep in one Yakuza obsession. On my way down that rabbit hole, I imported Yakuza Ishin for the PS4. I couldn’t believe how good it looked. And after playing countless hours of the main game, the change in time period was welcome. I just knew Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio would eventually locate it. February is so packed with great games, but the new content and improved visuals make up for it Like A Dragon: They were a must play for me.
Sony was so impressed with developer Firesprite that they acquired them in 2021. In conjunction with the launch of PS VR2, Horizon Call of the Mountain makes for one of the most intriguing games of 2023. Not only do we get an all-new story in the Horizon universe, but in a few weeks we’ll have a whole new way to play games on the PS5. Horizon Call of the Mountain will be a mix of Sony’s best foot forward and new technology such as haptics on your head, foveated rendering, eye tracking and physical hand movements.
Destiny 2: Lightfall (February 28) – Ty Swinson, senior writer
I’m looking forward to Lot 2: Lightfall for the month of February. This expansion promises to be as climactic as cult classics The Empire strikes back. Strand as a new subclass will help usher in a major refresh for the Destination Sandbox along with proving a great Spider-Man simulator. Finally, the biggest mystery of Destination will eventually be answered: “What is the Pouka fish?”
Destiny 2: Lightfall (February 28) – Lord Cognito, Iron Lords Podcast & LOGNET CEO and Creative Director
Like passionate Destination fan since the beginning, nothing gets my blood flowing more than the marketing for a new Bungie expansion. In general, with expansions, the most substantial changes occur in the Destination sandpit. I’m really excited about the brand new Strand subclass and the many quality of life changes to help new players on board Destination.
Lot 2: Lightfall‘s cyberpunk aesthetic on the planet Neptune will be the latest location in the great pantheons of Destination extensions. Despite setting the narrative bar extremely high with the amazing Witch Queen campaign last year, the stakes for humanity’s survival seem higher than ever. This has culminated with the reveal of The Witness (think Thanos looming in the background as the mastermind of Darkness since Destiny 1), and now his newest disciple Calus.
I can’t wait to dive back into the tight FPS gunplay I love and get ready for my favorite co-op activity in gaming (Destination Raid Day 1 raid March 10) and stop the Darkness over some beautiful vistas. February 28, can’t come soon enough!
Atomic Heart (February 21) – Mahmood Ghaffar, editor in chief
Atom Heart gives major Bioshock mood. The mix of FPS along with magic/powers is a great combination when done right. I love that the developers have confirmed that the game will support 60 FPS. Eastern European storytelling can be grim at times, but it oozes wonderful cultural references that add depth and authenticity. It was a pity that the game was postponed, but since it’s just around the corner now, I’m excited about it. Best of all, it’s available on Xbox Game Pass from day one.
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