The 10 most anticipated video games of 2016


Garrett Konrardy, Entertainment reporter

10. Far Cry Primal

Taking you back to 10000 B.C., “Far Cry” has has changed a lot from the last title. “Far Cry Primal” will be a good game if you are looking for a stealthy tactical game. (Feb. 23)

9. MLB The Show 16

“MLB The Show 16” is going to introduce brand-new features and players. If you are a fan of baseball, then you will enjoy this game. (March 29)

8. Tom Clancy’s: The Division

This game is going to be amazing for people who like tactical shooters. This game looks very fun and exciting; it’s not going to be anything like “Rainbow Six Siege,” which was Ubisoft’s latest Tom Clancy game. (March 8)

7. Madden NFL 17

This addition to the popular football series is sure to add new features and better graphics, leaving many football fans (like me) excited. (Expected to release in August)

6. Star Fox Zero

If you are a ’90s kid, this game is perfect. It will take you back to those times as a kid playing the classic “Star Fox,” which was released in 1993. This game will have improved graphics and is centered on air-to-air combat. (April 21)

5. Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2

Many of the original characters from the old games will be featured in “Garden Warfare 2,” along with a new gamemode that can support up to 24 players in one match. (Feb. 23)

4. Battlefield 5: Armageddon

“Battlefield 5” will introduce new weapons, better maps, more players in maps, and way better graphics. Hopefully this game will pull through and be good. (Release date unannounced, but expected to drop later this year)

3. Dead Island 2

“Dead Island” is a great game if you like horror and killing zombies. Taking place a few months after the events of the first game, it seems likely to be an even more entertaining than the first. (Release date unannounced, but expected to drop later this year)

2. Call of Duty 2016

We don’t know if it is going to be a remake of “Modern Warfare 2” or “MW4,” but we do know that Infinity Ward always makes a good game. (Release date unannounced, but expected to drop later this year)

1. No Man’s Sky

This game is set in space and features more than 18 quintrillion planets. Considering most players won’t even come close to finishing one percent of the game, you will never be bored with this one. (June)