Not only is it one of the best games of the past 30 years, but it’s the first Zelda game on next-gen consoles and, with the release of Breath of the Wild, makes the best Zelda game of all time. Release date: September 14, 2013 Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC You would be hard-pressed to find a more consistently awesome game than the original Borderlands. Its four-player co-op makes you feel like a badass space pirate, fight-enging aliens, and shoot-em-up gameplay is all awesome, but so is its retro-inspired shooter gameplay. Sure, the guns are a little overkill (at least until you equip a second one), but they’re all satisfying and satisfying. The loot system is massive, and you’ll constantly be hunting for new loot to make your ship even better. Who doesn’t love loot? Release date: October 27, 2015 Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One If you’ve ever had the pleasure of plowing through the original Skyrim on PC, then you’ll be itching to dive into the equally remastered version on next-gen consoles. Well, Bethesda did not disappoint when it released Elder Scrolls Online in 2015. Elder Scrolls Online is a fantastic MMO, and now that it’s on consoles, you’ll want to dive into its world. Sure, it’s got a learning curve stiffening, but it’s so worth it. Release date: November 15, 2015 Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC A good Assassin’s Creed game is a good Assassin’s Creed game with a great story. Given the wealth of great ones available on the market, it’s very easy to overlook Black Flag. Yet it’s a game that really stands out thanks to its incredible naval combat and naval battles. It’s a great setting for a fantastic story. You’ll be able to sail the seas, hunt down pirate captains, and even change your appearance and appearance on the fly. It’s a wild and exciting world to explore. Release date: October 27, 2016 Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android Arguably one of the best open-world games ever made, The Witcher 3 is a treat for RPG fans with an appreciation for detail and longevity. Its world is rich and full of opportunities to get lost in its world, and the diversity of races, cultures, and situations makes it feel like there are endless places to explore. Set in the 19th century, Geralt and his sidekick Yennefer are on the hunt for a Jasper, the legendary leader of the Black Pearl, who’s rumored to be embedded in some of the citys. To get to the bottom of the story, you’ll be able to travel to places as disparate as the Scotsman’s Scottish stronghold, the plantation-turned-ramp of Toussaint, or the Hoarders’ encampment. You’ll even be able to jump in on some of the quests, which will continue Geralt’s quest to find the Black Pearl and prove that he’s really worthy of being king of the Undead Kingdoms. Release date: November 15, 2017 Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One The worlds of Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy 7 are like a universe distilled down to the most basic elements, which is why it’s so fascinating to see how developer Square Enix plans to streamline and redefine them in the upcoming lead-up to its upcoming release. Final Fantasy 7 Remake will feature the original story of the first game, while Final Fantasy 7 Remake will introduce a new cast of characters and scenarios designed to better represent the tone and values of the original. And like Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be available for pre-orders ahead of its full release date of November 15, 2017. Release date: 2018 Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One While Gears of War 4 didn’t quite hit the pinnacle of its visuals and visual fidelity, it still looks like it owes a lot of its visual and tactical edge to the Unreal Engine. And now, developer The Coalition is bringing that technology forward in a way that will give Gears of War a fresh start, featuring a new developer and publisher. The Coalition took the time to restore the original’s art style and atmosphere, and there are glimpses of that in the trailer. Check it out below: Gears of War 4 is a prequel to the events of Gears of War 3, which was a prequel to the events of Gears of War 3. As of now, we know that Marcus Fenix is no longer the leader of The Coalition, and he’s definitely not a friend.