From GTA 6 to Metroid Prime 4, games we want to hear more about in 2023

STUDIOS have a habit of announcing games in the very early stages of development, which means we have to wait a long time before seeing any gameplay.

We know that a number of games are in the works, but we have no idea how far development has progressed.

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While we know games take so long to complete, we just want to see a little bit more of what’s to come.

Here are the ten games we want to see more of in 2023.

Metroid Prime 4

Metroid Prime 4 was announced in Summer 2017 with a glorious JPEG.

And we get it. The original studio didn’t work and development started from scratch, we don’t expect the game any time soon.

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2023 will be four years since Retro Studios started work and we have heard nothing from the production.

Next year, just a little bit of Metroid Prime 4, please! We’re starving.

The Elder Scrolls 6

When Todd Howard took the stage to show the trailer for The Elder Scrolls 6, the game was far from finished.

With all that knowledge, he still blew up and did it to us while Bethesda was still hard at work on Starfield.

But now we’re reaching the release of Starfield and still haven’t seen anything from the upcoming Elder Scrolls.

Todd, we know you want to sell Skyrim about 20 more times, but at some point you’ve got to show us something new.

Tekken 8

This is one that could actually release in 2023, as we’ve seen quite a bit of the game at the Game Awards.

We’re still eagerly awaiting the full cast of fighters and are dying to know what new fighters will be joining the team.

It looks shiny and new and is exactly what we’ve come to expect from a modern fighting game.

They don’t have to release it yet, but an online beta like Street Fighter 6 might be nice.

GTA6

Almost everything we know about GTA 6 was gleaned from one of the greatest gaming hacks of all time.

However, official news from Rockstar about the game only goes as far as “Yes, we’re doing it.”

Even though the team decided to show off some of the things we already know about the game, it would be nice to see an official version.

We know what happened was terrible and now we wait to see what you have to show us.

Alan Wake 2

Alan Wake, after a bumpy development, became a cult classic due to the quality of the finished game.

Remedy released a remaster after the success of their last game, Control, announcing that the sequel was in the works.

Years have passed since that announcement, however, and no news has come from the studio.

Just let us know how it goes, we want to take another look into Alan Wake’s dark world.

fable

Oh fable! The amazing trilogy of games Peter Molyneux made before it went down the drain.

Thousands of players around the world love this fantasy adventure and Molyneux is no more, you are actually allowed to finish it.

We all want to be the hero of town again, only to be judged by the world for kicking a few too many chickens.

We understand that a gameplay trailer might be a bit much to ask, but could you let us know if it’s still in development?

Always wild

Known for making all the best games for the Nintendo 64 in the ’90s, Rare has been making a comeback since the dark Kinect years.

However, we’ve seen so little of Everwild that despite the great looking trailer, we just don’t know what to expect.

Everwild is guaranteed to look good, but what do you do inside? How is the gameplay?

A little more information in 2023 would be very desirable.

exoprimal

This is another game that could be released in 2023 as we have already had the opportunity to play the multiplayer beta.

We know how it looks, we know how it plays, but so much of it is still shrouded in mystery.

Sci-fi mechs fighting hordes of dimension leaping dinosaurs is exactly what we want to play.

So let’s take a look at what anything actually means, so we know if we want to play the game ourselves.

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

Avatar was such a cultural sensation when it came out in 2009 that the studios immediately greenlit it for three sequels.

While we’ve waited 13 years to find out more about the future of movies, we hope to learn more about Frontiers of Pandora soon.

There was a new trailer last year that didn’t show too much, and the 2022 launch window has now rolled past us.

Update us on the situation. Will it come? Are you already waiting to see how the path of the water goes? Please inform us.

Pikmin 4

Pikmin 4 became a bit of a meme. Another game like Metroid Prime 4 where it was announced and then radio silence.

Then, out of nowhere in a Nintendo Direct, Shigeru Miyamoto shows us a single screenshot, tells us it’s almost done and gone forever.

While we were happy to see development running smoothly, we’d be even happier to see some gameplay.

Will there be a new class of Pikmin? What will the new map look like? Anything would be an improvement over the screenshot.

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