Done with 1 semester, let’s move on to the 5 best games of 2022 so far –

The first semester is already over and, so far, many releases have shaken up the gaming industry. Amidst so many games, some titles really stood out, be it in their gameplay, setting, or providing a unique experience to players – the case of Elden Ring. To help you stay on top of the year’s major releases, we’ve listed the best games of 2022. Check it out!

Ring of Elden

With Elden Ring, FromSoftware has created one of the biggest phenomena of the century in the gaming industry. The game is the result of a partnership between Hidetaka Miyazaki and writer George RR Martin, who is responsible for A Song of Ice and Fire, which was inspired by the Game of Thrones series.

The game has a huge open world to explore, with many secrets, surprises, challenges and an impressive array of enemies of all types to fight. Elden Ring is undoubtedly a landmark in gaming history and a strong contender for the Game of the Year award. The game is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

Horizon Forbidden West

Horizon Forbidden West had a troubled post-launch, as a series of bugs prevented players from fluidly progressing through the game. However, Guerrilla Games released an update patch that fixed the game’s bugs and delivered the experience that users were looking for.

The title brings back the post-apocalyptic world dominated by robots that captivated the gaming community in 2017, the year of the release of the first game in the franchise, Horizon Zero Dawn. The game also has different areas to explore, collect items and weapons. The game is available for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

pokemon arceus

In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, the player has complete freedom to explore everything as they wish. The game takes place before the events of Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, which was released in 2006 for the Nintendo DS, the Japanese company’s portable console. The popular franchise game was released in January this year and is available only for Nintendo Switch.

Dying Light 2

In Dying Light 2, players take on the role of 20-year-old Aiden, who searches for his missing sister in a series of dangerous missions. The strength of the game is its gameplay. The mechanics are very easy to learn, and with just a few minutes of gameplay, players will already be doing parkour in the city of Villedor.

The main campaign lasts about 20 hours, but the game developer promises up to 500 hours of in-game fun. The game is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

Fate 2: The Witch Queen

After an 8-year wait, the Destiny franchise finally got a sequel, The Witch Queen. The first-person shooter contains many of the elements that made the franchise one of the most popular in the genre, but with the addition of many different items and weapons.

The game was released in February this year for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Google’s cloud gaming service Stadia.

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