Check Out The List Of Upcoming “Most Mysterious Games Ever”

Purnima Gupta
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Are you ready for some fresh gaming news update? Let us tell you that about the new games which are under development phase. Ardent game lovers can look forward to exciting new launches in the near future. Quite a few of the gaming projects have their titles already released. This has definitely created enough mystery about what the games can unleash.

For you, here we are presenting a list of “most mysterious games ever” which gaming fans can anticipate across the world gaming landscape. Read on and find out.

Avengers By Crystal dynamics

Crystal Dynamics is working to develop Avengers, while it was announced with an intriguing logo. The game is a partnership effort between Marvel and Square Enix, as the later is investing huge sums of money in the project. Several industry experts have also been hired by Crystal Dynamics to give an extra advantage to the Avengers project.

Cold Iron

Cold Iron is a new player on the block. It started operating in 2015, Cold Iron studios were formed by ex-Cryptic studio developers who created games like Star Trek Online and Never Winter. The studio is reportedly working on a new alien shooter game. Interestingly, many veteran developers are part of the Cold Iron studio team who have worked on popular games like Doom, Borderland and Metroid Prime 3. The game is likely to be action packed with an integrated MMO feature.

Eidos Montreal

Eidos Montreal is the biggest studio, working with other studios like Crystal Dynamics on Avengers project. Apart from this said partnership, Eidos Montreal is reportedly working on Guardians of the Galaxy title.


The successful Souls series was enough to propel the Japanese studio, FromSoftware’s popularity among millions of its fans. Latest from this Japanese creators is a new Armored Core installment with ‘dark fantasy game and a new IP. This is likely to be announced during Tokyo game show this year.


Texas-based GearBox released Battleborn which didn’t make heads turn, quite as expected. Though, two of Gearbox’s popular games – Borderlands and Brother in Arms will witness some good amounts of hard work from the gaming firm. The technology powered to develop Borderland was even demonstrated last year. Reportedly, one of these game will be seeing an update, very soon.

Ghost Story by Irrational Games

Ghost Story by Irrational Games may not sound familiar to the gaming enthusiasts. However, Kevin Levine, the project owner said that the game will be built on the “narrative Legos concept”. In addition to this, Ghost Story will be having an evolved version, much similar to the game Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor’s Nemesis system. Hence, this time around, the better experience can be expected in the next release.

Obsidians Entertainment

Obsidians Entertainment is working on Pillars of Eternity II for PC and gaming console. Slated to launch this year, the game’s RPGs to have real-time with pause (RTwP) feature. Allegedly, creators of Fallout and Fallout 2 and even Vampire- The Masquerade: Bloodlines, are working on Pillars of Eternity II, as well. Users are expecting a teaser this year, which will reveal more about this project.


Remedy has zeroed entirely on P7 for its new cinematic 3rd person game, to be published by 505 Games in 2019. Remedy, a Finnish studio is working on this project and aiming heavily at P7 users. The studio is working to build on the reiteration of the game with multiplayer elements.

Star Wars

For Star Wars Fans, Respawn Entertainment is reportedly working on Star Wars game with Unreal Engine 4, this time. This will be developed by Stig Asmussen who was behind the creation of God of War III. This project will be based on third-person action title and could get a release of April 2019 and March 2020.

That’s all folks!! Which one are you waiting for and why? Share in the comment section below.

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