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New Game Release Dates Of 2020: Nintendo Switch, PS4, PC, Xbox One

Below you can see release dates for the biggest games of 2020.

Despite the looming shadow of next-generation consoles, this year has impressed us with a wonderful suite of top-tier games, including Sekiro, Resident Evil 2 Remake, Fire Emblem: Awakening, and more. While we're in the thick of a fantastic year in games, there are a lot more coming just in the first few months of 2020. Games like the recently delayed Doom Eternal, Cyberpunk 2077, and Final Fantasy VII Remake are all huge games confirmed for the early half of the year.

Now you might be thinking: "2020? Sorry, but that's just too far from now." Sure, it sounds like the future, but remember that the last four months of 2019 are going to pass by like nothing. Soon you're going to have some of the biggest upcoming games right at your fingertips and they'll be with you in a matter of months. Before you know it, your life will be consumed in an instant.

If this startling revelation has dawned upon you in the same way it has for us, then you're likely wondering when you can expect to play these games. We've pinpointed the release dates for 2020's biggest games in tables below for your reference. Though if you're curious about what's still coming this year, then check out our feature covering the biggest game release dates of 2019.

You'll notice at the very bottom is a table containing other massive games that are without release dates. We'll likely hear more details about when these are launching in the months ahead, so be sure to check back often as we update this feature with the latest confirmed dates.

January

Journey to the Savage Planet (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
Journey to the Savage Planet (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
Release DateGamePlatformsPre-Order
January 9Monster Hunter World: IcebornePCN/A
January 17Dragon Ball Z: KakrarotPS4, Xbox One, PCAmazon, PlayStation, Microsoft, Steam
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE EncoreSwitchAmazon
January 23Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered EditionPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCN/A
January 28Journey to the Savage PlanetPS4, Xbox One, PCAmazon, PlayStation, Microsoft, Epic Store

February

Release DateGamePlatformsPre-Order
February 11Yakuza 5PS4N/A
February 14Darksiders GenesisPS4, Xbox One, SwitchN/A
Street Fighter V: Champion EditionPS4, PCN/A
February 25Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy CollectionPS4, Xbox One, Switch PCN/A
February 28Marvel's Iron Man VRPSVRN/A
One-Punch Man: A Hero Nobody KnowsPS4, Xbox One, PCN/A

March

Final Fantasy VII Remake (PS4)
Final Fantasy VII Remake (PS4)
Release DateGamePlatformsPre-Order
March 3Final Fantasy VII RemakePS4Amazon, PlayStation
March 11Ori and the Will of the WispsXbox One, PCN/A
March 13My Hero: One's Justice 2PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCN/A
Nioh 2PS4N/A
March 20Animal Crossing: New HorizonsSwitchAmazon, Nintendo
Doom 64PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCN/A
Doom EternalPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCAmazon, PlayStation, Microsoft
March 24Bleeding EdgeXbox One, PCN/A
March 31Persona 5 RoyalPS4N/A
March TBAHalf-Life: AlyxPC N/A
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2PS4, Xbox One, PCAmazon, PlayStation, Microsoft

April

Cyberpunk 2077 (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
Cyberpunk 2077 (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
Release DateGamePlatformsPre-Order
April 16Cyberpunk 2077PS4, Xbox One, PCAmazon, PlayStation, Microsoft, Steam
April 24Trials of ManaPS4, Switch, PCAmazon, PlayStation, Steam
April 28Gears TacticsXbox One, PCN/A
April TBAMinecraft: DungeonsXbox One, PCN/A

May

Release DateGamePlatformsPre-Order
May 15Marvel's AvengersPS4, Xbox One, PCAmazon
May 22ManeaterPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC N/A
May 29The Last Of Us Part IIPS4Amazon, PlayStation
May TBAWasteland 3PS4, Xbox One, PCN/A

Big Games Confirmed for 2020

Below you can find a list of the biggest games that don't have explicit release dates but are confirmed to release sometime in 2020. We'll be moving each of these games into the release date sections above as soon as official dates are announced.

GamePlatforms
12 MinutesXbox One, PC
Bravely Default IISwitch
Crossfire XXbox One, PC
Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing In DisguiseSwitch
Destroy All Humans! (Remaster)PS4, Xbox One, PC
Digimon SurvivePS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
Disintegration PS4, Xbox One, PC
Dragon Ball Z: KakarotPS4, Xbox One, PC
Dying Light 2PS4, Xbox One, PC
Empire of SinPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
Evil Genius 2: World DominationPC
Godfall (Holiday 2020)PS5
Gods & MonstersPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
Ghost of Tsushima (Summer 2020)PS4
GriftlandsPC
Halo InfiniteXbox One, Project Scarlett, PC
HumankindPC
Kerbal Space Program 2PS4, Xbox One, PC
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker SagaPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
Little Nightmares IIPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
Microsoft Flight SimulatorXbox One, PC
Minecraft Dungeons PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
Naraka BladepointN/A
No More Heroes IIISwitch
No Straight RoadsPS4, PC
Oddworld: SoulstormTBA
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
OutridersPS4, Xbox One, PC
Predator: Hunting GroundsPS4
Psychonauts 2PS4, Xbox One, PC
Roller ChampionsPC
Rune Factor 5Switch
Salaam iOS, Android
Skull & BonesPS4, Xbox One, PC
SpiritfarerPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - RehydratedPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
System Shock (Remake)PS4, Xbox One, PC
Tales of ArisePS4, Xbox One, PC
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six QuarantinePS4, Xbox One, PC
Twin MirrorPS4, Xbox One, PC
Wasteland 3PS4, Xbox One, PC
Watch Dogs: LegionPS4, Xbox One, PC
Werewolf: The Apocalypse - EarthbloodPS4, Xbox One, PC
Zombie Army 4: Dead WarPS4, Xbox One, PC
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Matt Espineli

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