December is usually a quiet month for games, and with the exception of last year’s Cyberpunk 2077 launch, this year is almost normal. In many cases. Released by Microsoft on December 8th, Halo Infinite is the hottest release of the year, and after years of development, Master Chief’s next adventure is already high expectations for Mjolnir’s armored shoulders. I am sending.
Halo Infinite also competes with FINAL FANTASY XIV’s endwalker expansion. This is a bit behind the original November release date, as are some other smaller titles.
Halo Infinite (December 8th)
In the next chapter of the Halo series, you’ll have more freedom to mix traditional actions to explore a new world filled with mysteries, dangers, and vantage points where the Master Chief is begging you. Looks like. Take a fighting shot swing on them. The two-part game Halo Infinite’s campaign is another paid product, with multiplayer launching as a free-to-play product in early November. Both parts of the Halo Infinite experience are also available from the Game Pass, so you don’t have to worry about missing either part of the package.
Chorus (December 3rd)
There aren’t enough games to control an agile and armed spaceship, but at least the chorus aims to fill that gap when it takes action in early December. For those who missed it, the final trailer of the game is how to steer craft around enemy fleets and space stations when launched on Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PS4, PS5, and PC. Was introduced.
FINAL FANTASY XIV: End Walker (December 7th)
New FINAL FANTASY XIV: Realm Reborn expansion is usually a reason for celebration. With the advent of Endwalkers, December is a party time for anyone who wants to return to the land of Eorzea. This extension contains a lot of content that appeals to longtime fans, including conclusions to one of the game’s longest-running stories, two new job classes, and new jobs. This is just the tip of the fantasy iceberg, as FINAL FANTASY XIV is preparing for an important new chapter full of fresh activity.
December 2021 Video Game Release Schedule
- War Tales (PC via Steam Early Access)-December 1st
- Battle in a small space (PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S)-December 2nd
- Century: The Age of Ash (PC)-December 2nd
- Daikoku: Sakuraya’s agent (Switch)-December 2nd
- Solar ash (PC, PS4, PS5)-December 2nd
- Anvil: Vault breaker -(PC via Steam Early Access, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S, via Xbox Game Preview)-December 2nd
- Kung Fu kick ball (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, Switch)-December 2nd
- Archvale (PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Switch)-December 2nd
- Mecha jammer (PC)-December 2nd
- Grim Dawn: Definitive Edition (Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S)-December 3rd
- chorus (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Stadia)-December 3rd
- Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain (Switch)-December 3rd
- Danganronpa Decadence (Switch)-December 3rd
- Disney Magical World 2: Enchantment Edition (Switch)-December 3rd
- Icarus (PC)-December 4th
- Timesia (PC)-December 7th
- SpellForce 3: Enhanced (PC)-December 7th
- FINAL FANTASY 14: End Walker (PC, PS4, PS5)-December 7th
- Thunder tier 1 (PC)-December 7th
- White Shadow (PC, PS5, Xbox Series X | S)-December 7th
- Celestial body (PC, PS4, PS5)-December 7th
- Halo Infinite (PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S)-December 8th
- breakwater -Steam Early Access (PC)-December 9th
- Demon Gaze Extra (Switch, PS4, PS5)-December 9th
- Monster Farm 1 & 2 DX (PC, Switch, iOS)-December 9th
- Siberia: The previous world (PC)-December 10th
- Firegirl: Hack’n Splash Rescue (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, Switch)-December 14th
- Alfred Hitchcock – Vertigo (PC)-December 16th
- 5 nights at Freddie’s: Security breach (PC, PS4, PS5)-December 16th
- Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit of Wonder Labyrinth (Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S)-December 16th
- Gank (PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S)-December 16th
- Alien: Isolation (Android, iOS)-December 16th
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