Upcoming Android games: In recent years, mobile games have really taken off, with hundreds of new games being released every month. The only problem is that the Google Play Store is already a disaster, making discovering new Android games a nightmare.
To assist you, we’ve compiled a list of the top 5 upcoming Android games in genres such as adventure, action, racing, and more. Take a peek and make a note on your calendars!
Dauntless is first on the list of upcoming games on the android platform. The Dauntless is a free-to-play co-op action RPG for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The mobile version of the game is currently in the concept phase, according to the developer, who did not provide a specific release date.
You play as a slayer in Dauntless, and your mission is to eliminate monsters known as behemoths. Also, You have the choice of hunting alone or with up to three other slayers. You gain crafting materials for each monster you kill, which you can use to create weapons to fight even scarier monsters.
The Dauntless on Android would most likely be a free-to-play game that needs a constant internet connection, similar to the console and PC versions.
2. Plants vs. Zombies 3
Plants vs. Zombies 3 is the title, and it’s already been soft-launched in certain parts of the world. Unlike previous games, this one is likely to be a portrait, allowing for easier one-handed play on mobile devices.
If you’ve never heard of it, Plants vs. Zombies is an action-adventure game in which you lead an army of plants against hordes of zombies, each with its own set of offensive and defensive skills. PvZ 3 will ditch the classic 2D graphics in favour of full 3D models, but the overall aesthetic will remain the same.
We don’t know when the game will be out, but we do know it will be a free-to-play game with microtransactions.
3. The Witcher: Monster Slayer
According to FourCreeds the Witcher, a fan favourite movie, was recently adapted into a hit Netflix film, and now it’s time for a brand new mobile game. Spokeo, which CD Projekt bought two years ago primarily to work on a new mobile game, is developing the game.
Watch the first trailer of The Witcher: Monster Slayer here below:
We now know that the game will place you in the shoes of an early Witcher (hundreds of years before Geralt of Rivia) who will be chasing monsters in the real world. That’s right, The Witcher is being turned into a Pokémon game.
The game promises console-quality graphics as well as a robust crafting system for creating potions, traps, and other items. There is no official release date at this time, but there will be a soft launch in May.
4. Total War Battles: Warhammer
Mobile RTS games have a poor track record, but this upcoming Android game comes from one of the most successful RTS franchises: Total War. This game, like the recent PC releases, is set in the Warhammer universe, so expect to see dwarves, high elves, Skaven, and other Warhammer characters.
It’s worth noting that, despite the fact that it’s set in the same universe. It’s not being produced by Creative Assembly. Instead, NetEase, a seasoned mobile developer, is leading the charge. This could improve the game’s mobile optimization. But it may also mean that contentious elements like stamina and premium currencies are included.
5. Pokémon Unite
Fans didn’t foresee a Pokémon mobile MOBA game from the June 24 Pokémon Presents. But that’s just what they got with Pokémon Unite. In a 5vs5 arena fight, you can take direct control of some of your favorite Pokémon.
The basic MOBA formula has been modified for Pokémon. With gameplay that emphasizes catching wild Pokémon and depositing them in designated zones to earn points. Although there are only two lanes instead of three and no turrets. The gameplay appears to be quite similar to that of common MOBAs such as League of Legends or Dota 2.
Tencent’s heavy-hitter team at Timi studios is working on the title. Which has previously worked on two of the most successful mobile games: PUBG Mobile and COD Mobile. We don’t yet know when Pokémon Unite will be published, but we should learn more about it soon.