Welcome to CelebsInfos, where we’ll be counting down our top ten most anticipated games for the year 2022. We’re looking at all the games we can’t wait to see next year on this list.

“Baldur’s Gate III” #10 (2022)

Though it was released in early access in 2020, this RPG is now set for a complete release in 2022. It comes from Larian Studios, which any RPG fan would remember as the award-winning firm behind the “Divinity” series, which is one of the most well-known RPG titles out there. BioWare’s “Baldur’s Gate” has been handed over to Larian to restore it to its former brilliance.

Perhaps you’ve already played the game in early access to provide input, or perhaps you’ve been waiting for the full release to have the most up-to-date experience possible. In any event, 2022 is shaping up to be a fantastic year for lovers of massive, complex role-playing games.

“Pokémon Legends: Arceus” #9 (2022)

Finally, an open-world “Pokémon” game is on the way, with a release date set for next year. It’ll be an action RPG rather than a typical turn-based game, marking one of the franchise’s most significant evolutions since “Pokémon Go!” It will follow the history of Pokémon training in the Hisui area before it was given that name.

If you’re still concerned following the mixed reviews for “Sword” and “Sheild,” keep in mind that you’ll be able to ride your Pokémon around as mounts in the open world. That alone should be enough to convince millions of people to buy Game Freak’s next blockbuster game based on one of the world’s most popular IPs.

“Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong” #8 (2022)

In recent years, this franchise has gone through a lot. Since the surprise announcement that “Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2” was seeking for a new development company, it’s been unclear where the franchise is headed. However, in 2022, a whole new game in the series, “Swansong,” should be released, taking us to Boston rather than Seattle or Los Angeles.

Instead of designing your own character, you’ll take up the mantle of one of three vampires and decide how to develop their builds and playstyles. But, most crucially, it’s still a single-player RPG, and it’ll be released in February on all major platforms — even last-gen.

“Gotham Knights” #7 (2022)

“Gotham Knights,” the very next game from WB Titles Montreal, is set in a different timeline from the previous “Arkham” games. Bruce Wayne is dead, and his most loyal companions, Robin, Nightwing, Batgirl, and the Red Hood, are in charge of protecting Gotham City. It’s a single-player game in which you can play as any of the four main characters, with optional co-op, while you search for the Court of Owls.

We also have Rocksteady’s “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League” slated for release next year, but we haven’t seen any gameplay and aren’t sure Warner Bros. will release both games in the same year, so we’re not hopeful.

“Dying Light 2 Stay Human” #6 (2022)

Is “Dying Light 2” set to hit theatres next year? It’s intended to, despite the fact that the game has been postponed several times to the point that Techland has made jokes about it. It’ll be a significant expansion of the platforming, zombie-killing action we loved in the original game, set in a new location simply referred to as “the City”.

Everything is working in this game’s favour to make it one of the year’s most popular games, and if Techland delivers on its promise of fine-tuning the “Dying Light” concept, it can’t go wrong. It’ll be four years since the original announcement, but maybe players will be able to get their hands on it in February.

“Starfield” #5 (2022)

We have our doubts about Bethesda’s ability to meet this deadline. We’ve only seen one brief cinematic trailer and no actual gameplay from “Starfield,” which might indicate that there’s no gameplay to share or that Todd Howard is simply holding his cards close to his chest. Regardless, a new Bethesda game will always remain unrivalled in terms of release date, and we can’t wait to play it.

However, it will be available on Day 1 of Game Pass, and it appears to be an Xbox and PC exclusive. However, with a potential release date of November 11th, 2022, you have plenty of time to purchase a gadget that can play this game.

“Horizon: Forbidden West” #4 (2022)

We can’t wait to play “Forbidden West,” Guerrilla Games’ highly anticipated follow-up to the phenomenal 2017 blockbuster. Aloy will travel to the San Francisco Bay Area, having spotted the Golden Gate Bridge on the cover image, to track down Sylens, who is most likely intending to resurrect Hades for his own, as yet unknown, purposes.

But the visuals are what everyone is talking about when it comes to “Forbidden West”: they look incredible, which is even more amazing since the game will be released on both PS4 and PS5. This also implies that even if you don’t have a PS5, you will be able to play this game.

“Elden Ring” #3 (2022)

Yes, we understand that “Elden Ring” is many people’s most anticipated game of the next year, but it’s not ours because, as good as FromSoftware’s games are, they’re not for everyone. But, like with every new game released by the company, we feel “Elden Ring” has the potential to be their finest yet.

The collaboration between Hidetaka Miyazaki and George R. R. Martin is unmatched in gaming, and we know it’ll have some incredible narrative to go along with its action-packed gameplay. People will be utterly engrossed by “Elden Ring” in February and March, and there is no question that it will be one of the finest games of the year.

“Ragnarök, God of War” #2 (2022)

Historically, it was thought that the Norse “God of War” games would be a trilogy, but that isn’t the case; “Ragnarök” will wrap up the plot, making it even more anticipated. We know the game will take place during Fimbulwinter, which in Norse mythology builds up to Ragnarök, the end of the Norse pantheon as predicted.

But it remains to be seen if Kratos and Atreus are successful in avoiding Ragnarök, if that is even possible. Freja will also make an appearance in some way, and we’ll finally get to face off against Thor himself. It’s unclear when it’ll be released in 2022, but it’ll be on the PS4 like “Horizon.”

“The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2” #1 (2022)

We still don’t have a title for this game, let alone a firm release date, but it will have been five years since “Breath of the Wild” was released, and we’re eager to see the series continue in this path. Details are still scarce, but we do know that it will be a direct sequel to the last game and that it will be set in Hyrule once more.

From the remake of “A Link to the Past” to “Skyward Sword HD,” we’ve got plenty of recent “Zelda” releases to keep us occupied.