Biggest Games Releases In December 2021 (PS5, Xbox, PC)

As December approaches, it’s time to make a monthly round-up of the biggest games coming to PS5, Xbox, PC in the last month of 2021. From blockbusters like Halo Infinite to the comeback of old phenomenal Among us, this list will bring the best titles for you. 

Anvil: Vault Breakers

Platforms: Xbox Series X and Series S, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One

Release date: Dec 2, 2021

ANVIL is a multiplayer co-op top-down sci-fi roguelike action shooter where you control characters called Vault Breakers to explore various galaxies that are crawling with monsters. Find relics inside Vaults to increase Breaker’s ability to survive and fight on this godforsaken galaxy.

Solar Ash

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 5

Release date: Dec 2, 2021

Control a voidrunner called Rei as she jumps and glides around within the surprisingly scenic interior of a black hole. That’s the elevator pitch of Heart Machine’s new game, the studio’s first since 2016’s pixel-perfect Zelda-style RPG Hyper Light Drifter.

For Rei, there’s a lot at stake here as she attempts to save her homeworld from being swallowed by the massive void, but the player gets a light and breezy experience that’s focused on flowing movement. Think Sonic meets the Large Hadron Collider.

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Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One

Release date: Dec 2, 2021

The distant future. An endless war rages throughout space, all factions locked in devastating conflict. Every remaining landscape is a battleground. The only sounds to be heard are that of plasma sizzle, artillery thuds and death rattles. Happy holidays everyone!

The Warhammer 40,000 universe may not lend itself quite as well to the season as egg nog or Elf, but new turn-based strategy Battlesector rampages into December with an uncaring gaze, bringing a fresh spin on the combat system that’s all about momentum. Tyranid forces earn it by getting kills, Space Marines by being in the thick of the fight. It’s going to get bloody.

Happy’s Humble Burger Farm

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and Series S, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 5

Release date: Dec 3, 2021

Cooking simulator combined with survival horror? What’s a weirdo? But sound interesting, right?

Serve customers and maintain the Happy’s Humble Burger Farm restaurant alone on the overnight. But be careful; things fall apart if you mess up! After work, head home and keep your eyes open for a way to escape the Barnyard Buds and their fast food fever-dream.

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Chorus

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and Series S, Google Stadia, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 5, Xbox One

Release date: Dec 3, 2021

We’d probably all have at least a quick go at the helm of a sentient spaceship given half a chance, and Chorus tempts us with exactly that proposition.

Prodigious fighter pilot Nara teams up with the aforementioned vessel, Forsaken, in the unofficial Knight Rider reboot we’ve all been waiting for. Together they’ll unlock more power and abilities by navigating cosmic mazes and solving the puzzles within, then letting rip on the forces of evil waiting out there in deep space.

Danganronpa Decadence

Platforms: Nintendo Switch

Release date: Dec 3, 2021

If Squid Game gave you an appetite for watching people forced into mortal combat that has yet to be satiated, do we ever have good news for you – Danganronpa Decadence is nearly here.

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Predating the Netflix smash by many years, Spike Chunsoft’s visual novels throw elements of adventure and dating sim into a story about teenagers forced into murdering each other by a perpetually winking bear, and you can discover exactly how unsettling that formula is in practice on Switch this month. This Decadence release bundles together the first three titles in updated Anniversary Edition form, and is 1% as cheerful as its screenshots suggest.

Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition

Platforms: Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch

Release date: Dec 3, 2021

A life sim, but a magical one. Disney Magical World 2 first appeared on 3DS in 2016 in the US, offering a kind of Animal Crossing facsimile with Mickey Mouse ears and soaring melodies, dazzling outfits and the day-to-day running of your very own cafe.

The license is the big pull here, but there’s also the inherent rosy-cheeked bonhomie of it all, which isn’t to be sniffed at when it gets dark at four in the afternoon. It’s the happiest place on Switch.

Icarus

Platforms: PC

Release date: Dec 4, 2021

The Icarus is a completely new take on the crafting survival genre. The Dean Hall of the DayZ fame with Rocketwerkz world is behind this game. In this season-based PVE game, there will be up to 8 players with players which will drop pop into an alien wilderness. In this game, players will have to survive long enough to mine exotic matters and after that, they will have to return into orbit within the given deadline, or else they will be left in the alien wilderness forever.

SpellForce 3 Reforced

Platforms: PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PS4, PS5

Release date: Dec 7, 2021

It’s not easy to get RPG and RTS elements playing off of each other nicely in the same game. They both love a good leafy landscape and a dragon, yes, but it takes a deft hand like Spellforce 3’s to marry the storytelling and characterization of one with the unit balance and resource hoarding of the other.

This new Reforced Edition of the 2017 genre mashup brings improvements across the board, including tweaks to its skill trees and unit balancing, but also gives the old stalwart a lick of pixelated paint so it’s dressed appropriately for 2021.

Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker

Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Microsoft Windows, macOS

Release date: Dec 7, 2021

Over a decade since Final Fantasy first ventured into MMO territory, XIV is still expanding. Its latest chapter, Endwalker, brings the Sage and Reaper jobs, a new race in the form of male Viera and several sprawling new spaces: Labyrinthos, Thavnair, Garlemald, and Mare Lamentorum. Thank goodness travel isn’t voice-activated.

Veteran players will be overjoyed to hear their grinding can recommence with the advent of a level cap raise from 80 to 90 and a new raid called ​​Pandæmonium to flex those max level muscles in. And, this being an MMO, far more besides that we could ever detail here.

Life is Strange: True Colors

Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Series S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows, Google Stadia

Release date: Dec 7, 2021

It’s bad news, Cyndi Lauper fans. Life is Strange’s new installment follows Alex Chen, a superpowered empath who can take others’ emotions and flip them. It has absolutely nothing to do with the eighties songstress’ 1986 hit, and everything to do with uncovering the mystery behind the death of Alex’s brother, Gabe. On balance, that probably makes for a better premise for a videogame.

Life is Strange is a grown-up humanist take on adventure gaming whose earlier hella cringe dialogue has been ironed out, and whose soundtracks remain catnip for Pitchfork readers.

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White shadows

Platforms: PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S

Release date: Dec 7, 2021

This game is rendered in a black-and-white color scheme. The white shadows are developed by head-up games and it is published by thunderful publishing. A game is situated in a bizarre world of sci-fi and industrial age stem punk elements with puzzle platformer. Players will have to escape from a big city that is ruled by wolves and its deadly traps. Players will be playing the role of a little Ravengirl.

Halo Infinite

Platforms: Xbox Series X and Series S, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows

Release date: Dec 8, 2021

Ever since the launch of Halo Infinite, it has been the most appreciated gaming title of recent times. This legendary gaming series is coming back with the master chief as its main protagonist. In this game, players will experience the epic adventure along with exploring the massive scale of the Halo ring. The free-to-play multiplayer of Halo infinite was launched on 15th November and the core gameplay of Halo infinite has been praised globally.

KEO

Platforms: PC

Release date: Dec 9, 2021

In games journalism school they teach you not to describe a game by likening it to a hybrid of two others, but sometimes you’ve just got to call a spade and Rocket League Borderlands – aka KEO – is just such an instance.

The world is nothing but deserts and boost pads, the only signs of life remaining are weaponized buggies, and yet we can’t help but crack a grin at the prospect of team-based vehicular deathmatch.

Among Us

Platforms: Xbox, PlayStation

Release date: Dec 14, 2021

Innersloth has been promising for months that it will bring Among Us to Xbox and PlayStation sometime this year. Sure enough, the Mafia-style social deduction game is coming to PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S on December 14th.

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Just like on PC, Among Us will be included with Xbox Game Pass on consoles. Those on PlayStation, meanwhile, will get an exclusive Ratchet & Clank cosmetic at a later date. Among Us has crossplay support, so you’ll be able to play with friends across PC, Nintendo Switch and mobile.

The gunk

Platforms: Xbox

Release date: Dec 16, 2021

This game is developed by image and form and it is published by thunderful games. The gunk is a 3rd person’s story-driven game that is situated in a big and exotic world where the mysterious black gunk has taken over the nature of the forgotten planet. To restore the harmony of nature, the main 2 characters of the game, Rani and Becks will be solving the puzzles and will kill the enemies.

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