Technological World for January 5, games: Anticipated games of 2022, Horizon Call of the Mountain coming to PS VR2, watching Minecraft

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Lots of big games hitting our consoles this year, Sony’s new virtual reality platform is called Playstation VR2, Minecraft is one of the most watched video games on YouTube.

Most anticipated video games coming in 2022, so far

Last year was a bit of a disaster for game developers, and many games that we expected to play in 2021 were delayed to this year.

In order of expected date of release, here are the games I’m most excited about.

  • Pokemon Legends: Arceus (January 28)
  • Dying Light 2 (February 4)
  • Sifu (February 8)
  • Horizon Forbidden West (February 18)
  • Destiny 2: The Witch Queen (February 22)
  • Elden Ring (February 25)
  • Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands (March 25)
  • Forspoken (May 24)
  • Starfield (November 11)

There are two others expected this year that haven’t yet been dated:

  • God of War: Ragnarok
  • Bayonetta 3

Sony reveals name of new virtual reality system and Horizon gets the virtual reality treatment

From those lists, my desert island game is Horizon Forbidden West, and this week Playstation revealed that the franchise is going to appear on the next generation virtual reality system, which Sony has named PS VR2

Horizon Call of the Mountain is being developed by Firesprite with support from Guerrilla, the studio which created Aloy and the world of Horizon.

Here’s Jan-Bart Van Beek, a studio director at Guerrilla, to introduce the game.

PS VR2 will deliver a 4K HDR experience, will connect to the PS5 with a single cable, and has eye tracking built in. The PS VR2 Sense controllers have a six-axis motion sensing system, position tracking, and the haptic feedback and adaptive triggers that PS5 players will recognize from the DualSense controllers.

Watching Minecraft

Minecraft is not only one of the most popular games ever created. It’s also one of the most watched.

YouTube recently revealed that the game has had more than one trillion views since it first appeared on the video streaming platform in 2009.

There are more than 35,000 channels about Minecraft, with creators coming from more than 150 regions of the world, including Canadian med student, aCookieGod.


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