We've already seen some of the best game releases ever in 2017, including Horizon Zero Dawn and Zelda for the all-new Nintendo Switch. But there's still plenty to come in 2017 and we can't wait.

Lots of great-looking PS4 and Xbox One games are coming, as well as some PC and Nintendo gems. In order of release date, these are the games we're most excited about for 2017 and beyond.

Dominic Preston and Lewis Painter also contributed to this article.

Everything you need to know about Amazon Prime Day

Splatoon 2

Release date: 21 July 2017
Available to pre-order now from: Amazon, Game
Platforms: Switch

The original Splatoon was a brilliant game, hamstrung only by appearing on the Wii U, and thus limited to a pretty small player base. Splatoon 2 should offer more of the same, with a few welcome extras, and hopefully draw more attention by appearing on the Switch.

As before, Splatoon 2 is a multiplayer arena shooter where your weapon is paint, which you use both to hurt your opponents and coat the arena in your team's colour, which both lets you move around more quickly and contributes to your score.

There are loads of weapons and unlockable outfits, a brilliant soundtrack, a singleplayer campaign, and a new co-op multiplayer mode, which is the biggest addition from the original.

Read more in our Splatoon 2 news round-up.


Release date: 2 August 2017
Platforms: Xbox One, PC, Mac, Linux

The next game from Fullbright, developers of Gone Home (one of the smartest indie titles of the last few years) looks to expand on the 'walking simulator' format in a rich sci-fi setting.

We tried out a demo of the game, which saw us explore space station corridors in zero-gravity while replaying holographic recordings of past events. You can pause, rewind, and fast-forward the recordings, moving among them to explore from different angles and hunt down clues to help you progress.

If it's anything like Gone Home, expect Tacoma to be thoughtful, intelligent, and emotionally impactful. We can't wait.

Read more in our Tacoma news round-up.

Agents of Mayhem

Release date: 15 August 2017
Available to pre-order now from Amazon.
Platforms: Xbox One, PS4 and PC

Saints Row developer Violition Studios has announced that it is working on a new game called Agents of Mayhem. The game's three 'heroes' use their unique skills to take on the bad guys in an open-world landscape filled with plenty of action.

Find out more about Agents of Mayhem and watch the trailer by clicking here.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

Release date: 23 August 2017
Pre-order from: Amazon

Platforms: PS4

This is a bit of a funny one, because we're not entirely sure if it should count as a full game. Still, Uncharted 4 was one of the best titles out in 2016, and the idea of more from the same world is enough to get us excited no matter what.

Lost Legacy leaves Nathan Drake behind to follow Chloe instead, in a stand-alone game (you won't need Uncharted 4 to play it) that's somewhere between DLC and a full title.

Find out more in our Uncharted: The Lost Legacy news and rumours round-up.

F1 2017

Release date: 25 August 2017
Pre-order from: Amazon
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Look, it's a new F1 game. You basically know what to expect: very fast cars driving round tracks. Quickly.

You can look forward to obsessively detailed cars, licensed recreations of big name drivers and tracks, and an assortment of multiplayer and single-player game modes, including an expansive Career Mode and a new mode called Championships.

Find out more about F1 2017 here.

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle

Release date: 29 August 2017
Pre-order from Amazon
Platforms: Switch

We were... sceptical... about the rumoured Mario and Rabbids crossover game back when it first leaked, but the official E3 reveal was enough to pretty quickly convince us otherwise.

Rather than a cheap cash-in, this looks like a labour of love, pairing the best of the Mushroom Kingdom with the Rabbids' slapstick sensibility, and mixing them both with the tactical combat of XCOM.

Battle tactics may not be an obvious fit for the moustachioed plumber, but we can't wait to see how it all comes together. Could this be a surprise Switch smash?

Find out more in our Mario + Rabbids news round-up.

Life Is Strange: Before the Storm

Release date: 31 August 2017
Pre-order from PlayStation, Xbox, Green Man Gaming
latforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Before the Storm is the surprise three-part prequel mini-series to 2015's Life Is Strange, following the story of Chloe a few years before the original game.

With original developers Dontnod hard at work on a sequel, this spin-off falls to a different studio, Deck Nine, but we're still hoping it delivers on the first game's promise, and resists the urge to over-explain backstory that it doesn't need to.

Find out more about what to expect in our round-up of news about Before the Storm.

Destiny 2

Release date: 8 September 2017
Available to pre-order from GAME
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Bungie officially announced the sequel to its hit MMOFPS Destiny in March 2017. The game will have a “great cast of memorable, relatable characters” as well as a “cinematic storyline,” and is set to be more accessible for players who want a "more casual first-person experience.” 

The original Destiny has improved dramatically with expansions after a rocky start, so hopefully developer Bungie can build on that to produce a truly great sequel.

Find out about the latest Destiny 2 news.

Metroid: Samus Returns

Release date: 15 September 2017
Available to pre-order from Amazon
Platforms: 3DS

One of Nintendo's biggest surprises from E3 2017 was the announcement of Metroid: Samus Returns, a 3DS remake of the original GameBoy classic Metroid II: Return of Samus.

This is a pretty comprehensive remake, with totally new graphics and design work, and a few gameplay tweaks too, such as a new melee counter move.

The side-scrolling Metroid games have always been among Nintendo's finest, so we are pretty damn excited to get to play a new (if sort of old) one.

Read more about Metroid: Samus Returns here.

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

Release date: 19 September 2017
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

It's been five years since they last clashed, but Marvel and Capcom's finest are at it again in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. The 2v2 fighter pits superheroes up against videogame legends, and will see them join forces in a new cinematic Story Mode.

This game has also thrown Marvel's Infinity Stones into the mix as a new power-up mechanic to help encourage comebacks and more tactical play.

Watch the game's trailers and find out more here.

Project Cars 2

Release date: 22 September 2017
Available to pre-order from: Amazon, Game
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

The follow-up to 2015's surprise racing game hit, Project Cars 2 promised much of the same, except bigger, faster, and shinier. The announcement promised 170+ cars and 60+ tracks, including some newly scanned from real-world courses.

Other new features include dynamic weather and online competitive leagues, but the real draw is the new support of both VR and 12K output - though good luck building a PC beefy enough to output 4K to three monitors at once.

Find out more about the game in our Project Cars 2 news round-up.

Pokken Tournament DX

Release date: 22 September 2017
Pre-order from Amazon
Platforms: Switch

Pokemon meets Tekken in this re-release of the arcade and Wii U title from a few years ago, now heading to Switch with a few new features.

The gameplay here is essentially Tekken with Pokemon as fighters, and the Switch release will include a few new characters (including some from Sun & Moon) in addition to portable multiplayer to make the most of the Switch.

Find out more in our Pokken Tournament DX round-up.

Total War: Warhammer 2

Release date: 28 September 2017
Available to pre-order from Amazon
Platforms: PC

Total War: Warhammer 2 was announced in March, and will be set in the original Warhammer fantasy setting, unlike Dawn of War 3 which was set in the sci-fi world of Warhammer 40,000.

It's a turn-based overworld strategy game with giant battles, and a campaign building towards total world domination.

Find out more about Total War: Warhammer 2 here.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War

Release date: 10 October 2017
Available to pre-order now from: Amazon, Game
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

The 2014 hit Shadow of Mordor is getting a sequel later this year that promises to be bigger, better, and broodier. Like the first game, it's set in between The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, and will see you tasked with sneaking around Sauron's armies picking fights and spreading dissent, with the ultimate goal of turning his own forces against him.

Expect a big expansion to the first game's Nemesis system, with the new Followers and Nemesis Fortresses to make every playthrough even more personalised than before.

Keep up to date with Shadow of War in our rumour round-up here.

The Evil Within 2

Release date: 13 October 2017
Available to pre-order from: Amazon
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

The Evil Within was a welcome return to survival horror from original Resident Evil director Shinji Mikami, and luckily he's sticking around for a sequel.

Fittingly enough, it's coming out on Friday the 13th, and will follow Detective Sebastian Castellanos as he explores the slightly demonic town of Unity on a quest to bring back his daughter Lily, who just so happens to be a little bit dead. Not sure how that'll work out then.

Expect creepy creatures, shadowy stealth, and lots and lots of gore. Find out more about The Evil Within 2 here.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole

Release date: 17 October 2017
Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, PC
Pre-order from: Amazon, GAME

The multi-part follow up to 2014's South Park: The Stick of Truth turns away from the fantasy theme and has the kids playing superheroes. It's set to arrive some time Ubisoft's 2018 fiscal year, which runs from April 2017 to March 2018, after several delays.

You'll play as 'The New Kid,' who is trying to become part of the kids' superhero gang.

Super Mario Odyssey

Release date: 27 October 2017
Available to pre-order from: Amazon, Game
Platforms: Nintendo Switch

Nintendo has announced that it is bringing a new Super Mario game to its new Switch console later this year. It's set to be a massive 3D platformer in the vein of Super Mario 64 and ventures into new territory for Mario games: a realistic(ish) take on New York City.

You can find out more in our Super Mario Odyssey release date, price & features article.

Assassin's Creed: Origins

Release date: 27 October 2017
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One and PC

The newly announced Assassin's Creed: Origins will be set in ancient Egypt, and should enhance the series' open world and procedural elements even more than ever before, which sounds pretty good to us.

Oh, and Eagle Vision has been replaced with an actual eagle. Of course. 

Find out more in our round-up of rumours about the game.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Release date: 27 October 2017
Pre-order from: Amazon, Game
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Nazis have taken over America, and it's your job to stop them.

This sequel to the surprisingly successful Wolfenstein: The New Order moves from Europe to the US of A, but continues the alt-history story where the Nazis managed to win the Second World War.

You'll visit Roswell, New Orleans, and Manhattan as you fight the Axis powers across America. Find out more in our Wolfenstein II news round-up.

Fallout 4 VR

Release date: October 2017
Pre-order from Amazon
Platforms: HTC Vive

The first of Bethesda's series of ports of major games into VR is Fallout 4, which arrives in October as an HTC Vive exclusive.

The entirety of the original Fallout 4 will be included, albeit tweaked to best suit the VR format, giving you the chance to explore the immersive post-apocalyptic world up close and personal.

Find out more about Fallout 4 VR.

Call of Duty WW2

Release date: 3 November 2017
Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One
Pre-order from: Amazon, GAME, Zavvi

One of the biggest games of the year will without-doubt be Call of Duty WW2, which looks set to take the series back to its roots with gritty, intense gunplay and a completely rethought multiplayer experience.

Find out more about Call of Duty WW2 here.

Crackdown 3

Release date: 7 November 2017
Available to pre-order from Amazon
Platforms: Xbox One

Unveiled at Gamescom 2015, Crackdown 3 is set to be one of the most exciting games on the horizon, showcasing some truly amazing technical advancements that make it stand out from the crowd. Intrigued? You should be.

Unfortunately, E3 2016 revealed that Crackdown 3 has been delayed until 2017, so we'll have to wait a while longer before we can play it for ourselves.

Find out more in our Crackdown 3 round-up here.

Need for Speed: Payback

Release date: 10 November 2017
Available to pre-order from Amazon
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

The latest Need for Speed is an open world game that seems to have taken liberal inspiration from the Fast & Furious films, with missions that involve heists, stunts, and generally a lot more than just driving.

There are races too though, along with customisable cars, multiple playable characters, and an offline single-player mode (unlike the last Need for Speed).

Read more in our Need for Speed: Payback news round-up.

Battlefront 2

Release date: 17 November 2017
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC
Pre-order from: Amazon

Battlefront is back and bigger than ever, for the first time including settings and characters from all three of the Star Wars movie eras, including the upcoming Episode VIII. 

There'll also be a new single-player campaign, which will see players step into the shoes of an Imperial agent reeling from the destruction of the Death Star and death of the Emperor, meaning you might actually be one of the baddies.

Find out everything we know so far in our Battlefront 2 news round-up.


Release date: November 2017
Available to pre-order from Amazon
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

How do you follow up a thoughtful teen drama like Life Is Strange? If you're developers Dontnod, with a moody gothic vampire RPG. Makes sense.

Vampyr is set in London during the 1918 flu epidemic, and the action RPG sees you play as a doctor recently turned into a vampire, caught between the conflicting desires to both save and take lives.

As you work through the game you'll have to feed on people to survive, and will have to decide for yourself who your prey will be. Will you limit yourself to only villainous sorts, or will desperation drive you to target the innocent too?

Find out more in our Vampyr news round-up.

Skyrim VR

Release date: November 2017
Pre-order from Amazon
Platforms: PS VR

Sure, Skyrim came out six years ago - it's hardly a new release. But what about Skyrim in virtual reality?

Coming exclusively to PlayStation VR later this year, Skyrim VR will give you the chance to go back into the expansive fantasy world in an even more immersive way.

The game will include the entirety of the original Skyrim, along with the three expansions, though it's naturally been tweaked a bit to better suit VR.

Read more about Skyrim VR.


Release date: Autumn 2017
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's surprisingly deep tactical card game, Gwent, was so well received that it is now coming out as a standalone game later this year. It's set to be free-to-play, and the public beta is available as of 24 May.

Find out more about Gwent here.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

Release date: Q4 2017
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is sort of out, and sort of not - it's an Early Access title on PC, which means you can buy a copy right now - but it's not officially out until Q4 2017, when it will also hit consoles.

The shooter is a battle royale, which sees you dropped into a deserted location with 99 other players, left to scavenge for supplies and fight it out until only one of you is left.

You can play solo or as part of a team (in which case it's last team standing), and either way it's tense, tactical, and riveting.

Read more about PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.

Quake Champions

Release date: TBC 2017
Platforms: PC

Quake, for many, is one of the most iconic games of the 90s, which meant the announcement of a revival at E3 2016 was welcomed by many. Quake Champions is set to launch over 20 years after the first Quake game hit the market back in 1996, and will offer impressive gameplay if nothing else.

There's lots more information and a trailer in our Quake Champions round-up.

Age of Empires: Definitive Edition

Release date: TBC 2017
Platforms: PC

The original Age of Empires is an undisputed PC classic, so it's pretty exciting to have a remastered version coming out just in time for the 20th anniversary.

The Definitive Edition will feature 4K assets, a re-orchestrated score, modern UI, bug fixes, and gameplay tweaks all designed to optimise the experience.

It'll also boast online multiplayer and achievements through Xbox Live, and even includes the whole Rise of Rome expansion, giving you even more content.

Find out more about the game in our Age of Empires: Definitive Edition round-up.

Sonic Forces

Release date: Q4 2017
Platforms: Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4, PC

Formerly known as Project Sonic, Sonic Forces is a brand new Sonic the Hedgehog game being developed by Sonic Team for release later this year. Available across a range of platforms, the game is set to be fast-paced and fun.

Find out more about Sonic Forces here.

The Crew 2

Release date: Early 2018
Platforms: PC, Xbox One, PS4

Ubisoft teased that driving game The Crew's sequel, The Crew 2 is in the works during its annual earnings call earlier this year. We expect to hear loads more about it during Ubisoft's E3 press conference on 12 June, so be sure to tune in to Tech Advisor for the latest news. 

You can find out more about The Crew 2 here.

Star Citizen

Release date: TBC 2018
Platforms: PC

Star Citizen managed to raise almost $100m from Kickstarter and through other crowdfunding means, which just goes to show how highly anticipated it is. It brings together solo, cooperative, FPS, third-person, open-world gameplay, space exploration and hand-to-hand combat into one shiny package that we can't wait to open.

The release date is questionable - we were told 2016 but that clearly didn't happen, and with no solid release date yet revealed it could well mean we've still got a while to wait.

Find out more about the game and its release date rumours in our Star Citizen rumour round-up.

Detroit: Become Human

Release date: 2018
Platforms: PS4

Announced during Sony's Paris Games Week in October, Detroit: Become Human is an exciting upcoming sci-fi game created by Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls developer Quantic Dream.

We love the announcement trailer for this one, which you can watch here.

Days Gone

Release date: Early 2018
Platforms: PS4

Days Gone is one of the brand-new titles announced by Sony during E3 2016. The open-world survival adventure game looks utterly terrifying, with zombie-like creatures out to eat your brains. Worse yet, they're speedy and there are thousands of them.

We don't know quite when Days Gone is coming out yet, but it'll be some time in 2018.

Find out more: Days Gone release date rumours & gameplay features

Death Stranding

Release date: TBC 2018

You might notice something familiar about the star of this new game from Hideo Kojima. That's right, The Walking Dead's own Norman Reedus has been recreated in digital form for Death Stranding, which so far has left us scratching our heads.

It was announced with a cryptic trailer that really doesn't tell us much, but the creators have said that it will be an action game "if you really want to put a genre on it."

Find out more in our round-up of all the Death Stranding rumours.

Love this list? You might also like our round-up of the most anticipated VR games.

God of War

Release date: 2018
Platforms: PS4

God of War kicked off Sony's E3 2016 conference in June, which is a sure sign that this is going to be a highly-anticipated new game. It's set to bring completely reimagined gameplay mechanics for fans of the series, with a fresh perspective.

You can watch the trailer to see for yourself how things are changing in our God of War round-up.

Metal Gear Survive

Release date: 2018
Available to pre-order from: Amazon, Game, ShopTo
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

There was a lot of concern from fans when Konami announced Metal Gear Survive, the first Metal Gear game since creator Hideo Kojima left the company to make Death Stranding.

To be fair, Survive looks like a major departure for the franchise, as a co-op action survival game, and it's understandable that fans are concerned.

On the other hand, it also looks like it could be a lot of fun, and early hands-on reports have been very positive. We're staying optimistic about this one.

Sea of Thieves

Release date: 2018
Available to pre-order now from: Amazon, Game

Platforms: Xbox One, PC

First announced at E3 2016, Sea of Thieves is an open-world pirate adventure game that's sure to shiver your timbers and all sorts of other piratical things.

It offers large-scale online co-op, so you'll be able to join up with other players to control a single ship together, will all sorts of missions, customisation, and all-round pillaging. Hopefully this will be a return to form for acclaimed developer Rare.

Find out the latest in our round-up.

Flipping Death

Release date: TBC
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC (via Steam)

Flipping Death is an upcoming game set in the small town of Flatwood Peaks, although there is a problem: Death has gone on holiday. Hey, after ushering the dead into the afterlife for thousands of years has got to be tiring, right?

Flipping Death is a 2D problem-solving side-scroller built with Unity that employs a combination of charming graphics and (frankly hilarious) characters to keep you engaged.

The main draw of the game is that you as Penny, the newly employed Grim Reaper, can explore Flatwood Peaks or “The Otherside”, a deathly mirror image of the world with some subtle differences, including monsters, ghosts and more. But as death, Penny can only explore Flatwood Peaks by possessing people that are still alive.

The puzzles revolve around character-specific abilities, with each featuring unique characteristics and personalities that’ll make you chuckle if nothing else. For example, we licked an old lady which made her follow us around infatuated. Obviously.

State of Decay 2

Release date: 2018
Available to pre-order now from: Amazon

Platforms: Xbox One, PC

This sequel to the 2013 zombie survival game is coming to Xbox One and PC through the Xbox Play Anywhere system, and is basically the closest you'll be able to get to a massive, open-world, co-op The Walking Dead game anytime soon. 

Find out more and watch the game's trailer.

Far Cry 5

Release date: 27 February 2018
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Far Cry 5 sees a big shift to the long-running franchise, for the first time taking it away from exotic locales and towards somewhere more familiar (at least in the West): rural Montana.

The bad guys this time are a right-wing Christian nationalist cult, which has already ruffled plenty of feathers in the US, but otherwise expect more of the usual Far Cry running, gunning, and exploring.

As soon as we know more, we'll add it to our news round-up.

Red Dead Redemption 2

Release date: Spring 2018
Available to pre-order now from: Game
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One

Arguably the most exciting gaming news to come out of 2016 is the announcement that Red Dead Redemption 2 is official and will be arriving on consoles early in 2018.

There's very little information to share about Red Dead 2 so far, but everything we do know can be found in our Red Dead Redemption 2 rumour round-up.

Kingdom Hearts 3

Release date: TBC
Platforms: PS4

It's been more than 11 years since Kingdom Hearts II arrived on PS2 in 2005. Since then, fans have been eagerly awaiting the next instalment, and there was a time when we were unsure whether there would be one at all.

The good news is, there definitely is going to be a Kingdom Hearts 3. The bad news is we still don't know when it's coming out.

We do, however, know that Tangled and Big Hero 6 characters will star in Kingdom Hearts 3, and we can't wait. Find out more in our Kingdom Hearts 3 rumour round-up.

Spider-Man PS4

Release date: 2018
Available to pre-order now from: Amazon
Platforms: PS4

The next Spider-Man game won't be tied directly to Marvel's new Spider-Man: Homecoming film, but it looks pretty great regardless. Or at least the cinematic trailer did, because that's all we've seen of it so far.

Still, the PS4 exclusive is being made by Insomniac Games, the creators of Ratchet & Clank and the Resistance games, so there's good reason to be optimistic.

Watch the Spider-Man PS4 trailer for yourself.

Darksiders 3

Release date: 2018
Available to pre-order now from: Steam
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

The game's publisher went bankrupt, and its developer shut down, but you just can't keep Darksiders 3 down. After THQ Nordic picked up the rights, it recruited a few of the original devs (now re-formed as Gunfire Games) to make the threequel.

This time around you're Fury, working through a ruined Earth to kill the Seven Deadly Sins. It's all as over the top as you'd expect from Darksiders, and promises to be plenty of fun.

Find out more in our Darksiders 3 news round-up.


Release date: Autumn 2018
Available to pre-order from: Amazon
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Destiny is great and all, but wouldn't it be great if we just had even more of it? How about another Destiny, made by Mass Effect devs BioWare, and featuring sci-fi exosuits?

That's Anthem, the latest attempt at a Destiny-alike, which has a similar post-apocalyptic sci-fi setting and MMO shooter combat, though adopts a third-person perspective to mix things up.

Instead of a Guardian you're a Freelancer, instead of harnessing the Light you wear a high-tech exosuit, instead of exploring beyond the limits of a walled city you... explore beyond the limits of a walled city. Huh. Either way, we can't wait.

Find out the latest Anthem news and rumours.

The Avengers Project

Release date: TBC
Platforms: TBC

This is another one that we know next to nothing about, but that hasn't stopped us from getting childishly excited about it. Square Enix and Marvel have announced a partnership that will see the publisher work on multiple games with the superhero license, including at least one starring the Avengers. Beyond that, we don't know much, and realistically we won't for a while. We do know that it's being developed by Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal, the teams responsible for the recent Tomb Raider and Deus Ex games respectively, which is a pretty good sign. 

Watch the teaser trailer and find out more in our Avengers Project rumour round-up.

The Last of Us Part II

Release date: TBC
Platforms: PS4

This one's a bit of a fudge, because right now we have no idea if The Last of Us Part II will be coming out in 2017 at all, and it could well not arrive until 2018.

But we're so excited about the prospect of revisiting Joel and Ellie that the game is making it onto this list regardless. The first game was big-budget gaming at its absolute best, pairing tense horror and action with believable, sincere character drama. 

Check out the first trailer for The Last of Us 2 right here.

Beyond Good and Evil 2

Release date: TBC
Platforms: TBC

It may look like we don't know much about Beyond Good and Evil 2, and to be honest, we don't. But there's a glossy cinematic trailer, and a select few people have gone hands-on with a tech demo, so we do know there's a game on the way.

This long-delayed sequel to the 2003 cult classic promises to be even more ambitious, with an expansive open world, multiple planets to explore, and a sprawling online player base. We can't wait.

Find out more about Beyond Good and Evil 2.

Metroid Prime 4

Release date: TBC
Platforms: Switch

Announced at E3 2017, we know next to nothing about Metroid Prime 4, except that it's coming to the Switch, and probably in 2019 or even later - though we do at least have a logo to look at.

It'll presumably pick up on the story of the original Metroid Prime trilogy, released on the Gamecube and Wii, and boasts one of the same producers - though isn't being made by original devs Retro Studios.

Check out our Metroid Prime 4 news round-up for the latest updates as we get them.