Future Games Show highlighted the day with an hour long showcase of trailers. The event, put on by GamesRadar+, featured world premieres, updates, and insights into various indie titles. The announcements far exceed the amount we are featuring, but here are five of our favorite announcements from the showcase with its trailer.
Best Future Games Show Announcements
5. Turbo Golf Racing
Cars and soccer became a hit with Rocket League. So why not cars and golf? Hugecalf Studios revealed Turbo Golf Racing will launch into early access on August 4. It will also be coming to Xbox Game Pass. Those not wanting to wait to dive in can play in the beta going on right now on Steam and Xbox until June 20.
4. The Entropy Centre
This first-person adventure game quickly caught my attention in the opening seconds of the trailer. The Entropy Centre sees players solve puzzles using the powers of their gun that also serves as a talking companion. The trailer points to the fate of Earth resting on your shoulders and it definitely looks like time is not on your side. It releases for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, and Steam sometime this year.
Never would you believe guns to be in the world of Pokemon. Well, that’s why they are in Palworld instead. This monster collecting game sees the player crafting and training these mysterious, but adorable, creatures in order to survive. While I’m still not sure how I feel about the gun inclusion, there’s no denying how lovely the world and creatures look. We don’t need to wait much longer to experience what’s in store for us. It releases sometime this year on PC.
2. Enemy of the State
You will need to wait awhile to get your hands on Enemy of the State. Movie Games revealed a cinematic trailer and a teeny bit of gameplay for this tactical mob title. There’s no shortage of mob games out to satiate your appetite if you cannot wait until it releases for PC and consoles in mid-2024.
1. The Last Faith
Who doesn’t love a Metroidvania Soulsborne hybrid? The Last Faith has been on our radar for quite awhile. The gameplay continues to impress and the animations are top notch. While a definitive release date is still out of reach, we do know this title will launch for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, Switch, and PC sometime this year.
Be sure to check out Gamesradar’s full recap of the showcase to see all the other announcements. Also, head to Steam and find demos for various games included this year. We look forward to the next Future Games Show which will be held this Fall.