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Launch imminent! The three hottest games of 2024

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The 2024 gaming line-up is jam-packed with exciting releases arriving for Xbox, Playstation, PC, and Nintendo gamers. We’ve rounded up three of the most-anticipated titles that promise to deliver the goods this year.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

Release date: Jan./Feb 2024 (PS5 | Xbox Series X/S | PC)

Rocksteady Studios, the team behind the beloved Batman: Arkham series, has been hard at work on the upcoming Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. This DC universe game sees players take control of Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang and King Shark, who begrudgingly embark on a mission to take down Superman, The Flash, and the rest of The Justice League.

Gameplay will be similar to that of the Arkham games and Gotham Knights, focusing on third-person exploration and combat. Players will, however, have the ability to switch between the various supervillains in order to use their respective special powers.

Hellblade 2: Senua’s Saga

Release date: 2024 (Xbox Series X/S | PC)

One of the best and most underappreciated games of recent years is that of Hellblade: Senua’s Saga. Now, the sequel to Ninja Theory’s stellar action-adventure title will arrive in 2024. Hellblade 2 continues Senua’s journey after losing her loved one and dealing with the mental toll and psychosis that came with it.

Now a fierce warrior, Senna will fight her way through nightmarish lands and enemies, all while battling her own internal demons. The game appears visually sublime, and if the sequel has more tricks up its sleeve like the first entry did, we’re in for a memorable time.

Star Wars: Outlaws

Release date: 2024 (PS5 | Xbox Series X/S | PC)

Ubisoft is finally utilising the Star Wars license it undoubtedly paid a ton of money for, as Star Wars: Outlaws will see its release in 2024. Developed by Massive Entertainment (The Division), the game is the first-ever open-world Star Wars game, set between the events of The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.

Players take control of outlaw scoundrel Kay Vess (portrayed by Humberly González) and her companion Nix (portrayed by Dee Bradley Baker) as they aim to pull off a massive heist. There are hints of Uncharted and other action games in there, and it looks to be a great detour from the usual Star Wars setting.

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