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Game Releases To Look Out For This Year - Mobile

Game Releases To Look Out For This Year - Mobile

GTA the definitive trilogy: for Mobile - March 31st 2023

Given the massive global success of Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas, this is very exciting news indeed. At the time of their release, they stunned the industry. The gameplay, incredible tales, underlying societal concerns, and more make them impressive even now. As a result, it's easy to imagine that there would be an appetite for these remastered editions on the consumer market.

The Grand Theft Auto trilogy has been the subject of much speculation over a possible migration to mobile devices, and there have been many reports of such adaptations being planned. Rockstar Games is currently developing Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, three of the most popular games of all time. Considering the actions taken by Rockstar themselves, it's difficult to discount these rumours. If these rumours are true, we should get confirmation soon.

It is unclear if these games would be free to play like the original versions or if they would cost money to download like the commercial versions. However, I think a lot of gamers won't mind shelling out a little extra for the remastered versions of the titles that once ruled the gaming world and the hearts of players.

 Assassin’s Creed Jade- Late 2023 or Early 2024

Ubisoft has unveiled a new Assassin's Creed game, Assassin's Creed Codename Jade, which will take place in ancient China. It's set in an open world like "classic" Assassin's Creed games, and it's available on mobile devices rather than consoles.

Assassin's Creed Showcase revealed a new mobile game codenamed Jade, which plays like a regular Assassin's Creed game but with touch controls. Marc-Alexis Côté, Assassin's Creed's vice president and executive producer, has claimed that players would be able to explore China in 215 BCE, parkour across the Great Wall of China, and, for the first time in the series, design their own assassin protagonist.

Although no actual gameplay was demonstrated, an in-engine trailer gave us a good peek at what to expect from Codename Jade.  In fact, it doesn’t look too far off a last-generation Assassin’s Creed game.

So sit back and relax and enjoy some Assassin level parkour

No. Not that

Yea. That’s more like it.

Valorant Mobile- November 2023 (Speculated)

The highly popular first-person shooter by Riot Games will soon be available on mobile devices, the company has confirmed. With over 14 million players already having fun with the game on PC, the demand for VALORANT Mobile was bound to be sky high.

In case you haven't heard of it, it's a futuristic 5v5 multiplayer first-person shooter. Agents are available for players to choose from, and each one has their own set of traits or abilities.

Many players have been waiting months for Riot Games to confirm that Valorant will be available on mobile devices, and the time has now come for the developer to do so. It is unknown how the mobile version will differ from the PC version, or when it will be available on mobile platforms.

It is reasonable to assume that Valorant will follow the lead of games like Fortnite and, more recently, Apex Legends, which have proved that it is possible to preserve most of the existing feel of the PC game on a mobile phone.

Battlefield Mobile- April 2023

As technology advances, mobile games are now capable of providing gamers with truly epic combat across expansive battlefields. The Battlefield franchise finally makes its way to mobile devices with this game. Given the developer's track record as an industry leader, we're looking forward to it.

You and your squad will fight on both brand-new maps and familiar game modes. Unlocking new weapons and skins for it takes time. In addition to foot soldiers, the conflicts will also feature various vehicles ranging from all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) to tanks.

The mayhem and fun that players have come to expect from Battlefield will be incorporated into the game. The interactive graphics and the ability to destroy structures on the maps will make this possible.

Battlefield Mobile was revealed last year and is set to be released this year.

Call of Duty: Project Aurora / Call of Duty: Warzone- Mid 2023

The mobile version of Call of Duty has been out for a while and has seen enormous success. The stakes are so high that there are even tournaments and world championships devoted to it. It's no surprise that Activision would translate their massive smash battle royale game Warzone to mobile devices. Battle Royale games like Fortnite and PUBG have demonstrated that they can be successful on mobile devices, and Call of Duty: Mobile already offers a BR mode modelled on Blackout from Black Ops 4.

Already in March, a call for developers to assist bring Warzone to smartphones was made via a brief blog post.

Warzone Mobile was formerly known as "Project Aurora." Even though it had long been known that Warzone Mobile was the mobile offshoot of Warzone, the official name for the game up until the huge Call of Duty Next event was Project Aurora.

Sadly, we have not yet received a more specific release date for Warzone Mobile, but it is expected to be somewhere in 2023. In any event, players can already pre-register for Warzone Mobile on Google Play, so we can anticipate its arrival in the first half of 2023.

Rainbow Six Siege Mobile- March/April 2023

There is still a lot of mystery about Rainbow Six Siege Mobile, the closed beta is out since september but there’s been a lot of rumours on when the full launch will hit the public.

Nonetheless, the game's creators have since clarified that, like the PC version, Rainbow Six Mobile would have both attackers and defenders. However, it is not meant to substitute for the PC edition. Instead, it's a means to receive a taste of what players crave in shorter increments.

The mobile version of Rainbow Six Siege contains the same fast-paced 5v5 rounds and full set of features, including destructible environments, as the PC and console editions. Also, you have complete control over the appearance of your characters, which is a nice touch before going into war.

"While the core gameplay, characters, and maps may share similarities with Siege, we’ve rebuilt everything from the ground up with mobile usability in mind. We have put a lot of work under the hood to adapt the Siege experience for mobile devices. This includes an entirely new gameplay control system developed specifically for mobile and extensive optimization of the UI and in-game visual presentation," developers said.

You can pre-register as the game is in its beta testing phase.

Mobile games, while they were looked down upon and seen as inferior, have become a source of prime time entertainment and show of skill, on par if not competing with the PC sector. This can be seen as there are so many investments and eyes on the mobile gaming scene, especially in India. It has become a beast of its own. We’re glad that games be it, mobile or otherwise, are getting their due recognition and respect and hope to see many more game releases each year.

So GG’s to all the Gamers and Keep Playing !!