Published on January 7, 2016 By Island Dog In PC Gaming

We have a good post going about what games you played in 2015, so lets continue and find out what games you are looking forward to in 2016. While it's still early in the year, I have just a few I'm looking to grab.

Hitman - I've been a fan of the series for a while, and although I'm not sure about their release method, I have already pre-ordered.

Ashes of the Singularity - I mentioned this in the other thread as I've enjoyed it even in Early Access, and I'm excited for the release.

Battlefield 5 - I'm a big BF fan and look forward to the next version. Not sure if this will be a 2016 title though.



Comments (Page 2)
on Jan 11, 2016



An expansion on Gal Civ III

on Jan 24, 2016

XCom 2 for sure. Pre-ordering the full thing any day now. Just in love with Dystopian Sci-Fi settings!



on Jan 25, 2016

Is MOO4 coming out this year?


Cautiously optimistic, but ... certainly the last attempt was unworthy to carry the series name for me.

on Jan 26, 2016

MoO4? I guess you mean the reboot?

on Jan 27, 2016

Unfortunately I can't buy much in 2016 (paying off a guitar--the same reason I don't play many games). But if Civ 6 comes out I'll be tempted, though I would probably have to buy a new PC to run it.

on Jan 27, 2016

Nothing really has peaked my interest to be honest. Too involved with GC3 and DCS. Though having said that, I did really enjoy the remake of XCOM with EU and thought I'd like the sequel that is due out soon. Haven't really paid much attention to details about the game until just the other day. It's now official, I'm looking forward to XCOM2!

on Jan 27, 2016

hitman and deus ex are my main ones..i already own ashes.

on Feb 04, 2016


Quoting Campaigner,


Total War: Warhammer


That's all I can think about.

Stellaris mister, Stellaris


It's 4x. I don't like GalCiv II. Is Stellaris like it?   (In that you research, build and being quite dull).

on Feb 05, 2016


Tom Clancy's The Division

Homfront: The Revolution

Mass Effect Andromeda

Mirror's Edge Catalyst 

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided 

Oh man.....there are so many more, but that's what I can think of right now. 


on Feb 07, 2016

Crowfall (here's IGN Wiki for quick intro) and Camelot Unchained (also, IGN "intro"). Honorable mentions - maybe Shards Online, Revival, Worlds Adrift, Gloria Victis!?

on Feb 26, 2016


on Feb 26, 2016

I am definitely looking forward to Star Citizen, ARK: Survival Evolved, Subnautica, and Empyrion - Galactic Survival.

Star Citizen looks all set to be one of the greatest things ever made, the only problem is getting a computer capable of handling it.

ARK: Survival Evolved has a great premise, but there are so many grindy gameplay mechanics due to the emphasis on tribe based PvP, I am worried it won't live up to its potential and be a viable singleplayer experience.

Subnautica isn't just going be a game, but an underwater exploration, construction, and survival experience.

Empyrion - Galactic Survival is all set to be Space Engineers done right the first time.

There is also a backlog of stuff I am interested in, including StarCraft II, Diablo III, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, Destiny, and plenty of stuff on the PS3.

on Feb 26, 2016

Squadron 42/Star Citizen and No Man's sky at current.  But good luck in seeing SC this year.  Guessing Squadron 42 by Christmas.

Ashes of the Singularity? I'm divided.  I never liked Total Annihilation or Supreme Commander.  Just to big of a scope of a RTS for me to really enjoy.  Favorite RTS's for me are still Ground Control/World in Conflict/Homeworld. Like my squads more than my Army.

MOO will be up there, if its 2016.

on Mar 01, 2016

@Primal_Savage no, I'm just regular backer. They're not doing much talking at all about the closed beta or development, it's been dead silent since their last gameplay video I think. Hopefully the EA is right around the corner, and those of us who just paid for the final product will get in on that.

on Mar 02, 2016
After the half-assed wreck that Rome II Total War is I will not be buying Warhammer Total War on release and amy not buy it at all, depending on reviews by players- not critics - the critics and computer game magazines are full of shit and painted Rome II as wonderful. They didn't even make a new game engine, just used the Empire Total War one which can't put units in proper formation in battle and can't handle using rams and ladders on walls in assualts on walled cities. That means it can't be fixed by patches, because the engine was never designed for the game.