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Top 5 New Upcoming SPACE-themed Games for late 2021 & 2022

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Top 5 New Upcoming SPACE-themed Games for late 2021 & 2022

2022 is quickly approaching, and with it will come a slew of new video game titles to look forward to playing. With that said, now’s a good time to start marking down what video games to keep an eye on when they officially launch next year. Let us lend a hand; in this list, and in particular, we’re going over the top space-themed video games launching in late 2021 & 2022.

 

Space-based gaming has come a long way in the past few years. With explorable universes and thrilling space dog-fights, the genre has never been stronger or more ambitious than it is right now. However, with so many titles coming out, it can be hard to sift through to find the crème de la crème of space gaming.

 

 

5-) Chorus

(Initial Release Date: Late 2021)

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If you’re looking for soaring zero-G space combat, Chorus is right up your alley. The game plonks players into the flight suit of Nara, a fugitive on the run from a terrifying cult out to kill her for breaking ranks. To escape, you’ll need to rely on your hotshot pilot skills, which will see you zipping across the galaxy, weaving through debris and explosions like an even more nimble version of the Millennium Falcon.

 

 

 

4-) Kerbal Space Program 2

(Initial Release Date: 2022)

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In the first game, you’ll start on the planet Kerbin, at the Kerbal Space Center. From there, you’ll build rockets that will let you explore the Kerbol System—first visiting Kerbin’s Moon, Mun, and then venturing further out towards Duna, Dres, and the other planets and moons of the system. In Kerbal Space Program 2, though, you’ll be able to go beyond the Kerbol System thanks to interstellar travel. Star Theory is looking to the future with a plethora of speculative rocket technology that will allow you Kerbals to venture out beyond the system—ensuring there’s plenty that’s new to discover.

 

The release date for the sequel game was supposed to be launched in 2020, but the need for a reliable and polished game and the COVID-19 pandemic pushed this release back to 2022. So, both fans and critics alike will have to wait until next year to enjoy the sequel.

 

 

 

3) Aliens: Fireteam Elite

(Initial Release Date: August 24, 2021)

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The three-player cooperative survival shooter set in the Alien universe, Aliens: Fireteam Elite, will arrive August 24 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC (via Steam), Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. Aliens: Fireteam Elite is a cooperative third-person survival shooter that drops your fireteam of hardened marines into a desperate fight to contain the evolving Xenomorph threat.

 

 

 

2) Dark Moon

(Initial Release Date: 2022)

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Dark Moon is a survival strategy game where time is working against you. With the Moon’s electronics down, it is up to you to traverse the lunar soil and try to make contact with Earth while managing your crew and resources. You will never know what you will encounter along your way, thus be prepared to make crucial decisions and live with the consequences. Whatever you do – don’t go into the light!

 

As a member of the Engineering Council sent by Moon Shell, your task was to oversee the construction of a newly developed mining system on the Moon. The simple objective changed dramatically when a massive solar storm hit the Earth, destroying all electronics in its wake. Soon after, you witness the Sun’s scorching heat as the Moon’s main communication relay falls into the light. You are alone, and now everything within the Sun’s reach is gone within seconds. The light is your enemy, and the darkness is your salvation.

 

 

 

1) Starfield

(Initial Release Date: November 11, 2022)

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Starfield is an upcoming first-person role-playing single-player space-themed adventure game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. The game was formally announced during Bethesda’s E3 Press Conference in 2018. The game is described as a wholly new, next-generation first-person experience set in an entirely new space-themed world. Starfield has been fully developed using the power of next-gen technology, with Bethesda using their Creation Engine 2 to bring the game to life. In the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase at E3 2021, it was finally confirmed that Starfield would be a PC and Xbox Series X and Series S exclusive.

 

A short teaser trailer was shown with few details.

 

 

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