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As soon as the year 2019 started a great many expectations took the hype bar to a whole new level. Fans all around the world are now entangled in the curiosity in regards to what new games are going to roll out. The month of February as you might already know brought some of the best games that have been awaited for a long time. Games like God Eater 3, Crackdown 3, Metro Exodus, Far Cry: New Dawn and Anthem are some of the best things that happened in February. Following that March was also a steady month in terms of game releases bringing to us games like, Dead or Alive 6, Left Alive, Devil May Cry 5, The Division 2 & Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice among other games. However, March is long gone and this is April and you would happy to know that this month also has some best upcoming video games in line for the release.

Some of the anticipated video games have been listed below for you to check out.

Best Upcoming Video Games For April 2019

Mortal Kombat 11 – April 23

First up we have Mortal Kombat 11 which as you may already be aware off, is a fighting video game developed by NetherRealm Studios and being published by Warner Bros. It is the eleventh main installment in the much loved Mortal Kombat series. Among so many new and improved elements will be the improved and enhanced gameplay for the fans. With that being said the game is slated to release on April 23 across, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4 & PC.

Days Gone (PS4) – April 26

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Next up we have the PS4 exclusive by SIE Bend Studio, Days Gone, which perhaps require little introduction as it already has quite a lot of reputation even before its release. Days Gone is an action-adventure survival horror video game that has set high aspirations for the fans of post-apocalyptic open world settings. Quite a lot of information along with the trailers have been released officially about the game which only seems to add to the hype.

Super Meat Boy Forever – April TBC

This here is definitely among the best upcoming video games not because it is grand if anything else it is perhaps the smallest game in terms of scale rather its persistence to make its mark in the gaming industry is what is appreciatable. Super Meat Boy Forever is an independent video game by Team Meat that is scheduled to release across Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game was originally planned for mobile, however, it has slowly been developed into a full-fledged sequel featuring game for high powered platforms. At the moment no official date has been revealed but it is slated to roll out sometime in April.

Dauntless – April TBC

Is among the free to play games that will be made available this month. It is an action role-playing video game in development by Phoenix Labs. Initially, the game hit open beta back in May of 2018 and which is still is available for Windows. So if you wish to make up your mind about this one, you can give that a try. Having said that no specific release date for this game has been declared so far but it is slated to release sometime this month, across, PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.

Super Crate Box – April TBC

If you are a fan of Indie games then be sure to check this one out this month for Super Crate Box is a shoot ’em up indie game being developed by Vlambeer. Initially, the game released all the way back in 2010 for Microsoft Windows, followed by ports to OS X then it rolled out for iOS PlayStation Vita. So now you might guess what comes next? Super Crate Box is slated to release across Nintendo Switch this April. The actual release date has not yet been declared.

With all that said, these are some of the best upcoming games slated to release in the month of April.

Best Upcoming Video Games For April 2019
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Ivan Bhan

I have a lot of love for Movies especially science fiction however nothing beats the fun of sitting behind a screen and playing some hard core FPS games. Apart from them i am a major lover of Assassins Creed titles especially Brotherhood, The Witcher and God Of War. Huge fan of animation director Hayo Mayazaki.