In this video, we take a look at the Top 17 Best Survival Upcoming Games in 2017 & beyond. Some of these Games also Cover the Upcoming Open World Games Like Survive the Nights, Days Gone & WiLD. Which of these you want to play? Comment your thoughts also Subscribe.
00:00 Survive the Nights (PC) TBA 2017
02:12 Raft (PC) TBA 2018
02:58 Pathologic 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One) TBA 2018
05:09 Rise of the king (PC) TBA
06:12 Ylands (PC) November 2017
07:07 Dead Matter (PC, Mac, Linux) TBA
09:06 Valnir Rok (PC) TBA
09:31 Scum (PC) Tab 2017
11:38 State of Decay 2 (PC, Xbox One) TBA 2018
13:52 Scorn (PC) TBA 2018
15:53 Frostpunk (PC) TBA 2017
16:42 The Day After (PC) TBA
17:30 Hunt: Showdown (PS4, Xbox One, PC) TBA
18:14 Days Gone (PS4) TBA 2018
20:25 WiLD (PS4) TBA
21:58 Breaking Point (PC) TBA
23:22 The Last of Us 2 - Part 2 (PS4) TBA
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pathologic 2? i have the first on CD on my top shelf on the back of it reads "Pathologic is a unique example of a dramatic game, which directly affects the player's state of mind." after reading that i never played it more than half an hour long i had a timer set to stop playing because i was afraid of what the game would choose to do with my state of mind and when i did play it for too long it got really scary and really really unnerving i am afraid i'll choose to buy the second game... after all... the nightmares always come back.
Can't we just solve the problem of third person perspective advantage by just doing the obvious? DON'T HAVE THIRD PERSON PERSPECTIVE IN THE FUCKING GAME.
It takes away from the immersion of the player, it removes the attachment to the character you gain when you embody the character in first person, and it's just not nearly as good as proper first person perspective.
Look at all the great first person games that have done things thought to be solely the domain of third person perspective games; mirror's edge, dying light, resident evil 7 and many many more have shown that first person perspective is better than third person in most games.
Even driving games are better with the camera in the car.
The only time third person is better is in more action/fighting style games and platformers. And even some of those can be done just as well in first person.
I have held off from even thinking about buying pubg, battlefront and others purely because I want to play in first person camera but I know I will be owned if I do.
just to know, can someone explain me why the last of us is show in this video?
I have the game since its release date wich is exactly the 14th of june 2013.
If you want to make an interesting video, put a little of really good and informative content in it instead of putting just a full load of bullshit on games you don't know shit about
ty for not posting any other video if you don't know the content that you want to put in it.
Well more of dayz coppies with nothing more than few new things... most of this games have poor audio animations grapgics and rest is just awfull (but not all games shown in this vid are bad ofcourse ;)
Pathologic was a clusterfuck of a game that looked like it was made 10 years ago. Good to see that Pathologic 2 is staying true to this formula.
And State of Decay 2? Hell, I will definitely not touch this game. Not after the mess the first one was, not after they've sold the game a second time; just for the same price; even for owners of the original with all DLC and with the same bloody bugs and glitches and flaws in design and story. Fuck, when I want to lose half of my playtime by catering to pesky, annoying, nagging assholes who just don't seem to realise that they are in the middle of a bloody zombie apocalypse... only to then walk straight forward into the next horde... then maybe.
The problem with online survival games, like DayZ is that you spend hours as a freshie looting and then some piece of shit hacker kills you and you have start all over again. You simply can't play any online games anymore without getting fucked by hackers, make a great SP survival game with a co-op feature instead cause online games are broken and sadly will be forever.
One reason I never enjoyed 3rd person multiplayer games, is purely that ability to look around a corner without giving yourself away, and then get gunned down before you can do anything. Its always been unfair and unbalanced. Compared to something like R6, whenever you see and enemy they can see you. Whether its leaning, lights on the camera/drone, compared with peaking round a corner with an invisible camera...
Survive the nights well definitely need some spit and polish done and the animations smoothed out but it looks like it has a lot of potential. Hopefully it doesn’t get abandoned like so many other projects.
Same with Dead Matter.
Also, Scorn looks fucking terrifying
It won't. Each time a zombie game or movie comes out, it takes-or attempts to take-a fresh turn on the genre, either by making the zombies basic (The Walking Dead,) adding stages/strains of infection (State of Decay,) or much more human-esque (The George Romero series of movies.)
Zombies, ever since their conception in both movie form and video games, have been and always will be a huge market.
On the consumer half, if you get a standard survival game (take 'The Forest,' but remove the mutants) it'll be declared "boring" and "uneventful."
Son of a diddley how many zombie games do we need? How about a survival game that is actually a survival game. Like you're a frontier homesteader or something set in the 1700's or 1800's? Really anything but zombies/cannibals/zombie cannibals.
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