1 One Piece Odyssey
Released on: January 13, 2023
With One Piece, Bandai Namco is developing the most ambitious game. It’s a turn-based role-playing game where you take control of Monkey D. Luffy and The Straw Hat Pirates as they embark on an incredible journey in the broader One Piece universe. Expect One Piece Odyssey to start 2023 in a big way because it was made to celebrate the franchise’s 25th anniversary.
Released on: January 19, 2023
A new PC game from the Persona series will be released this year. The third official port after Persona 4 Golden and Persona 5 Royale is Persona 3 Portable. Of course, this is another party in the adolescent sleuths modern fantasy series and one of the weirder ones. Using a fantastical “Evoker,” which is definitely not a gun, characters in P3 summon their Personas by shooting it at their heads. The RPG series’ heritage of time management, intrigue, and high school antics is otherwise continued in Persona 3.
3 Remake of Dead Space
Released on: January 27, 2023
The original Dead Space, recognized as one of the best horror games of all time, is being remade, according to Motive Studios at EA. This version was “rebuilt” from the original content, but it doesn’t have loading screens, doesn’t use microtransactions, and might even have some more stuff that wasn’t in the original. This will undoubtedly be the best iteration of the game to date, and it will only be available on PC and next-generation platforms.
4 Hogwarts Legacy
Released on: February 10, 2023
Hogwarts Legacy significantly incorporates mythology even though it isn’t a direct adaptation of the Harry Potter books. Even though you’ll be playing as a Hogwarts student hundreds of years before Harry and his friends were born, you can be sure that you’ll be up to plenty of magical mischief. Since it’s an open-world RPG, there will be a ton to learn.
Released on: January 31, 2023 (early access)
Inkulinati is a turn-based strategy game where graphic animal farts are as deadly as a greatsword or morning star. It is modeled after medieval marginalia. You’ll put together a team of cat bishops and man-eating snails, painting them in Living Ink with an aesthetic influenced by the odd illuminations of medieval manuscripts, to engage the forces of other Inkulinati in battle.