Top 10 Video Games Projected Worldwide in 2023

Top 10 Video Games: The most anticipated 2023 launch games have been identified, according to a recent study done and published by Solitaired.com. These placements are based on global Google statistics and an examination of the popularity of 41 AAA video games scheduled for release in 2019. The top 10 most anticipated video games in the globe are as follows, per the results:

Top 10 Video Games

  • Kerbal Space Program 2

In 2011, the first version of the Kerbal Space Program was released. As a result, the world’s gamers have high hopes for the sequel. The next instalment in the Kerbal Space Program series has been given a brand new makeover.

“Kerbal Space Program 2 has been totally revamped from the ground up to match the demands of modern and next-generation space exploration,” while still keeping the popular Kerbonaut characters and interactive building tasks. Kerbal Space Program 2 will feature the much-requested multiplayer mode in addition to the game-changing modification tools that made the original such a hit. 

Global Google search volume, per month: 54,000

Game developer: Intercept Games

  • Dead Space Remake

January 2023 will see the release of Dead Space, a remake of the original game from 2008. The space exploration/gory horror game has been overhauled from the ground up to take advantage of today’s gaming technology. According to the insiders, the new and improved game would have a deeper level of immersion, a more complex story, and more sophisticated gameplay mechanics.

Global Google search volume, per month: 57,000

Game developer: Motive Studio

  • Final Fantasy xvi

More advanced mediaeval fantasy artwork, fascinating storytelling, and (maybe most shockingly) British voice actors are all promised for Final Fantasy XVI, the 16th instalment in the massively successful game series.

There is currently no game that uses PS5-level visuals to depict a massive mediaeval fantasy setting. According to producer Naoki Yoshida, “we opted to focus on the scenery of mediaeval Europe and blend it with the concept we came up with.” This was discussed in a recent interview for Final Fantasy XVI.

Global Google search volume, per month: 58,000

Game developer: Square Enix

  • Payday 3

The release of PAYDAY 3 is scheduled for 2023, so the news has had plenty of time to spread. After PAYDAY 2’s enduring success, the first-person action video game has high expectations to live up to.

The third game in the series will stand out because of its New York City setting. It will also take place sometime after the events of PAYDAY 2. Fallas, Hoxton, Chains, and Wolf will all reunite for a major New York City job. That’s all we have so far, anyway.

Global Google search volume, per month: 59,000

Game developer: Overkill Software

  • Off The Grid

Cyberpunk shooter set in a dystopian tropical future. This is Off The Grid. The online game divides players into groups and sends them on missions “beyond the system, deep in the chaos” in the style of Battle Royale 2.0.

Global Google search volume, per month: 65,000

Game developer: Gunzilla Games

  • Street Fighter 6

The latest instalment in the Street Fighter series is a meticulously crafted, wholly absorbing, and technological marvel. There will be three different gameplay modes in Street Fighter 6, including the classic Fighting Ground as well as the brand new World Tour and Battle Hub.

When the game is released, it will be playable on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox One S, and Microsoft Windows.

Global Google search volume, per month: 65,000

Game developer: Capcom

  • Resident Evil 4

As its name suggests, Resident Evil 4 is a remake of the original 2005 game, and it will make use of all the current gaming technology to increase the tension and terror of the original. This new version of the game will have “cutting-edge survival horror” and will be released in the year 2023.

“Resident Evil 4” is “the latest survival horror game where life and death, terror and catharsis collide,” and it “preserves the core of the original game while providing modernised gameplay, a redesigned storyline, and wonderfully detailed graphics.” In addition, Capcom has now successfully defended not one, but two of the top five positions in their respective genres.

Global Google search volume, per month: 92,000

Game developer: Capcom

  • Ark II

Ark II is a dinosaur-and-robot mashup survival game that was first unveiled in 2020 by Studio Wildcard. The fact that it’s the sequel to 2017’s smash hit survival game ARK: Survival Evolved is certainly a factor in the game’s popularity, but that’s not the only explanation for its high Google ranking. Someone else? In addition to appearing in Ark II, Vin Diesel served as an executive producer on the project. 

Global Google search volume, per month: 120,000

Game developer: Studio Wildcard

  • Hytale

Sandbox and the role-playing game Hytale are coming to PC and Mac. The virtual world of fantasy games has its own backstory and plenty of activities that stick to the genre’s established conventions. “Hytale’s engine allows everything from block-by-block castle construction to scripting and customisation given with easy-to-use and powerful tools, all with creative players in mind,” it reads. 

Global Google search volume, per month: 182,000

Game developer: Hypixel Studios

  • Starfield

Starfield has undoubtedly taken first place, with a search volume more than that of both runners-up put together. The game will take place in a realistically rendered space setting with stunning visuals and detailed environments, vehicles, and characters.

You can “make any kind of character you like and roam about with unrivalled freedom as you set out on an epic mission to solve humanity’s biggest enigma” in Starfield.

The fact that this is Bethesda Game Studios’ first new universe in 25 years is undoubtedly helping to build anticipation. You may not be familiar with them, but these are the award-winning studios that created games like Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

Global Google search volume, per month: 412,000

Game developer: Bethesda Game Studios