20 Most Anticipated PS5, PS4 Games Of 2023 According To Your Vote
The results are in and we’ve counted down the 20 most anticipated PS5 and PS4 games of 2023, based on your vote, the Push Square community.
The poll was published last week, below our big List of 60 most anticipated PS5 and PS4 games of 2023. We keep saying this, but next year is going to be ridiculously busy!
Almost 9,000 votes were cast and users could choose up to five different games.
Without further ado, let’s get into the nitty-gritty – starting with number 20. We’ve also included the votes per game and total vote percentage.
20. The Wolf Among Us 2 – 124 votes (1%)
19. Abandoned – 124 votes (1%)
18. Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty – 127 votes (2%)
17. Hollow Knight: Silksong – 130 votes (2%)
16. Horizon: Call of the Mountain – 132 votes (2%)
15. Dead Island 2 – 160 votes (2%)
14. Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Freedom (DLC) – 201 votes (2%)
13. Alan Wake II – 231 votes (3%)
12. Diablo 4 – 240 votes (3%)
11. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League – 271 votes (3%)
Bloober Team’s remake of the PS2 classic was officially announced late last year after months of rumors and speculation. All we have so far is a cinematic trailer, but that’s not really a problem, is it? Assuming the developer stays as close to the original as possible – which, apparently, is exactly what it’s doing – then we should be in for an easy win.
The second horror remake on this list, Dead Space just edged out Silent Hill 2 to claim the ninth spot. Billed as another faithful return to a beloved title, Isaac Clarke’s original Trials and Tribulations will no doubt look great on PS5, hopefully upping the scare factor. Again, an easy win as long as everything goes according to plan for EA Motive. And it will be out in a few weeks!
You may not agree with our decision to include extensions in these votes, but the results speak for themselves. Ultimately, a lot of people will be looking forward to Aloy’s next adventure if they enjoyed Horizon Forbidden West – and there’s nothing wrong with that! Additionally, Burning Shores is a PS5 exclusive, suggesting it will be Guerrilla Games Really push the technical capabilities of its engine. It’s like the base game isn’t good.
The undying popularity of Assassin’s Creed has reignited. Ubisoft’s franchise has had its ups and downs, but with Mirage promising a return to a more traditional Assassin’s Creed sandbox – full of stealth stabbing and, you know, actual murders – we can understand the hype. . Oddly, we haven’t seen Mirage in action yet – we’re sure it’ll get a gameplay trailer late last year – but then again, apart from the vague ‘2023’ , the title doesn’t have a release window yet. It’s coming soon.
Listen, before we start with the comments, let’s to learn that the possibility of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth being released in 2023 is… well, no skinnybut quite unlikely to happen. Did Square Enix reveal it soon? Honestly, probably not – it’s making up the Final Fantasy VII Remake, after all – but we could easily see it jumping to 2024. Still, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Rebirth make this list. It’s certainly not perfect, but the Remake has some incredible highlights that suggest the sequel could be really, really special.
Final Fantasy XVI is more visible than Final Fantasy VII Rebirth at this point, so we’re not surprised to see it in the forefront. With the action-RPG coming out in June, the future of Final Fantasy isn’t far off – and we can already feel the hype. Based on the footage we’ve seen so far, there’s a lot of potential here, as the series returns to its medieval fantasy roots and aims to melt our eyes with stunning visuals. All we need now is uncut gameplay to push our fun to the limit.
Damn, you really like your horror game remakes, don’t you? This is the third of its kind in the top 10!
One of the most influential games ever made is back, and it’s…well, it’s a remake. Following Capcom’s rebuild of Resident Evil 2, there’s really no reason to doubt the developer’s ability. Resident Evil 4 could be the definitive reimagining of an all-time classic, and that’s certainly something to be excited about. The best part, though? The wait for this one will be over before you know it, with Capcom sticking to its March 24 release date.
Only force it surpasses Resi, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor claims its place in the top 3. This sequel to 2019’s Fallen Order promises a refinement of a formula that worked so well in the first game. travel the planet across the galaxy, engaging in deadly lightsaber duels when he’s not killing local wildlife. Deeper combat will be the key to Survivor’s success, and we’re expecting some truly beautiful sci-fi settings.
Hogwarts Legacy is comfortably in second place, a title often described as “the dream Harry Potter game” by our esteemed editor Sammy Barker. It’s easy to see why a dedicated Potterhead would be more than excited for this release, as it lets you live the life of a student at Hogwarts. You can create your own character, specialize in your favorite types of magic and, of course, unravel the many mysteries of the school. If all goes well, Hogwarts Legacy will be an absolute blast.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 has taken the number one spot by some distance – as if there was any doubt! Marvel’s original Spider-Man was an instant hit on PS4, and the Miles Morales pseudo-sequel wasn’t far behind. Insomniac Games has proven to be one of Sony’s best PlayStation studios, and we can’t imagine a world where the team has filed for this PS5 exclusive. Recently confirmed for a Q3 2023 launch, Spider-Man 2 is likely to be PlayStation’s biggest hitter of the year, no doubt racking up insane sales numbers following a massive marketing campaign. It probably won’t be long before we see these web heroes in action.
So there you have it, these are the most anticipated games for Push Square readers in 2023. Are you happy with the order? Would you trade something? Let us know how excited you are for next year in the comments section below.