All Upcoming First-Person Shooters of 2021

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Everyone was forced to stay inside their homes for long periods at a time due to the 2020 pandemic.

Thankfully, the video game industry helped most folks stay busy by releasing a ton of quality first-person shooters. DOOM Eternal, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, BPM: Bullets Per Minute and a host of other intense FPS games enraptured everyone that played them. And come 2021, there are even more noteworthy FPS releases to look forward to. The games that have been placed on this list will place all sorts of awesome weaponry into your hands as you hand out plenty of pain and punishment from a first-person perspective.

These are all the upcoming first-person shooter games you need to keep an eye out for in 2021.

Resident Evil Village

Developer: Capcom
Publisher: Capcom
Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, PC (Steam)
Release Date: May 7

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard did the unthinkable – it practically revived Capcom’s survival-horror juggernaut by switching from third-person to first-person and embracing its signature scares once again. That series installment’s winning formula is being revisited for a sequel that’s looking mighty impressive (and equally terrifying). Resident Evil Village marks the return of Ethan, who must explore a mysterious village after being betrayed by Chris Redfield. The game’s snow-covered European expanse is jam-packed with supernatural baddies, strange village denizens, and an assortment of puzzle situations that should be familiar to Resident Evil fans. Resident Evil Village looks to continue the goodwill garnered by its predecessor and keep Capcom’s horror-filled IP thriving for years to come.

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Developers: Acid Man Games, Fire Plant Games
Publisher: 1C Entertainment
Platform: PC (Steam)
Release Date: May 20

Some folks will do anything for love, won’t they? In the year 3796, a mercenary by the name of Caroline wants to buy her boyfriend a super expensive ring. Money’s tight, so she ends up taking a big opportunity that’ll net her the extra funds she needs. She steps up to collect the bounty on the head of a warlock named Cromune, which means she’ll have to shoot through an army of alien threats in order to get close to him. Your alien killing journey takes place in Viscerafest, an FPS that feels like a long-lost relic from the 90s. It’s time to go on an extraterrestrial slaughter fest!

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Developer: Slipgate Ironworks
Publishers: 3D Realms, 1C Publishing EU
Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, PC (Steam)
Release Dates: May 26 (PC – Steam), TBA (PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One)

GRAVEN actually isn’t about running headfirst into battle with automatic rifles and shotguns. It instead focuses on players running wild through a dark fantasy world with magical powers and melee weapons in tow. As the spiritual successor to the well-regarded Hexen 2, GRAVEN embraces everything its predecessor mastered so well. This retro stylized adventure embraces action RPG elements and mixes them up with hectic FPS combat. You’ll push your disgraced priest into climactic battles, come into contact with friendly townsfolk, solve elemental-themed puzzles, etc. And what’s even cooler is that you can do it all with a friend in local split-screen or co-op.

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Necromunda: Hired Gun

Developer: Streum On Studio
Publisher: Focus Home Interactive
Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, PC (Steam)
Release Date: June 1

The Warhammer universe is moving into the realm of first-person shooters once again. And this time, it’s going to take a detour to a gritty cityscape where gangs battle it out for one thing – survival. Necromunda: Hired Gun puts you in the boots of a badass mercenary that’s aided by body enhancements and a massive array of firearms. It’s up to you to get the job done by eliminating Necromunda’s most notorious gangsters and mutants in the most efficient ways possible. The gunplay and movement in this FPS are high-octane and fast as hell, so you better stay on your toes at all times if you have any hopes of surviving.

Lemnis Gate

Developer: Ratloop Games Canada
Publisher: Frontier Foundry
Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, PC (Steam)
Release Date: August 3

Lemnis Gate is going big with the type of gameplay hook that offers some fresh innovation within the FPS genre. Over the course of five rounds, your team of five space operatives (that all happen to be under your control thanks to the game’s auto co-op feature) will get 25 seconds during each match to play out their actions. These actions end up being repeated during later rounds as you compete with the enemy team and see everyone’s past moves play out while new ones are taken. This turn-based FPS may sound complicated in theory, but it looks like it’ll become easy to comprehend once you start playing it. Lemnis Gate most certainly deserves your attention.

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Developer: TwistedRed
Publisher: TwistedRed
Platforms: Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC (Microsoft Store)
Release Date: August TBA

ExoMecha hopes to grab your interest and keep you entertained for years on end with its large-scale multiplayer skirmishes, shiny mechs, and flashy gunplay. On top of having to compete with rival robots, you’ll also have to work with your team to do battle with a giant AI-controlled dragon. ExoMecha will have a lot going on on the battlefield – you’ll want to make sure your battle mech is fully prepared for all the explosive battles that will surely take place on it. Vehicles can be utilized, grappling hooks can be relied upon, and dashing is present alongside a host of other useful moves worth employing in ExoMecha’s war-fueled world. By the way, this futuristic FPS is free-to-play.


Developer: Arkane Studios
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Platforms: PS5, PC (Steam)
Release Date: September 14

The talented studio behind the first-person assassin gem known as the Dishonored series is trying something different with its next project. DEATHLOOP’s premise is quite intriguing – you play as an assassin named Colt, who’s been set upon an island with eight targets to eliminate. What makes his mission even harder is the presence of a time loop, which resets his progress should he be killed. You’ll need to make each bullet and move count during intense boss encounters, plus you’ll need to keep an eye out for assorted enemies and even a rival assassin who’s out to take you. DEATHLOOP looks to be worthwhile FPS mind trip work embarking on.



Developer: Zarc Attack
Publisher: PM Studios, inc.
Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC (Steam)
Release Date: October 5

Waking up within the confines of a once-populated human spaceship sounds scary enough. The scare factor in that situation magnifies with the added presence of hostile alien soldiers onboard. But when you have an arsenal of guns at your disposal, there’s really isn’t much to fear anymore. That’s pretty much the main premise for Exophobia, a retro-flavored FPS that looks like a lost 90s gem. This mission’s not going to be an easy one, so brace yourself for plenty of deaths as you explore dangerous labyrinths and encounter vicious enemies. Upgrade your weapons and use your tactical awareness to survive your trek through Exophobia.

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Far Cry 6

Developer: Ubisoft Toronto
Publisher: Ubisoft
Platforms: PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC (Steam), Google Stadia, Amazon Luna
Release Date: October 7

Ubisoft’s Far Cry franchise is known for throwing players into a new international locale and involving them in a heated conflict against a crazed leader. Far Cry 6 takes place on the fictional island of Yara, which is ruled by the iron fist of a dictator named “El Presidente” Antón Castillo (played by Giancarlo Esposito). That ruthless ruler just so happens to be raising his young son, who he hopes will take over his position one day. You set out to take down his regime as a guerilla fighter named Dani Rojas and will need to tap into his gun mastery to see his mission to completion. Like past Far Cry games, this upcoming sequel will feature a fully-realized open world, a wealth of vehicles, and numerous allies that fight for your rightful cause.

Buy Far Cry 6 here.

Back 4 Blood

Developer: Turtle Rock Studios
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, PC (Steam)
Release Date: October 12

You totally recognize Turtle Rock Studios, right? It’s the development team that produced one of the greatest co-op FPS experiences of all time with the Left 4 Dead series. Now the studio has returned with a spiritual successor to the zombie shoot-a-thon with Back 4 Blood. You and three other survivors have to employ all the guns, explosives, and melee weapons you have on deck for a bloody crusade against the Ridden. You can also choose to destroy those same survivors in PvP mode as a member of the parasitic army. Back 4 Blood should satiate Left 4 Dead fans’ bloodthirst this summer.

Buy Back 4 Blood here.

Battlefield 2042

Developer: DICE
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, PC (Steam, Epic Games Store, Origin)
Release Date: October 22

BATTLEFIELD IS FINALLY BACK! The last entry came out in 2018 and since then, Battlefield loyalists have been chomping at the bit for a brand new entry that’s all about modern warfare. Those same dedicated fans have finally gotten their wish with the announcement of Battlefield 2042. Players can expect to hop into chaotic battles between the USA and Russia across seven massive maps. And on current-gen consoles and PC, all those explosive battles will feature up to 128 soldiers. You’ll be able to fight on foot, within ground vehicles, and in the air across ever-changing maps with your fully customized Specialist. Simply put, Battlefield 2042 looks to be the biggest FPS launch of the year.

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Dying Light 2

Developer: Techland
Publisher: Techland
Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, PC (Steam)
Release Date: December 7

Techland’s familiarity with first-person adventures set within a zombified world has birthed amazing games. Dying Light gave the talented publisher/development studio another gem and now they’re ready to take things up a notch. Dying Light 2 takes place 15 years after its predecessor and stars a brand new protagonist with masterful parkour skills. This time, your crusade against the undead takes place within a massive hub locale known as The City. And just like before, you’ll be scavenging for goods, crafting weapons, and encountering all types of NPC’s that could either be friend or foe. Dying Light 2 certainly has a lot of promise.

Buy Dying Light 2 here.

RICO London

Developer: Ground Shatter
Publisher: Aksys Games
Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

RICO London gives off heavy XIII vibes due to its cel-shaded art style and use of comic book effects for sound cues. The second entry within the RICO series puts you in the role of Detective Inspector Redfern, who’s out to exact justice upon the East End gangsters within a highrise tower. You can ascend that dangerous tower on your own or star in your own buddy cop film with a co-op partner for local/online play. It’s up to you to take down the worst influence in the big city by gunning them down and putting their illegal arms trade to an end.

Buy a PSN Gift Card here so you can digitally purchase RICO London.

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The House of the Dead: Remake

Developer: Forever Entertainment
Publisher: MegaPixel Studios
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Release Date: TBA

If you’re old enough to remember emptying a ton of quarters into this Sega light gun classic, then this remake surely means a lot to you. MegaPixel Studios (the development team that brought us the Panzer Dragoon Remake) have attached themselves to this next Sega-themed passion project. And by the looks of it, this next release will make the act of blasting zombies even more gruesome and entertaining. The House of the Dead: Remake comes with redone & improved visuals, fast-paced gunplay, multiple endings, and that horrible voice acting fans have come to hold in high regard. It’s time to take down Dr. Curien and his walking horrors all over again.


Developers: M2H, Blackmill Games
Publisher: M2H
Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

There aren’t a whole lot of WWI shooters out there, so it’s always a breath of fresh air when we finally get one. Isonzo continues the campaign trail established by the Tannenberg and Verdun games by taking the fight to the Italian Front. Everything in this historical FPS is recreated to the highest level and should give players an explosive, emotional tour through the tumultuous period of WWI. Dodge a gang of mortar strikes, cut through those barbed wires, and aid your fellow military men in the great struggle that encapsulates the Isonzo experience.

After the Fall

Developer: Vertigo Games
Publisher: Vertigo Games
Platforms: PlayStation VR, Oculus, PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

The creative minds behind Arizona Sunshine are ready to take you deep into a post-apocalyptic version of Los Angeles. Everything isn’t sunny and warm this time around, however – you and your crew of survivors are forced to brave the brutal cold. A zombie outbreak has ravaged humanity, but your group just happens to be immune to it all. The fate of humanity is in your hands as you go solo or group up to fend off the vicious hordes that inhabit your baren world. This VR FPS makes every monster encounter feel all the more realistic and decidedly more terrifying. Get ready to fight, scavenge, and survive for as long as you can in After the Fall.

Bright Memory: Infinite

Developer: FYQD-Studio
Publisher: Playism
Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

Bright Memory: Infinite provides a far more substantial experience for those who want to whet their appetite after beating Bright Memory. Players will once again take control of Supernatural Science Research Organization (SRO) agent Shelia as they try to get to the source of a strange global phenomenon. You’ll need to brave the militaristic forces of General Lin and even ancient foes with your dazzling array of firearms and melee weapon mastery. Bright Memory: Infinite offers fast-paced combat that lets you dash and jump all over the battlefield in a bid to pull off the flashiest combos you can muster.

Six Days in Fallujah

Developer: Highwire Games
Publisher: Victura
Platforms: Consoles TBA, PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

Up until 2021, Six Days in Fallujah was nothing more than a canceled project that no one even thought they’d see again. Now the game is being reintroduced with a new publisher and development team that includes core members from the Halo and Destiny games. This gritty FPS will follow the real-life stories from the Second Battle for Fallujah that transpired back in 2004. Players will find themselves embroiled in a tough military conflict that perfectly encapsulates the struggles American soldiers endured during their campaign in Iraq. Six Days in Fallujah looks to tackle a heavy topic in a mature and responsible manner in regards to the soldiers who told their story and the players that will get to experience it.


Developer: Studio Surgical Scalpels
Publishers: Skystone Games, Huya
Platforms: PS4, PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

Boundary combines the emptiness of space and the implementation of zero-gravity for its team-based firefights. Players get outfitted as well-armed astronauts known as astroperators and bounce around varied maps with their customized weapons in hand. The space dogfights that erupt in Boundary are jaw-dropping thanks to the impressive visuals that bring them to life. The stages you’ll clash with opposing teams on feature massive space installations, a debris field, a Solar Farm, etc. that truly immerse you in the galactic gunfights that characterize this unique FPS. Your grapple hook should help you gain the winning edge as it lets you quickly zip across a bevy of complex space arenas.

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Core Decay

Developers: Ivar Hill, Slipgate Ironworks
Publisher: 3D Realms
Platform: PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

Core Decay harbors an old school FPS vibe that should excite fans of Quake, Half-Life, and Duke Nukem. Your main goal within this brand new IP centers around exploring massive facilities on a version of Earth that’s on its last legs. While you’re hot on the trail of a secret organization that’s out to preserve humanity through sinister means, you’ll shoot down waves of baddies and upgrade yourself with cybernetic implants. Map out your own path through Core Decay’s mysterious locales and survive a dark future that takes place within 2089.

POSTAL: Brain Damaged

Developers: Hyperstrange, CreativeForge Games
Publishers: Running With Scissors, Hyperstrange
Platform: PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

The POSTAL series has always gone to the farthest of extremes as far as blood, gore, and outrageous humor goes. POSTAL: Brain Damaged is looking to do things a bit differently this time around when it comes to its main gameplay hook. Instead of perusing through an open world, this outlandish FPS places you within assorted stages and embraces the tactics featured in retro shooters. The violent factor stays at an all-time high here for longtime fans, plus the throwback approach to fast-paced and skill-based gunplay should keep them wholly entertained.

Shadow Warrior 3

Developer: Flying Wild Hog
Publisher: Devolver Digital
Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

The first two Shadow Warrior games were met with plenty of acclaims thanks to their signature brand of humor, fun blend of ranged/melee combat, and free-running movement mechanics. Shadow Warrior 3 is looking to up the ante by further improving on what came before it and making it look even stronger on a graphical front than ever before. This highly anticipated sequel will let you slice, dice, and shoot everything in sight within a brand new rendition of Neo Feudal Japan. A slew of new weapons and executions will give you everything you need to dominate every enemy you come across during Shadow Warrior 3’s intense battle encounters.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide

Developer: Fatshark
Publisher: Fatshark
Platforms: Xbox Series X|S, PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

If you played the Warhammer: Vermintide series to death, then this upcoming 4-player co-op shooter should be on your radar. Warhammer 40,000: Darktide places you and three other friends smack dab in the dark hive city known as Tertium. Before Tertium completely succumbs to its growing chaos, you and your allies step in to destroy the denizens that have brought on such a negative influence. You’ll get to clear out that evil presence with a huge armory that includes a chainsword, lasgun, shotgun, and so many more tools of immense destruction. Warhammer 40,000: Darktide may just be your next online co-op addiction.

SiN: Reloaded

Developers: Nightdive Studios, Slipgate Ironworks, Ritual Entertainment
Publishers: Nightdive Studios, 3D Realms
Platform: PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

This is one of those remasters that completely came out of nowhere. No one even knew that they wanted it, but now a lot of FPS devotees are ready to give it a chance. SiN: Reloaded throws a fresh coat of paint onto the 1998 shooter and comes with a content-rich package. The original single-player campaign and its expansion have been kept intact and improved immensely, plus the game’s two multiplayer modes also make their welcome return. For those not in the know, SiN: Reloaded is all about taking on the role of Colonel John R. Blade as he wages war against an evil bio-chemist. It’s time to blast some mutants and look good while doing it.


Developers: Smilegate, Remedy Entertainment
Publisher: Xbox Game Studios
Platforms: Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One
Release Date: TBA

Smilegate is making a big play at making sure its smash hit FPS in Korea becomes just as major across the rest of the globe. In order to accomplish this grand mission, they’re doing two things – updating the game’s visuals via Unreal Engine 4 and partnering with Remedy Entertainment (Control, Quantum Break, Alan Wake) in order to craft a proper single-player campaign. At its core, CrossfireX is a team-based multiplayer FPS that’s similar in gameplay and scope to Counter-Strike. This newly refined edition of the shooter is much more than just a remaster – while it may feature updated versions of fan-favorite maps, CrossfireX is offering new content alongside it that will hopefully turn the series into a global phenomenon.

Metal: Hellsinger

Developer: The Outsiders
Publisher: Funcom
Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

Last year’s BPM: Bullets Per Minute wowed gamers thanks to its clever mashup of FPS combat and rhythm game-based mechanics. Now we have another shooter that’s looking to thrive off of that surprisingly potent mix in Metal: Hellsinger. The demons of Hell are ready and willing to tear you apart. You’ll need to master an assortment of debilitating firearms and shoot down all those demon hordes to the beat of a raging metal soundtrack. As you kill enemies in sync with the music, you’ll increase the mayhem happening around you and intensify the music blaring through your TV’s speakers. Metal: Hellsiger will sound so good as you kick tons of demon ass back to where it came from.

Kingpin: Reloaded

Developer: Slipgate Ironworks
Publishers: 3D Realms, Interplay
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

Crime bosses tend to piss off a lot of their henchmen and try to eliminate them when they feel like they’ve been crossed. In the 1999 FPS Kingpin: Life of Crime, a mob boss by the name of The Kingpin takes out one of his goons. That goon ends up taking over the role as the main character during your quest for revenge against the crime lord that wronged him. That throwback shooter is getting a surprising remaster in 2021 with Kingpin: Reloaded, which is set to come with a whole lot of welcome improvements. Improved visuals, a No Violence mode for the more squeamish gamers out there, rebalanced gameplay, and an entirely new quest system. Kingpin: Reloaded is bringing back a slept-on shooter that’s set to gain a larger audience in 2021.

Rise of the Triad Remastered

Developer: TBA
Publisher: 3D Realms
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

90’s babies will most certainly get a kick out of this one. Rise of the Triad Remastered brings back the classic FPS with widescreen support, mouselook, and a revamped multiplayer component. Once again, you’ll choose between five characters during a mission that entails taking down a cult that’s engaging in some very unsavory activity. Weapons are divided into three categories (bullet, missile, and magic), which means you’ll have a nice arsenal of guns on command for your cult killing activities. This unexpected remaster is perfect for all those 90s PC FPS heads who loved a good DOOM clone or two.

Halo Infinite

Developer: 343 Industries
Publisher: Xbox Game Studios
Platforms: Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC (Steam, Microsoft Store)
Release Date: TBA

343 Industries is going even bigger than ever before for Master Chief’s latest galaxy-spanning adventure. As the third chapter of the franchise’s “Reclaimer Saga,” Halo Infinite will pit you against The Banished across the vast expanse of a Halo ring. Covenant aliens will also confront you, but your trusty Assault Rifle and brand new grappling hook should rise to the occasion during every enemy encounter. Halo Infinite is being set up as Master Chief’s biggest campaign to date. It’s time to save humanity once more and rise to the occasion as everyone’s favorite green armor toting super-soldier.

Buy Halo Infinite here.

Dread Templar

Developer: T19 Games
Publisher: 1C Entertainment
Platform: PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

If you still yearn for the days of classic DOOM, Duke Nukem, and Hexen, then Dread Templar will be the game to fulfill your retro FPS desires. The game’s fast-paced gunplay, a huge array of firearms/melee weapons at your disposal, and the bloodthirsty army of demons that want you dead produce the perfect formula for this type of throwback shooter. Dread Templar’s plot is simple and straight to the point – your gun-toting avatar is on a mission of revenge that just so happens to transport him to Hell. Got it? Good. Now get to work and show those dreaded demons who’s boss!

Severed Steel

Developer: Greylock Studio
Publisher: Digerati
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC (Steam)
Release Date: TBA

Just cause you only have one arm at your disposal doesn’t mean you’re completely defenseless. Severed Steel throws you into that unique scenario and still does a great job of making you feel like an ultimate badass. This FPS ups the ante by including bullet-time mechanics and destructible environments, which both do an awesome job of making all the onscreen action look and feel all the more exciting. Oh, and you never have to worry about reloading, by the way – carefully pick your shots and shoot to your heart’s content. Besides your gun mastery, you’ll also be able to take down the opposition via sliding kicks and by throwing your weapons at them. Severed Steel definitely looks like a sleeper hit in the making.

And here are a few first-person shooters that were released years prior, but are now making their way to certain consoles for the first time in 2021:

Turok (PS4): February 25
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil (PS4): February 25
WRATH: Aeon of Ruin (PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch): February 25
POSTAL Redux (PS4): March 5
Apex Legends (Nintendo Switch): March 9
DOOM 3: VR Edition (Playstation VR): March 29
Star Wars: Republic Commando (PS4, Nintendo Switch): April 6
Terminator: Resistance Enhanced (PS5): April 30
Splitgate (PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One): July 27
Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition (PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC – Steam, Epic Games Store, GOG): May 6 (PC – Steam, Epic Games Store, GOG), TBA (PS5, Xbox Series X|S)
Roboquest (Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC – Microsoft Store): TBA
Crysis Remastered Trilogy (PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC – Steam): TBA
BPM: Bullets Per Minute (PS4, Xbox One): TBA
Insurgency: Sandstorm (PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One): TBA
Serious Sam 4 (PS4, Xbox One): TBA
XIII (Nintendo Switch): TBA
Hell Let Loose (PS5, Xbox Series X|S): TBA

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