Video Gaming Future in 2020

Video games have become an increasingly important part of people’s lives, despite many ups and downs in this industry but video Gaming’s future does not go down. An electronic version of the game requires interaction with a user interface to generate visual feedback on a two- or three-dimensional video display devices. Video display devices such a TV screen, virtual reality headset or computer monitor.  Here is a brief about Gaming Technology & Video Gaming Future in 2020.

Platforms are the electronic systems that are used to play video games. Video games are developed for one or several platforms. To play this requires dedicated devices such as video game consoles etc.

There are many input devices that are used for games like the game controller which varies across platforms. Common controllers like gamepads, joysticks, mouse keyboard, and touchscreens, etc.  now the person’s body as well by using a Kinect sensor. Players can view the game on display devices like television and computer or in virtual reality head-mounted display goggles. There are game sound effects which come from loudspeakers or headphone. Some games in the 2000s may include haptic, vibration-creating effects and virtual reality headsets.

Video gaming Industries are the billion-dollar industry that has grown from pixels to almost photo-realistic graphics and have spread from arcade machines to personal computers, consoles, mobile devices.

Video games technology will only continue to evolve and develop throughout the year 2020 and into the future.

Video Gaming Future in 2020:

Here are some gaming technology & Video Gaming Future predictions for 2020:

  • Hyper-immersive gameplay through virtual reality (VR):

Virtual reality graphics are typically still very cartoonish and Virtual reality level of immersion can be clunky. Photorealistic graphics have been achieved with PC games, and console games but virtual reality has yet to catch up. Future gaming technology can have virtual reality headsets that will be able to render 3D graphics and that is almost indistinguishable from real-life.

  • Cloud gaming:

This prediction builds because of the increased usage of cloud computing technology as internet connections become faster and more reliable. With future technology, gamers will be able to play a game from any device with an internet connection. It has the same experience as you are streaming music and video. This technology will also minimize game updates because the updated game can be easily accessed through the internet, and it will also make video games cheaper and more accessible to people.

  • Handheld consoles:

Handheld consoles trend seems to finish in 2000 because of immobile video game consoles such as the Xbox and PlayStation. But the success of the Nintendo Switch told us that there is still very much an audience is dedicated to video games, rather than playing on a smartphone or tablet. Handheld future game consoles can be an important part of gaming technology and would likely appeal to both nostalgic older gamers and gamers.

  • Social or collaborative virtual reality (VR):

Virtual reality technology has isolates gamers from others. But with future gaming technology, game developers are thinking to connect players with each other in a virtual space rather than playing alone. There are some games already in the market which convert it into reality such as VRChat. A virtual reality future could have space for social interaction rather than isolation.

  •  Increasing use of augmented reality:

Like virtual reality (VR), augmented reality yet to be fully utilized in connection with video games. The success of Pokémon Go gave us a hint of the potential that what this future video game technology can do. Augmented reality can be used with gaming apps through smartphones or it may also be used with virtual reality/augmented reality headsets and future game consoles. This technology can also be used through a wearable device such as a smartwatch or Google Glass.

There are some games listed below which are predicted to be launch in 2020:

Here are the best Video Gaming Future Games which are going to release in 2020.

  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps:

Ori and the Will of the Wisps are predicted that it is going to be full of “natural wonder, nonlinear exploration, and brutal difficulty come together beautifully.

  • Gods & Monsters:

Ubisoft confirmed that Gods & Monsters was created by the people behind Odysseyat E3 2019. God and monsters were inspired by what they learned. Accordingly to them, it is going to be an open-world adventure in which you play as a forgotten Greek hero and the hero is on a mission to help the gods to reclaim their powers. You can do it with the help of your bow, your sword, and your telekinetic powers. Ubisoft has only unveiled a cinematic trailer so there is a possibility that Gods & Monsters will change before release.

  • The Last of Us Part 2:

If you remember Joel’s journey in The Last of Us then you have to see something more excited about it. In The Last of Us, Part 2 is Naughty Dog’s award-winning action-adventure game direct sequel.  Joel’s teenage charge, Ellie who takes center stage for a story that looks more harrowing.

The Last of Us Part 2 is survival-game style combat and it also introduces you to a bunch of new characters and post-apocalyptic settings to explore. But there are some familiar faces to guide us through the horror, both Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson return as Joel and Ellie respectively.

  •  Final Fantasy 7 Remake:

 Final Fantasy 7 Remake is going to come.  Even the Kitase doesn’t know how many more games are about to come to finish the whole story and they also don’t know how many versions they are going to make. Final Fantasy 7 Remake’s battle system looks like a mash-up of Kingdom Hearts. Final Fantasy 7’s turn-based battles work surprisingly well and Enix’s most beloved characters rendered in such loving detail.

  • Watch Dogs: Legion

 Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs franchise has struggled to live up to its lofty goals. Ubisoft claims that the game will let you recruit and play as any person in Legion’s dystopian take on post-Brexit London. Watchdog’s storyline will adjust accordingly.

Watch Dogs: Legion will live up to the hype. Once a player has a character on player’s roster the player has to need to use them carefully. Every character has a different skill set such as some are good at hacking, while others defeat foes through brute force. Watch Dogs open up a variety of different ways to handle missions but if in case they die they’re gone for good.

  • Animal Crossing: New Horizons:

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons now you can place your furniture outdoors. You can create a character according to your preference. Instead of buying furniture you can build your own using New Horizons’ fully-featured crafting system. But you must assure that you’ve already gathered the right materials. It is a multiplayer that supports up to eight people at a time. You can earn “Nook miles” by completing tasks and it gives you rewards for doing things.

  • Trials of Mana:

Square Enix has learned a lot from its mistakes and the combat system has revamped. The minimap now has waypoints so that it can help in track quest objectives, and the world map now has many new secrets to discover.

Trials of Mana are interesting, too like in an original game, you choose three characters from the 6 characters. When you begin, you and your party’s interpersonal relationships are based upon who you select.

  •  Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot:

It is formerly known as Dragon Ball ProjectZ and developed by CyberConnect2. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot was officially announced at E3 2019 and it will come for a platform like Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and is set to release sometime early 2020. Currently, there really is nothing known about this game except that it can come on January 16, 2020and Goku, Vegeta, and the rest of the gang will be there for the adventure.