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List of video games in development

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This is a confirmed list of video games in development, but are scheduled for release beyond 2019 or currently carry no release date at all.

Video game platforms
iOS iOS
Droid Android
Win Microsoft Windows
Mac Classic Mac OS / macOS
Lin Linux
NS Nintendo Switch
PS3 PlayStation 3
PS4 PlayStation 4
PSVita PlayStation Vita
X360 Xbox 360
XBO Xbox One
  

2020

Title Expected release Platform(s) Genre(s) Ref
Death March Club Unknown Win Action-adventure [1][2]
Gridiron Champions Unknown Win, PS4, XBO Sports game [3][4]
System Shock Q1 Win, Mac, Lin, PS4, XBO Action role-playing [5]

In development

Title Platform(s) Genre(s) Ref
Age of Empires IV Win Real-time strategy [6]
AI: The Somnium Files Win, PS4, NS Adventure [7]
Anonymous;Code NS, PS4, PSVita Visual novel [8]
Bayonetta 3 NS Action, hack and slash [9]
Beyond Good and Evil 2 Unknown Action-adventure [10]
Cyberpunk 2077 Win, PS4, XBO Action role-playing [11]
Death Stranding PS4 Action [12]
Doom Eternal Win, NS, PS4, XBO First-person shooter [13]
Dying Light 2 Win, PS4, XBO Action role-playing [14]
Elysian Shadows Win, Mac, Lin, DC, iOS, Droid, Ouya Action-adventure, role-playing [15]
Everywhere Unknown Unknown [16]
Evil Genius 2 Win Real-time strategy [17]
Final Fantasy VII Remake PS4 Action role-playing [18]
Gears Tactics Win Turn-based strategy [19]
Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Unknown [20]
Halo Infinite Win, XBO First-person shooter [21]
Hot Lava Win, Mac, Lin Platform [22]
Medieval Engineers Win Sandbox, simulation [23]
Metroid Prime 4 NS Action-adventure [24]
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Win Action role-playing [25]
Nioh 2 PS4 Action role-playing [26]
Parkitect Win, Mac, Lin Construction and management simulation [27]
Payday 3 Unknown First-person shooter [28]
Project Legion Win First-person shooter [29]
Quake Champions Win First-person shooter [30]
Red Ash: The Indelible Legend Win, PS4, XBO Action-adventure [31]
Serious Sam 4: Planet Badass Unknown First-person shooter [32]
Shin Megami Tensei V NS Role-playing [33]
Space Engineers Win, XBO Sandbox, simulation [34]
Spelunky 2 Win, PS4 Platform, roguelike [35]
Starfield Unknown Action role-playing [36]
System Shock 3 Unknown Action role-playing [37]
Telling Lies Unknown Interactive movie [38]
The Elder Scrolls VI Unknown Action role-playing [39]
The Last of Us Part II PS4 Action-adventure, survival horror [40]
The Talos Principle 2 Unknown Puzzle [41]
Total War Battles: Kingdom Win, Mac, iOS Strategy [42]
Unreal Tournament Win, Mac, Lin First-person shooter [43]
Untitled Avatar game developed by Massive Entertainment Unknown Unknown [44]
Untitled Avengers game developed by Crystal Dynamics Unknown Unknown [45]
Untitled Bungie video game Unknown Unknown [46]
Untitled Dragon Age video game Unknown Unknown [47]
Untitled Firaxis Games video game Unknown Unknown [48]
Untitled Gearbox Software game Unknown First-person shooter [49]
Untitled Ghost Story Games game Win Unknown [50]
Untitled Hangar 13 video game Unknown Unknown [51]
Untitled People Can Fly game Unknown Shooter [52]
Untitled Playground Games game Unknown Action role-playing [53]
Untitled Rocksteady Studios game Unknown Unknown [54]
Untitled Star Wars game developed by EA Vancouver Unknown Unknown [55]
Untitled Too Kyo Games game Unknown Unknown [56]
Untitled Too Kyo Games and Spike Chunsoft game Unknown Unknown [56]
Untitled WB Games Montréal game Unknown Unknown [57]
Untitled Ys game Unknown Unknown [58]
Wild PS4 Survival, adventure [59]
Witchbrook Win Simulation, role-playing [60]

List of vaporware games

The following list includes games that are considered as vaporware, in which they are stuck in development hell.

Title Platform(s) Genre(s) Ref
Agent PS3 Stealth, action [61]
Dead Island 2 Win, PS4, XBO Action role-playing [62]
Deep Down PS4 Action role-playing [63]
Earth No More Win, PS4, XBO First-person shooter [64]
Earthworm Jim 4 Unknown Platform, shoot 'em up [65]
Tekken X Street Fighter PS3, X360 Fighting, beat 'em up [66]

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