Resident Evil 2 HD News – Most Anticipated Horror Games of 2019

Resident Evil 2 HD News – Most Anticipated Horror Games of 2019

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2019 is shaping up to be a huge year for horror gamers, primarily for one, big, Resident Evil-shaped hole that’s going to be filled in our blackened hearts. The treats don’t end there though and we have plenty of potential horror gems flying under the radar. There’s also a handful that didn’t make the list such as Metro Exodos and Man of Medan, but more on those later…

Resident Evil 2 Remake

One of the greatest survival horror games of all time, Resident Evil 2 is being given the love it deserves with this total remake. Set within Raccoon City in 1998, Resident Evil 2 Remake will feature two distinct storylines as both Leon and Claire, an entirely new area known as the Orphanage, an over-the-shoulder camera, and one of the most fantastic visual upgrades we’ve ever seen in a remake. We’re not sure if we’re excited or terrified about the prospect of the Tyrant chasing us through these cramped corridors once more.


The Sinking City

Lovecraftian horror games are a dime a dozen these days, although the vast majority really do deserve to be sucked into the infinite cosmos. Frogwares’ The Sinking city isn’t pulling any punches when it comes to mind-altering psychological horror though. Unpredictable sums up every bit of footage we’ve seen so far. The Sherlock Holmes maestros are definitely exploring new territory here, including an open-world, an open-ended investigation system, and an array of 1920s weaponry which you desperately hope can destroy these fish-faced horrors.


Dying Light 2

Now we’re really talking. It was a big surprise when Dying Light turned out to be as fantastic as it was, particularly when taken in the context of the Dead Island series. Techland is a studio that can identify and learn from its mistakes, which makes Dying Light 2 a very exciting prospect indeed. All the E3 2018 gameplay showcase did was have us thirsting for more, particularly when we heard master pen & paper storyteller Chris Avellone was getting in on the action.


World War Z

I got in trouble for saying it was a terrible movie last time I talked about it so, er, I won’t mention that this time. Oops. Still, I have absolute, 100% faith that World War Z the game will be better than World War Z the movie. It’s you and up to three buddies taking on some impressively large hordes of zombies. They’ve got numbers of their side and human steak on the brain.



Scorn has been kicking around for a while having been successfully funded on Kickstarter just over a year ago. Part 1 was actually due to launch in October but the Scorn team managed to receive some additional funding which has allowed them to work towards releasing Scorn as a complete game in 2019. Scorn is a first-person horror adventure game with FPS mechanics and a thoroughly grim art style.

Get voting for which game you’re most hyped for, and if it’s a game not mentioned here then let everyone else know what it is in the comments section below!


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