2021 starts with a tense calm, without stock and considering what the very first year of the brand-new generation has in store for us.

Bit by bit we are seeing how the Coronavirus pandemic is impacting a world like ours, that of video games, which seemed to be bomb-proof. We finished an excellent 2020 in this of digital home entertainment and we started with a brand-new year for hope. Deep down, no dive in the year is a breakdown or a turning point, and 2021 is heir to whatever that we dragged from current months. Which begins to weigh.

The year begins and we are still out of stock of PS5 and Xbox Series X, consoles that fly between bots and a few lucky ones. It does not seem that it will be repaired in the short-term. Which, which is turning the arrival of platforms into one of the worst sales outlets of the brand-new generation that are remembered, is also dragging effects. Without going any more: Homeowner Evil Village, announced as a video game just for the next gen, changed its mind at last week’s display: likewise on PS4 and Xbox One. It has its reasoning. A financial investment of a game like this is not going to pay with an absolutely broken stock like the one that presently exists. And May sounds far away, however it’s here next door.

It is Homeowner Evil Town, in any case, one of the huge names that awaits us in this2021 The demo of Maiden, a visual trip with the RE Engine operating on PS5, is a show and the umpteenth demonstration, along with the demonstration of Beast Hunter Increase, which Capcom has long back returned in a big way.

Numerous might believe what is the point of getting a big project on consoles that can not be bought due to absence of stock

2021, if anything, is in a moment of tense calm. We can’t complain about some of the names that are currently here, like Hitman 3, and in a couple of days The Medium gets here. But the reality is that the instant future is a bit up in the air. The removal of some release dates in the current Sony trailer is one example. Nobody has yet denied us that names like Halo: Infinite, Ratchet and Horizon: Forbidden West show up in 2021, and we hope so, however the absence of uniqueness on lots of fronts, with the lack of stock, can be the perfect storm. Is it worth securing an exclusive on consoles that are not having an exit? At the moment names like Far Cry 6, Dying Light 2 (no date), Hogwards Tradition, Rainbow Six: Quarantine and Riders Republic have been lagging behind. They will not be the only ones.

The very first year of the brand-new generation always has a shift point.

We will not deny that we have begun the year strong. Will 2021 be the year or will it be another deadlock?

Be that as it may, as each beginning of the year has lots of purposes, mine is to compose a weekly column to evaluate the news, more general or in detail (as required) that surrounds us. This being the very first of 50, if I don’t fail in my intent. May videogames be with us, we will continue to need them as we have needed them in 2020.


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