Which games that will/could likely come out this year are you guys planning on buying? Here's my own list Hogwarts Legacy - probably a Day One purchase Final Fantasy 16 - I've played every single mainline game that was a new release in the series, dating back 32 years. But still, the changes in the format are giving me pause. It might be the first time that I don't buy a FF game at launch, but I'll surely eventually play it. Octopath Traveler 2 - I played the first one on the Switch, and it was an interesting game. Essentially a SNES era Final Fantasy game in all but name. This one is supposed to be bigger and deeper. Star Wars: Jedi Survivor - the last game was very good, but also very short. Its beautiful and the controls are excellent, but its also not very deep. Absolutely going to play this one, but maybe not at full price. Assassins Creed Mirage - Its a mainline AC game, so I'm in. Wary about the change back to the old style and the apparent shorter content length. My Time at Sandrock - its predecessor, My Time at Portia, was a small game by a Chinese studio. It basically could have been a PS2 game in every respect - graphics, gameplay, UI, etc. However in spite of that, it was still fun, with a deep crafting system and an interesting relationship system with dozens of NPCs. I'm curious about this one, but its already more than a year late. Catan: Console Edition - I'll be honest, I bought the board game and can't really get a grip on how to play, lol. I figure that the video game version will teach me enough to teach others, and be a fun time on its own as well. I also plan to get Ratchet & Clank and God Of War Ragnarok on discount or vis PS+ this year as well.