Have a look at the best upcoming videogames of the moment for PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch and let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

 

The last of us: Part II

 

2013′s The Last of Us will officially be getting the sequel it deserves. In the latest trailer reveal for The Last of Us: Part II, we catch up with an older Ellie and Joel as they begin to venture onto a new journey. The trailer keeps things to a minimal aesthetic displaying its outstanding graphics down to the signs of battle upon Ellie’s face. So one of the best game of the last year is making its comeback, out for revenge, check out the duo in the trailer above.

 

 

Death Stranding

 

With Konami drama firmly in the rearview, Metal Gear visionary Hideo Kojima had the opportunity to take the stage at The Game Awards last night after Konami banned him from last year’s ceremony in the wake of their ongoing conflict. So he just dropped another major teaser for Death Stranding, releasing a brand new trailer for the game at The Games Awards 2016 running in real-time on PS4 Pro. It doesn't really reveal much more about the game beyond introducing a couple of new characters: Hannibal star Mads Mikkelsen and celebrated film director Guillermo del Toro will feature in the game alongside Norman Reedus. Somehow just as weird as the trailer that premiered back in June at E3, the latest look at the Kojima Productions project sheds light on the game’s potential antagonists as none other than Guillermo del Toro and Mads Mikkelsen star in the five-minute piece.

 

 

Mass Effect: Andromeda

 

Mass Effect: Andromeda, set to launch in March 2017, just dropped an epic gameplay trailer in 4K. In what the developers are calling “the next gen action RPG,” the nearly five minute long video highlights what makes this game worthy of the title. In an open-world galaxy, the player, known as a Pathfinder, will have to “find, steal, and craft” their way to success. To no one’s surprise, there are dangers awaiting around nearly every corner. Actions speak louder than words so we’ll let the trailer above do the talking.

 

 

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

 

Nintendo has released a new preview trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild which is set to hit shelves in 2017. The title was originally announced in 2013 and was supposed to drop as a Wii U exclusive in 2015, but has since been announced for the upcoming hybrid portable home console in March. Already delayed twice, fans have been skeptical of whether the game will be worth the wait, but what we do know from the teaser is that this title will be open world and follow Link as he tries to defeat timeless antagonist Ganon. Check out the video above and drop a comment on your favorite Zelda title.