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Upcoming Mindblowing Android/iOS Games 2020 and Beyond

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Mobile-based gaming is slowly taking over the gaming industry and a lot of companies have been focusing on delivering a true platform altering experience, we have compiled a list of games that will certainly be huge on android and iOS device in the coming year.

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Upcoming Best Android/iOS Games 2020

Call of Duty: Mobile

Call of Duty: Mobile is currently one of the best mobile game in 2019. It may have already launched but it surely will be one of the biggest games on the mobile platform, the first-week players involvement was more than enough to define that Call of Duty: Mobile is certainly going probably be one of the biggest mobile games ever.

It did not just take on well established mobile battle royale games like Fortnite and PUBG but completely decimated the opposition. It helps that Call of Duty already is a worldwide familiar product and the mobile version plays as good as the other console and PC versions. The gameplay is just as immersive as always and the ability to jump into the game almost virtually from anywhere is the cherry on the icing.

Apex Legends

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Respawn Entertainment may have sneakily released Apex Legends without much hype but it could not keep it down once it was released. A worthy opponent to Fortnite, Apex Legends has been on an upward rise ever since it was released with many streamers switching to this battle Royale which shares the  TitanFall 2 universe.

The mobile version was announced shortly after and just like Call of Duty: Mobile it has the potential to take over from its competitors, the PC, and console version is already one of the best game out there, but the mobile version will certainly bring a ton of more players to this amazing title.

Ace Force

If you like taking on robots with a bunch of friends by your side then Ace Force will excite you, Ace Force is available on both iOS and Android and will have you coursing through the story as you play along.

If you are a fan of games like Overwatch, then this game should be high up on your wishlist, every character you select gives you a unique weapon and a special power which makes every character have a personality of its own.

Code Name: Live

Tencent is already the biggest mobile-based game developer and its latest game Code Name: Live is another take to show off its prowess in this genre. Tencent has quickly become one of the most profitable companies in mobile gaming and Code Name: Live, a survival-based game looks amazing.

The premise looks that of a zombie apocalypse, this immersive experience is trying to bring out the console level of gaming to the mobile platform and it looks like Code Name: Live might just be that.

Sky: Children of the Light

Sky: Children of the Light seem like the perfect sequel to Journey and like the previous entry this does not only limit you to land but you get to fly and travel through the beautifully breathtaking landscapes in Sky: Children of the Light.

You get a really good multiplayer option as other players can join in your game and then you will see them as ghosts and this shared journey. This journey of sharing light makes the game more memorable. This new multiplayer mode is probably the best we have seen yet and it’s not only that the game only relies on multiplayer, but the single-player mission also gives a heart-touching experience.

Battle Prime

Battle Prime looks like the perfect collaboration of the Call of Duty series and Counter Strike, a game with set maps and tons of weapons, you are going to always find tons of enemies. Battle Prime looks like it will challenge the big games in this genre. Battle Prime is built on a unique and custom engine and as of right now it looks and works perfectly.

You have classes and each class has its speciality, a lot like Call of Duty but at the same time, the game feels and plays completely different. You can change armor as and when you level up.

Minecraft Earth

Imagine a Pokemon Go version of Minecraft and you will have a clear picture of Minecraft Earth, but the best part about this already looks like the augmented reality integration which will let you build your structures in real-time and this will be fantastic as you can possibly start building anywhere.

You can check out Minecraft Earth on iOS and Android devices, it has been recently released and you can join millions of other players. The release of Minecraft Earth is relatively staggered but once the developers have a good response it will surely be released to everyone on the planet.

Devil May Cry Pinnacle of Combat

Sadly we don’t know when this will be released but if you are a fan of the Devil May Cry series then you are sure to go to pay a lot of attention to Devil May Cry Pinnacle of Combat. Two of the biggest icons of the Hack n’ Slash genre come to the mobile device.

This will give mobile players to explore the world of Dante and Nero as they cut through monsters and save earth in spectacular fashion. The early footages already look amazing and if this can match what the other versions have for offer. Devil May Cry Pinnacle of Combat will be one to look out for.

Little Nightmares

Little Nightmares already looks like an amazing horror puzzle-solving game, a 2D performer which has amazing graphics and it will certainly be on a lot of players’ minds to check this artistic horror game, which will excite, scare and soothe you at the same time.

The world that Little Nightmare may not keep up at night being afraid but it will surely have a lasting impact on you. Little Nightmare’s mobile version which is already released is titled Very Little Nightmares and it will have you puzzled as you take this yellow jacket girl through a world full of despair.

These are all the games that we think will surely change mobile platform gaming for years to come, make sure you let us know what you think about them. Also check – What is Steam Remote Play & How it Works?

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