Whether you're a recent owner of a next-generation game console or can't decide to buy one or not, Xbox One and Playstation 4 have some exciting new games set to be released soon. Let's take a look at some of the new games for both systems.


The Crew (TBD 2014)

This racing game is making a lot of promises that gamers could be skeptical about. If the game can deliver, it will be the largest racing simulation game ever made. First, it will be an always-online game. That could be good or bad depending on your style of gaming. Next, supposedly every American road will be featured in the game allowing racers to compete all over the U.S. Finally, team racing will be featured. This will allow users to join up with friends and compete against other teams of racers.

Destiny (Coming Sept. 9)

From the same creators as Halo (Bungie) comes Destiny. The game can be played on your own, but it's best to be played online. With its realistic settings and tons of guns to choose from, Destiny looks like a great game, and it's been getting rave reviews. 

Check out this video of online play for the game:



Wolfenstein: The New Order (Coming May 20)

A classic game gets a twist. This time the Nazis have taken over the world. Wolfenstein: The New Order gets realistic features while maintaining it's run-and-gun gameplay through the corridors like on Wolfenstein 3D.

Assassin's Creed: Unity (TBD 2014)

The successful Assassin's Creed series continues to get better. This time Creed will head to Paris and the French Revolution. Creator Ubisoft is planning to create a super realistic and detailed replica of Paris for the game. 

Final Fantasy XV (TBD 2014)

Another successful series gets some changes. Final Fantasy 15 adds modern touches and tons of characters. The newest Final Fantasy game is the most exciting release in the series for quite some time. The game's trailers should get gamers excited again for Final Fantasy.

UFC 14 (TBD 2014)

UFC is moving to EA this time. UFC 14 promises to be one of the most realistic MMA games ever made. It will use EA's physics engine and character models to deliver a realistic fighting experience. Expect all of your favorite UFC stars to make it into the game.