Top 15 NEW Exploration Games of 2021

Some video video games allow you to discover large open worlds, house, haunted homes, and every little thing in-between. Listed below are some 2021 exploration-based video games on PC, PS5, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch value trying ahead to.
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#15 Exo One

Platform: PC XSX|S

Launch Date: TBA

#14 Stray

Platform: PC PS5

Launch Date: October 2021

#13 Junkyard Simulator

Platform: PC

Launch Date: 2021

#12 Occupy Mars The Game

Platform: PC

Launch Date: TBA SOON

#11 Cranium & Bones

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One XSX PS5

Launch Date: TBA

#10 Open Roads


Launch Date: TBA 2021

#9 Everwild

Platform: XSX|S PC

Launch Date: TBA

#8 Season

Platform: PC

Launch Date: TBA

#7 Tchia

Platform: PC Stadia

Launch Date: TBA

#6 Returnal

Platform: PS5

Launch Date: April 30, 2021

#5 Sherlock Holmes Chapter One


Launch Date: TBA 2021

#4 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2

Platform: Switch

Launch Date: TBA

#3 Biomutant

Platform: PC PS4 Xbox One

Launch Date: Could 25, 2021

#2 Horizon Forbidden West

Platform : PS4 PS5

Launch Date : TBA 2021

#1 Everspace 2

Platform: PC

Launch Date: January 18, 2021

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  1. 15: Exo one 0:16
    14: Stray 1:24
    13: Junkyard simulator 2:08
    12: Ocuppy mars the game 3:03
    11: Skull and bones 3:44
    10: Open roads 4:33
    9: Everwild 5:14
    8: Season 5:53
    7: Tchia 6:35
    6: Returnal 7:14
    5: Sherlock holmes chapter one 7:50
    4: Zelda breath of the wild 2 8:44
    3: Biomutant 9:40
    2:Horizon forbidden west 10:30
    1: Everspace 2 11:19

    1. @william smith “Have you actually played the game or are you just hating on it” not gonna respond to somebody that doesnt read my comment.

    2. @Spurs_ Have you actually played the game or are you just hating on it, plus I can assure you even if a crappy song has more positive than negative reviews there are still enough negative to make it not “overwhelmingly positive”, that meaning at least 95 percent positive in steam’s terms, plus comparing how PC video games are reviewed to how mainstream songs are reviewed is a bit unfair, if you compare the reviews to all the other survival games, that being stuff like rust, ark, raft, it is obvious that the majority of people that played valheim enjoyed it a lot more. You said “will never be finished” but it already has basically no bugs and lots of content despite releasing in early access 10 days ago. Very few video games have overwhelmingly positive reviews on steam, and not a single one on this list didn’t deserve it, we have portal 1/2, ultrakill, a short hike, half life alyx, TABS, factorio, rimworld, the binding of Isaac, hades, the witcher 3, a hat in time, oneshot, baba is you, the list goes on but the games are all extremely good, hence their ratings

    1. @Eko Fever a game worth looking up lol

      Open world viking survival craft tho, get plopped in to world, have to fight 5 bosses to beat the game but u can take your time and do it whenever and however and its COOP

    1. @Clatorade Ye I’ve watched him I love the guy he’s pretty funny. But agreed IGN is trash in terms of journalism and reviews

    2. @Téo Stay away from IGN, their reviews are trash in my opinion. Go to “Worth A Buy” page and watch his review on it. I personally love the game so far.

    3. @Jacob Arguello Everyone has been saying it’s really good although I haven’t played it yet. Still waiting on Youtubers and reviewers to catch up since it’s trending so hard on steam atm. IGN is so late as always reporting only Triple-A games and I can’t believe no one is talking about it on YT.
      Some reviews on steam have been saying it is pretty good that it feels like they’re playing Minecraft again back to square one.
      There’s lots of content coming up in the future as well apparently

  2. for sherlock holmes I love how he was talking about it having a really fun story and the characters were looking at a grave LOL

    1. Idk but it better be actually open world. Hyrule Warriors was an enjoyable game for some, well a lot of people but I was disappointed it wasnt more open world and free roam like BOTW. At least a litle bit, I havent gotten very far into it yet but thats partly because the hack hack hack , slash slash slash of it becomes redundant and boring.

    1. @The Law it’s an art style. It’s the reason the game is only 558mb. This game will be huge and run on a potato android in 2 years.

    2. Idk why but i felt like its a kind of side scroller or 2d, the game have amazing mechanics but the textures and grass is dogshit

  3. I’m surprised falcon didn’t see Horizon getting a sequel as the end literally leans toward more adventures to come with the amount of lore that was given to us at the very end


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