The Best Soon-To-Launch Mobile Games

27 November, 2022 Gaming

The Best Soon-To-Launch Mobile Games


There are two things that we've always loved and will always love about mobile games. The first is that they tend to be cheaper to acquire than console games - although they don't necessarily stay cheaper if you don't keep your eye on how much you're spending within the apps. The second is that we can take them with us wherever we go, and we always have them on our person. So long as you have your phone, you have your games. You need never be bored again.


If there's a problem with mobile games - other than the cost issue we mentioned a moment ago - it's that they end. Unless you're playing MMOs or games that don't have a defined endpoint, you're eventually going to either finish the game or get bored with it. That's where this page comes in. We're always looking over the horizon to see which great mobile games are coming soon, and we're pleased to report that the schedule for the end of 2022 and the beginning of 2023 looks fantastic. Allow us to prove it by clueing you in on the best releases happening soon!



This has been the biggest "coming soon" mobile game for a very long time now. We first heard whispers about a version of Valorant for mobile phones as long ago as June 2021, so we can forgive those of you who'd begun to suspect that it would never happen. We've seen the trailer, though, and we know that it is. Fourteen million people play the PC version of VALORANT every day, so the potential reach of this game is huge. Sure, the market is already bloated with countless team FPS shooters, but this one is special. Unless everything that makes the PC game special has somehow been lost in translation - and we have no reason to suspect that it has - this ought to be one of the biggest mobile games of 2023, and probably 2024 and 2025, too.


Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile

If you're into gaming, you can't possibly have missed the fact that there's a new console version of Call of Duty out now. What you may have missed is that there's also a new version of Call of Duty: Mobile coming - specifically, Call of Duty Warzone Mobile. Despite some initial concerns, Call of Duty has translated well to the mobile format. It's even made it to online casinos, with versions of Call of Duty 4 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare that have been turned into slots. They're a little old now, and they've been de-listed in a couple of places, but our sources indicate that plenty of casino operators still list them on their sites and offer them to players. Speaking of "offering to players," you can pre-register for Call of Duty Warzone Mobile now. That's all we can tell you for the moment because aside from the fact that the game will come out in 2023, details about this one are being kept under wraps. It's bound to be a hit, though.


Racing Master

Like VALORANT Mobile, Racing Master is a game that feels like it's been in development since the dawn of time. Look at the comments underneath every post on its Facebook page, and you'll see that potential customers are bored of the wait and have been for a long time. We'd advocate patience, though, because this could be the greatest mobile racing game of all time. It's nominally a NetEase product, but NetEase has worked with Codemasters on it - and nobody knows how to put a racing game together better than Codemasters. Graphically it's stunning, it appears to have unbelievable depth, and the physics engine it uses has been built from the group up. There are real cars, real racetracks, and (allegedly) realistic gameplay. The most recent Racing Master beta tests took place in September, and they were the third set, so we have to assume that a release date is coming closer.


Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis

The best piece of advice that we can give to Final Fantasy fans who are excited about the prospects of a Final Fantasy mobile game is to ignore the "VII" in the title. We know that Final Fantasy VII has a special place in the hearts of players and is probably the most beloved game in the long-running series, but we're not sure why Square Enix has attached it to this game. There will be elements of stories from Final Fantasy VII in it, but there will also be elements of every other Final Fantasy game included, thanks to monthly updates. Players have been promised that they'll have full control of the narrative, so they can play the "episodes" in whatever order they wish. We realise that there'll be a lot of interest in this one, so check out the game's official Wikipedia entry if you want more information.


Propnight Mobile

Propnight is a weird game. We're not going to make any bones about that, nor are we going to try to pretend that it isn't. It was quietly released on Steam about a year ago and owes its name to the fact that it uses Prop Hunt mechanics. This is a survival horror game, but it combines (to an extent) the battle royale mechanics of Fortnite with the "guess who the killer is" hook that made Among Us such a huge success. Will the mobile version of Propnight come anywhere close to the success of the two games we just mentioned? No, it won't even get close, but it offers a unique experience and a lot of imagination. We can't think of another game where we can turn into a chair to stay safe from the monsters. If you take away the horror elements, Propnight is essentially a multiplayer hide-and-seek game - and who doesn't love playing hide-and-seek?


There will be more great mobile games to come as the release schedule for early 2023 fills up, so check back regularly to find out what's going to be hot and what almost certainly will not.


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