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Upcoming Indie Games You Must Try in 2020

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2020 will bring in a new decade of gaming. From exciting titles from AAA Studios such as The Last of Us 2 and Cyberpunk 2077 to a new generation of consoles with the launch of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. Indie gaming is no exception to the new dawn of gaming. Here are some awesome indies to keep your eye on in 2020.
Days of War (PC)
Launching fully in early 2020, Days of War is a competitive online first-person shooter that re-imagines the team-based, closed quarters, non-stop action of classic World War II multiplayer shooters. With tight controls and intense action, players will feel immersed in the battlefield.
Bite The Bullet (PC, Switch, Xbox One)
Satisfy your appetite for destruction in 2020 by eating enemies, bullets and more to powerup your character, weapons, and abilities in the Rogue-like shooter Bite The Bullet. Gun down adversaries with a barrage of bullets before dining on their corpses to craft new weapons, energize skills and special attacks, and transform into a powerful Zombro form to smash foes into smithereens.
REZ PLZ (Switch, PC, Xbox One)
Kill a sibling, friend, or loved one over and over and over again in pixel art puzzle platformer REZ PLZ. In REZ PLZ, 1-2 players control two wizard brothers who possess the power of resurrection. Solve puzzles, platforming challenges, and more as well as encounter dangerous monsters and traps that require you to KILL one of the wizard brothers to advance and stop the evil wizards of Dark Arcanum.
Cyber Hook (PC, Switch)
Want to enjoy some speedrunning while gazing at the beautiful retro wave visuals of the ’80s? Then 3-D action platformer Cyber Hook has what you need. Cyber Hook has you using parkour skills and a grappling hook to scale and ride walls while fighting enemies and blasting blocks with a finger laser gun. Hurdle forward in a vibrant retro wave environment to test parkour abilities, but be careful, because one missed jump can mean life or death.

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