Are there too many new releases in February 2022?

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Elden Ring, Horizon Forbidden West, and Dying Light 2 are big-budget games that have been delayed into February 2022. However, they aren’t the only ones. A number of games big and small were either already scheduled to launch in February or also got delayed.

Now we might be facing the video game equivalent of armageddon for our wallets just after the new year. Are you ready for it?

Let us know which February 2022 releases you are looking forward to the most in the comments and thanks for watching.

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[Wiki] Game Releases 2022

[GameSpot] Game Releases in February 2022

[The Gamer] February 2022 Is Going To Kill Us All, Please Delay Something

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