Top 15 New Single Player Games Of 2020

You don’t always have to jump online and go through a game with other players. Sure it’s nice to go along a campaign with a friend or two, but sometimes you rather just sit back and enjoy a video game alone. Either after a hard day at work or a long session at school, tuning in to a fantasy world and going through a video game can turn things around. If you’re a fan of single-player focused video games and want a heads up on what to expect for 2020, then we have you covered. In this list, we’re going to showcase some of the more anticipated video games releasing in this coming year. Likewise, check back often as we’ll continue to monitor and update this post when new video game titles are revealed.


#15 Super Meat Boy Forever

  • Developer: Team Meat
  • Publisher: Team Meat
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, XBO, NS, Mobile
  • Release: 2020
  • Co-op: N/A
  • Competitive Multiplayer: N/A

When it comes to indie games, you probably can think of a few that really sticks out from over the year and among those few, we’re willing to bet that Super Meat Boy is one of the titles among them. The game was an excellent platformer that followed a hunk of meat that had to carefully maneuver around dangerous obstacles in order to clear a stage level. It was an addicting game to play with the levels progressively getting difficult as you attempted to rescue your love interest Bandage Girl from the evil Dr. Fetus.

We’re getting a sequel installment known as Super Meat Boy Forever. What originally started out as a mobile version of Super Meat Boy, what ended up being created was a sequel installment. The video game follows a new narrative in which players are after Dr. Fetus once again after he kidnaps Meat Boy’s and Bandage Girl’s child, Nugget. Unlike the first installment, the game is an endless runner that you’ll have to quickly make the necessary jumps and dodges as you progress through the levels.

What will make the game a bit more unique is the fact that this title will use randomly generated levels which are crafted up by the player’s skill level. By picking out designs crafted up by the designers, this title will be able to create a unique level design while also providing players a real challenge.

#14 Twin Mirror  
  • Developer: Dontnod Entertainment
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, XBO
  • Release: 2020
  • Co-op: N/A
  • Competitive Multiplayer: N/A

Dontnod Entertainment has a new episodic adventure title for players to enjoy. The development studio may be best known for their Life is Strange series but the next episodic journey coming this year that’s not attached to the Life is Strange franchise is Twin Mirror. This is an upcoming psychological thriller which follows a protagonist named Sam who returns back to his old hometown to attend the funeral service of his best friend. Things take a turn for the worse when he awakens with no memories of the previous day while covered in blood.

The development studio is not known for delivering video games with a multiplayer component. Ever since their first release, Remember Me a last generation game that released in 2013, Dontnod Entertainment has only developed titles with single-player in mind. They also seem to thrive on their narrative journeys that are filled with choices and consequences which does give some incentives in not only playing it casually on your own but going back to replay the game to see just how certain situations would have potentially played out.

#13 Ghost of Tsushima

  • Developer: Sucker Punch Productions
  • Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
  • Platforms: PS4
  • Release: TBD
  • Co-op: N/A
  • Competitive Multiplayer: N/A

An upcoming action-adventure game that may be a quick sale for players due to the developer working on it alone is Ghost of Tsushima. Sucker Punch Productions is the development studio behind the game and it’s slated to be based around the last samurai of a small island. We’ve seen this game on and off over the past couple years, but we’re hoping that it makes out of development and into the market before the end of 2020.

As mentioned, this is a game based around the last samurai of Tsushima Island. Set in 1274, players step into the role of Jin Sakai, who is the last person fighting back for the island after it was invaded by Mongols. With samurai no longer being the prime threat, Jin quickly understands that he will need to resort to a new fighting technique known as the Ghost, to successfully fight back.

#12 Gods & Monsters
  • Developer: Ubisoft
  • Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Platforms: NS, PC, Google Stadia, XBO, PS4
  • Release: February 25, 2020
  • Co-op: TBA
  • Competitive Multiplayer: TBA

From the same team that brought out Assassin’s Creed Odyssey comes a visually different experience. Gods & Monsters was officially revealed during Ubisoft’s E3 2019 press conference briefing and it another title from the team that involves Greek mythology. In this game, players step into the role of a customized character who must stop the Typhon, a force that had taken out the Greek gods but it seems that these goods have given you powers to aid you during your journey of slaying down the beasts that come your way.

Visually, this game looks very similar to Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and again, similarly, there will be puzzles, dungeons, and bosses to take out. This will also be an open world based video game but we don’t have any details yet on just how large this world is especially in comparison to the team’s previous release of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.

#11 Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

  • Developer: Ubisoft
  • Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Platforms: PC, PS4, XBO, XSX, PS5
  • Release: 2020
  • Co-op: N/A
  • Competitive Multiplayer: N/A

After Assassins’ Creed Odyssey launched into the market, Ubisoft opted to put the franchise on hold for a year and take time to craft the next installment carefully before its release. As a result, Ubisoft has introduced Assassin’s Creed Valhalla which is slated to release this year. We only have one trailer for the game so far and information is a bit scarce. As a result, more information is bound to come out over the coming months as Ubisoft prepares for a launch towards the end of 2020. In this game, players will be following a Viking expansion that is moved into England where we are supposedly going to have at least four major kingdoms to explore.

The Assassin’s Creed franchise is easy to dive into, especially as of late with players able to step into a unique individual character role and live out their life. From Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, players are able to freely explore, meet with different characters, align themselves with certain factions, and tweak their character with a wide range of gear pieces. That’s all likely to make a return, but we do know of at least one major change-up from the last installment. In Assassins’ Creed Odyssey, players felt like they had to grind in order to progress the game. With this installment, you can progress and play the game you’d like to enjoy. Ultimately, if you want to enjoy the single-player campaign then you can do so from beginning to end. Whereas in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, players had to reach certain level caps which oftentimes resulted in completing side quests.