Shroud reveals his most anticipated games of 2019

Eli Becht
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There’s been plenty of great games already in 2019, but Twitch streamer Michael ‘shroud‘ Grzesiek shared which ones he’s still looking for to the most throughout the rest of the year.

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While you can mostly catch Shroud playing various first-person shooters on his stream, he has shown an interest in trying out a variety of other games.

In the past, he has dabbled with games like Last Year: The Nightmare, Jurassic World Evolution and more recently, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. 

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Shroud (Twitter)Even his recent scooter injury didn’t prevent Shroud from streaming.

Shroud is excited for the new games on the horizon

There are always new games in the pipeline for players to play and Shroud shares the same excitement as everyone else when it comes to new titles.

Some new games on the horizon for the rest of the year include Mortal Kombat 11, Days Gone, Rage 2, Borderlands 3 and many more that just don’t have release dates yet.

In a response to a question that talks about 2019 being a bad year for games, shroud says 2019 has been good and it’s going to keep improving.

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“2019 has been a great year for games and it’s only gonna get better in a couple more months as more games come up,” he said. “Games that I’m looking forward to like Borderlands 3, Cyberpunk, the [next Elder Scrolls Online] expansion.”

Shroud shares this excitement with many others

These are all games that many players are undoubtedly excited for. The Borderlands 3 reveal created tons of hype, Cyberpunk 2077 has been anticipated for what feels like years now and The Elder Scrolls Online just keeps getting better with each update that releases.

Gearbox SoftwareBorderlands 3 is one of the most-anticipated games of 2019.

It looks like we can expect Shroud to continue his recent trend of diving into variety streaming while trying out some of the biggest releases that 2019 has in store throughout the next eight months. 

Until these high-profile games finally release, fans will have to be content watching Shroud go through his normal rotation of battle royale games with a sprinkle of RPGs like Elder Scrolls thrown in here and there.