New Year’s Gaming Resolution for 2022

2022 is just around the corner and it is going to be yet another exciting year for gaming. Time to make some New Year’s resolutions that will improve your own situation and the gaming scene as a whole. We know it is not easy, so here’s are some suggestions to get your New Year’s Resolutions going.


Finish the Games Sitting in your Game Library

It’s time to open up your game library and come to terms with the games you have left untouched in your game library. 2022 will eventually see some big releases, we have the highly anticipated Elden Ring, and Pokemon Legends: Arceus. So it’s time to finally finish up some of those games that have been lingering for weeks, months, or even years so that you can make way for even more exciting games.


Truly Master at Least One Game

Been dying to get that achievement in Cyberpunk 2077? Or have you been wanting to get better at FPS? 2022 is a great year to really drill down and master something. Really become good at a fighting or action game or 100 percent that new RPG. It’s more satisfying to master one game than half-finish a half dozen, and your bank account will thank you. You might even get to level up yourself in the process.


Be Kind to your In-Game Friends

We’re all passionate about this hobby, but that passion can turn into anger when a teammate does something you don’t like and eventually costs us the game. Totally understandable, but that said, do keep in mind that our friends want to win the game just as much as we do. It’s important to remember that everyone is on the same team, and be kind (with your words) with one another.


Play More Games With Friends or Family

It is commonly believed that gaming is at its best when you’re playing with someone close to you on the same couch, or, failing that, a real friend over the Internet. Unfortunately, it’s all too easy to fall into the habit of just playing randoms online – to start thinking of the people you’re playing strictly as adversaries instead of friends. A lot of modern games, particularly battle royale stuff, really encourages that. You’ll start to feel a little better about the hobby, and have to absorb a lot less abuse from trolls, if you make the time to game with friends and family more often. It is a great way to connect with each other during the pandemic as well.


Try Something New

There will be a lot to look forward to in 2022, so why not branch out with something new? Give a genre you’ve never tried a spin, or give one you gave up on long ago another shot. Give that quirky indie a chance.


So, there you go, a few suggested New Year’s resolutions for our fellow gamers. Of course, nobody’s forcing you to take any advice! What gaming resolutions will you be making in the new year?



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