I think the consensus is that 2022 was a strong year, but 2023 is looking positively gluttonous.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom - Yes, Nintendo has finally given it a name and a date. Breath of the Wild was a landmark and I'm excited to see what's next.
Starfield - This had a date, but did we really believe it? We did see a lot of trailers and teasers, at least. It's the ship customization that has me most intrigued.
Final Fantasy XVI - I'm mostly tuned out of Final Fantasy these days, but the trailers do look pretty epic.
Star Wars Jedi Survivor - I'm actually surprised it's so close (March!). I enjoyed the first one even with its little bit of jank, so I hope the team can polish it a little more now that they have the formula down.
Forspoken - I've been intrigued ever since the early trailers, but the demo may not have been enough to move it into the "must buy" pile.
Spider-Man 2 - Sony and Insomniac recently blogged that it's set for late 2023, although we have few details and I'm not even sure that's the final title.
The Plucky Squire - Included just because I think it has the best trailer of 2022.
And then there's early access, always muddying up threads like this: Everspace 2 sounds set for a 1.0 release in 2023. I'm also wondering when the right time will be to jump into Nebulous: Fleet Command and Terra Invicta. The early access launch of Kerbal Space Program 2, on the other hand, may have me actually playing on early access day one, which is something I never do. (All four of those are space games, hmmm... oh wait, Baldur's Gate 3 is supposed to be graduating too.)
Also worth watching is the PSVR2 hardware and its launch titles, especially Horizon Call of the Mountain. Personally I doubt even a Horizon fan such as myself can justify more VR hardware.
What did I miss? What has you excited?