After the massive launch of the AAA game last month, one would naturally expect the following days to be a barren wasteland. In November, however, PlayStation turned hot with God of War Ragnarök, an epic-scale title that promises a sombre father-son story that takes frequent breaks to slay the oncoming hordes of monsters. Following closely behind is Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, an extension of Activision’s free-to-play battle royale game, which introduces the massive Al Mazrah map. Fans may recognize the setting from the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 remake campaign segment.
On the handheld front, we’ve got Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, the first open-world RPG in the monster-hunting franchise, upgrading the ante with new online features, such as co-op mode, as you engage in Tera Raid battles and explore the Paldea region. Nintendo Switch is also bringing in chirpy awards from Hazelight, It takes two, where you team up with a friend and take control of the bickering couple Cody and May, tasked with solving multiple puzzles. It launches November 9 on the platform and comes with a Friend’s Pass – like everywhere else – so only one of the players needs to own the game.
The co-op fun lasts in Warhammer 40,000: Darktide, as you’re dropped into the unforgiving beehive city of Tertium to face a bloodthirsty foe – a heretic cult known as the Admonition, who seek to win control of the planet Atoma Prime. After all that hunting, one might need to relax a bit. So why not turn into a nasty farm animal and wreak havoc on a sandbox town in Goat Simulator 3?
With that, here are the eight biggest titles coming to PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S/X in November 2022.
When: November 8
Where: Android, iPad, iOS, Mac, PC, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series S / X
Take the reigns of a football club and play against other top managers in the world in Football Manager 2023. Over the years, the series has offered unrivaled tactical football management simulation gameplay. This time, the manager AI is even more realistic than before with an overhauled decision-making. The match engine has also been updated to include new player animations.
Football Manager 2023 will eventually include the UEFA Champions League, as well as other UEFA club competitions such as the UEFA Europa League and the UEFA Europa Conference League. The game will also include an improved recruiting and scouting system, allowing you to develop a world-class squad by developing players from your youth team.
When: November 8
Where: PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series S / X
By Sega The upcoming platform game brings a new spin to the popular pace, with lots of open areas to run and fight. Set in the clouds, the Starfall Islands are where the protagonist is stranded and must battle enemies on five large islands. In Sonic FrontiersYou can also do side quests, solve puzzles, climb tall structures or go fishing, if you want.
Developer Sonic Team has also added portals for you to enter the levels of Cyberspace, providing a variety of challenges. You’ll need to explore the remains of an ancient civilization to protect the inhabitants of the Starfall Islands from a major threat from robots.
God of War Ragnarok
When: November 9
In which: PS4, PS5
Three years since the event God of War 2018Kratos and a now-teenage Atreus must journey into the Nine Realms in search of answers, as Asgardian forces prepare for Ragnarök, a battle prophesied that will lead to the end of the day and the death of a number of Norse gods.
Along the way, players can explore mythical landscapes on God of War: Ragnarok, while overcoming countless enemies in the form of gods and monsters. Even Freya aka the Wood Witch is hot on your way now, on her quest to avenge her dead son Baldur. Last heard of the Queen of the Valkyrie searching for her wings, promises an exciting battle as the secondary villain.
God of War Ragnarök expands the combat element by introducing new combos and abilities, such as a grappling mechanic, where Kratos can use Blades of Chaos to cling to tall surfaces and pull himself. up. There’s now a shield payload that caters to both parry and block gameplay, along with the ability weapon transmission with elemental attacks like ice or fire, dealing additional damage by freezing or incinerating enemies, respectively.
Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0
When: November 16
Where: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S / X
Advertised as a “completely improved experience”, Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 bring Map of Al Mazrah Enter the game, a meticulously crafted arena, with seaside towns, deserts, rocky peaks, and entire cities to explore.
Set in West Asia, the map introduces erratic weather conditions, resulting in many smaller zones/safety circles – forcing the player to come out of hiding and devise a new strategy. This complements the all-new swimming mechanic, allowing the operator to dive deep below and engage in underwater combat, though it’s limited to sub-weapons/pistols.
The Gulag is also in the making, with 2v2 duels that revive and return you to the game, with any gear you rob from the prison. Optionally, the player can hunt down the AI guards who hold the keys to the cells and escape the battle. Activision also plans to expand the battle royale on mobile, with specific events and playlists as well as “deep customization options”.
Goat Simulator 3
When: November 17
Where: PC, PS5, Xbox Series X / WILL
The third entry in the popular (and somewhat odd) Goat Simulator series takes place on the giant island of San Angora. Goat Simulator 3 The gameplay is similar to the original title, you must dash, lick and jump three times across the island as you explore new areas, complete challenges, and participate in various events.
You also get access to a multiplayer mode that lets you team up with a “swarm” of four friends to create even more chaos. And you can also customize your goat with an ability passer, according to the developer Coffee stains.
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet
When: November 18
It is the first open-world RPG in the Pokémon franchise, featuring a host of newly discovered Pokémon in the Paldea region. Pokémon Scarlet and Violet took the revolutionary step of allowing you to explore the world in any order, instead of being limited by a story.
In addition to trading and participating in Pokémon battles, you’ll also be able to invite up to three more friends to explore the world of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet together. At the start of your journey, you’ll be able to choose between three beginner Pokémon – Sprigatito, Quaxly, or Fuecoco. The developer has also revealed other new Pokémon like Koraidon, Cyclizarm, and Pawmi.
West of Evil
When: November 22
Where: PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S / X
Focus Entertainment’s upcoming title lets you step into the role of one of the last agents in the top secret vampire hunting institute. Your mission is to eliminate the United States from the vampire threat lurking by engaging in visceral warfare using handguns, a gauntlet powered by lightning, and powerful devices. other. When you fight the creatures alone, you can upgrade your weapons and tools for more efficient hunting. West of Evil There will also be a perks system that can be used to improve and develop your abilities as you progress through the game.
Warhammer 40,000: Darktide
When: November 30
Where: PC, Xbox Series S / X
The city of Tertium is threatened by a wave of darkness. You and your friends can battle hordes of bloodthirsty enemies and root out the seeds of corruption before they take hold. Warhammer 40,000: Darktide is a co-op-focused first-person shooter that pits four players against waves of AI enemies.
Darktide will allow you to fully customize your character’s appearance, voice, origin, unique traits, and skill set. The game will offer a mix of melee combat and gunfire as you take on your enemies in violent encounters set in a time of turmoil. Warhammer 40,000 won world.