Call of Duty: WWII

November 3rd – PC, PS4, Xbox One

Unless you are actually from WWII, I’m sure you’re already aware of the Call Of Duty format. This is the first time that the franchise has visited this time period in many years now. The game promises improved multiplayer and different game modes, but it will be interesting to see how they pull off returning to a format without the “enhanced technology” gameplay they have previously relied on.

Sonic Forces

November 7th – Switch, PC, PS4, Xbox One

Hoping to match the recent success of Sonic Mania is this modernised 3D venture for everyone’s favourite blue rodent. Gameplay will include both the old school side-scrolling we know and love as well, as well as some 3rd person forward running gameplay. That’s not the big news though. For the first time in the franchise’s history, you get to create your own avatar to join the worlds most unlikely team of superheroes.

Need For Speed: Payback

November 10 – PC, PS4, Xbox One

This is another title in gaming where you know exactly what you are getting before you play. Maybe not this time though. Maybe. Payback is looking to shake up their previous format by keeping the gameplay that everyone loves and mixing it up with a story mode and a GTAV-style multi character approach, each with their own abilities. Basically, if you love The Fast and The Furious then this has been created especially for you.

Lego Marvel Superheroes 2

November 14th – Switch, PC, PS4, Xbox One

You know you’re striking gold when you get a Lego game. This time it seems the ante has been upped though as you play in a world called Chronopolis, a mash up of the entirety of the Marvel universe. With classic Lego gameplay, a massive Marvel roster, and that famous humour thrown in, this is a great choice for when you want to stop shooting at stuff.

Star Wars Battlefront II

November 17th – PC, PS4, Xbox One

Talking of shooting at stuff, we finally see EA’s next Star Wars title release this month. Learning a lot of lessons from the first game means that we can now expect to see the inclusion of a single player campaign, more heroes, enhanced online gameplay and new modes.

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