Thursday, November 10, 2016

Top games coming out in November

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

What would November be like without a new Call of Duty game? Definitely at least a little bit empty. Luckily, the new release is right on time, this time set in space with all the gimmicks that come with that, such as zero gravity. And apparently Activision noticed the people’s love for Game of Thrones and MMA, since Kit Harington and Conor McGregor are also featured in the game. The multiplayer isn’t top notch like it used to be – there are certainly some improvements to be made in that field, but it’s still pretty fun.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare was released on November 4th for PC, Xbox One and PS4.

Football Manager 2017

The new manager simulator from Sports Interactive brings a few new things to the table to entice players to get it. There are a few smaller changes, such as support for new league rules in matches and some new camera angles, but one of the main things is considering some recent political developments and how they may affect the game. Namely, Britain leaving the EU may mean that your star striker will, perhaps, need a work permit.

Football Manager 2017 was released for PC on November 4th .

Eagle Flight

Ubisoft have made mistakes in the recent years, but one thing is undeniable: their open world games indeed have open worlds. Eagle Flight is no exception, being the publisher’s first try in virtual reality. Set in Paris during the post-apocalyptic future, it allows you to soar into the skies. If you have a HTC Vive, Oculus or PS VR headset, you’re free to put it on and start your flight.

Eagle Flight was released for PC and PS4 on November 8th.

Dishonored 2

Bethesda have generated high expectations with the first installment one of the most critically acclaimed new series, Dishonored, and we hope for greatness from the sequel as well. This time the character you’ll control can be one of two supernatural assassins in Karnaca, a fictional city.

Dishonored 2 will be released on November 11th for PC, Xbox One and PS4

Watch Dogs 2

The first installment in the series didn’t live up to the hype, but we’re ready to forgive Ubisoft if they learned from their mistakes, which, it seems, they have, so we’re hopeful for the sequel. The announced doubled hacking elements in the game and letting the players go down non-lethal routes is a welcome addition compared to open world mass murdering and constant collecting plus a forgettable protagonist we had to endure in the original Watch Dogs. And the best part? There’ll be a co-op mode.

Watch Dogs 2 will be released on November 15th for PC, Xbox One and PS4.

Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection

The best parts of the Assassin’s Creed games, the ones with Ezio Auditore, will not avoid the inevitable remaster on current-gen. Probably a smart move by Ubisoft, considering there was no new Assassin’s Creed entries this year (and better, because they deteriorated in quality constantly since our good friend Ezio has been gone), this can keep old fans engaged with the series and still introduce some new ones. No multiplayer modes will be included, however, but we are still looking forward to playing this in updated graphics.

Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection will be released on November 17th for PS4 and Xbox One.

Pokémon Sun and Moon

With the appeal of Pokémon GO now gone with the coming of winter, GameFreak and Nintendo have got something new in store for us. Nobody is going to walk 10km to hatch eggs when it’s freezing outside, but perhaps people can be enticed to hunt down over 800 critters from the warmth of their own living room sofa. The setting is in Alola, which is a fictional version of Hawaii, where all Pokémon look a bit stranger than what we’re used to. (Just check out Dugtrio and you’ll see what we mean).

Pokémon Sun and Moon will be released on November 22nd for Nintendo 3DS.


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