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Top 10 Games Coming Out November 2017

It’s the end of the Halloween season, where ordinary people discover the joy of cosplay. But now the carriages have turned into pumpkins and we welcome the season of fall and the releases that come with it.


Call of Duty: WWII by Sledgehammer Games, Activision – November 3rd

Call of Duty returns to its roots with Call of Duty: WWII—a breathtaking experience that redefines World War II for a new gaming generation. Land in Normandy on D-Day and battle across Europe through iconic locations in history’s most monumental war. Finally, after years spent in the future, the CoD franchise is returning to its roots and returning players from their double-jumping, wall-running shenanigans to firmly planted, boots-on-the-ground combat—for better or worse.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC


Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds by Guerrilla Games – November 7th


I went back and forth about including DLC on this list, but Horizon Zero Dawn has one of my favorite games this year, so I couldn’t help but include The Frozen Wilds on this list. Set beyond the northern mountains, The Frozen Wilds features a brand new area for Aloy to explore, in Ban-Ur, the homeland of the mystical Banuk tribe. I’ll take any excuse to jump back into this vicious, gorgeous world. For everything we know, check out our what to expect in The Frozen Wilds article.

Platform: PS4


Sonic Forces by Sonic Team – November 7th

Fight through a world destroyed by Dr. Eggman and a powerful new villain in Sonic Forces, the new fast-paced action platformer from the team that brought you Sonic Colors and Sonic Generations. Sonic Forces lets you speed through rolling ruined landscapes as Modern Sonic, catapult past perilous platforms as Classic Sonic, and use powerful new gadgets as your own Custom Hero Character.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch


Need For Speed: Payback by Ghost Games, EA – November 10th

EA‘s series set the standard for open-world racing. Need for Speed: Payback looks like we’re getting a bit of (unofficial) The Fast and the Furious influence looped into the campaign. The story missions focus on big, brash stunts and police chases, with characters that seem like they’d fit right into that massive movie franchise. Forza Horizon has usurped Need for Speed as the must-play open-road racer of today, but maybe Payback‘s emphasis on intense thrills and narrative framing will help the series regain some of its lost momentum.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC


Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 by TT Games, Warner Bros – November 14th

Bringing together iconic Marvel Super Heroes and Super Villains from different eras and realities, along with signature LEGO humor, the latest epic adventure from TT Games transports players into a cosmic battle across a myriad of Marvel locations ripped from time and space into the incredible open hub world of Chronopolis.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch


Rime by Tequila Works, QLOC, Grey Box – November 14th

Earlier launched in May the gorgeous adventure puzzle game is now coming to the Nintendo SwitchRime begins with a boy washed ashore on a mysterious island, with a giant tower at its center. As the boy explores the island, guided by a magical fox, he encounters a mysterious man in a red cape on several occasions but never reaches him.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch


Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon by Game Freak, Nintendo – November 17th

Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon will take players to a new realm, sending them through what’s called an “ultra wormhole” to find a parallel universe to Alola. Once at the capital city of Ultra Megopolis, it’s clear that something’s off: Necrozma, the most mysterious legendary from the previous seventh-gen titles, has darkened the entire Pokémon world, robbing it of its light sources.

An enemy force called the Ultra Recon Squad looks to profit off this catastrophe, seeking out auras that emanate from some of Bizarro Alola’s most powerful Pokémon trainers. In Ultra Sun, the team is headed up by Dulse and Zossie; in Ultra Moon, we’ll take on Soliera and Phyco.

Platform: 3DS


Star Wars Battlefront II by EA DICE – November 17th

If there was one big knock against EA‘s previous Star Wars Battlefront, it was the lack of compelling single-player content – but the multiplayer experience was pretty stellar. With Battlefront II, now we get it all: a proper campaign and way more online action to boot.

Star Wars Battlefront II‘s solo campaign sounds plenty intriguing, putting you in the boots of Empire commander Iden Versio as you attempt to take revenge for the Death Star‘s detonation. It unfolds between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens, but the multiplayer action goes for the full cinematic span: combat across all three of the big movie eras.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC


The Inpatient by Supermassive Games – November 21st

Discover who you are before it’s too late in The Inpatient; a PSVR Exclusive set in the Blackwood Sanatorium, over 60 years prior to the 2016 BAFTA award-winning Until Dawn. Take on the role of an amnesiac inpatient who must find out who you are and why you are in the Sanatorium. With a branching narrative and different endings; every choice you make can drastically affect the way the game plays out.

Platform: PS4, PSVR


Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time by A+ Games, Bandai Namco – November 30th

Based on the anime franchise Little Witch Academia is a side-scrolling action game following witch-in-training Akko. Accompanied by her friends Sucy and Lotte as she explores the Luna Nova Magical Academy. One of the main themes in the franchise is Akko trying to live up to her ideals by showing the world that magic is still a wonderful thing, while Luna Nova struggles for its continual existence because the general public regards wizardry as outdated.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One, PC