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Top 10 Games Coming Out October 2020

It’s the 10th month of 2020 and honestly, the end of this fairly stressful year can’t come fast enough. In the meantime, however, there’s a lot to look forward to this upcoming month. There are plenty of Halloween and Fall updates for all your favourite games including Animal Crossing: New Horizons and World of Warcraft‘s Shadowlands. But as usual, I try not to put DLC expansions or alternate console releases on this list. Keeping it new games only, with some exceptions of course.

And what a great selection of new games we have for you this October. From the long-awaited Watch Dogs: Legion to Ghostrunner and of course some spooky releases, there’s a lot of games to keep you entertained indoors. And for those who’ve started getting bored of your current multiplayer games this month has some upcoming titles for you in that department. Drake Hollow that’s part Pikmin tower defence and part Fortnite. There’s also The Survivalists which has major Don’t Starve Vibes. October is always a great month for gaming.

 

Drake Hollow By The Molasses Flood – Oct 1st

Drake Hollow has been a bit delayed in its launch but it’s out now and it has a whole tower defence/management, WWZ / Fortnite thing going for it. Instead of zombies though, there’s The Feral and the Drakes. You and your friends have stumbled upon The Hollow home of the Drakes. These vegetable looking type creatures that need your help. So you’ll need to make sure they’re fed, watered and entertained all while keeping them alive. Because clearly, all vegetables need entertainment. Protect your vegetable babies by harvesting resources, building traps and just swinging at the Feral with a good ole tennis racket. This game is hella fun and can support up to four of your friends in co-op.

Platforms: Xbox One, PC – Steam

 

Star Wars: Squadrons by Motive Studios – Oct 2nd

Clearly, the best part of Star Wars is its intergalactic politics. But other than that the franchise is most well known for lightsaber duels and space battles. We got the lightsaber duels with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and now we have space battles with Star Wars: Squadrons. This is a space combat game that puts you in the cockpit of classic Star Wars spacecraft, including TIE ships and the New Republic Wing series. With a unique story campaign and robust multiplayer modes inspired by EA’s Battlefield and Battlefront series. Star Wars: Squadrons will satisfy all your pilot dogfighting wants.

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC – Steam

 

The Uncertain: Light At The End by New Game Order – Oct 8th

Humankind has disappeared. Robots rule the Earth now. You play Emily, a survivor living in a post-apocalyptic world ruled by robots. Stay out of sight, hide and survive so that you can unravel the mystery behind humanity’s disappearance. Travel through the abandoned world while pursued by the same machines which once served humankind.

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC – Steam, Mac

 

The Survivalists by Team17

Build together, survive together. The Survivalists is an adventure-filled survival sandbox set in The Escapists universe. Explore, build, craft and even train monkeys with up to three friends in a desperate bid to survive. Experience day/night cycles as you explore and uncover the secrets of the island. Hunt or be hunted by an array of mythical enemies. Get quests from a Mysterious Stranger or find them washed up on the shore. Prepare to trek into a procedurally generated wilderness, with a variety of biomes, for an adventure that’s unique to every player.

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC – Steam

 

Woodsalt by Team Woodsalt – Oct 13th

A return to the golden age of RPGs, just one look at this game brings back all sorts of flashbacks. Most notably meeting the Turks in the OG Final Fantasy VII. 1000 years after Earth was evacuated you awaken on the planet Nu-Terra. Emcy, an Earth-born man along with the others who made it out of Earth alive are waiting to return home. But as civil unrest grows in the city a plot emerges to stop humanity from leaving. All this while Emcy is plagued by visions and messages from an unknown voice that nobody else can see or hear.

Explore the city, speak with the inhabitants and uncover the secrets of what’s happening here and on Earth. Each of your conversation trees can lead to numerous side-plots with their own branching storylines. And ultimately multiple endings as well as a secret ending for you to discover.

Platforms: PC – Steam, Mac

 

Remothered: Broken Porcelain by Stormind Games – Oct 20th

Remothered: Broken Porcelain is the sequel to 2018’s Remothered: Tormented Feathers and it’s exactly what your twisted soul needs this Halloween. RemotheredBroken Porcelain is a third-person survival horror video game and the second installment in the award-winning Remothered series.

Players of the first game are sure to recognize some familiar faces, including Rosemary, who arrives at the game’s main location, Ashmann Inn, to continue her search for Celeste. Meanwhile, Jennifer a maid, and her friend Linn begins to experience disturbing and haunting occurrences. The duo tries to escape the strange inn. But when Linn disappears, Jennifer is forced to explore Ashmann while avoiding the deranged residents much like Rosemary did before her. In true survival horror fashion, gameplay entails lots of exploration and puzzle-solving. Resources are limited, prompting players to rely on updated crafting and scavenging systems.

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC – Steam

 

The Guise by Rasul Mono

The Guise is a dark Metroidvania fairy tale about a boy trapped in the body of a monster. You play as Ogden, an orphan whose curiosity got the better of him. He tried on a cursed mask and transformed into a monster. You’ll have to get used to this new body, master monstrous abilities, and try not to lose the last remnants of your humanity. You have the advantages of bestial agility, monstrous strength, and inhuman capabilities. Your monster is an ever-evolving being. Unlock new monstrous abilities by defeating bosses and absorbing their skills. But watch out — in this hostile world, almost everything is out to get you.

Platforms: PC – Steam

 

Ghostrunner by One More Level, 3D Realms, Slipgate Ironworks – Oct 28th

Ghostrunner is off the walls fast-paced, violent combat, in a post-apocalyptic science-fiction world. You’re a cybernetic ninja who can run on walls, slow time, dodge bullets in midair and slice up your enemies on the go. You live in this bleak, dystopian mega-city called Dharma Tower. The tower is a massive structure that houses everything a city would need to survive, with the poorest people and manufacturing units on the bottom and the richest residents living high above everything else. When the Ghostrunner wakes up at the bottom with no memory, a mysterious AI tells him he must climb the tower to take out the evil Keymaster who runs the city. But remember even though you can kill them with one hit, you too will die if they strike first.

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC – Steam

 

Watch Dogs: Legion by Ubisoft – Oct 29th

London has fallen and you’re here to build the resistance and take it back in Watch Dogs: Legion. In the fall opportunists were the first to catch the important pieces. They’re in charge, and it’s up to you to make sure that position is only temporary. Take on a brand new Watch Dogs that introduces new melee systems and a wide range of weapons and abilities. The catch? Sometimes your combat has real consequences. If you use non-lethal force, the enemy will attempt to subdue and arrest you. If you shoot to kill, you risk having your characters permanently killed. Ready to resist?

Legion brings a neat twist over past Watch Dogs games: every NPC character is a potential protagonist for you to recruit to your cause. Each comes with their own traits and skills that you can use before hopping into another member of your budding resistance movement. There are hacker grandmas and nanobee controllers and rugby fanatics all over the city who may be receptive to DedSec’s cause.

 

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope – Oct 30th

Following up on the studio’s previously successful multiplayer horror story Man of Medan comes the next chapter of The Dark Pictures Anthology. The anthology consists of a series of standalone interactive horror game. Think of it as a horror movie you watch with your friends but this time you can make the decision for your character. After thoroughly enjoying the Man of Medan game, minus the buggy QTEs I’m looking forward to the next tale Little Hope.

In this story four college students and their professor become stranded in the abandoned town of Little Hope. Trapped by an impenetrable fog they try desperately to escape whilst witnessing terrifying visions from the past. They must figure out the motivation of these apparitions before the evil forces at work drags each of their souls to hell. Abandon Hope…all who enter here.

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC – Steam

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