It’s not just the new consoles that will make November exciting.

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Sure, the limelight is on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, but a few more games are coming in the most important month of the year for the gaming industry.

We’ve hardly figured it out yet, but we’re days away from holding our brand new, buffalo-powered consoles that open up the ninth generation of consoles. Whether you’ve opted for the PlayStation 5 or Series X, you can enjoy higher resolution, faster image refresh rates, glitter thanks to ray tracing, and lightning-fast loading thanks to SSDs. Sure, we have to wait a few more years for games to come that really take advantage of the power of the consoles, but there’s already this in the opening lineup — something worth trying out.

It’s not just the new consoles that will make November exciting

The list is now structured differently than usual due to the special situation: on the first page you can read about the exclusive innovations of multiplatform, PC and Switch, on the second you can read about the two consoles that only come to Xbox Series X (the many, just patches games are not listed, you can find the full list here), the third is about the PlayStation 5 exclusive (some of which also come for PC),and of course on the last page there are the December releases waiting for you. It won’t be hard to follow, here it is:

November 2020 video game releases – multiplatform and PC

Chicken Police – November 5 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, (Switch later)

The month starts right away with a game developed in Hungary, The Wild Gentlemen takes us on a noir adventure into a world where anthropomorphic animals live. The developers have blended elements of classic adventure games with the visual novel genre and promise a gloomy story turbo-charged with absurd humor. The demo is now available on Steam, be sure to give it a try!

It’s not just the new consoles that will make November exciting

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered – November 6 and 13 – PlayStation 4, Xbox One, then Switch

We won’t get a brand new Need for Speed ​​this year, but after Burnout Paradise Remastered, another Criterion race game will also be revamped. Released in 2010, Hot Pursuit has been given a nicer look and cross-platform multiplayer mode, adapted to the gameplay and things previously hurt by players, and the new package includes all DLCs.

XIII Remake – November 10 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch

After a significant delay, his XIII Remake will arrive in November. In the classic cel-shaded FPS, we get to know a twisted story inspired by a comic of the same name, only with a much nicer look. We can also take part in multiplayer battles.

It’s not just the new consoles that will make November exciting

DiRT 5 – November 6 and 10 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5

Neither Sony nor Microsoft will offer their own racing game alongside their new consoles, but luckily the Codemasters are well timed, so if not with Forza or Gran Turismo, we can see what next-gen racing is like with DiRT 5. During the campaign, we can travel around the world to prove ourselves in selected off-road races with the support of our mentor, Alex “AJ” Janicek (Troy Baker), and to suppress Nolan North’s Bruno Durand in changing weather conditions. There will also be split screen and online multi.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – November 10 – PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Stadia

In 2013, one of the best parts of the Assassin’s Creed series to date, Black Flag, helped reassure the previous console generation, and now Valhalla is coming to give a significant boost to the new ones in a similar way. This time, in the role of a Viking, Eivor, we can enter British land to gain territory, slaughter, and show the Anglo-Saxons what the northern girls and lads know. From what we’ve seen from it so far, it’s going to be beautiful, enjoyable, and very cozy, maybe the new highlight of the series, but we don’t want to shout that out yet.

It’s not just the new consoles that will make November exciting

Destiny 2: Beyond Light – November 10 and 12 – PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S

Still without a publisher, Bungie takes Destiny 2 forward on his own. In the Beyond Light add-on, you can travel to Jupiter’s icy moon, Europe, face a new threat, try new subclasses on all three character types, get fresh rewards, and of course, spend long hours grinding again.

FUSER – November 10 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch

Harmonix deals with a lot of things besides Rock Band 4, and in their new game we have to DJ: we can mix the tracks of different songs to make something new. There is also a single player campaign in which we need to impress the audience and play in collaboration with others as well.

Planet Coaster – November 10 – PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S

The dying RollerCoaster Tycoon series has been trampled by a pair of legs by Planet Coaster, which was made by the developers of the Atari series anyway, but much more successful than any RCT recently – and now can be enjoyed by consoles. save parks – it depends on which mode you choose.

It’s not just the new consoles that will make November exciting

Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition – November 10 and 19 – Xbox Series X | S, then PlayStation 5

The new console-optimized version of Devil May Cry 5 is prettier, more agile, runs smoother, and takes full advantage of PS5 and Series X capabilities, including fast loading and DualSense adaptive triggers. Unfortunately, those who buy Series St can’t enjoy ray tracing.

The Pathless – November 12 – PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Apple Arcade

We’re big fans of Annapurna Interactive’s games, so we’re excited about The Pathles as well. It will be a rear-view action adventure in which we have to break a curse while adventuring in the role of a hunter, calling for help from our arrows and bird friend.

Just Dance 2021 – November 12 – PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Switch

This year, Ubisoft will not let dancing-minded casual players get bored either, you can move on to new songs regardless of age. Anyone who has loved the experience before knows what to expect.

It’s not just the new consoles that will make November exciting

Let’s Sing 2021 – November 13 – PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch

Anyone who would rather sing can entertain themselves and their audience with Let’s Sing 2021. It features 30 popular songs that can be performed in a number of different modes, either alone or with friends.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War – November 13 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S

After Infinity Ward breathed new life into the Modern Warfare tributary of the Call of Duty series with tremendous success, it’s now Treyarchon’s turn to do the same with Black Ops. The story takes up the thread after the first part, we go back to the ’80s, and we can help CIA agent Russell Adler find a Soviet spy, Perseus, during the Cold War. In multiplayer mode, you can fight each other with contemporary weapons in a variety of locations, and those looking for a cooperative experience can grind undead in a rebooted zombie campaign.

Katamari Damacy Reroll – November 20 – PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Okay, they’re remastering everything already, but we didn’t expect Katamari Damacy to be revived either. It was released for PC and Switch in 2018, and now we’ll be able to scroll our growing sphere on both PS4 and Xbox One to make back what the king of the universe has ruined.

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity – November 20 – Switch

Omega Force is once again making a Zelda game, this time as a prelude to Breath of the Wild. It will combine the gameplay of Dynasty Warriors with elements from The Legend of Zelda, so we can expect a fierce mowing again alongside the national team puzzles.

It’s not just the new consoles that will make November exciting

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands – November 23 – PC

After a month of postponement, it seems that the eighth add-on to World of Warcraft is really coming out now, plus it’s just on the sixteenth birthday of the base game. Sylvanas ’turmoil has opened the door to the afterlife, allowing us to venture into brand new territories, complete quests in five new zones, and even test our skills in a different dungeon each time a randomly generated challenge. New customization options and a new starting area have been added, the way we evolve has changed, and there’s a lot of excitement ahead of us – if you’re WoW or just deliberating it would be good to come back, be sure to fall for it!

Football Manager 2021 – November 24 – PC, Mac, Xbox Series X | S

The next installment of the Football Manager series will debut in late November, bringing primarily innovations that former players will really appreciate. New goal joys, tactical elements, data are coming to always make the best decisions on the way to the league title.

Vigor – November 25 – PlayStation 4

Bohemia Interactive’s free-to-play looter shooter was originally made for the Xbox One, but will soon conquer the PlayStation 4 and, a little later, the PlayStation 5. Our goal is to stay alive as long as possible and build a shelter that protects us from environmental adversity, but more battle-focused modes are available.

It’s not just the new consoles that will make November exciting

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