We are looking forward to these fall games the most.

The fall season has begun, but it’s still far to end, with plenty of interesting games coming by then. We asked the team around who was excited about why.

We recently launched a poll asking you which of the games to be released by the end of the year is the one you would most like to play with. You can still vote, with Assassin’s Creed: Origins currently in first place, but Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Call of Duty II and Star Wars Battlefront II are also on the trail. Like our weekend game recommendation, we asked the members of the editorial board who would spend their money aside, but you could add your own (or once again) in the comments.

mazur – Honestly, I was also surprised at which two game titles flashed in front of me on the question with sharp neon letters: one is Hidden Agenda, which I am very curious about because of the completely new common gaming experience and unusual control (not to mention, of course, The makers of Until Dawn are sure to put together an insanely exciting thriller). The other is in many ways the exact opposite, the Super Mario Odyssey. I’m really looking forward to it because few games have to cope with more hype than this, and as I always did before, I wasn’t afraid of Nintendo now either … the question is just “how?”. My list goes on with The Evil Within 2 and Wolfenstein II anyway, but it goes even further, long and long.

We are looking forward to these fall games the most

Mocsy “I can already see that we are looking forward to a busy autumn and unfortunately it will fit all the exciting titles. After E3 and Gamescom, it became clear that I didn’t have a chance to play as many games seriously as I was interested in. So I was forced to filter the pickup thoroughly, and eventually two games came up on the sieve. One I’ve been eyeing for a long time is Middle-earth: Shadow of War, an open-world action game based on the world of Tolkien, in the first part I raised the neck-cutting of orcs to an artistic level. I will have exactly five weeks to conquer Mordor as I have a date on November 17th in a far, far galaxy with Battlefront II, where I can finally fight the most important space battles in the Star Wars universe with both rebel and imperial ships. The story-oriented campaign will be just icing on the cake.

HP “I’m waiting for a lot of titles, I’m interested in what the Xbox One X will actually mean to us, and of course Forza won’t leave us cold either, but I have to say empirically that a significant part of the fall is Destiny You will spend 2 charms with your colleagues. That’s not to say that’s what I look forward to the most, I just know what the end of editorial FPS intoxication will be: total dependence. Then you can come to Battlefront 2 to see if I can get lost in it for a good while, and of course Forza 7 and Gran Turismo Sport as a relaxation. Oh, and finally the 3DS also comes up because I need Metroid: Samus Returns. Focus below.

We are looking forward to these fall games the most

Chavalier – It would be easier to provide an itemized list than to explain in flowing text what I expect, why and how much I want on a ten-point scale between 9.9 and 10. There’s also a spinoff from Tyranny and Halo Wars 2, Dishonored’s spinoff, the new South Park, Assassin’s Creed, Evil Within and Wolfenstein, a World War II CoD, campaigned Battlefront II and Vampyr. I would only book myself for these long months, but if I were forced to confine myself to a single piece, I would highlight the new Call of Cthulhu game, despite the ominous The Official Video Game in its title.

Paca – Now, of course, I’m just writing this line up from Destiny 2, but anyway, two games have been really feverish for a long time: one is Call of Duty WWII, which I put in more hours than I needed during the beta, and I’m really looking forward to the full version. and the other is Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, with which I played gamescom for two hours and would have liked to stay.

We are looking forward to these fall games the most

Kaci “I’m constantly falling from one competitive multi into another (I’m even back to Dota 2, am I normal?), So this year, with the exception of the Prey, I may not have pushed through a single game. In September, I want to make up for two short late-summer titles, Hellblade and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, but I have to hurry, as I’m already scheduled for October. I put myself on Middle-earth: Shadow of Warra on the day of its release (or hopefully before) and won’t put the controller down until October 24, the release of Destiny 2 on PC. I’ve already started compiling the shopping list because I’m probably not going out of the apartment for weeks, so whoever wants something should look for it in the next three weeks!

Chicken – I couldn’t single out a single game, as Destiny 2, Middle-earth: Shadow of War, and Assassin’s Creed: Origins are all feverish. I’m looking forward to the second Destiny primarily because of the joint game, but at the same time I’m afraid how far it will go at the expense of the work that almost the entire editorial staff will chase the Red Legion together. I had the good fortune to try Shadow of Wart on gamescom, I also loved the first part, so it’s pretty clear that Talion can’t rearrange the map of Mordor without me. And AC Origins is the first Assassin’s Creed game in a long time that I can really look forward to with genuine enthusiasm. The pre-envelope story is not alarming either, I want to camel and run around the pyramids, right now.

We are looking forward to these fall games the most

Szada – I wouldn’t be a bloody movie and series fan if I didn’t mention Middle-earth: Shadow of Wart and South Park: Fractured but Whole first, I’m most curious about these right now, but I’m excited about Divinity: Original Sin 2 as well (because I was lucky enough to taste it and I tested the first part as well) and like Kachi I look forward to the PC version of Destiny 2.

Hunter – I’m not going to pretend to be Destiny 2 besides anything I would really care about. In terms of content, World of Warcraft: Legion will run out to me just before the Destiny 2 PC versions, and while I still have 8-9 characters to pull up in WoW, it’s more than likely that since the Legion came out in late October, early November will be the first period I won’t have an active subscription. I still couldn’t hit a single stationary cork board (all cantilever FPS targeting aids aren’t enough here either), but that won’t stand in the way of my glory. Which I will accomplish with my active support from the back row of the raid.

“There are two games that should be smoothly at the top of my list, but somehow I’m not sitting in the first class of the hype train. Since it turned out that I didn’t play as much as I would have liked with the first part of last year, I’m not as enthusiastic about Total War: Warhammer II as I would have thought before – though the skavins I love have also been included. On the other hand, there’s Project CARS 2, which is a lot better than its predecessor in many ways, but nowadays I don’t really find the patience and concentration I need. So on the springboard towards the end of the season, Star Wars Battlefront II, which arrived in November, became the game I’m most looking forward to right now, even though I hated the first part of 2015. I no longer understand anything.

We are looking forward to these fall games the most

Tonight – We can expect quite serious appearances this month, but since I have been quite caught up in the cyberpunk atmosphere lately, I am most interested in RUINER’s September appearances. Although Reikon Games hasn’t released a game before, Devolver Digital has proven time and time again to embrace lesser-known talent with good sense, so I’m confident that RUINER will be a quality piece of art. I’m also curious about Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, but I should replace the second part first.

Gócza – I’m one of the few who was glad that Red Dead Redemption 2 was slipped next year because it made it easy to choose the most anticipated game and I would have plenty of time to enjoy Destiny 2 on PS4 with my console colleagues. Also, the Mini Super Nintendo will arrive in September, which I will definitely get next to my little brother. And towards the end of the year, Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 and the new Battlefront will kidnap me from my family and friends.

Daev – Just for fun, let’s pretend I have any time left to play with Destiny 2 for the next few months. I’m really sorry about that anyway, because my two franchisees, which also saw better days, are coming back with encouraging episodes this year, but in addition to Assassin’s Creed and Call of Duty, there’s also Battlefront 2, which could even be good this time around. But exotic gear doesn’t farm itself out, so I’ll only read about these games on SamaGame.

We are looking forward to these fall games the most

RG “Since I don’t even turn on the machine for weeks, unfortunately I’m a little uninformed about the subject, which is most evident in the fact that I don’t really sit on needles for anything that comes in the fall, but it also has its advantages. For example, I’m happy with anything that comes up and can be enjoyed, and such titles are found every year and season, whether it’s big publishers or just some kind of indie development. But most of all, I expect – and look at me, because that’s not a game either – to drag us 4 days east in early November, between the mountains and the hills. Well, it sure will be really good. Anyway, anything that is normal simulation or FPS can come.

Nightwolf – The new add-on for Guild Wars 2, which will be released in late September, I think will cover everything else until February, but it’s better that way because I have huge lags that I wouldn’t end up if I caressed the newcomers in my imagination. Okay, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is, say, as obligatory as morning throat grinding, just before the first act would be good to do, because my Jewish caste has been dusting somewhere in the machine’s hard drive for a very long time.

Flatline “It’s almost so good for me that you don’t even have to touch me because Divinity Original Sin 2 has already been released by the time you read this, so an army of joy and happiness hormones is flowing with each throbbing in my veins. I’m not really looking forward to anything else this year, but mazur will suddenly throw in “You Pumpkin, you didn’t print the XY ZS game, because pumpkin is good …?” and then I will look and it turns out he is right.

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We are looking forward to these fall games the most