We are already in the final stretch of the year when it comes to video game releases, because although December usually has a few big titles to keep an eye on, November is usually considered the last month of the year for massive releases and the most important , as developers and publishers seek to bring the holidays forward in the Christmas campaign. In this sense, this month of November is full of interesting releases, so without further ado, let’s start with the penultimate 2022 edition of The Games of the Month.
The Chant (PC, PS5, Xbox Series) – November 3
Halloween may be over, but Brass Token still wants to introduce the horror action-adventure title The Chant. Set in a remote spiritual retreat, this third-person single player experience has players build, fight, and evade the supernatural and psychedelic horrors that occur on the island after a failed ritual opens a door to a dimension filled with mystery. cosmic fear.
WRC Generations (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – November 3
We’ll keep it short, because KT Racing and Nacon have decided to push WRC Generations back from its original October release window to have a simultaneous release across platforms this November. This title brings the era of hybrid model rally cars, as well as a wide selection of tracks, teams and cars to race (and crash) in a multitude of iconic locations.
Harvestella (PC, Switch) – November 4
Square Enix will continue its fall portfolio with the life simulation RPG, Harvestella. Set in a fantastic and magical world, in this game players build a house and a farm plot, while exploring the land and helping the residents of the nearby town with tasks and fighting dangerous creatures that threaten their livelihood. It goes without saying that there is a lot to do, especially considering the mystery to be solved at the center of the story.
Football Manager 2023 (PC, PS5, Xbox Series, Switch, iOS, Android) – November 8
Let’s be clear: Football Manager 2023 is rather a broad term that encompasses the many similar releases that will take place on November 8. In this case, Sega and Sports Interactive will release the PC edition known as Football Manager 2023, the console edition called Football Manager 2023 Console, the Switch and iPad installment titled Football Manager 2023 Touch and, finally, the broader edition for iOS and Android considered as Football Manager 2023 Mobile. There are a few proposals, but if you like to manage a football club, one should spread to you.
Sonic Frontiers (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch) – November 8
Sega’s legendary blue hedgehog hasn’t exactly been the most attractive video game protagonist in a while, but Sonic Team is aiming to put that right with the ambitious Sonic Frontiers. It features an open world format that offers more exploration options, along with a new combat system and some returning 2D and 3D platforming sequences. Combine all of this with the series’ signature lightning-fast movement, and we have a title that aims to redefine the way we see Sonic in video games.
God of War: Ragnarok (PS4, PS5) – November 9
Undoubtedly one of the most anticipated games of the year, God of War: Ragnarök from Santa Monica Studios picks up on the events of the 2018 installment. We see Kratos and Atreus face off against an angry Asgard, as well as a terrifying Thor, who strives for quelling the imminent threat of Ragnarök before his prophecy claims the famous and mighty kingdom. Taking the father and son duo through the Nine Kingdoms, this game will introduce a host of interesting new characters, while also seeing several familiar faces return to pick up where they left off.
Pentiment (PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – November 15
Obsidian Entertainment has a very long list of projects, but next to debut is the historical mystery narrative adventure game, Pentiment. Set in 16th century Bavaria, the idea of this title is to unravel a series of murders over a period of 25 years to find out who committed the crime and deserves punishment. With countless choices and decisions to make, each of which will have an effect on the story, don’t expect the truth to be clear.
Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – November 16
We don’t need to talk about Call of Duty: Warzone at this point. I’m sure you already know what it is. But, what is this 2.0 edition and why has it reached this installment of The Games of the Month? Well, because Activision is dramatically improving the entire Warzone experience this month, taking advantage of new technology powering the just-released Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II. In addition to improving cross-progression support between Call of Duty titles, with Ricochet Anti-Cheat from day one, adjusted gameplay elements, plus a new map, new vehicles, weapons, shop interface and much more .
Goat Simulator 3 (PC, PS5, Xbox Series) – November 17
No, you’re not crazy as a goat. There was no Goat Simulator 2, instead Coffee Stain has decided to jump right into Goat Simulator 3. And with this leap forward, in this sequel to the hugely popular title, we can look forward to a totally wacky and bizarre sandbox experience that allows you to fulfill your ultimate goal. fantasy of being a totally indestructible and irritating menacing goat.
The Dark Pictures: The Devil in Me (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – November 18
The next installment in Supermassive Games’ season finale The Dark Pictures Anthology collection casts a new group of individuals as the protagonists and confronts the horrors of a house that is billed as a modern replica of HH’s infamous Assassin’s Castle. Holmes. With plenty of scares and terrifying encounters, this title aims to be the great horror video game of November 2022.
Pokémon Scarlet/Violet (Switch) – November 18
Although God of War: Ragnarök will probably be the most popular title of November, Pokémon Scarlata/Violeta will undoubtedly be the best-selling title of the month, and perhaps even the best-selling Switch game of the entire year. Why? Because it will bring the next big new generation of Pokémon games, including a whole new region inspired by Spain, a collection of new pocket monsters, and a change in the gameplay formula that offers open world options and even new ways to explore. If you are a fan of the historical RPG franchise, there is no doubt that you are looking forward to this game.
Evil West (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series) – November 22
The Wild West is overrun by a plague. Not a plague of bandits or outlaws, but of bloodthirsty vampires who want nothing more than to feed on the unfortunate humans that live in the complicated frontier and multiply. In Evil West 2, you take on the role of a kind of superhero from the Wild West, who has come to the region to free it from its bloodthirsty unwanted tenants. We will have the help of a collection of firearms, bladed weapons and even a gauntlet enabled to shoot lightning that literally shock vampires.
Warhammer 40,000: Darktide (PC) – November 30
First of all, Warhammer 40,000: Darktide will also come to Xbox, but the date is yet to be defined while it will arrive on PC in November. This take on the iconic universe from Fatshark, the developer of Vermintide, takes players to the hive city of Tertium, to confront and eliminate the growing threats that exist beneath the surface of the dystopian world. With a first-person approach to gameplay, this title features a number of character archetypes and classes, as well as plenty of weapon types to use and master.
This is all, which is a lot. As always, don’t forget to stop by in a few weeks to see what the latest edition of this year’s Games of the Month has in store.