This fall promises to bring one of the most stacked lineups of game releases ever with a lot of anticipated titles on multiple platforms and genres. By reading this article, you will be able to take a look at the best games that were or are going to be released this fall and at end of the year. Without further ado, here’s the list you’ve all been waiting for:
Assassin’s Creed – Origins
This game is the latest in the long-running franchise by Ubisoft. Typically, AC would be a yearly franchise, but Ubisoft decided to take a small break and to refine the Assassin’s Creed formula while at it. Just as the title suggests, this installment serves as the origin story about how the struggle between the assassins and the Templars came to be.
Shadow of War
Middle Earth Shadow of War is the follow-up to Middle Earth Mordor and looks to build and expand upon the success of the first game. With a bit of work done with the graphics, the overall story improved, and a large world to explore, it seems to have everything needed for a great title.
Star Wars Battlefront 2
Battlefront was without a doubt one of the most anticipated games of this generation with enormous hype. Unfortunately, it didn’t really manage to live up to expectations. The game wasn’t bad, but the problem was, it just had a severe lack of content. The sequel aims to change that with a story-driven single-player campaign as well as multiplayer character classes and cross-era characters.
Wolfenstein 2 – New Colossus
Wolfenstein The New Order was another fantastic game of this generation, a great single-player only FPS with a great setting and story. The sequel, Wolfenstein 2 – The New Colossus continues the events of the first game when the Nazis won. Set in the 1961 Nazi-occupied America, this is expected to be an awesome first-person shooter with a great story and engaging characters. It definitely is more immersive than if you were to play free roulette online.
The Evil Within 2
The first version of The Evil Within was a great survival horror game with an amazing atmosphere and it absolutely nailed the horror part. There was a lot of potential about this game and the sequel was just a natural thing to do. The Evil Within 2 in trailers and teasers is taking all we have seen in the first game a step forward in terms of story, horror, and gameplay.
Visual novels aren’t the marquee blockbusters that a lot of the other games on this list are, however, this game is a fantastic series of games. Sure, those not familiar with the genre or style of gameplay, which is very light, might feel a bit bored with the game. But if you give it a chance, you will see that it grows on you.
Forza Motorsport 7
Forza has become one of the staple franchises when we talk about Xbox. Featuring over 700 cars and more than 2000 different configurations to race across 30 locations, Forza 7 is also enhanced by the Xbox One X.