November is usually the end-boss of the gaming calendar, a month where the biggest blockbusters of the industry fight it out for the attention and wallets of gamers right before the festive season commences. And while this upcoming November may not be as big as other years, there are still plenty of big-budget AAA gaming experiences, ambitious games on the other end of the spectrum, and a small army of indie titles caught in the middle.
Between a return to the European frontlines to smash the Nazi war machine, a trip to Mexico to burn some rubber, and a nostalgia-fueled remake of a beloved pair of Pokemon games, there’s probably at least one game on this list that you’ll want to pick up. Here’s a look at some of the highlights for November.
Call Of Duty: Vanguard (Nov. 5)
After several games that stretched across the past, present, and future of warfare, Call of Duty’s going back to the trenches of World War II for this year’s entry in the annual blockbuster franchise. With Sledgehammer Games at the helm, Call of Duty: Vanguard takes place across multiple theaters of war across the world, chronicling the rise of special forces during the conflict. As usual, you can expect three main modes to play in–campaign, multiplayer, and Zombies–and even a brand-new single from Jack White. Vanguard will launch on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC.
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