Game highlights in November: Battlefront 2, WW2, Need for Speed ​​and more

Game highlights in November: Battlefront 2, WW2, Need for Speed ​​and more

Game highlights in November: Battlefront 2, WW2, Need for Speed and more

In our new video preview, we have summarized the highlights of the game of the month of November, which will be released for PC and console. These include long-awaited titles like Star Wars Battlefront 2 or Call of Duty: WW2. But titles such as the LA Noire Remaster and Pokémon Ultrasone & Ultramond provide plenty of variety in November.

Also this month, players can look forward to a series of long-awaited PC and console titles. In our video preview, we summarized the highlights of November for you. You can find the video below this message. With Star Wars Battlefront 2 , among others, the successor of the shooter from developer DICE will first include all trilogies of famous film series this year is on. There will also be a story campaign this time telling the story of Imperial Commander Iden Versio.

As of today, Call of Duty fans can already look forward to the release of the new offshoot “WW2”. After the shooter of Publisher Activision played in the past years mostly in the future, now it goes back to the origins of the series. In addition to an extensive multiplayer, a Second World War story will be playable in the singleplayer.

On November 14, 2017, Rockstar Games released a revised version of LA Noire, which will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and also for Nintendo Switch. Three days later, the release of a new Pokémon version for Nintendo 3DS is due. With Pokémon Ultrasone and Ultramond, players return to the world of Alola to catch more Pokémon. Historically, however, it should not be a direct successor.

Other packed November highlights include Sonic Forces, Super Lucky’s Tale, Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds, Football Manager 2018, Need for Speed: Payback, Nioh’s PC Version, and many more titles.


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