Main releases of November: what to play this month02 November 2017
October in the gaming industry was full of amazing releases. November will be quieter, but won’t forget the fans who like to play games in 4K format, without spending thousands of dollars on the needed PC.
On November 3, Call of Duty: WWII will be released on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The new version will offer players even more exciting historical battles in the Eastern Europe. Among them are Normandy landings, battle for Paris, battle of Berlin and many others. Also, the graphics will be much better, there will be new types of military equipment and unusual characters, for example, black Wehrmacht soldiers.
November 7 is going to be a really busy day, because Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds will be released, and Xbox One X will go on sale. The new game will demonstrate all the features of Xbox One X, which will be one and a half times more powerful than PS4 Pro. The Frozen Wilds will present an interesting storyline and a new area for exploring.
On November 10, we will see the release of Football Manager 2018 and it will be even more realistic thanks to the improved game engine Match Engine. The gamer will be able to sit in the manager's chair and make important decisions that will lead his team to victory. With this game, you will have the opportunity to execute your own strategy in the world of football.
In addition, on November 10, Need For Speed Payback will become available on PC4, Xbox One and PC and a new Doom on Switch.
November 14 is the day of L.A. Noire release. It’s designed for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC4 and HTC Vive. You should expect exciting detective investigations, pursuits and shootings, as well as technical improvements.
November 17 - Star Wars: Battlefront II release on PC4, Xbox One and PC. A single player story campaign, multiplayer maps on almost all planets, legendary space battles - all this will soon become a reality for Star Wars fans.
On November 30 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR on PS VR will be released, which will allow the gamer to teleport freely. But the graphics quality resembles the one on PS3 and that can cause a lot of questions from fans. It looks like Sony is trying to promote its PS VR development by any means, and Bethesda will make a large sum of money from Skyrim once again.