With November creeping into the corner, this also bears news about upcoming games that are worth noting by us. These few line-ups range from JRPGs to point-and-click investigations to beat ’em up to shooters. We are as hyped as you are when it comes to kicking back, relaxing and enjoying a world filled with capturing monsters or shooting some enemies alongside friends while capturing points right before Christmas. I hope you have a great month ahead and stay safe.
Shin Megami Tensei V
Exciting JRPG title by Atlus, Shin Megami Tensei V is coming to Nintendo Switch on November 12th. Bringing the JRPG journey into an otherworldly world filled with demons to fight, befriend, and infuse. Attack enemy’s weakness to increase actions in combat and filling up a Magatsuhi Skills will unleash an ultimate attack. Harnessing demon essences to change skills and affinity while collecting glory to obtain special skills called miracles.
Source: Official ATLUS West
Sherlock Holmes Chapter One
Join young detective Sherlock as he finds himself infiltrating the more descendant and lavish circles of Cordona’s society. Sherlock Holmes Chapter One is slated to be released on November 16th on the PC, Xbox Series & PS5, followed up by PS4 and Xbox One release at a later date. In search of the truth, use clues, rumors, disguises, labels, and pinned evidence throughout the entire city set in the 19th century.
Below are some gameplay and combat trailers to feast your eyes on.
Call of Duty: Vanguard
The upcoming Activision shooter will be coming to PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via Battle.net on November 5th. Call of Duty: Vanguard delivers a full package of multiplayer, campaign, and zombie co-op modes, set in a World War II narrative campaign spanning across Europe, the Pacific, and North Africa.
Source: Call of Duty
A True king fights side by side with his soldiers.
This is Arthur Kingsley ? #Vanguard pic.twitter.com/T6LYHk7gJe
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) October 30, 2021
Welcome to #CODSZN! ?#Vanguard begins a massive year of all the new Call of Duty content. We’re dropping everything you need to know about launch and the road to Season One: https://t.co/TB6xdKtpaY pic.twitter.com/ChR1XhIwR3
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) October 28, 2021
Enter the combat zones with your friends as Battlefield 2042 will be heading your way on November 19th on PC, PS5, Xbox One PS4, and Xbox One as announced by Electronic Arts and DICE. So team up and take on dynamically-changing battlegrounds featuring 128 players, unprecedented destruction, and a cutting-edge arsenal.
Features As Shared on Steam
The next generation of fan-favorites, Conquest and Breakthrough, features the largest Battlefield map ever and up to 128 players. Experience the intensity of all-out warfare on maps filled with dynamic weather and spectacular world events.
Battlefield’s massive, iconic sandbox mode returns – this time supporting 128 players on PC. The maps have been specifically designed for this vast scale, with action divided into “clusters” of various kinds. The action also now centers around sectors consisting of several flags instead of individual control points.
The return of Breakthrough sees two teams – Attackers and Defenders – battle over larger-scale sectors as the Attackers push towards the final objective. Every sector is designed to accommodate a larger number of players, facilitating more strategic choice and more flanking opportunities. You can approach the capture areas from multiple locations and take advantage of more types of tactical options.
Customize weapons, gears, rules, and more in this creative sandbox mode. Replay classic experiences with select content from Battlefield 1942, Battlefield 3, and Battlefield: Bad Company 2, or leverage modern content from the world of Battlefield 2042 to discover, create, and share something completely new.
BATTLEFIELD HAZARD ZONE
Battlefield Hazard Zone combines edge-of-your-seat gameplay with the best of the Battlefield sandbox. Inserted as a four-member squad, you must locate and retrieve critical Data Drives scattered throughout the battlefield while competing against opposing squads with the same objective and local militias. Gather Data Drives before a storm engulfs the area and choose the best time to evacuate in this high-stakes, one-life experience.
Sundance has the explosives and experience to make life very difficult for the enemy. From scatter grenades to micro-drones, if something needs to go "boom", they're the one to call ?
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— Battlefield (@Battlefield) October 25, 2021
Pokemon Brilliant Diamond / Shining Pearl
Get your pokeballs ready as the remake of Pokemon Brilliant Diamond / Shining Pearl returns to Nintendo Switch on November 19th, 2021 as announced byThe Pokémon Company. Make new friends and enemies alike, including the new Legendary Pokémon Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf.
Riley is an even-tempered Trainer, but he has a strange air about him. ? He and his partner Lucario will also travel with you for a time, and eventually become powerful allies. https://t.co/KaLlR33NdN#PokemonBrilliantDiamond #PokemonShiningPearl pic.twitter.com/hrM1G8xfpl
— Pokémon (@Pokemon) October 29, 2021
Source: The Official Pokémon YouTube channel
Asterix & Obelix: Slap them All!
The iconic duo returns in a brand new adventure on November 19th on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC as announced by Microids. Set in a cartoon 50 B.C.E, play as Asterix and Obelix and sets sail to the most iconic places in the comic book series while battling Roman legionaries, pirates, brigands, and even the dreaded Normans.
- Face hordes of Romans in various environments, based on the existing Asterix and Obelix albums
- Team up with a friend in local multiplayer mode
- Fight your enemies with powerful moves and unique combos