November is absurd and full of releases! And to help you, we decided to go ahead and show you the list of what’s coming next month, so stay tuned and check everything in the video below or on our list!
Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – 6 November (13th for Switch)
Source: Stellar Entertainment / Disclosure
Starting on the 6th of November, you can warm up the engines because we will have not one, but two racing games, to start the launches of the month. The first is Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered, relaunch of the 2010 game that is in the hearts of fans as one of the best NFS (Have you checked our WORST to the Best of Need for Speed? So take a look!).
The game will have versions for PS4, Xbox One and PC, and will also have a version on the nintendo switch, but this one will come out on November 13th.
DiRT 5 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – 6 November
Source: Codemasters / Disclosure
And if you’re not in the mood to run on asphalt, then dirt and dirt are options in DiRT 5. The game was developed by Codemasters, and may have five in the name, but it’s the fourteenth game in the Colin McRae Rally series and the eighth game to take the title Dirt (you will understand these numbers, right?)
The game will arrive on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and will win a version for Stadia in 2021. DiRT 5 will also be the launch title for PS5 and Xbox Series X / S.
Yakuza 7: Like a Dragon (Xbox Series, PS4, Xbox One, PC) – 10 November – PS5 in March 2021
Source: Sega / Disclosure
Breaking it all up is enough Yakuza 7: Like a Dragon coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series, PS4 and PC, in addition to having a version of PlayStation 5 scheduled for March 2021. The title is being developed and published by Sega, but it was already released in Japan earlier this year.
The new game in the franchise, tells the story of Ichiban Kasuga, who after 18 years in prison goes on a search to mark his name in history, and halfway through he discovers the real reason for his arrest.
Destiny 2: Beyond Light (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – November 10
Source: Bungie / Disclosure
We will also have the new expansion of Destiny 2, called Beyond Light (or Beyond the Light). This is the fifth expansion of the game and this time, players will travel to Europe – not the continent, the moon of Jupiter – there they will face the Darkness, which will become a new power for the guardians, besides counting on triumphant returns like “ strange ”and also by Variks.
Gears Tactics (Xbox One, Xbox Series) – 10 November
Source: Microsoft / Disclosure
On the 10th, Gears Tactics will arrive on the Xbox family consoles. the game initially launched for PCs in April this year and offers a different style than the franchise is used to: tactical turn-based combat.
Fuser (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – 10 November
Source: Harmonix Music Systems / Disclosure
Have you ever thought about making your own music festival? From November 10th you will be able to, but virtually. Fuser arrives for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, with an interesting proposal: to make the player a super DJ able to perform even at Tomorrowland.
The rhythm game promises to feature over 100 songs from bands like Imagine Dragons, Smash Mouth and Panic At the Disco and artists like Lady Gaga, 50 Cent and Whitney Houston, has something for everyone.
XIII Remaster – PS4, PC, XBox One
Source: PlayMagic / Disclosure
Tired of the 10th? Well, sure there’s more. Another Remake is coming, this time in the FPS world, XIII will get an improved version for PS4, PC Xbox One.
The remake of the 2003 original was developed by PlayMagic and will win a Nintendo Switch version in 2021.
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla (PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series, PC) – November 10
Source: Ubisoft / Disclosure
And to close the most intense day of the month, the Vikings invade the PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series and PCs with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Ubisoft’s big release of the year comes just 10 days after Watch Dogs Legion, and promises to change many things that have displeased players in AC Odyssey and Origins.
We played ENOUGH of the game and we have two videos of impressions that you can check here on the website and also on the Voxel YouTube channel.
The Pathless (PS5, PS4, PC) – 12 November
Source: Giant Squid Studios
Finally we left the 10th and went on to the 12th of November to launch another monster: the PlayStation 5! However, only in some countries. The rest of the world (including Brazil) the island arrives the following week, the 19th.
First we will have The Pathless, which will arrive on the new Sony console, but also on the PS4 and PC. The game was made by the same developers ABZU, and tells the story of a master archer hunter, who travels to a mystical island to dispel the curse of darkness that dominates the world and his companion, an eagle that hunts corrupt spirits. The game gives a lot of importance in the connection between the bird and the hunter being one of the most outstanding mechanics.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure (PS5, PS4) – 12 November
Source: Sony / Disclosure
On the same day coming out with the console it is obvious that one of the PlayStation mascots had to show up, Sackboy: A Big Adventure it comes to exclusively for the company.
Sackboy returns in a new 3D adventure with an expressive control scheme that will use many of DualSense’s new capabilities. Players will be able to embark on this solo journey or join friends for a coop game.
Astro’s Playroom (Ps5) -12 November
Source: Sony / Disclosure
If the Sackboy will have his big adventure, nothing more fair than another PlayStation mascot has his turn too, Astro’s Playroom, arrives for the PS5 promising to show EVERYTHING what the new Sony console and DualSense can do.
Bugsnax – PC, Ps4 and PS5 -12 November
Source: Young Horses / Disclosure
If you have a word to describe Bugsnax that word would be: strange. Bugsnax takes the player to Snaktooth Island, home to the legendary creatures that are half insects and half, well … food.
The game has a kind of footprint Animal Crossing where you must explore the island’s diverse biomes to track and gather the inhabitants of Snaxburg, as well as discover, hunt and capture all 100 different species of little creatures using a variety of gadgets.
Just Dance 2021 – Switch, PS4, Xbox One and Stadia – November 12
Source: Ubisoft / Disclosure
On the 12th, people who enjoy a good exercise and, of course, dance, will do like King Julian: fidget a lot with Just Dance 2021. The Ubisoft game is already stamped every year, always bringing a very vast musical set and making the parties happy.
Godfall (PS5 and PC) – November 12
Source: Counterplay Games / Disclosure
To close the also well disputed day on November 12 we will have a game that is generating a certain expectation: Godfall coming to PS5 and PC. Developed by Counterplay Games and published by Gearbox, the game takes place in a world divided into the realms of Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Spiritual, where players assume the role of a warrior of the Order of the Knights, whose mission is to prevent a great apocalyptic event.
The player will have three main character classes to choose from, based on which armor sets are equipped. The game supports from one to three players in cooperative mode and functions as a “looter-slasher”.
KINGDOM HEARTS Melody of Memory (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – 13 November
Source: Square Enix / Disclosure
And another musical game will arrive in November, but this time on the 13th, KINGDOM HEARTS Melody of Memory will be released for PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC and will feature several songs.
Developed by Square Enix, this will be the fourteenth game to use the franchise name. The game will retell the events of the series so far, but in a much more… let’s say, rhythmic way.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – 13 November
Source: Treyarch / Disclosure
November, it’s not November without having a Call of Duty. On the 13th we will have another game from the iconic FPS franchise now taking place during the cold war. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War arrives for PS4, Xbox One and PC with a gameplay full of shooting, punching and bombing.
Cyberpunk 2077 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – 19 November
Source: CD PROJEKT RED / Disclosure
Ah, we arrived at the day that many of you were waiting for, right? November 19 marks the launch of not only the PlayStation 5 worldwide, but also Cyberpunk 2077. For sure, the most hyped game of the year will finally arrive after a few postponements.
If you’re interested, we’ve already made our first impressions of the game, and we’ll be making a lot more content, including a 24-hour live on launch day with all the VOXEL guys playing! Get ready!
Demon’s Souls (PS5) – 19 November
Source: Sony / Disclosure
Another one with great expectations is the Demon’s Souls remake, which will be released exclusively on the new Sony console. The crowd that likes the Souls franchise immortalized by From Software will have a full plate with the arrival of the PS5.
Spider-Man: Miles Morales (PS5, PS4) – 19 November
Source: Insomniac Games / Disclosure
Another Playstation exclusive that arrives that day is Spider-man: Miles Morales, the stand alone that expands the story of the web head launched in 2018.
Spider-Man it will also feature an improved version of the first game in a package, so anyone who hasn’t played it will have the opportunity to play both together.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity (Switch) – November 20
Source: Nintendo / Disclosure
You who always wanted to know what really happened in the era of Calamity in Breath of the Wild now you will have a chance from the 20th of November. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity it is 100 years before Link wakes up from his deep sleep, when the champions of Hyrule still lived and prepared to face the terrible Calamity Ganon to try to free the world from their influence.
Age of Calamity will have a much more hack’n’slash footprint with SEVERAL enemies appearing on the screen at the same time.
Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin (PS4, Switch, PC) – 20 November
Source: XSEED Games / Disclosure
Developed by a huge team of a total of two people, Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin will arrive on November 20, combining side-scrolling action with farm simulation, style Harvest Moon.
Players take on the role of Sakuna, a goddess of the spoiled harvest, banished to a dangerous island with a group of rejected humans. As she explores the island’s surroundings, she will also find a home in a mountain village, proving worthy of her title by harvesting rice and improving the lives of humans.
These are the main games of November, what did you think? ready for a well-stuffed month? Tell us in the comments section!