Every Big Game Coming Out In Spring 2018

Image: Red Dead Redemption 2

Spring can feel like the best season for a lot of reasons — the days grow longer, flowers start blooming — and new video game releases is definitely one of them.

If you enjoy big, expensive, blockbuster video games, especially sequels, this time of year has you covered. Assassins, cowboys, soldiers and apocalyptic scavengers are all headed our way again. Also Pokemon, because there will always be more Pokemon. Below you’ll find a list of the biggest games coming in the next few months.

September 25

Valkyria Chronicles 4 | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode 2 | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

September 26

Pathfinder: Kingmaker | PC

Life is Strange 2: Episode 1 | PS4, (September 27 on Xbox One, September 28 on PC)

September 27

Towerfall | Switch

September 28

FIFA 19 | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PS3, 360, PC

Dragon Ball FighterZ | Switch

October 2

Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise | PS4

Forza Horizon 4 | Xbox One, PC

Mega Man 11 | PS4, Xbox One, Switch (October 3 on PC)

October 5

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey | PS4, Xbox One, PC

Super Mario Party | Switch

October 9

WWE 2K19 | PS4, Xbox One (October 10 on PC)

The Occupation | PS4, Xbox One, PC

October 11

Child of Light | Switch

October 12

The World Ends With You: Final Remix | Switch

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 | PS4, Xbox One, PC

October 16

Starlink: Battle for Atlas | PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Warriors Orochi 4 | PC (October 19 on PS4, Xbox One and Switch)

For Honor: Marching Fire DLC | PS4, Xbox One (October 17 on PC)

October 17

LEGO DC Super Villains | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

October 19

Disgaea 1 Complete | PS4, Switch

Soulcalibur VI | PS4, Xbox One, PC

Dark Souls Remastered | Switch

October 20

Luigi’s Mansion | 3DS

October 23

Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist DLC | PS4

Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales | PC

October 25

Just Dance 2019 | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, Wii, 360, Wii U

October 26

My Hero One’s Justice | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

Red Dead Redemption 2 | PS4, Xbox One

October 30

Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game | PS4, Xbox One (October 31 on PC)

November 1

Transistor | Switch

November 2

Diablo 3: Eternal Collection | Switch

Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun! | Switch

November 6

World of Final Fantasy Maxima | Switch

November 7

Overkill’s The Walking Dead | PC (February 8 on PS4 and Xbox One)

November 8

Ride 3 | PS4, Xbox One (December 1 on PC)

Valiant Hearts | Switch

November 13

Hitman 2 | PS4, Xbox One (November 14 on PC)

Spyro Reignited Trilogy | PS4, Xbox One

November 14

Fallout 76 | PS4, Xbox One, PC

November 16

Underworld Ascendant | PC

Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Let’s Go Eevee | Switch

Civilization 6 | Switch

November 20

Battlefield 5 | PS4, Xbox One, PC

Wreckfest | PS4, Xbox One

Warframe | Switch

November 27

Darksiders 3 | PS4, Xbox One, PC

November 29

Artifact | PC

December 4

Just Cause 4 | PS4, Xbox One, PC

Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight | PS4, Vita

Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight | PS4, Vita

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden | PC

December 7

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate | Switch

Katamari Damacy Reroll | Switch, PC

December 13

Insurgency: Sandstorm | PC


Comments

    Psssst...December isn’t part of Spring!

    This last part of 2018 is stacked. I’m looking at buying an average of a game per week for the rest of the year and I’ll be lucky to have time to finish more than a handful of them. VC4 today is the start of the avalanche.

      Why not save some money, pick up the ones you will finish at launch then buy the others on sale in 3-4 months during the post Xmas dry period?

        mate, this is not the time to be talking sense.
        There are new games to be had god damn it

          :) maybe I'm just envious of those with more disposable income and time.

          Ive moved to Sydney with a wife and child to go back to uni, so I have limited time and money (it is insane how much rent is here). I bought Spiderman because my little one loves him (has watched all the 90's cartoon) and its nice to have a game to play together, but that's the first game I have bought at launch for 2 years.

          Last edited 25/09/18 6:20 pm

        Look, you speak sense and that's what I SHOULD do...but @mucktard speaks to the reality of my mental state.

      That actually depends on what seasonal definitions you use. Australia just assigns certain months to belong to a 'season' (so December, January and February are Summer) but astronomically speaking, this is incorrect. Spring in the southern hemisphere should last from the Vernal Equinox (September 23rd this year) until the Summer Solstice (which this year is December 22nd).

      This is a US article, and the US uses Astronomical seasons rather than the arbitrary definitions we use in Australia. This is actually the release calendar for Fall/Autumn in the US, so it includes stuff releasing in December because the US uses a more accurate definition for the season. When reposted on Kotaku AU they merely flip the season from Fall to Spring.

        I believe we use the months as the start/end of seasons due to our young diggers in WW1, and making it easy for them to know when to change uniforms.

        It blew my mind when I realized most of the world doesn't do it like this. And it explains why most of March feels like Summer in Australia.

          I was today years old when I discovered this.

          I don't know how to process this new information.

          Apparently it wasn't the WW1 troops changing uniforms, it was the New South Wales Corps who established the convention in the late 18th century.

        Don't come in here with your fancy science talk!

        Point taken though.

    Question: are these Australian dates, or do we wait an additional 12-24 hours to catch up to EU/US time? I will be sad face if VC4 isn’t there waiting for me to buy when I get home from work today!

      VC4 is out today, my copy is sitting on my desk at work waiting for me to take it home!

        Sweet! Thanks.

        Hmmm ... *drums fingers on desk*. I’m not THAT busy at work today ...

    In the pleasant & unusual position of there not being a temendous amount of games between now & xmas i’ll be looking to pick up; Warriors Orochi, RDR2, Valkyria Chronicles & Hitman are the ones I’m sorely tempted by, with a few other ‘double dips’ making eyes at me (go away Diablo, please!) & AC a sale purchase in a years time...

    Have noticed over the past couple of years actually that Q1 seems to be more of a wallet drain for me personally, think that trend looks like continuing over spring/summer?

    Noticed a few people talking about Destruction Derby in the Playstation Classic article the other day; Wreckfest is in a similar mould to that & the (decent) Flatout games & I can very much recommend (Nov 20th)

    I'm personally looking forward to Monster Boy (http://www.monsterboy.com/blog/)
    November 6th - PS4, Switch

    It may not be a "Big" game, but I'll certainly be hoping its a "sleeper" hit!

    Last edited 25/09/18 7:59 pm

    so for me it looks odessy on the 5th, then nothing until the nov 27th for Darksiders 3, then December 4th for just cause 4. Im Skipping fallout76 until private servers and mods become a realilty

      Pretty much the same for me - Valkyria today, Assassin's Creece, then Darksiders 3 and I'm done for the year. Going to pick up a couple others along the way (esp. The World Ends With You) but I can't see myself having time to play them for a while.

    I don't understand why we have all these games stacked at this time of the year. Wouldn't it make more sense to spread them out?

    Any of these games could have been released in the previous few months and sold better, surely.

    RDR2 is all I'll need for a very long time. The only others on that list that interest me are Just Cause 4 (although I'm yet to finish 3) and Wreckfest for a little mindless fun.

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