Every Major Video Game Releasing In November 2020

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Every Major Video Game Releasing In November 2020
Image: Ubisoft

While the flagship game for November 2020 was Cyberpunk 2077 before it was delayed, don’t be afraid — with the brand new console generation launching mid-month and a stack of exciting games on the horizon, November is still absolutely packed with great video game content.

The major AAA titles you’ll want to keep an eye on in November include Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Demon’s Souls, Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War, but there’s plenty of other great games on the way too.

There’s plenty in store for next gen and current gen users whether you’re up for a quick dance or a pillage through ninth century England.

Launch titles are fairly scarce for the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, but many of the November games will feature enhancements for next gen users like ray tracing, faster loading times and better overall graphics.

Here’s every major video game release for November 2020:

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Image: Yakuza: Like A Dragon (Sega)

As a refresher, November also heralds the arrival of the Xbox Series X on November 10 and the launch of the PlayStation 5 on November 12.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure is a personal highlight from this list, but I’m also keen to jump into some epic Viking adventuring with Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla. With offerings in the adventure, dancing, shooter and racing genres, there really is something for everyone this month.

What upcoming game releases are you most excited about playing in November? Pop on down to the comments below.


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Comments

  • Oh man, Sakuna is one that I’m actually pretty hype for without knowing enough about it. That came up quickly! Not that it’s a guaranteed get. The 2D brawler/platformer part is the bit I’m LESS excited about, so I need to watch some let’s plays or something to see if the part that I’m more excited about is just a bolted-on seasoning to the meat of the bit I don’t care about.

    The Pathless is super intimidating to me, but it’s so pretty. I think I’m just going to watch a full play through video for that one. I can just tell I’d fuck it up.

    When the PS5 comes out, I’m going to be loaded up with Valhalla, Legion, Yakuza, Demon’s Souls, Miles Moralies, and Godfall as it is. No way I’m going to be able to give those the attention they deserve before Cyberpunk finally comes out and dominates all my attention.

    Also, low-key probably gonna continue playing Genshin Impact on the PS5 anyways. I can’t wait to see what that machine does to frames and load times, which are not great for PS5 compared to PC.

    • I understand if you don’t want to answer this. But are you by any chance retired? It seems like you have lots of time haha

      • Haha, I wish I could retire. But no, mostly I can play a lot of different things because I have no children and very few other competing hobbies.

        Also, I get to play a lot of different games because I finish with them very quickly. I’m a sampler, I like to play games like they’re a buffet.

  • I am kinda glad Cyberpunk was delayed. Means I can throw myself into Valhalla and play new Destiny 2 (mostly) guilt while also trying to finish my university semester and (hopefully) pass. Though Astro Playroom might be now be the one game too many.

  • Hyrule Warriors is about the only game I’m bothering with this month, and apart from AC:Val (which I will purchase in full when discounted), Sakuna ; which looks like a decent game until they specify that combat system, and Kingdon Hearts (key mashing), which I have owned previous versions of (Theatrhythm); I don’t see any other games worth paying attendtion to.

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