- Jack Kirby
November in Gaming!
It may be nearing the end of 2018, but there is still an insane amount of gaming left to squeeze out of the last sixth of the calendar! But right now let's focus on what's coming up in the next 31 days. November, take us away!
A new breed of combat racing is ripping into our gaming experience when GRIP hits the shelves on the 6th. While our review goes live on Friday, we can't tell you much at the moment, except split screen, fast pace and explosive racing is back!
When Hitman was originally rebooted, it bought a new twist to the series, with the introduction of the episodic release of its locations and missions. If you haven't played it yet, do yourself a favour and grab a copy or pick it up on the Xbox Game Pass, because sneaking into November on the 13th is the long awaited sequel. With refined graphics, intense and seemingly unlimited ways to complete your objectives and an amazing marketing campaign, we're dying to get our hands on Hitman 2.
The 13th is also home to everyone's favourite Purple, Fire -Breathing Dragon Hero. That's right, you don't need reminding that the great minds behind the Crash Bandicoot re-make are returning Spyro to our consoles. With a completely re-mastered original trilogy, it's not long until we're back charging chests, chasing butterflies and burning baddies!
November is a hot month for the Nintendo Switch as well, with the latest Pokemon title, Let's Go! Pikachu/Eevee finally dropping. Crossing the lines of Pokemon Go and the original Red/Blue/Yellow, it's an exciting time for fans of the Game Freak series. But don't put down the portable king just yet! With the renowned Blizzard title Diablo 3 dropping onto to what seems to be the perfectly designed console for it and the almighty Sid Meier's Civ 6, there is tons to do on the handheld beast.
And to round off the month, two titans of the industry are coming to play. Bethesda have already pushed out a B.E.T.A of Fallout 76, but the full title is due to drop in the coming month, bringing the first every multiplayer experience to the lore of the bunkers. Not ones to sit back, EA are also coming out swinging, with the delayed release of Battlefield V. With the constantly evolving series, it's set to be a treat, both in single player and multiplayer.
So that's Gaming in November! Stay tuned for our Music Preview and Decembers round up!