New Things Coming In Nov For gamers

Since major companies have made it a habit to release their giant video games just before Hanukkah, Christmas, and other holidays, November is often the most critical month for gaming. But during the last few years, that has only sometimes been the case, with the epidemic dispersing release dates like a tornado toppling a calendar factory.

We were promised a right November 2022 with a specific stretch of essential things. And it’s only starting now. Here is a list of the upcoming games in chronological order, along with comments from the PC Gamer editors who have played or have been keeping an eye on them.

An actual expansion of World of Warcraft that, so far, seems positive

When: Before the development officially launches on November 28, a pre-release patch was released Tuesday night.

The associate editor is Tyler Colp. The World of Warcraft expansions often promise to return to the way things were initially, but Dragonflight is the only one that seems to deliver on that. Considering that the Dragon Isles abandoned map geometry in the game’s files, WoW fans have long wished to visit them and requested the ability to play as dragons. The pre-patch for Dragonflight gives players a taste of what’s to expect later this month in the expansion that will usher the MMO into a colorful, adventurous future and adds the highly customizable Dracthyr race.

The return to Warzone

What day: Wednesday

Author: Morgan Park, Staff Call of Duty enters a new generation with the release of Warzone 2. Old Warzone has been retired (at least temporarily), and in its place is a revamped battle royale suite with a new map, AI opponents, and DMZ, which is decidedly not a battle royale mode but may be the best aspect of the whole thing. The “sandbox extraction” encouraged by Escape From Tarkov and Hunt: Showdown does away with the circle, allowing players to set their own goals, collect whatever they can carry, and evacuate before the timer runs out.

What’s that? Crysis is back.

What day: Thursday

Global Editor-in-Chief Evan Lahti

Chief: Both Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 have been remastered, in case you missed them at the Epic Games Store last year. They will be available on Steam the next day. The sequels from Crytek are:

  • Fantastic popcorn shooters with creative monster designs.
  • A beautiful vision of an alien-invaded New York City.
  • Occasional sandbox ingenuity.

They’re worth a look if you didn’t notice them in 2011 or 2013.

A broadcast of a PC game from about 2023.

When: November 17 @ 10:00 a.m. Eastern

Global Editor-in-Chief Evan Lahti: Please excuse the self-promotion as we have a significant concert tomorrow! There are already many exciting games planned for the upcoming year, so if you have around 75 minutes the day after today, consider playing one of them.

The popular PlayStation port of the present

Date: Friday

Global Editor-in-Chief Evan Lahti: Miles Morales is the most recent PlayStation “distinct” to make its way onto PC, two years after it debuted on the PlayStation 5. The derivative received a combined 85 out of 100 from critics, who praised it. It does play like fantastic DLC, as our colleagues at GamesRadar noted in their review of Miles Morales, although they caution that it is a little smaller than they had hoped.

The Autumn Steam Sale

When: November 22–29

Global Editor-in-Chief Evan Lahti

Chief: In many areas of the industry, temperatures are falling, and so are Steam’s prices. Throughout Black Friday, Valve will host every other weekly sale, which brings to mind…

Black Friday, often known as “You can buy picture cards right now,”

Date: November 25–28 (however additionally right now, essentially)

Global Editor-in-Chief Evan Lahti: The PC Gamer hardware team’s deal hunters have already been tracking down the best Black Friday PC gaming deals, which seemed okay during the pre-BF period. In general, it is just great to see some actual GPUs ($260 for a Radeon RX 6650 XT; $450 for a GeForce RTX 3060 Ti) sitting atop virtual cabinets while the memory of component shortages in 2020 and 21 continues to fade.

Another game from a brilliant Polish first-person shooter company

On November 22,

Global Editor-in-Chief Evan Lahti

Chief: Showdown is not to be confused with Weird West, Hard West, or Hunt.

The most recent game in the genre of spooky cowboy action games is called Evil West. Flying Wild Hog, the developers of popular video games like Shadow Warrior 3, Hard Reset, and Trek to Yomi, is heavily involved in the production of this $50 game that promises a “tale-driven marketing campaign to preserve America.”

Warhammer 40K reconstructions are the biggest ever.

When: November 28; if you preordered it, it would arrive tomorrow

Features Editor Wesley Fenlon: Nearly 50 Warhammer 40K video games are available, and most of them, according to resident series expert Jody Macgregor, could be better. The best games tend to be strategy ones, which is nice, but I understand others want a high-budget, ground-level perspective of the chaotic 40K world. That game is Darktide.

When Darktide was first announced in mid-2020, I had a “provide it to me immediately” reaction, and when I finally got my hands on it this summer, it did not disappoint. Vermintide was a good imitation of Left 4 Dead, but Vermintide 2 proved that Fatshark understands how to pass a lot of time when money and time are on its side. The very intense melee battle from that game is still there in Darktide, but lasguns have been added. Say it out loud with me: skulls for the throne of the head.

The most popular Marvel PC game ever?

When: December 2

Global Editor-in-Chief Evan Lahti

Chief: Marvel’s Midnight Suns is perhaps the most elaborate PC portrayal of the Marvel world from the people who created XCOM. The Midnight Sun’s pocket-sized lair is set up like the Normandy, a hub where you can improve relationships with teammates (from Ghost Rider to Wolverine, Magik, and Spider-Man), personalize your room, set studies obligations in motion, and look for crafting materials. I’ve warned our team that this game may be more like Mass Effect than most anticipate.

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