Another month down in the 2020 calendar and things are heating up with the dawn of a new era. 133 games are scheduled to come out in November, but we’ve narrowed it all down to the Top 10 Most Anticipated Games for November 2020 arranged by release dates. For more upcoming games, you could check out our page All Upcoming Games.
1. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PS5
Ubisoft's history-slash-mythology series has been on the rise since its move towards RPG and myth in Origins, and now, we get to witness their take on the Norse culture with a dive into the world of Vikings. As a game for the next-gen, it's gonna be a treat to take down monsters and men as one of the most iconic warriors in history. Console players are eligible to get their next-gen upgrade on the Series X and PS5 free of charge. With a world that's bigger and more beautiful than ever before, it's coming out on the PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X on November 10, and November 12 on the PS5.
2. Tetris Effect: Connected on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X
Tetris Effect has been famous among fans of the blocky arcade game as it enhanced the experience with plenty of audiovisual bells and whistles. Microsoft is leveraging the old age nostalgia with this timed exclusive that levels up the excitement further with mutliplayer gameplay. Play along with friends in co-op, or match spatial wits in the competitive multiplayer, both of which you can play locally or online. Catch it on the Xbox Game Pass, or watch out for more visual trips in the Series X with Smart Delivery support. It's coming out on PC, Xbox One, and the Series X on November 10.
3. The Falconeer on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X
Revealed in last year's X019 event, this is another Microsoft exclusive that's coming out in November. Take to the skies on the backs of massive falcons, fly skillfully and smartly to eliminate your enemies. Fully developed by Skyrim modder, Tomas Salas, Falconeer shares a similarity with the Bethesda title as it lets us choose between five fighting factions in their world known as the Great Ursee. Decide where your loyalty lies and carve your own path in their open-ended story. It comes out on PC, Xbox One, and Series X on November 10.
4. Destiny 2: Beyond Light on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X
Bungie is showing continued support for their multiplayer FPS, and it's only getting better and better. This November, we'll get to dive into the darkness on the icy terrains of Jupiter's moon, Europa. As a major expansion, players will be treated to a brand new power source, Darkness, as well as some new content spread across the main game. Beyond Light is ushering the game into the dawn of a new era, with new missions, maps, locations, and so much more. Coming out on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and the Series X on November 10.
The latest installment in SEGA's long-running action adventure around the streets of Japan and its criminal underbelly. With this entry, we get a brand new story revolving around Ichiban Kasuga who deals with the fatal betrayal from the man he trusted the most. The series isn't headed to the PlayStation 5 just yet, but it has always delivered in bringing us a stunning and often hilarious tour of Japan--this time, packed with all the JRPG references they could muster. It's coming out on November 10 on the Xbox Series X, and November 13 on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Between their first announcement trailer and their latest combat gameplay, Gearbox's latest IP has gained a lot of attention. While it first looked like a run of the mill mobile MMO, with better music and stunning footage, we finally see the beauty of their high fantasy universe. Hack and slash with powerful force using their array of weapons, and watch your screen explode with sparks of HD color. As a looter slasher, it will hopefully deliver the essentials of the genre as it comes out as a timed exclusive on the PS5 this November 12.
This Bluepoint Studios has come a long way. From a mere whisper in the gamer rumor mill, we've come closer to its realization. Just as FromSoftware now moves away from their iconic Soulsborne series, they step in to give us a dose of the punishing combat we crave and love. A ground up remake of FromSofware's own PlayStation 3 title, it's a game that pretty much follows the footsteps of the original, with a few extra flourishes in graphics, traversal, kill animations, and loadtimes. A throwback that belongs to the new generation, it's coming out on the PS5 on the November 12.
We've had our fill of Peter Parker's Spider-Man, and it's about time that Miles Morales has his time in the Spotlight. Arguably the scene stealer of the PS5 lineup, this title lets us take in the shoes of the other Spider-man as he slings his web around in Harlem and the rest of New York City. From what we've seen so far, boy does it look good. PS4 players unfortunately won't have free access to the joys of the fully immersive PS5 enhancement for the Spider-Man title. In any case, Miles Morales will hit the shelves this November 12.
9. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PS5
A new year, a new Call of Duty title. This year, with the arrival of the new generation, Activision has made it their mission to do things a bit differently. With that, they present us with a few enhancements, as well as a brand new game mode Combined Arms mode. Go into their 12v12 arena that's larger than ever before, and packed with new weapons and vehicles to play around with. Impressions aren't great so far, but more previews will come with the Open Beta this October. It's set to release officially on the PC, PS4, Xbox One, Series X, and PS5 on November 13.
A title you've probably heard a million times before. Yes, after more than year's worth of anticipation, the latest IP from the impressive Cyberpunk 2077 on CD Projekt Red is finally nearing release. It was an ambitious undertaking. But from the looks of their expansive previews, plus the arrival of the new gen, Cyberpunk 2077 will potentially deliver on all the promises of its massive, dystopian open world. While players will have to wait for the definitive Series X and PS5 versions, those who are itching to play will get their chance when it releases on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on November 19.