Biggest and most anticipated games coming out in November 2022

Here are the most anticipated games of the November 2022

October 2022 had some big games but many of them failed to impress the masses. There was a big expectation from Gotham Knights but it couldn’t deliver. Scorn was a niche hit not being liked by many.

The only big game that was a hit was the Plague Tales Requiem although it was badly optimised, being extremely demanding on PC. Overwatch 2 was released which saw a mixed reception.

You can check out more of the games released in October 2022 here. Now, it’s time to move on to November. November has some high hopes with the highly anticipated God Of War Ragnarok and other big games like Sonic Frontiers.

Here are some of the biggest and most anticipated games of November 2022.

Football Manager 2023

With FIFA 23 being the end of the FIFA game under EA, Football Manager continues to gain a strong following with its franchise. Football Manager 2023 is the next instalment in the Football Manager franchise coming up least changes to the core gameplay, which is a good thing.

The early review has been overly positive and if you are looking to jump into this franchise, this seems like a good time. 

It will be released on November 8 for PS5, Xbox One, macOS, Xbox Series X|S, PC and Switch.

Sonic Frontiers

Sonic is back again but only this time, it looks like the 3D Sonic game that gets it right. It does not seem to rely on the classic Sonic levels and that makes it a potentially good Sonic game.

There is added combat mechanics which is a good addition and you can check out the first 6 minutes of gameplay which is out. As a player, you will explore the mysterious Starfall Islands to collect the Chaos Emeralds after Sonic, Miles “Tails” Prower, and Amy Rose get separated when falling through a wormhole.

Sonic Frontiers releases November 8 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC and Switch.

God of War: Ragnarok

This has the potential to be the biggest hit of the year, except for Elden Ring though. The most anticipated sequel to the God of War will take him further into the Norse realms. We cannot wait what adventure lies in the game.

As the name suggests, the game will revolve around Ragnarok with Kratos and Atreus in between and Norse gods coming to get their hands on Kratos. 

We can expect stunning graphics, combat, gameplay and a gripping story just like in The God of War.

God of War: Ragnarok releases on November 9 exclusively on PS5 and PS4.

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Warhammer 40,000: Darktide

Another addition to the Warhammer 40000 universe, here comes a first-person action game by the developer and publisher Fatshark. 

The gameplay will be similar to that in Fatshark’s Warhammer: Vermintide 2, in which four players work together to defeat waves of AI-controlled enemies. Instead of pre-made characters, players can customize their class, appearance, and gender in the game.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide releases on November 30 on PC and will release later for consoles.

Evil West

We haven’t got a lot of wild west combined with vampires, so here’s one. Evil West is an upcoming Third-person shooter video game developed by Flying Wild Hog and published by Focus Entertainment.

You will play Jesse Rentier, a vampire hunter who is one of the last members of a vampire-hunting organisation in the American Wild West.

Evil West releases on November 22 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series S|X and Xbox On.

Goat Simulator 3

Where is Goat Simulator 2? Goat Simulator 3 is the next instalment as they skipped “2” as a joke. Goat Simulator will provide all the same fun and wackiness as the first one. It will add a four-player co-op feature and will be set on the island of San Angora.

With friends, Goat Simulator is bound to be more fun.

Goat Simulator 3 releases on November 17 on PC, P5, Xbox Series X|S

The Devil in Me

This is the fourth instalment to The Dark Pictures Anthology which will end the first season of the anthology. This will be the fourth instalment in the anthology and will continue to provide the same elements as in the earlier instalments with 5 playable characters, multilinear linear and your decisions affecting the plot.

The title will introduce new features, such as character inventory, tool-based puzzles, and new movement capabilities such as running, jumping, and climbing. As your documentary film crew film their latest episode in a replica of “Murder Castle”, they slowly begin to realize things are not quite as they seem and that they are being watched and manipulated. Soon enough, they discover there is much more at stake than just their ratings

The Devil in Me releases November 18 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.

The Chant

A single-player, third-person horror action-adventure game set on a remote spiritual island retreat. To survive you must craft, fight, and escape the psychedelic horrors set loose when a spiritual ritual goes wrong and awakens a dimension of cosmic terror.

Developed by Brass Token and published by Prime Matter, The Chant releases on November 3 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series S|X and Xbox One.

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All the games to release in November 2022

GameRelease Date
The Chant
Die By The Blade
Entropy Centre
From Space
Horse Tales
Kingshunt
Outshine
WRC Generations
November 3
Aeterna Noctis
Harvestella
It Takes Two (For Switch)
November 4
Soulstone SurvivorsNovember 7
A Little to the Left
Football Manager 2023
Sonic Frontiers
November 8
God of War: RagnarokNovember 9
City Bus Manager
Fabular: Once Upon a Spacetime
Police Simulator: Patrol Officers
Shadow of the Guild
November 10
Valkyrie Elysium (For PC)November 11
Bravery and Greed
Floodland
Pentiment
Smurfs Kart (Only Switch)
Syberia: The World Before
November 15
Warzone 2November 16
Goat Simulator 3
Many Fantastic Ranch
Starsand
November 17
The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me
Heidelberg 1693
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet (Only Switch)
November 18
Evil West
Just Dance 2023
Ship of Fools
November 22
The Knight WitchNovember 29
Warhammer 40,000: DarktideNovember 30

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