Oct 13, 2016 09:53 PM EDT
Top Video Games Releasing In October 2016; Xbox and PS4 Bundle Deals [VIDEO]
There's a great number of exciting new video games expected to come out this year. From "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" to "The Last Guardian," 2016 is packed with releases of some of the most anticipated games on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
To help a gamer keep track of everything coming out, here's a compilation of the release dates of all the games coming out in October 2016. On October 18 "Batman: Return to Arkham" and the music video game, "Rock Band Rivals," will be available on Xbox One and PS4. While "Exist Archive" will be up for grabs on PlayStation 4.
On October 21, the "Civilization VI" will be available on PC, and the first-person shooter video game "Battlefield 1" on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. "Battlefield 1" game comes along with a multi-perspective single-player campaign, which will narrate the stories of five different soldiers fighting across different locations during the World War I, according to Game Spot.
On October 25, gamers will enjoy Giants Software's "Farming Simulator 17" on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The role-playing video game "World of Final Fantasy" will be up for grabs on PS4 and PS Vita.
On October 28, the open world action role-playing video game, "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" and "Titanfall 2" will hit Xbox One, PS4 and PC. While "Yomawari: Night Alone," a survival horror video game, will smash up PS Vita and PC. "Titanfall 2" is looking to overcome the shortcomings of the original title, as it provides a more robust multiplayer mode and the addition of a single-player campaign.
On the other hand, the Xbox One S and PS4 Slim console deals are already firing up. The new 2 terabyte Xbox One S "Gears of War 4" Limited Edition Bundle's first deal came to light at GameStop. The deal also includes the pre-order of "Battlefield 1" on Xbox One S consoles, Escapist Magazine reported.
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