Nov 14, 2016 02:43 PM EST
New Releases This November: Games Coming To Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U & PC Detailed!
Fans might have to stretch their budget this time around since a lot of games have been reported to be coming this week of November. On top of this, it seems that games are being dished out from left to right on all major platforms, such as the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo's 3DS and Wii U, and PC.
One of the highly anticipated games coming this November might be "Pokemon Sun and Moon" that will be released for the Nintendo 3DS, Warpzoned reported. It stated that the latest installment of the "Pokemon" franchise will be set in the Alola region that was based on Hawaii.
As the game is about to come, fans can also read up on some key details on what to expect from the upcoming "Pokemon Sun and Moon," University Herald reported.
Another anticipated sequel coming out is "Watch Dogs 2," which will be released for the PlayStation 4 this week. As previously reported, the open-world action-adventure game by Ubisoft will also be releasing the game along with its Season Pass.
The complete list of Warpzoned has the following games coming out this month:
"Minecraft: Story Mode The Complete Adventure"
"Dragon Ball: Fusions"
"Pokemon Sun and Moon"
Nintendo Wii U
Xbox One & PlayStation 4
"Star Wars: Battlefront Ultimate Edition"
"Watch Dogs 2"
"Assasin's Creed: The Ezio Collection"
"Overcooked: Gourmet Edition"
In addition to this, VG24/7 has put out their own listing for new and upcoming games coming this week.
For the PlayStation 4, the following are some games fans can also expect to arrive this week: "FreezeMe," "Hasbro Family Fun Pack: Conquest Edition," "Ittle Dew 2," "Mekazoo," Mutant Mudds Deluxe," "Silence," and "Stern Pinball Arcade."
On top of this, VG24/7 has also noted that two games will also be coming out for the PlayStation VR, namely "Space Rift: Episode 1" and "Time Machine."
As such, fans have a lot to choose from the list of games coming this week on all platforms.
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