5 Video Games Coming this November
Here’s our list of five video games coming this November, including The Entropy Center and Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
The Entropy Centre – November 3
The Entropy Center is a Steam game that rewards players for thinking backwards. This mind-bending first-person adventure involves solving complex puzzles by rewinding them through time.
In their world, an extinction-level event has set the world ablaze, and you’re possibly the last remaining person alive. The only hope for mankind lies at the core of the Entropy Centre.
The game gives some serious Portal vibes, so if you’re a fan of these types of puzzles. The Entropy Center might be for you.
The Entropy Centre is set to come to the PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, PS5, and Xbox One.
God of War Ragnarok – November 9
You know a game’s expected when it has won awards before even being released. God of War: Ragnarök experienced a couple of delays due to Kratos’ voice actor having health issues and the COVID-19 pandemic, but that hasn’t quelled fan excitement for the ninth instalment in the God of War series.
Ragnarök will be based in ancient Scandinavia and feature Kratos and his teenage son Atreus.
Expect Norse gods, the apocalypse, and over sixty accessibility options. The game will add more customization options for combat and interaction systems.
God of War Ragnarok is set to come for the PS5 & PS5.
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet – November 12
The newest entry in the mainline Pokémon games is probably the most expected game of November. While Sword & Shield’s Gen 8 was nothing but controversial, and last year’s Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl more so, Pokémon fans are more excited than ever to see what Game Freak comes up with in the Paldea region.
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet will be released on the Nintendo Switch.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me – November 18
Known simply as the Devil in Me, this is an interactive drama and survival horror game where a cast of five playable protagonists can make choices to create their own story.
Depending on which choices you make, you’ll alter the trajectory of the plot and change the relationships of the main characters, all of which can die permanently.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me is set to come to the PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, PS5, and Xbox One.
The Knight Witch – November 29
The Knight Witch is a Metroidvania adventure game with shoot-em-up combat in a hand-drawn world. In this game, you can cast card-based spells, forge close bonds and make moral choices to save your home and find out the mystery behind the War Golem invasion.
The Knight Witch is set to come to the PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, PS5, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.