We round up some of this month's most exciting titles, from Battlefield 2042 to Forza Horizon 5
Playground's latest open world racer heads to Mexico in what looks to be the most polished entry in the sensational sandbox series yet.Released on: Nov 10
We can't wait to start breeding one of the 75 new dino species that appear in this park-building sequel's campaign. Annnnnd 20 tourists have been gobbled up by a T-Rex. Our bad.
Rockstar's iconic criminal open world classics are back, but unlike you've ever seen them. With GTA 5-aping controls and a brand new graphical engine, these PS2-era gems look like killer remasters.
CoD returns to WWII with a campaign that spans the Pacific, North Africa, and the Western Front, while multiplayer focuses on Special Forces troops.Released on: Nov 5
With new and all previously released Creation Club items, and next-gen improvements, this should be the best ever version of Bethesda's legendary open world adventure.Released on: Nov 11
Battlefield is going against the grain this year, ditching single-player and battle royale modes for sector-controlling 128 player matches. The weather effects look amazing... and kinda terrifying.Released on: Nov 19