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Videogames: Latest titles not to miss at the end of 2018

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By GaryOPA on Oct 17, 2018 at 11:12 AM
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    Summer seems far away, Halloween is around the corner and there is not much time left until the end of this year.

    Although the Christmas period is the most important for video games sales, in reality, excluding some exceptions, all software houses have already published most of their hit titles. Therefore, we introduce seven games not to be missed in the last part of this year, a year that already gave us great productions such as God of War, Marvel's Spiderman, Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Forza Horizon 4.

    Red Dead Redemption II (October 26)
    After several delays, the second installment in the Rockstar Games series set in the old West is finally coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. From what we have seen until today, we should expect an incredibly vast and intense gaming experience. It will certainly be a great production and we would be tempted to bet on its success, maybe on all british casino.

    Hitman 2 (November 13)
    After testing the chapter-based release, IO Interactive returns to "normality" with Hitman 2. Agent 47 really looks great and returns magnificently in stores. Among the new features, a new multiplayer Phantom mode has been announced that will allow two players to compete online against each other, both in the role of Agent 47, striving to eliminate the largest number of targets in the game.

    Fallout 76 (November 14)
    Fallout's post-atomic imaginative universe returns with this spin-off completely focused on a multiplayer gaming experience that intrigues the numerous fans of a series now rightfully entering the cult games category in the world of video games.

    Battlefield V (November 20)
    Electronic Arts is ready to challenge Activision’s supremacy in the field of first person shooters with the new Battlefield that brings us back to one of the favorite scenarios among gamers, that of World War II. Unlike its rival, Battlefield V has not abandoned the single player mode and will present a story mode that has been widely talked about in recent weeks to set it apart from COD.

    Darksiders III (November 27)
    Thanks to THQ Nordic, the third installment of the Darksiders series will soon materialize on PCs and consoles. There is a lot of interest to find out if the Gunfire Games team will keep up with the high expectations towards this saga: the fact that many developers from the previous chapters have joined the development team obviously lets us feel optimistic about it.

    Just Cause 4 (December 4)
    One of the craziest series in the free roaming category returns with a fourth chapter that promises to be amazing from what we have seen until now. Rebel agent Rico Rodriguez once again needs you to face the ruthless Black Hand leader, Gabriela Morales and her elite troops.

    Super Smash Bros Ultimate (December 7)
    This is the last big release of 2018. Super Smash Bros Ultimate will bring in Nintendo Switch all the fun of this arena fighting series with the largest range of characters ever seen in a single video game. There is a virtually endless list of Nintendo characters and special guests from many other series and this guarantees to be the number one best seller of the Christmas season.


Discussion in 'General Gaming News' started by GaryOPA, Oct 17, 2018.

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