What Games Should We Be Hyped for Now

Brandon Collins/Staff Reporter

Now that we are halfway through the major fall gaming release schedule, and most of the Avion’s most-hyped games from the semester have been released, we got to thinking. What games should we be hyped for now, especially since Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Red Dead Redemption II are out? Well, we found out. So we have composed them in this helpful article so you guys can get hyped for November and December, and the fun and exciting games they will inevitably bring.  

One of the most hyped games coming in November is Bethesda Game Studios’ “Fallout 76.” Fallout 76 is the only game on the Avion’s original hype list from earlier this semester that has not been released yet, but we have had been able to have time with it through its multiple BETA sessions they have held for the game. Personally, it reminds me of a typical Fallout Game mixed with some elements of Ubisoft’s game “The Division.” The game is currently scheduled to release on November 14, 2018.

Next up is THQ Nordic’s Darksiders III, the long-awaited sequel to 2012’s Darksiders II. Originally featured on the Avion’s “Most Hyped Games of the Semester” as an honorable mention, in this game, players will take control of Fury, the sister of War and Death, and one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Fury, who is a mage, is described as the most unpredictable and enigmatic of the Four Horsemen. She relies on various melee weapons, as well as magic, while in combat. The game is currently locked in for release on November 27, 2018. 

Just Cause 4 is Square Enix’s fourth installment into their action-adventure series, Just Cause. The sequel to 2015’s Just Cause 3, players continue to follow Rico Rodriguez as he lands in Solis (a fictional country in South America that is home to a significant conflict, oppression, and some extreme weather conditions) to find the truths about his past at whatever the costs. The game is currently for release on December 4, 2018.  

For what seems to be the season of sequels, our next game is the sequel to IO Interactive 2016 Hitman, Hitman 2. In this game, players will follow Agent 47 as he embarks on his missions to hunt down the elusive Shadow Client while attempting to disassemble his militia along the way. Players will discover the hidden truths of Agent 47’s past as they progress in the game. The game is currently set to release November 13, 2018.  

Last, and certainly not least, is EA’s Battlefield V, which is the sixteenth installment in the Battlefield series. With a release date of November 20, EA has been given out a plethora of information to get players excited for the game, one of the most prominent being that the game will not have a premium pass, so players will once again be required actually to work to progress in the multiplayer system. They have also announced that there are currently no microtransactions set to be in place at launch.


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