Top New Games Out On Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC This Month -- November 2018

November is quickly approaching, so this week's episode of New Releases is taking a look at some of the biggest titles launching all month long. November has new entries in massive franchises like the online RPG Fallout 76, the World War II shooter Battlefield 5, and the latest in assassination simulation with Hitman 2Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee look to be great first-time Pokemon games on Nintendo Switch, which is also getting its own special port of Diablo 3.

Diablo III: Eternal Collection -- November 2

Available on: Switch

The dungeon-crawler is coming to the Switch with a batch of new Nintendo-themed items. This version includes a Cucco pet, Triforce portrait, Majora's Mask-inspired wings, and a Ganondorf transmog. The Eternal Collection also packages together a bunch of previously released DLC, including the Reaper of Souls expansion and Rise of the Necromancer pack.

Hitman 2 -- November 13

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Unlike 2016's reboot, this sequel isn't episodic. Instead, you'll be able to carry out assassinations in both Miami and an American suburb, Colombia, New Zealand, Mumbai, and the Isle of Sgail right from the start. Hitman 2 also pits you against a fellow killer in the new competitive Ghost Mode.

Fallout 76 -- November 14

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Fallout 76 takes the series' trademark RPG gameplay to new places--and not just because it's set in an irradiated West Virginia. This game trades NPCs and Raiders for a totally online experience: band together, build a base, raid other player camps, complete side quests, and even launch nukes. Expect plenty of weird quests and mutated monsters too.

Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu! / Let's Go Eevee! -- November 16

Available on: Switch

This pair of Pokemon games are a reimagining of the classic Pokemon Yellow, and they seem perfect for first-time trainers. You won't battle Pokemon in the wild; instead, you'll catch them Pokemon Go-style to earn experience. You can also play the entire game with drop-in/drop-out co-op, in which the second player will control an extra Pokemon during standard battles.

Battlefield V -- November 20

Battlefield V is firmly planted in World War II, with a focus on realism. This time around, you can create a whole squad of custom soldiers with the new Company feature, then take them into progressive multiplayer modes like Operations. Developer DICE has lots of free post-launch content planned too, including its take on the massively popular battle royale mode, dubbed Firestorm.


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