Baldur's Gate 3 and Crash Bandicoot 4 are the most anticipated games of October 2020

Baldur's Gate 3 and Crash Bandicoot 4 are the most anticipated games of October 2020
We are finally in October 2020, one month only before the arrival of the next gen of PS5 and Xbox Series X, but the videogame releases do not show any signs of diminishing in intensity, although the generational transition often corresponds to a sort of black hole for launches. high-caliber software. This is obviously because the new consoles will still be compatible with the current ones, therefore it makes little sense to hold an output or move it to after the launch of a new platform, given that in any case the games should work on everything, at least in roughly. We are thus faced with a very rich and interesting month, with various large-caliber releases and proposals suitable for tastes that are also quite different from each other, which is also clearly demonstrated by the choices that emerged from these two votes on the game. expected in October.





The editorial team has chosen Baldur's Gate 3, while readers have bet en masse on Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time, but c 'is immediately a question to be clarified: in the internal vote we wanted to consider Baldur's Gate 3 although the game is expected to be released only in early access this month, therefore not in the final version, a choice that was not implemented for the survey submitted to readers, which did not contain the title Larian Studios among the possible options. This may have caused an imbalance in the voting results, as perhaps readers could have voted for Baldur's Gate 3 despite the preliminary version. In any case, at this point we will talk about it again when the game will be released in the final edition, for the moment let's see which are the most anticipated games of October.



The most awaited by the editors

Having overcome the doubts on whether or not to put Baldur's Gate 3 among the possible choices with an affirmative answer, the game Larian Studios has established itself without problems on the other options, demonstrating once again how the editorial team is made up of people who have been playing for a lot of years now. Although the title may be attractive even to relatively young people, in fact, it is probably the most mature players who still remember the nights spent in front of the first two chapters of Black Isle and Interplay and can only choose Baldur's Gate 3 as the most awaited game, in provisional form or not. To demonstrate this, the abysmal detachment with which the second classified was placed based on the internal vote, with Star Wars: Squadrons representing the second choice but with a truly remarkable difference. In any case, there is no doubt that even the Star Wars themed space flight simulation has its admirers in these parts.





Third place is Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time, Toys for Bob's surprising new chapter of the historical series started with Naughty Dog and continued with Activision. The game has shown how the 3D platformer can still have something to say even when there is no Nintendo to develop it, albeit making the necessary proportions, and the editorial staff appreciated. Just off the podium there is a tie between Age of Empires 3: Definitive Edition, the remastered version of the famous third chapter of the strategic series Ensemble and Watch Dogs Legion, which apparently has not raised a resounding hype in these parts but however, it remains a game to be awaited with some interest. Below these, only FIFA 21 managed to move a few votes and break away from the bottom, but we are still very far from the top positions.



The most awaited by readers

The poll released to SportsGaming.win readers shows a rather clear choice, at least among the titles proposed, in favor of Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time, which is therefore the most anticipated game of October 2020 by users of the site. It must be said, however, that Baldur's Gate 3 was not among the options here, which may have taken away some enthusiasm about the other possible choices. In fact, the general lack of hype seems underlined by the fact that the second choice overall, but detached by only one percentage point from the first, went to "None", as happens for the months in which there is obviously very little of to get excited about, therefore apparently beyond the peramele fans it seems that the others do not really have a specific game on which to launch a bomb. This is demonstrated by the fact that the second position, if we exclude the nihilistic choice, is Watch Dogs: Legion, which has collected practically half of the votes of Crash.





If nothing else, the new Ubisoft game seems to enjoy more interest with readers than within the editorial team. In third position we find Star Wars: Squadrons, the game that promises to re-propose the space combat of Star Wars from inside the nacelles of the various historical shuttles, with an approach that knows more of simulation than of shooter, and the thing is undoubtedly intriguing . Finally, outside the podium the game that stands out the most is Age of Empires 3: Definitive Edition, with several users who apparently cultivate a passion for real-time strategy in a historical setting, all waiting for Age of Empires 4 For the rest, the votes were distributed in small percentages on a large number of other titles among which only Super Mario Bros. 35 and Ghostrunner emerge slightly.

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