PC, November 2020: Top games of the month

PC, November 2020: Top games of the month
In conjunction with the launch of PS5 and Xbox Series X, in November 2020 a series of games of great quality and depth arrive on PC, even if the flagship exclusive is represented by World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, which makes its debut this month after the postponement of October.

Among the most relevant releases, however, stand out Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Godfall, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and of course the new edition of the football manager par excellence, Football Manager 2021.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla

Out November 10

The latest episode of the Ubisoft franchise takes us to the time of the Vikings, putting us in command of a brave leader, Eivor, who must lead his people out of the freezing cold of Norway, to the rich English coast, in order to find a new land in which to live and thrive. Once in Wessex, however, the game's protagonist and his men will have to face the Saxon army.

Featuring an unprecedented setting, in the form of a huge open world but full of places, characters to interact with and missions to complete, Assassin's Creed Valhalla aims to improve the gameplay of the latest trilogy by adding weight to the shots and new combat possibilities, against the backdrop of a scenario that has never been so impressive.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Out November 10

Popular SEGA series changes face with Yakuza: Like a Dragon, abandoning the widely proven action combat system in favor of RPG-style, action-packed turn-based battles specials and strategy. However, it is not the only novelty of this chapter, which presents for the first time a protagonist different from the classic Kazuma Kiryu, namely Ichiban Kasuga.

Former member of the Arakawa family, under the orders of the Tojo Clan, Ichiban agrees to end up in prison for a crime he did not commit in order to save his patriarch's career, but discovers he has been betrayed. Against the backdrop of beautiful Yokohama, however, he will find new friends and together with them he will try to discover the truth about what happened.

Godfall

Out November 12

Set in a mysterious and evocative realm but on the verge of destruction, Godfall puts us in the heavy armor of the last Valorian knight: an order of warriors capable of using magical armor, which transform them into virtually invincible fighters. A skill we will desperately need as we try to stop the advance of the evil god Macros and his army.

Featuring a multifaceted combat system, with five different weapon categories to master and a progression solid and full-bodied, which will see us grow from duel to duel by improving the characteristics and equipment of our knight, Godfall promises to best translate the loot formula in the field of hack & slash.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

Out November 13th

The latest installment of Activision's shooter series, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War takes us back to the Cold War period, in the early 1980s: an era in which clashes took place undercover, trying to keep the world in balance between a peace built in blood and a war that could have destroyed everything.

As part of an engaging, cinematic campaign ico, we will therefore have to fight in the streets of East Berlin but also in the swamps of Vietnam, in Turkish cities or even in the headquarters of the KGB, carrying out particularly delicate tasks thanks to sophisticated and lethal equipment. To accompany the inevitable online multiplayer, even richer and more fun.

Football Manager 2021

Out November 24

Football Manager 2021, the new edition of the managerial football by Sports Interactive, promises an even more dynamic and multifaceted experience, full of extra tools such as the renewed interaction system, which will allow us to manage the team and guide it in the various competitions in the most effective and realistic way possible.

We will have the opportunity to intervene in the sale of players, coordinate with the staff and establish strategies but also contact the athletes that interest us directly to try to convince them to come and play with us. Finally, once on the pitch, we will be able to enjoy graphics that have never been so spectacular and detailed: the right reward for our efforts.

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands

Out November 24

After the postponement at the last moment, World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is finally preparing to lead us into the Shadowlands: the world beyond death, where the souls of fallen warriors rest and beyond. A setting as wide and fascinating as it is insidious, full of treasures and resources but also of powerful enemies, in which we will push ourselves in search of new adventures.

Characterized by dynamics improved in various aspects, the scenery of the Darklands is divided into five different areas (Bastione, Selvarden, Maldraxxus, Revendreth and La Fauce) and hosts four Congregations to which we will have to join after completing various assignments, with a view to an endgame that promises to be rich and interesting: the icing on the cake for an experience that promises to keep us company for hundreds of hours.

More games out November 2020



The Elder Scrolls Online: Markarth, out 2 November Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered, out November 6 DIRT 5, out November 10 Destiny 2: Beyond the Light, out November 10 Enlisted, out November 10 Observer System Redux, out November 10 Tetris Eff ect: Connected, out November 10 The Falconeer, out November 10 XIII, out November 10 Bugsnax, out November 12 The Pathless, out November 12 The Sims 4 Oasi Snowevata, out November 13 Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate, out November 17 Poker Club, out November 19 Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge, out November 19 Protocorgi, out November



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