We may well be running out of months in 2022, but we're certainly not done with exciting new releases on PlayStation 5 and PS4. If you fancy treating yourself or a loved one to something new, you've absolutely come to the right place.
Below, we've been busy putting together a list of games headed to both systems over October and November. You'll find some highlights hand-picked by us, as well as a larger selection of physical games that'll be available over the next few weeks. Enjoy!
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Gotham Knights - October 21st
On 21st October, Warner Bros. launches Gotham Knights, an open-world action RPG set in "the most dynamic and interactive Gotham City yet".
You can play in either solo-play or with one other hero as you patrol Gotham’s five distinct boroughs and drop in on criminal activity wherever you find it. Pre-orders are live ahead of launch:
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 - October 28th
The next Call of Duty firing its way onto a PlayStation near you is Modern Warfare 2, a sequel to 2019's Modern Warfare.
The game is said to boast a rebuilt, advanced AI system, enhanced rendering and photogrammetry tech, a new Gunsmith system allowing for more customisation, and plenty more including new weapons, vehicles, and equipment to take on your deadly enemies. Infinity Ward calls it "the most advanced Call of Duty in history," which is quite the statement.
Sonic Frontiers - 8th November
On the 8th November, Sega's famous blue blur speeds off in a new direction in Sonic Frontiers.
Promising "high-velocity, open-zone platforming freedom," Frontiers sees Sonic stranded on an ancient island with five islands to explore and powerful enemies to defeat. Early reaction to the game was lukewarm to say the least, but recent hands-on impressions have been significantly more positive, suggesting that this could well be worth checking out after all.
Welcome to the evolution of Sonic games.
God of War Ragnarok - 9th November
God of War Ragnarok is now so close we can almost swing our hugely satisfying axe at it, and boy are we excited.
Sequel to 2018's stunning God of War, Ragnarok continues Kratos and Atreus' journey as they travel to each of the Nine Realms, hoping to find answers as Asgardian forces prepare for a prophesied battle that will end the world. Expect stunning landscapes, epic fights and more fantastic storytelling when this one drops on 9th November. More pre-order options are available here.
More Upcoming PS5 and PS4 Games for October and November 2022
But of course, that's not all. Here's a tasty selection of upcoming physical games that are patiently waiting for you to snap them up.
Digital-Only PS5 and PS4 Games for October and November 2022
Below, we've listed some of the most notable digital releases coming to the PlayStation Store during the next couple of months. You can find complete release schedules for PlayStation 5 and PS4 at the links:
- Naiad - October 01st
- Overwatch 2 - October 04th
- Asterigos: Curse of the Stars - October 11th
- LEGO Bricktales - October 12th
- Norco - October 20th
- Resident Evil Village: Shadows of Rose - October 28th
- Shatter Remastered Deluxe - November 02nd
- Die by the Blade - November 03rd
- The Entropy Centre - November 03rd
- Football Manager 2023 - November 08th
- Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 - November 16th
- Ship of Fools - November 22nd
PS5 and PS4 Essentials
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What PS5 and PS4 games will you be buying in October and November? Tell us in the comments section below.