We're entering the final quarter of 2020, and man, there's a lot happening. Not only does PlayStation 4 have plenty of exciting software lined up in October and November, but the PS5 is due out in a matter of weeks. There's so much to pack into the next couple of months, so we'll keep this brief. If you've yet to secure your PS5 pre-orders, want to learn about all PS5 launch games, or want to get some PS5 accessories pre-orders, hit the links for more. Without further ado, let's go through all the best software coming to PS5 and PS4 below.
Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time - 2nd October
Did you ever think we'd see a numbered Crash Bandicoot sequel when this generation started? Crash 4 is a direct follow-up to the events of Warped, with Neo Cortex back to cause even more time-twisting chaos. With gorgeous revamped visuals, this game goes back to the beloved formula of Naughty Dog's originals while throwing in a bunch of new ideas. Oodibigah!
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FIFA 21 - 9th October (PS4)
The latest iteration of EA's football sim is nearly here. Changes in this year's game include an improved career mode, with the strategic new Interactive Match Sim and tweaks to player development and transfers. While PS5 and PS4 players won't be able to play together, you do get a free upgrade to the next-gen version.
Watch Dogs Legion - 29th October (PS4), 24th November (PS5)
The next entry in the Watch Dogs series is coming to both PS5 and PS4. This time, the hacker underworld invades a near-future London, and you'll of course be fighting back against the mass surveillance brought on by CtOS. The main hook here is that you can recruit and play as pretty much every NPC you can find on the streets, each with their own abilities and attributes, whether it's a burly builder or a retired assassin. Don't forget, you can upgrade from PS4 to PS5 for no extra fee.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla - 10th November (PS4), 12th November (PS5)
Assassin's Creed Valhalla takes the series to ninth century England, where you'll play as the viking leader Eivor as they clash with the Anglo-Saxons. With this interesting setting as a backdrop, you're given a huge open world to explore and conquer in this action RPG. The game comes to both PS5 and PS4 in mid-November, and remember, you can upgrade to the next-gen version for free.
Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales - 12th November (USA), 19th November (UK)
Insomniac Games is following up its excellent Spider-Man game with a spin-off focusing on the titular hero. Miles is coming to terms with his newfound powers and you'll play as him while he figures out how to be his own Spidey. It's sure to be full of amazing action as you swing through the snowy Manhattan setting. If you buy on PS4, you'll be able to claim the PS5 version for free.