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July 23, 2019

Best looking games coming out this Autumn



Summer is a weird time in the video games market. While many new titles are being announced, only a handful of games are being released during this time. Majority of new games are set to be released over Autumn which again is weird considering the competition. Not everyone can afford to buy and try everything. Having this in mind we've prepared a list of upcoming AAA titles that are set to be released over Autumn. If you're a gamer we hope this will help you pick out the one that suits you best.



Disclaimer: To keep this list approachable by anyone we've excluded some notable console exclusives such as Death Stranding, or Pokemon Sword and Shield.

Pheonix Point - September 3rd

The work of the original X-COM developer, Jullian Gollop, was born on Fig's crowdfunding platform.  If at some point in your life you've tried to play X-COM, you really know what to expect here. Phoenix Point is a strategic turn-based shooter, where you control a group of troops and try to defeat the enemies coming from the Earth's seas. Game's tactical map will allow you to choose your next missions, invent new technologies, and train your troops. However, Pheonix Point should feature a very interesting AI which will be able to learn from your tactical maneuvers and change its strategy accordingly.

Gears 5 - September 10th

Gears of War series became Gears... The fifth part of the legendary action game series promises to be even more beautiful, trying to push the technical boundaries of current gaming computers and consoles. The developers of the game say that Gears 5 will feature the biggest single-player campaign in the series's history, however, fans of the series know that it's just a small part of the full game. Gears 5 will feature 5 different multiplayer modes including split-screen and online co-op.

Borderlands 3 - September 13th

It's hard to find a gamer who wouldn't know anything about the Borderlands series. The game is known to be a prime example of 'looter-shooter' game genre. On September 13th the game will return for another run featuring same comic book-style graphics and engaging first-person-shooter gameplay. The developers of the game. Gearbox Software, promises the game world to be huge and full of various interesting storylines.

The Surge 2 - September 24th

If you ever tried to imagine how Dark Souls would look like in a science fiction setting, The Surge 2 will give you the answer. In Surge 2, instead of demons, you'll be fighting rogue AI in a form of mechanical monsters, exoskeletons, and drones. Heads up - the game is very hard, so just keep it in mind if you’re planning to purchase the title, the road to glory here won't be an easy one.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint - October 4th

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint is an upcoming online tactical shooter game developed and published by Ubisoft. Like its predecessor Wildlands, Breakpoint will be set in an open world environment and will offer players the freedom to explore a fictional island called Auroa. While we might expect similar tactical gameplay for which the Ghost Recon series is known for, the visual side of things looks stunning and will test your hardware big time.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - October 25th

Call of Duty games has always been similar gameplay-wise, so fans know what to expect. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will come with next-gen graphics and the chance to become a part of some pretty awesome gunfights. While few recent games in the series have tried to turn the series into a futuristic sci-fi shooter, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is taking a few steps back and returning to the Modern Warfare formula which is when Call of Duty was at its best.

The Outer Worlds - October 25th

Just as the new Call of Duty will be storming the world, other players might be tempted to try something never-seen-before. For those, we suggest trying The Outer Worlds which will immerse players in a truly spectacular first-person role-play. In the game, you will control your own character who has just awakened from hibernation in an unknown planet. You will have to explore it and find out what the hell is going on. The Outer Worlds will have a few different endings so expect your decisions to influence the final outcome.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - November 15th

We've been waiting a long time to finally get a next-gen AAA class game set in the Star Wars universe. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be exactly that - a single-player Star Wars story with no additional multiplayer modes. The game is being developed by Respawn Entertainment, who is responsible for games such as Titanfall and Apex (News - Alert) Legends. It should be a real treat.

Doom Eternal - November 22nd

Gamers will conclude Autumn of 2019 with a real demonic treat called Doom Eternal. We don't need to talk much about it since everyone already knows what to expect from a Doom game - lots of daemons, lots of gore, and lots of explosive guns. Doom Eternal will follow the footsteps of Doom remake which was released in 2016, so we might expect better graphics and fluid FPS gameplay.

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