We’re ready for a hugely exciting end to the year with plenty of great games over the next two months on PlayStation 5 and PS4. Below, we’ve been busy putting together our usual list of games coming to both systems in November and December.
You’ll find some highlights handpicked by us, as well as a bigger selection of physical games that will be available over the next few weeks – December 2 is shaping up to be particularly juicy. Enjoy!
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On November 8, Sega’s famous blue blur takes a new direction in Sonic Frontiers.
Promising “high-speed, open-area platforming freedom,” Frontiers sees Sonic stranded on an ancient island with five islands to explore and powerful enemies to defeat. Initial reactions to the game have been lukewarm to say the least, but recent hands-on impressions have been decidedly more positive, suggesting it may well be worth checking out after all.
God of War Ragnarok is now so close we can almost swing our extremely satisfying ax there, and boy are we excited.
Sequel to 2018’s magnificent God of War, Ragnarok continues the journey of Kratos and Atreus as they travel to each of the Nine Realms, hoping to find answers as Asgardian forces prepare for a prophesied battle that will put end of the world. Expect stunning landscapes, epic combat, and more fantastical storytelling when this one drops on November 9. More pre-order options are available here.
Launch a packed up On December 2 this year, we have Marvel’s Midnight Suns, a new tactical RPG set in the dark side of the Marvel Universe. You’ll team up with Midnight Suns – Ghost Rider, Magik, Blade, and Nico Minoru – as you battle against the demonic forces of the underworld to stop Lilith, Mother of Demons from resurrecting her master Chthon.
Check out this gameplay trailer to see the game in action, or secure your order below:
Next up and also launching on December 2 is Need for Speed Unbound, the latest entry in Criterion’s racing franchise.
Promising “hours of electric, adrenaline-pumping racing action”, Unbound will feature separate single-player and multiplayer campaigns, weekly qualifiers, custom drivers that can be fine-tuned, and a new soundtrack. You’ll start at the bottom and race to the top in this latest Need for Speed, and we can’t wait to find out when it arrives on December 2.
Did we mention December 2 was busy? Whore.
The Callisto Protocol is a narrative-driven, third-person survival horror set 300 years in the future, where players take on the role of Jacob Lee, a victim of fate thrown into Black Iron Prison, a penitentiary in maximum security located on the moon of Jupiter. , Calliste. We’re told to expect a “unique blend of shooting and close combat” in this one… Let the PR set the scene:
When the inmates begin to transform into monstrous creatures, the prison is thrown into chaos. To survive, Jacob must fight his way to safety to escape Black Iron’s prison, while uncovering the dark and ominous secrets buried beneath Callisto’s surface.
More PS5 and PS4 games coming for November and December 2022
But of course, that’s not all. Here’s a tasty selection of upcoming physical games that are patiently waiting for you to pick them up.
Digital-only PS5 and PS4 games for November and December 2022
Below, we’ve listed some of the more notable digital releases coming to PlayStation Store over the next two months. You can find the full release schedules for PlayStation 5 and PS4 at the links:
PS5 and PS4 Essentials
If you need to stock up on essentials for your PS5 or PS4, like new controllers, PS Plus subscriptions, or SSDs for more storage, be sure to check out our dedicated buying guides:
Which PS5 and PS4 games will you be buying in November and December? Tell us in the comments section below.
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