1. Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time
Release Date: Oct. 2, 2020
Crash Bandicoot 4 was released earlier this month and is a great option for Crash Bandicoot fans. It’s best for kids over the age of 10 due to some language, alcohol references, and mild violence.
You can play this game either as Crash or his sister Coco and progress through different levels. The new version includes new character skins and the plot has a time-traveling twist. The goal of the game is to recover the four Quantum Masks which give the power to bend the rules of reality.
Crash Bandicoot 4 is a one-player game but the settings allow for up to four players to pass-and-play, so multiple people can enjoy the updated version of this fan favorite.
2. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
Release Date: Nov. 13, 2020
Despite reports of hacking problems and a problematic development cycle, nothing will stop the release of the newest Call of Duty game. The game is currently being beta tested, but should be ready for release by mid-November.
There are several noteworthy updates to Call of Duty. For one thing, the game now supports crossplay, so you can play with players on any platform. And according to reports from beta testers, one of the best new features is the Fireteam mode.
Fireteam is a multiplayer mode with 10 teams of four players who face off against each other on large-scale maps. This mode comes with a variety of different vehicles, including choppers and bikes.
Call of Duty is best for individuals ages 18 and older. However, there is an option to turn off the gore and bad language, so if you implement those settings it could be appropriate for younger teens as well.
Release Date: Nov. 19, 2020
Godfall was inspired by the book series The Stormlight Archive. The basic premise of the story is the world is split into five separate realms: Earth, Water, Air, Fire, and Spirit. As a player, your mission is to stop the apocalypse and preserve what’s left of the planet.
The game is the perfect option for any gamers who love fantasy; it’s described as a “looter-slasher” on the official website and is best for gamers from age 18 and above.
4. Watch Dogs: Legion
Release Date: Oct. 29, 2020
This video game was originally set for release in March 2020 but was pushed back. From everything that’s been released about the new Watch Dogs: Legion game, it looks like it’ll be worth the wait.
The game takes place in post-Brexit London following a terrorist bombing. It centers around a hacker group that is resistant to the power in charge by any means necessary, including hacking and engaging in combat.
And one of the coolest parts of the game is that players have the option to play as anyone in the game, even non-player characters. The game is rated 17+ due to violence, drug references, and strong language.
5. Spider-Man: Miles Morales
Release Date: Nov. 12, 2020
Marvel fans will want to check out Spider-Man: Miles Morales when it’s released mid-November. A twist on the original Spider-Man story as we’re introduced to the character Miles Morales.
Morales is very different to Peter Parker, which should make for an interesting experience. Players will receive a detailed story about how Morales got his powers and some of the backstory of his life.
This game is best for players ages 13 and up for mild violence and language. It’ll be available on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.