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Games to Watch Out for This November

Remember, remember, today is November.

As the year draws to a close and the nights become ever longer, we’ve still got plenty of video game releases to look forward to. This month’s offerings are a mixture of horror, big franchises and long-awaited sequels – and plenty more little surprises.

We’ve rounded up some of the games we’re most looking forward to in November. But as always, be sure to keep your eyes on GameSpew as we’ll be covering plenty more throughout the month.

The Chant

  • 3rd November
  • PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC

We’ll be honest: we don’t know a great deal about The Chant, coming from developer Brass Token and published by Prime Matter. But when it was revealed earlier this year, its eerie trailer got its claws in us. This is a third person horror game that takes place on an island retreat, and so we can expect cosmic dread and more.

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WRC Generations

  • 3rd November
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch and PC

WRC Generations is the last official WRC game to come from Kylotonn, and it offers a very solid farewell. The only problem is that there’s not much new here over last year’s WRC 10. Still, if you’re a rally fan, you won’t be disappointed. Give our full review a read here.

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  • 4th November
  • Switch and PC

Like the idea of an RPG with farming and life sim elements? You might want to keep your eyes on Harvestella, coming later this week from Square Enix. There’s a story that – unsurprisingly – revolves around saving the world – but between the bouts of action, you can enjoy getting to know the townsfolk and tending to your crops. Nice.

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A Little to the Left

  • 4th November
  • Switch and PC

If you like organising, solving puzzles and cats, then A Little to the Left is the game for you. Think Unpacking, but with more puzzle elements thrown in. We’re really looking forward to getting our paws on this one.

Sonic Frontiers

  • 8th November
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch and PC

Let’s face it, 3D Sonic games haven’t been… great over the years. But we remain hopeful about Sonic Frontiers, the latest game to come from Sonic Team and featuring the Blue Blur in an all-new environment. We’re yet to get our hands on it ourselves, but early previews have been promising, so we’re optimistic.

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Football Manager 2023

  • 8th November
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch and PC

Aside from FIFA, Football Manager is the other annual football game that all fans look forward to. Well, those who aspire to manage their own club, of course. Embrace managerial tactics and see your team rise through the leagues. If that’s your sort of thing.

God of War Ragnarok

  • 9th November
  • PS4 and PS5

If you’re a PlayStation owner, you’re likely already looking forward to God of War: Ragnarok. And if not, why not? 2018’s God of War remains one of the best PlayStation exclusives, and so hopes are high for its sequel which continues Kratos’ and Atreus’ journey. We’ve had our hands on the first few hours of the game, which absolutely did not disappoint. Read our impressions here.

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  • 15th November
  • Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC

We’re rather excited to get our hands on Somerville, for one key reason: it’s being developed by Jumpship, a brand new studio set up by co-founder of Playdead. Playdead’s Limbo and Inside are two of the most prolific indie games in recent years, and Somerville looks like it shares some of the same vibes. It’ll be available on Game Pass at launch.

Goat Simulator 3

  • 17th November
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC

Goat Simulator 3? But what happened to Goat Simulator 2, you might be wondering. Well, there wasn’t one. Developer Coffee Stain figured it would jump straight to number three, in the sort of antics you’d expect the goats of the game to get up to. If you’ve played a previous Goat Simulator game we don’t think this one needs any introduction. If caprine capers are your thing, then this is for you.

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The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me

  • 18th November
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC

After getting our hands on a preview build of the game last month, we’re beyond excited to play more of The Devil in Me, the fourth instalment of The Dark Pictures Anthology (and the last game in what developer Supermassive Games is calling Season One). This one follows a film crew as they set about making a documentary about a prolific serial killer from the 1800s.

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Pokémon Scarlet & Pokémon Violet

  • 18th November
  • Nintendo Switch

Here’s the game that Pokémon fans have been waiting for. Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet make up the latest instalment to the Pokémon universe. Explore a rich open world, capture monsters,  train them and become the very best. You know the drill by now.

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Evil West

  • 22nd November
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC

This isn’t the wild west as you know it. From Flying Wild Hog, this third-person action game will see your hero fight against bloodthirsty monsters and vampiric hordes with a range of super-cool weapons. You can go solo or team up with a co-op partner. We took the game for a spin back in September and were impressed with what we tried. You can read that preview here.

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Editor in chief // Kim's been into video games since playing Dizzy on her brother's Commodore 64 as a nipper. She'll give just about anything a go, but she's got a particular soft spot for indie adventures. If she's not gaming, she'll be building Lego, reading a thriller, watching something spooky or... asleep. She does love to sleep.