With the end of the year coming nearer and nearer and so many great games already added to our collections, you might be wondering what is still to come? With the December period always being a big month for game releases, here are some of the games still to come in the final quarter of 2018.

October has already been a massive month for 2018 with Mega Man 11, Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey and Forza Horizon 4 already being three major titles to grace our consoles.

Games Still to Come in October:

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 coming October 12th.
  • Soul Calibur 6 being released
  • Finally, after an eight-year wait, we will get our hands on Red Dead Redemption 2 on October 26th.

Other titles coming in October include: WWE 2K19, Luigi’s Mansion and Lego DC Super Villains. 

Games Coming in November:

November is a big month for the gaming sequel, with plenty of games coming that are either sequels or a new instalment in a series:

Upcoming Games November 2018
  • Hitman 2 scheduled to be released on November 13th.
  • Fallout 76 coming November 14th.
  • Battlefield 5 released on November 20th.
  • Ride 3 coming November 30th.
Games Coming in December:
Upcoming Games December 2018
  • Just Cause 4 to be released on December 4th.
  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate scheduled to be released on December 7th.
  • Insurgency: Sandstorm – an anticipated FPS – coming on December 12th.

These titles are amongst some of the games that we are most excited to get our hands on before the year ends, with a list of additional titles that are still yet to be released for 2018. Some highly-anticipated games are yet to get a formal release date, such as A Plague Tale: Innocence and Hunt: Showdown both of which are yet to have a release date set, but we are hoping to see them before the year ends.

Let us know what games you are most excited to play in the final quarter of 2018 and stay tuned to find out what our most anticipated games of 2019 will be.

Lover of literature and gaming from Melbourne, I’m a massive fan of story-based gaming and how video games are quickly becoming the next great form of storytelling - Anything story-based or a good survival-horror are my absolute favourites. Currently studying Writing and Literature at Swinburne University and hoping to take it into the gaming industry.