October continues to be a month full of releases. Therefore, we will enter another week with several titles arriving for consoles and PCs. And the big highlight is Forza Motorsporta new game from the famous racing franchise that will overhaul several elements, such as the gameplay and competition format.
Another major highlight is Lords of the Fallen. Like this Forza Motorsport, he repeats the name of his first game, but it is a sequel, whose story takes place a thousand years later, and which brings improvements in gameplay. Already The Front is a post-apocalyptic sandbox that promises to be the new craze among streamers around the world.
Lords of the Fallen is one of the biggest releases of the weekSource: Steam
There is also the arrival of Star Trek: Infinitea strategy game from the famous science fiction series, which will put the player in command of one of the main factions in history And finally, Haunted House is a game based on the famous Disney attraction that mixes supernatural elements with lots of fun. Check out the complete list and respective prices.
1. Forza Motorsport – October 10
- Plataformas: Xbox Series S/X e PC
The famous Turn 10 racing franchise will get a new game this week. Forza Motorsport It will be a kind of restart for the series, whether in the nomenclature, abolishing what should be the number eight, as in its system of races and competitions. Everything to give the game a new look, even though it is already considered a reference in the genre.
Forza MotorsportFonte: Xbox
The game will have more than 20 tracks and 500 cars, and will feature refined gameplay, which will give the game more of a simulator feel. The game is on pre-sale for R$ 349.00 in the Standard Edition, and R$ 499.99 in the Premium Edition, which in turn allows you to play the complete game in early access. It’s worth remembering that on launch day it will also be available for free to Xbox Game Pass subscribers.
2. The Front – October 11
The Front is a new post-apocalyptic sandbox that promises to be a hit. In it, players will need to survive a devastated world, which is now dominated by mutant creatures. To top it off, the survivors were divided into factions, which must promote alliances to avoid clashes and strengthen their bases.
The FrontSource: Steam
The game will be released in an early access format, where players will be able to reach level 60. Therefore, it will be possible to progress in the global rankings, unlock vehicles, heavy weapons, and establish advanced collection resources. The game does not yet have a defined value.
3. Star Trek: Infinite – October 12th
The most famous science fiction series in the world will get a new game. Star Trek: Infinite is a strategy game that will place the player as leader of one of the four main factions in the Alpha and Beta quadrant. Each of them will have different play styles, missions and stories, and it’s up to you to adopt different types of strategies to adapt to the direction of the stellar combats.
Star Trek: InfiniteSource: Steam
The game is set decades before Star Trek: The Next Generation, and features several characters from the series’ universe. The game is already on pre-sale for prices starting at R$124.99 and varying depending on the edition purchased.
4. Haunted House – October 12th
- Plataformas: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, Nintendo Switch e PC
Haunted House is another game based on the famous film inspired by a Disney attraction. In it, you take control of little Lyn Graves, whose uncle is a treasure hunter, and who was kidnapped by supernatural forces. It’s up to her to gather her group of friends to face ghosts and other creatures together to free him.
Haunted HouseSource: Steam
The game draws attention because it has procedurally generated room layouts. Therefore, with each new play, furniture, walls and other elements will be positioned in different ways, giving the feeling of a new game at all times. The game is on pre-sale for R$100.99.
5. Lords of the Fallen – October 13
- Plataformas: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X e PC
One of the most popular soulslikes in history, which was not developed by From Software, will get a sequel. Lords of the Fallenalthough it has the same name, it is a continuation of the first game, whose story takes place no less than a thousand years later, where the player must embark on a long journey through the lands of Mournstead.
Lords of the FallenSource: Steam
The game will bring refined gameplay, especially with more freedom of movement, which was one of the biggest criticisms of the first game. In addition, it will also have more realistic graphics, especially in relation to shadow and light effects throughout the game. Lords of the Fallen is on pre-sale starting at R$249.00.
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