Next month, players can expect the release of impressive titles spanning across different platforms. ‘Marvel’s Spider-Man 2’, ‘Super Mario Bros’ and ‘Forza Motorsport’ are just a few of the prominent games belonging to the PlayStation, Nintendo and Xbox series, respectively.
This new chapter in the popular ‘Assassin’s Creed’ saga takes players into the role of ‘Basim’, a street thief searching for answers to mysterious visions that will lead him to become a Master ‘Assassin’.
The narrative is set in the fascinating city of ‘Baghdad’, meticulously recreated by Ubisoft. Available October 5th.
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The eighth installment of the ‘Motorsports’ series is a racing and simulation game focused on multiplayer and competition.
Microsoft has confirmed that more than 500 vehicles are available in ‘Forza Motorsport’, which will be available on the Xbox Game Pass service from launch. It will be available on October 10.
(Also: Tokyo Game Show 2023: Everything you need to know about the Xbox presentation).
SEGA’s iconic blue hedgehog returns in ‘Sonic Superstars’, a 2D platformer that captures the classic essence of the series and offers players a nostalgic experience. It will be available on October 17.
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Mario puts aside the aesthetics of the newest games in the series and returns to 2D design, promising a new experience for Mario fans in ‘Super Mario Bros.’ He returns to action with his play ‘Wonder’. Coming on October 20th.
‘Alan Wake’ sequel’ announced at Game Awards 2021 and its launch is expected to take place on October 27. Developed by Remedy Entertainment, the game will come to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC consoles, offering the continuation of the mysterious and exciting story.
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