Here is a list of anticipated PlayStation games releasing November 2022:
- Sonic Frontiers | 8 November
- Goat Simulator 3 | 17 November
- Just Dance 2023 | 22 November
- Evil West | 22 November
- Gungrave G.O.R.E. | 22 November
- God Of War Ragnarök | 9 November
- Warzone 2.0 | 16 November
- The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me | November 18
- The Chant
- Football Manager 23 | 8 November
- The Entropy Center | 3 November
1. Sonic Frontiers – November 8th
This SEGA title has received mixed reception ever since its reveal last December. That, however, doesn’t subtract from the fact that it will be the first mainline Sonic title to feature “open zone” gameplay, setting high expectations for both fans of the franchise and hardcore gamers. With each trailer revealing more and more high-octane gameplay, I personally cannot wait to get my hands on it this November 8.
2. Goat Simulator 3 – November 17th
The hit 2014 title, Goat Simulator finally gets a sequel, albeit skipping the second entry entirely. That’s right, there is no Goat Simulator 2. As silly as that sounds, that’s exactly what you can expect from Goat Simulator 3. Known for their ridiculous “shut-off-your-brain” gameplay, you can explore a number of creative albeit silly ways to traverse the buggy but fun, open world.
3. Just Dance 2023 – November 23rd
The Just Dance franchise is getting a major overhaul with this year’s entry. Just Dance 2023 will revamp the UI in addition to bringing in a fresh lineup of tracks to bop and dance to. With claims of adding new ways to dance, Just Dance 2023 will definitely be a household staple.
4. Evil West – November 22nd
Nothing sounds more comforting than to be able to boot up my PlayStation and drop into the Wild Wild West and obliterate demons. Evil West is set to provide players with a fantastical and brutal experience where deep combat, intricate combos, and grizzly animations will keep you glued to your TV screens.
5. Gungrave G.O.R.E – November 22nd
If you think you’ve heard of Gungrave before, it’s because the original came out in 2002. Yep, it was 20 years ago, and you’re old now. But anyways, G.O.R.E. will provide plenty of action, gut-splatter, and action-heavy sequences when it drops on the 22nd of November. If you think it sounds a bit like the aforementioned Evil West, you’re not wrong, but let’s be honest, is that really a bad thing?
6. God Of War Ragnarök – November 9th
The trailer for 2018’s God Of War took the world by storm, and the actual game delivered winning the “Best Action/Adventure Game” of The Game Awards 2018. Early access reviewers and demo testers have expressed their fancy for Ragnarök, claiming that “it makes the original (2018) feel like a demo.” With planned midnight launches across the world, God Of War Ragnarök is certainly up there as one the most anticipated games of November, if not 2022, if not the decade.
7. Warzone 2.0 – November 16th
When the original 150-man battle royale came out in 2020, it quickly became one of the more popular titles amassing over 100 million players just after a year of launching. With Modern Warfare II adding new gun customizations and revamped movement, we look forward to reforming the squads and delving into even more action-packed, intense gunplay.
8. The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me – November 18th
The studio that brought us Until Dawn has found massive success with the cinematic choice-based genre of games. The latest and final entry of The Dark Pictures Anthology Season One, The Devil In Me, continues the tradition of bringing anxiety-ridden decision-making, with gruesome consequences for the wrong ones. We’re interested to see how this one wraps up the four-year-long Season One.
9. The Chant
Violence, gore, profanity, and drugs? The Chant seems to be offering a psychedelic horror experience where you control someone trying to overcome and defeat a past trauma. With gorgeous graphics to compliment the grotesque art design and environmental concepts, The Chant definitely has the potential to become a “cult” classic.
10. Football Manager 23 – November 8th
Love football but suck at FIFA? Take it to the technical aspect with Football Manager 23. Build your dream squad, outsmart your rivals and experience the thrill of big European nights in the UEFA Champions League. Additionally, compared to FIFA 23, Football Manager 23 runs well on low-end devices, making it more accessible to a wider audience. Not that that matters since this is a list of PlayStation releases…
11. The Entropy Center – November 3rd
Imagine Portal but instead of Portals, you face mind-bending puzzles where you reverse objects through time to overcome seemingly impossible obstacles in The Entropy Center. The trailer looks insanely trippy (and complicated if I’m being honest) and we can’t wait to adventure into this time-twisting mystery when The Entropy Center comes out on November 3rd.
November 2022 has way more PlayStation games such as Tactics Ogre: Reborn and WRC Generations. What are some of your most-anticipated PlayStation game releases of November 2022? Leave them in the comments below!