17 New Video Games You Can Play this Month (November 2016)
Article by George Norman
On 01 Nov 2016
Ubisoft’s hacking-themed Watch Dogs 2, Bethesda’s stealth-stabbing Dishonored 2, Activision’s action packed Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, and many other exciting video games are scheduled to be released this month.

Take a look below to see 17 new video games that you can play as of November 2016.

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1. Owlboy
  • Game type – platform-adventure video game.
  • Release date – November 1 for PC.
  • Price – $24.99 on the Humble Store.
  • Story – Being a mute, Otus struggles living up to the expectations of owl-hood. Things spiral from bad to worse with the sudden appearance of sky pirates. What follows is a journey through monster infested ruins, with unexpected encounters, and burdens no-one should have to bear.


Learn more about Owlboy.


2. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
  • Game type – first-person shooter video game.
  • Release date – November 4 for PC, Xbox One and PS4.
  • Price – starting at $59.99 for the Standard Edition.
  • Story – As Captain Reyes, a Tier 1 Special Operations pilot turned Commander, you must lead the remaining coalition forces against a relentless enemy, while trying to overcome the deadly, extreme environments of space.


Learn more about Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.


3. Football Manager 2017
  • Game type – football management simulation video game.
  • Release date – November 4 for PC, Mac and Linux.
  • Price – $49.99 on the Humble Store and Steam.
  • Story – Take control of your favorite football team in Football Manager 2017, the most realistic and immersive football management game to date. It’s the closest thing to doing the job for real!


Learn more about Football Manager 2017.

Football Manager Touch 2017, the streamlined, ‘transfers and tactics’ way to enjoy football management, will be released on November 4 as well. The game is priced at $29.99 on the Humble Store and Steam.


4. Mario Party: Star Rush
  • Game type – party video game.
  • Release date – November 4 in North America for Nintendo 3DS.
  • Price – $39.99.
  • Story – It's always your turn as you and up to three friends roll the dice, roam the board, and recruit fan-favorite allies. The bigger your party, the faster you'll earn stars and coins in frantic mini-games.


Learn more about Mario Party: Star Rush.


5. Eagle Flight
  • Game type – virtual reality game.
  • Release date – November 8 for PlayStation VR.
  • Price – $39.99.
  • Story – 50 years after humans vanished from the face of the Earth, nature reclaimed the city of Paris, leaving a breathtaking playground. As an eagle, you soar past iconic landmarks, dive through narrow streets, and engage in heart-pounding aerial dog fights to protect your territory from opponents.


Learn more about Eagle Flight.


6. Small Radios, Big Televisions
  • Game type – adventure game about exploring digital places stored in analog media.
  • Release date – November 8 for PC and PlayStation.
  • Story – Explore, manipulate, and distort cassette tapes using your TD-525, a device that enables its wearer to enter the surreal worlds contained therein. Travel through the deserted structures of disused factories, finding tapes of virtual worlds left behind. Some of these tapes may contain clues to help you progress, some need to have their worlds distorted and ripped apart by magnetic fields to discover what’s stored inside.


Learn more about Small Radios, Big Televisions.


7. Transport Fever
  • Game type – railroad-focused tycoon game.
  • Release date – November 8 for PC.
  • Price – $34.99 on Steam.
  • Story – Start in 1850 and build up a thriving transport company. Construct complex road­-rail-water-air networks and experience more than 150 year of transportation history.


Learn more about Transport Fever.


8. Motorsport Manager
  • Game type – management game for fans of motorsport.
  • Release date – November 10 for PC, Mac and Linux.
  • Price – $34.99 on Steam.
  • Story – Become the manager of a high-performance motorsport team.


Learn more about Motorsport Manager.


9. Tyranny
  • Game type – role-playing video game.
  • Release date – November 10 for PC, Mac and Linux.
  • Price – starting at $44.99 for the Commander Edition on Steam and Paradox.
  • Story – The grand war between good and evil is over, and the forces of evil have won. The world of the Tiers is now ruled by Overlord Kyros and the forces of evil. In this world, you are a Fatebinder, and a Fatebinder’s word is law.


Learn more about Tyranny.


10. Dishonored 2
  • Game type – stealth action-adventure video game.
  • Release date – November 11 for PC, Xbox One and PS4.
  • Price – $59.99 on Steam.
  • Story – the action takes place 15 years after the first game. Empress Emily Kaldwin is dethroned and the Empire plunges into chaos. Play as Emily Kaldwin or Corvo Attano and save the Empire.


Learn more about Dishonored 2.


11. Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection
  • Game type – bundle that includes Assassin’s Creed II, Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, and Assassin’s Creed revelations.
  • Release date – November 15 for Xbox One and PS4.
  • Price – $59.99.
  • Story – Play through three of the greatest entries in the acclaimed Assassin’s Creed series, featuring the franchise’s most iconic hero, Ezio Auditore.


Learn more about Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection.


12. Watch Dogs 2
  • Game type – open world action-adventure video game.
  • Release date – November 15 for Xbox One and PS4, November 29 for PC.
  • Price – starting at $59.99 for the Standard Edition.
  • Story – Play as the brilliant young hacker Marcus Holloway and fight the corrupt corporations that are using the ctOS 2.0 operating system to monitor and manipulate citizens on a massive scale. Team up with the Dedsec crew, an elite group of hackers, and expose the hidden dangers of ctOS 2.0.


Learn more about Watch Dogs 2.


13. Planet Coaster
  • Game type – construction and management simulation game.
  • Release date – November 17 for PC.
  • Price – $44.99 on Steam and Frontier.
  • Story – Create, manage and share the world’s greatest coaster parks.


Learn more about Planet Coaster.


14. Killing Floor 2
  • Game type – first-person shooter video game.
  • Release date – November 18 for PC, Linux and PS4.
  • Price – starting at $29.99 on the Humble Store and Steam.
  • Story – The action takes places a month after the first game. The Zed outbreak has spread and gained unstoppable momentum. But a group of civilians and mercenaries have banded together, paid for by Horzine, to combat the outbreak and establish privately funded operation bases across Europe.


Learn more about Killing Floor 2.


15. Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon
  • Game type – role-playing video games.
  • Release date – November 18 for Nintendo 3DS.
  • Price – $39.99 each.
  • Story – Gotta catch’em all!


Learn more about Pokémon Sun and Moon.


16. The Little Acre
  • Game type – point-and-click adventure game.
  • Release date – November 22 for PC.
  • Price – $12.99 on Steam.
  • Story – The Little Acre follows the story of Aidan and his daughter, Lily, set in 1950’s Ireland. While searching for his father, Aidan travels to a strange new world. Lily sets off after him, encountering her own perils along the way.


Learn more about The Little Acre.


17. Final Fantasy XV
  • Game type – open world action role-playing video game
  • Release date – November 29 for Xbox One and PS4.
  • Price – starting at $59.99.
  • Story – Prince Noctis is advised by news reports that his homeland has been invaded and that he, his loved one and his father King Regis, have been slain at the hands of the enemy. So Noctis embarks on a quest to uncover the truth and reclaim his homeland.


Learn more about Final Fantasy XV.


Honorable mention – NES Classic Edition

On November 11, Nintendo will launch the NES Classic Edition, a mini-console that lets you play 30 classic NES games.



In related news...

Check out the 23 video games that were released in October.



Tags: video game, Steam, Humble Bundle, Humble Store, Owlboy, Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, Football Manager 2017, Mario Party Star Rush, Eagle Flight, Small Radios Big Televisions, Transport Fever, Motorsport Manager, Tyranny, Dishonored 2, Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection, Watch Dogs 2, Planet Coaster, Killing Floor 2, Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, The Little Acre, Final Fantasy XV, Nintendo, NES Classic Edition
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