Now Arriving: Games of October 2019

We’re continuing our descent into the Fall and Holiday season, finally landing at arguably the biggest and most robust month of the year. October, as it does every year, brings the most games and the biggest names so I do hope you’ve been saving.

The month starts out with a bang as Destiny 2 continues to expand with it’s latest expansion called Shadowkeep. It reintroduces players to the Moon, a destination last seen in the very first game, though a lot has happened to it since players were last there. Not only that, Destiny 2 now offers a free to play version, giving the entire first year of content for free along with a ton of other modes and activities. If you’ve been waiting to try the game out, there is now no better time.

If you’re feeling a little burnt out on looter shooters these days, October still has plenty of new content for you. Luigi’s Mansion 3 arrives on the spookiest day of the year for the Nintendo Switch, the next chapter of Ghost Recon arrives, and the reimagined Call of Duty Modern Warfare makes its debut. Obsidian is returning to the FPS/RPG genre with their SciFi Fallout looking title The Outer Worlds.

Needless to say, October is stuffed with new games. Believe me, there’s a ton more to see this month. Head below to check out the complete list of October 2019 video game releases. Enjoy!

 

Microsoft Exclusives
Atlas (PC/Xbox One) October 8
PS4 Exclusives
Concrete Genie October 4
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold STeel III October 22
MediEvil October 25
Switch Exclusives
BurgerTime Party! Oct 8
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition Oct 15
Little Town Hero Oct 16
Ring Fit Adventure Oct 18
Luigi’s Mansion 3 Oct 31
PC Exclusives
World of Warcraft: 15th Anniversary Collector’s Edition October 8
John Wick Hex October 8
Multiplatform Releases
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Oct 1 – Xbox One, PS4, PC
Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered Oct 4 – Xbox One, PS4, Switch
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint Oct 4 – Xbox One, PS4, PC
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince Oct 8 – Xbox One, PS4, PC, Switch
Indivisible Oct 8 – Xbox One, PS4, PC, Switch
Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Oct 8 – Xbox One, PS4, PC, Switch
Doraemon: Story of Seasons Oct 11 – Switch, PC
Grid Oct 11 – Xbox One, PS4, PC, Stadia
Killer Queen Black Oct 11 – PC, Switch
Children of Morta Oct 15 – Xbox One, PS4, PC, Switch
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition Oct 17 – PC, PS4
Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville Oct 18 – Xbox One, PS4, PC
Return of the Obra Dinn Oct 18 – Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC
WWE 2K20 Oct 22 – Xbox One, PS4
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Oct 25 – Xbox One, PS4, PC
The Outer Worlds Oct 25 – Xbox One, PS4, PC
Afterparty Oct 29 – PS4, PC
Harvest Moon: Mad Dash Oct 29 – PS4, Switch
Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD Oct 29 – Xbox One, PC, PS4, Switch
Moons of Madness Oct 31 – Xbox One, PS4, PC
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10 Responses to Now Arriving: Games of October 2019

  1. D.McDonald says:

    That is quite a line up! I’m super excited for Destiny 2 Expansion and also Ghost Recon! Which games are you picking up or most excited for?

    • Too many lol.

      Ghost Recon looks real good, especially if you enjoyed Wildlands. I’ve been playing through Shadowkeep so far, but I’m also looking forward to Luigi’s Mansion 3 and The Outer Worlds as well.

      I’m keeping an eye on that new Yooka-Laylee game (side scrolling platformer!), PvZ, and I enjoyed my time in the CoD open beta so…maybe.

  2. Hatm0nster says:

    Oh man, no wonder they call it “Broketober!” I want Luigi’s Mansion and The Outer Wilds for sure, but that Destiny expansion it looking really cool…

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