PC Game Release Date List 2017 - 2018

November

Call of Duty WW2 (Sledgehammer): 3 November

The clue is in the name; this is Call of Duty remembering that people liked WW2. Expect the usual combination of modes, single player campaign, competitive multiplayer, and a horror-tinged co-operative mode where you (re)kill Nazi zombies.

Nioh: Complete Edition (Koei Tecmo): 7 November

The Souls-like title comes to PC with all the DLC. Cross your fingers for a good port.

Sonic Forces (SEGA): 7 November

Initially revealed as ‘Project Sonic’. It’s another 3D Sonic game, so fingers crossed eh?

Hand of Fate 2 (Defiant Development): 7 November

The action-RPG expands its deck with a sequel in November.

Football Manager 2018 (Sports Interactive): 10 November

The annual stat-fest will be back in November. As ever, pre-orders will give access to a beta version of the game two weeks early.

Football Manager 2018

Need for Speed Payback (Ghost Games): 10 November

Need for Speed heads to Vegas (or pretend Vegas). Ghost Games are in charge again. There’ll be an offline single player mode this time.

 

Outcast – Second Contact (Appeal): 14 November

OUTCAST

Outcast – Second Contact will be released for PC in May 2017 and Cutter Slade will be heading back to the parallel world of Adelpha to uncover its secrets. The original game was released back in 1999 and it captured the imagination of PC gamers thanks to its fantastic graphics technology.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 (TT Games): 17 November

In this installment, the heroes will be battling Kang the Conqueror across Chromopolis. Players will be time traveling from ancient Egypt to The Old West to Sakaar and New York City in 2099. A whole host of characters will be available including Cowboy Captain America, Spider-Man 2099 and favourites such as Thor, Hulk, the Guardians of the Galaxy, Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Doctor Strange, Green Goblin, and more.

Star Wars Battlefront 2 (DICE): 17 November

The sequel to last year’s Battlefront title will have a full single player campaign (co-written by Spec Ops: The Line lead Walt Williams), and (of course) a class-based multiplayer mode. 20vs20 seems to be the order of the day again, in battles that will span every era of Star Wars.

GUTS (Flux Game Studio): 18 November

Steam

GUTS takes the traditional fighting mechanics you and your viewers are probably used to and replaces it with the goal of slicing off your opponent’s limbs. Lovely.

Black Mirror (KING Art): 28 November

Not the Charlie Brooker series, but a revival of the old point and click adventure games.

Star Ocean: The Last Hope (Square Enix): 28 November

A first appearance for this RPG Series on PC. It’s an HD remaster.

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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