The very best upcoming games for Xbox One, PS4 and PC

The weather is getting colder and the nights are coming. Yes, summer may be coming to an end, but not all is lost: the videogame season is just beginning.

2018 has already seen the release of some fantastic games for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. In March, Far Cry 5 was launched, and we have received new additions to the God of War and Tomb Raider franchises.

However, the best, as they say, is coming. The last three months and one bit of this year (and the first two of the next) will see an avalanche of big names in stores around the world. Bethesda will release the expected next installment of the Fallout series, while the more popular franchises such as Hitman and Battlefield will also see new additions.

And in case you have not heard it, a small company called Rockstar could get ready for a big release, too …

So, how do you begin to understand all this new, exciting and expensive content?

Below, we describe ten of the best upcoming games for Xbox One, PS4 and PC, with price details and release date.

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The best games for Xbox One, PS4 and PC [19659009] Forza Horizon 4

Price: £ 45 (Xbox One ) | Pre-order now from Amazon

This spin-off of the immensely popular racing franchise will see you racing through the streets of Britain in a shared open world. Playground Games is making a great song and dances about the fact that Horizon 4 will allow you to experience the four seasons for the first time in a racing game. Your task is to master the art of driving through dry, damp, muddy, snowy and icy conditions. It's more an arcade-style game than a realistic representation of motorsport, but you should still expect fantastic graphics and a fleet of the latest supercars to choose from, complete with official licenses.

Platforms: Xbox One, Microsoft Windows; Publication date: October 2, 2018

Assassin & # 39; s Creed Odyssey

Price: £ 55 (Xbox One) | Pre-order now from Amazon

Odyssey represents the 20th installment of the Ubisoft mega-series that is Assassin & # 39; s Creed. Anticipation is widespread after the last few years in Origins, based in Egypt, which was received with widespread critical acclaim. This time all year is 431 a. C., and you will be immersed in the middle of the Peloponnesian War between Sparta and Athens. Everything we've seen since the demo of E3 until the official trailer points to a fantastic game. You can expect to kill, plunder and, of course, jump out of things.

Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, Microsoft Windows; Date of publication: October 5, 2018

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Price: £ 50 (Xbox One: includes 2 hours of exclusive XP + calling card) | Pre-order now from Amazon

The annual annual update of the cash cow that is the Call of Duty franchise has become a fixed item in any gaming enthusiast's calendar . Black Ops 4 returns to a near future environment and, something remarkable, will become the first CoD title in not having a single player campaign. It's a bold move, but you can expect to see improvements in multiplayer and Zombies. As expected, Black Ops 4 will also feature a Battle Royale style Fortnite style known as & # 39; Blackout & # 39 ;. If you should ever summarize the game in 2018 in a sentence …

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Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, Microsoft Windows ; Publication date: October 12, 2018

Red Dead Redemption 2

Price: £ 50 (Xbox One) | Pre-order now from Amazon

The long-awaited sequel to the brilliant GTA based on the Rockstar desert is finally, almost, here. This time you will put yourself in the shoes of Arthur Morgan, a member of Van der Linde's gang in 1899, during the last years of the old American West. There is a return for John Marston and the Dutch Van der Linde, the protagonist and antagonist of the previous game, respectively. As usual, Rockstar is not giving too much. The only thing we know for sure is that it will be absolutely totally brilliant. This is undoubtedly the biggest game release of 2018.

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Platforms: Xbox One, PS4; Publication date: October 26, 2018

Hitman 2

Price: £ 50 (Xbox One) | Pre-order now from Amazon

November will see the launch of a sequel to the excellent strategic restart of Eidos Interactive, Hitman. The mechanics of the game will be similar to that of its predecessor, but this time it will be able to travel to six different and different Sandbox locations around the world: the configuration of the Miami-based E3 demonstration seemed particularly impressive. The full game will also be available simultaneously, unlike the episodic launch of the 2016 title. Get ready to eliminate high-profile targets using stealth and strategy to your advantage, or hitting them in the head with a dead fish. The choice is yours.

Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, Microsoft Windows; Publication date: November 13, 2018

Spyro Reignited Trilogy

Price: £ 30 (Xbox One) | Pre-order now from Amazon

Spyro has returned and everything has expanded. The three games in the classic PlayStation trilogy have been completely remastered in HD, with a launch scheduled for November this year. Activision has tried to preserve the spirit of the original games, while completely renewing the soundtrack, the graphics and the user interface. This is one for all nostalgic players.

Platforms: Xbox One, PS4; Date of publication: November 13, 2018

Fallout 76

Believe it or not, this is not really the 76th installment of the franchise of Fallout. Instead, the ninth game in the series serves as a prequel to the other eight. Todd Howard and Bethesda have taken the classic single-player formula from previous titles to an online and open multiplayer configuration. The developers have promised that the experience will not be very different, but they expect to be controlled by complete strangers on the Internet in a semiarregular manner.

Read all the latest news about Fallout 76 [19659002] Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, Microsoft Windows; Publication date: November 14, 2018

Battlefield V

Price: £ 50 (Xbox One) | Pre-order now from Amazon

Battlefield V will see the large-scale shooter jump from World War I to the Second. You will go to battle at unexpected but crucial moments of the conflict in various multiplayer modes. You'll be one of 64 players in All-Out War mode, in what EA DICE calls the most physical battlefield yet. & # 39; On top of that, there is a single player campaign and, of course, a Battle Royale mode.

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Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, Microsoft Windows; Publication date: November 20, 2018

Just Cause 4

Price: £ 50 (Xbox One) | Pre-order now from Amazon

Square Enix surprised everyone by announcing the return of Just Cause at E3 earlier this year. The next edition of the franchise based on mass destruction will allow you to cross the South American continent in a variety of scenarios and weather conditions. According to its developers, improvements have been made to the engine and artificial intelligence of the game. But who really cares about that? We are here to blow up some things.

Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, Microsoft Windows; Publication date: December 4, 2018

Resident Evil 2

This is the second game featured on our list that represents a remake instead of a sequel. Capcom will take Resident Evil to its second edition of 1998, with a launch scheduled for early next year. Using the same engine as Resident Evil 7, the developers have once again mastered the game from scratch, and you can (finally) escape from Raccoon City in HD because escaping in low definition is not enough. thrill.

Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, Microsoft Windows; Publication date: January 25, 2019