3 Highly Anticipated Games Set to be Released This Fall
This year was already great for video gamers – and the best is yet to come. Some of the biggest franchises like to time their major releases to the end of the year, ahead of the Christmas shopping craze, so they will make it under the Christmas trees of as many gamers as possible. If you have the time and energy for more than just play casino games at All Slots, you are probably aware of some of the great titles coming up in the next few months. If not, the titles below – which are, by the way, among the most anticipated titles of the year – will take you by surprise.
The new Wolfenstein series is one of the best examples of modern interactive storytelling. The game, rebooted in 2014, takes its players into an alternate history where the Germans have won the second World War. We meet the protagonist of the series, William John “B. J.” Blazkowitz during a failed mission which puts him in a coma for almost two decades. He awakens in 1960, in a world under the rule of the Third Reich, which he must escape while defeating his nemesis, General Wilhelm “Deathshead” Strasse.
The sequel reunites us with B. J. Blazkowicz one year later, in the alternate United States occupied by the Nazis. Blazkowitz will once again take matters into his own hands, helping the American Resistance reignite the flame of opposition and trigger the Second American Revolution – this time against the invading Nazi forces.
If Wolfenstein takes us Nazi-hunting into an alternate timeline, Call of Duty: WWII does the same in our own. For the first time in nine years. there’s no modern warfare and no futuristic stuff involved in a new Call of Duty game: the game returns to its roots, taking its players into the line of fire in World War II.
The game’s campaign centers around the actions of a 12-man squad in the 1st Infantry Division, taking players to the heart of Germany through the Nazi-occupied France, Belgium, and the Rhine valley. The missions in the game will also cover historic battles like D-Day, the Liberation of Paris, the Battle of Aachen, and several others. Besides, it will have a more fun-filled part, too – its Zombies storyline will involve necromancy, ancient artifacts, and many opponents to shoot.
Soccer fans will probably be happy to see the latest version of EA Sports’ long-running soccer simulator, FIFA 18, be released at the end of this month. It will continue the previous game’s “The Journey” story mode, with updated graphics, new stadiums, and new Legends like Diego Maradona. It will also feature updates like the addition of Germany’s 3. Liga, the Iceland national team, the Saudi Arabia national team, and the return of the Turkish Super League.