Top 10 Upcoming Games in OCTOBER 2021

Updated on 2023-06-29
Yo guys, there were lots of games released in September. For this topic let's talk about the NEW UPCOMING GAMES in October together. MUST READ SERIES

Yo, what's going on, guys? Here is your old friend. I think we have already tried lots of new games for September. For instance, NBA 2K22, Tales of Arise today, let's talk about the new upcoming games in October! I already simplified the contents for you guys. So, let's go for today's topic Top 10 upcoming games in October 2021!

#NO. 10 Hell Let Loose

Starting at number ten, it is "Hell Let Loose." We've talked a bit of this game elsewhere. You can currently get it on PC. It's coming to the next-generation consoles. It's a pretty intense first-person shooter set in World War II with 100-player battles, with a real-time strategy game kind of built over it. It's hard to describe, but it's a perfect integration of two completely different types of games. Visually speaking, it is an impressive title. You feel the scale of the places you're in, even when they're empty fields. The variance in texture does a good job, and the 50-versus-50 multiplayer battles in these battlefields are perfect. There are also nine big maps, and they're consistently adding them to the PC version. "Hell Let Loose" is going to be a hell of a lot of fun on the PS5 and the Xbox Series X when it lands on October 5th. 

#NO. 9 Metroid Dread

At number nine is "Metroid Dread." a semi-teased game as a joke long ago. "Metroid Dread" has a long and varied history, but it is finally coming out as a brand-new 2D sidescrolling game set after "Metroid Fusion." What happened, the team behind "Metroid: Samus Returns" impressed the Metroid producer, and they were tasked with doing the "Metroid Dread" project. Essentially, it looks to continue most of the stuff that we liked from "Metroid: Samus Returns," but being in its the first sidescrolling Metroid game since "Fusion," it continues that it adds some new ideas, including stealth. Considering that "Metroid: Samus Returns" added a few features itself, despite being a remake, these are developers that, at this point, I trust with the series and hope that they get to do several 2D entries in the future. This looks great. I'm excited for "Metroid Dread." It's coming to the Nintendo Switch on October 8th. 

#NO. 8 FIFA 22

At number eight, it's "FIFA 22." Now, FIFA is one of the longest-running series in video games, and for the most part, we know what to expect with FIFA. Now, that being said, there are some pretty exciting additions, particularly in the PS5 at Xbox Series X versions. We're seeing hyper-motion technology, a new way of analyzing an actual human motion to make the game look and feel more realistic. There are mechanical changes as well. In career mode, you can create a team at this point, which is a welcome addition, to be honest. You could only take over teams in previous titles, and frankly, that's fun. I like that. They're also adding some new moves and mechanics to the Volta modes, which will add special abilities, and they sound like they could be fun like there's an aggressive tackle ability. And they've also added something called Volta Arcade, which includes some online minigame modes. FIFA 22 is landing on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, and Xbox One, October 1st. 

#NO. 7 The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes

At number seven is "The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes" a game that very obviously is a part of the Dark Pictures Anthology, which comes to us from Supermassive Games, the developers of "Until Dawn," which is the type of game this is, a survival-horror interactive drama that follows in the footsteps of "Man of Medan" and "Little Hope." This is a really interesting title. It takes place in 2003 in the Iraq War. The players get trapped in an underground Mesopotamian temple. The war, bombs going off, fighting, et cetera, has awoken monsters, which reside in the temple. In terms of gameplay mechanics, at this point, you know what you're getting from these types of games, but they do an outstanding job telling stories. I think that the setup is familiar enough. Yet, the setting itself is radically different. Depending on how they tell this story, it could feel like a very different game without abandoning any of the principles that the Dark Pictures Anthology has set forward. I've certainly enjoyed these games up until this point, and I'm looking forward to playing this one. It's coming to PC, the PlayStations, and the Xboxes on October 22nd. 

#NO. 6 Mario Party Superstars

At number six is "Mario Party Superstars" a game that for people and birds of prey my age is going to be particularly fun. People of all ages love Mario Party, and it's the latest entry into that series. Still, it brings us back to a bunch of remade maps back from the Nintendo 64 era of the series, as well as a hundred remade minigames from all across the entire series. So this is a game built on the previous game, "Super Mario Party." It adds Birdo back into the playable roster and gives us such boards as Peach's Birthday Cake and Space Land from "Mario Party 2," also Horror Land from that game, Yoshi's Tropical Island from the original "Mario Party," and Woody Woods from "Mario Party 3." Honestly, I just love Mario party. It's a fun group game to play with your family, with your friends. It's just a good activity, and being able to replay a lot of the older types of stuff from it, of course, I think it will be enjoyable with added events. I'm paying it up when it hits Switch on October 29th. 

#NO. 5 Rider's Republic

At number five is "Rider's Republic," a pretty ambitious sports game from Ubisoft. They've billed it as a massively multiplayer sports game. The idea is that you'll be racing at any given time against more than 50 players. You're going to be competing in skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, rocket wing suiting, and other wingsuit flying as well. There's also competitive 6v6 Tricks Battle Arena, oriented along with those same sports with different freestyle tricking. I don't know. It looks like an exciting game, and if they pull it off, and all of these different modes are fun, that's going to be cool. As with all very ambitious games with a ton of other things going on, it could potentially be terrible, too, but I mean, it looks interesting enough to at least give it the attention, give it a shot, and hope for the best. The team that developed this was behind "Steep," a pretty well-received game with several different types of sports. It's a rudimentary version of this. It looks like they've built out a lot from the original idea to make it massively multiplayer, and honestly, I have pretty high hopes for this one. It's landing on PC, the PlayStations and the Xboxes, October 28th. 

#NO. 4 Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy

At number four is "Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy," an attempt basically to say, hey, we get what was wrong with "Marvel's The Avengers." We're not doing any of that. Here's the problem with "Marvel's Avengers" for me, 11 of the combat and stuff was pretty good. I liked it. I didn't want any aspect of the game beyond that. The live service is crap, the semi online confusing nonsense. It just needed to be a single-player game, have a story, has a finite ending and be done. That's what "Guardians of the Galaxy" is, so it's interesting. I still have a few reservations for this, considering they took on that feedback so specifically. I think it's kind of that it's so soon after the previous game. Clearly, "Guardians of the Galaxy" was being developed at the same time. So did they revamp it a lot during the later stages of development, or was it always meant to be this game? I don't know. There are many unanswered questions in my opinion that if they pull it off, I'm going to be stoked by because "Avengers" could have been perfect and just got in its way at every turn. A single-player "Guardians of the Galaxy" game that takes on all of those problems and attempts to put something forward that works could be fantastic, and I have my fingers crossed. We'll see when it lands on PC, the PlayStations, the Xbox, and Switch on October 26th. 

#NO. 3 Back 4 Blood

And at number three is "Back 4 Blood", and of course, we are all anxiously waiting for this. It is essentially the new "Left 4 Dead" game. The developers of "Left 4 Dead" haven't been able to make a new game in the series because Valve owned it for quite a while, and they were like, you know what? We're just going to do it. This is exciting because these guys created such a great series in "Left 4 Dead." It is such a shame that aside from DLC and updates, there hasn't been a new entry in such a long time. "Back 4 Blood" is exactly that, a fully new, next-gen-looking game that is "Left 4 Dead." There's not anything else to say about it. It's "Left 4 Dead." They've added a few new things, but the reason I'm playing it is that it is "Left 4 Dead." They're making no bones about that, making the name reflecting, hey, this is "Left 4 Dead." We don't own the IP. And I think that's phenomenal. "Back 4 Blood" is landing on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, and Xbox One on October 12th. 

#NO. 2 Age of Empires 4

Number two is "Age of Empires 4." Now, I am not going into "Age of Empires 4" expecting this to be a revolution. I'm hoping it to be the next Age of Empires game. Because of the length of time between these games, I'm expecting them not to reinvent the wheel but rather reintroduce us to a top-rated series in terms of real-time strategy and city-building, world-building, et cetera, is just top of the class. If we understand that this is what "Age of Empires 4" is intended to be, I think we can be a lot fairer in judging it, 'cause I'm sure that there are people who are expecting this to come in reinvent the genre. I doubt that. I could be wrong. They may do that. I don't know. But I haven't seen anything that indicates that's the direction they're going, being frank, the Definitive Editions that they've released, they've indicated they know what people like, and that's what I'm there for. I think this is going to be great, honestly. I think it's going to be a nice aesthetic upgrade, probably some mechanical upgrades. Still, it's going to be Age of Empires, and really, that's what I'm buying a ticket for at the door anyway, and I'll be doing just that on October 28th when it lands on PC. 

#NO. 1 Far Cry 6

And finally, at number one is "Far Cry 6," which is looking like a fairly epic tale they're attempting to tell of a dictator in a Caribbean country, his son, and the rebellion that is working to overthrow him, the revolution, which animal allies will aid. That's going to be fun. Honestly, this looks like an exciting update to the game. They've done several things to try to demonstrate a quote-unquote "next-gen" look to it, but I also like that they got the actor who plays Gus Fring from "Breaking Bad" to be the dictator. I think that's a perfect casting choice. And I'm, of course, going to play "Far Cry 6." It's coming to PC, the PlayStations, the Xboxes, and it's coming on October 7th. 

The Last

A few bonus games for you as well. First, the "Crysis Remastered Trilogy." Of course, we're most interested in the original Crysis game being remastered, but I definitely wouldn't mind taking a spin at the other two. These were fun games, the first one being the best. That should be pretty interesting to see as a quote-unquote "remastered" title. That's landing on PC, the PlayStations, the Xboxes, and it's landing October 15th. Then, how can we not mention "Alan Wake Remastered"? It's such a classic title, mystery, supernatural stuff, stuff that has set up events for the game "Control," and reasonable to assume that we will see more from Alan Wake in the future as well, given how things have played out. I can't wait to play "Alan Wake" again, honestly. It's landing on PC, the PlayStations, the Xboxes, and it's landing on October 5th. That is all for today. Cheers guys.