The big guns are rolling out in the run up to Christmas making November a bumper month for PS4 games, and one with some hyped AAAs ready for the playing. Read on for the new games coming up this month.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare - 3rd Nov
The Wolf Among Us - 4th Nov North America, 7th Nov UK
Telltale’s episodic point and click adventure taken from Bill Willingham's Fables comic book series comes as a retail version with all 5 episodes.
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth - 4th Nov
Roguelike action with biblical references. Rebirth is also up for free on PS Plus in November.
Rocksmith 2014 - 4th Nov North America, 7th Number UK
Ubisofts positively affirming guitar tutorial game makes the move to PS4.
Assassin's Creed: Unity - 11th Nov North America, 14th Nov UK
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham - 11th Nov North America, 14th Nov UK
The caped crusader and a host of his contemporaries reconvene Lego style as Brainiac sets out on a mission to shrink the Earth.
PES 2015 - 13th Nov
Konami’s new soccer sim brings in over 1000 bespoke animations for players to give greater depths of individuality along with enhanced crowds and lighting to add to the match day experience.
Far Cry 4 - 8th Nov North America, 20th Nov UK
Grand Theft Auto V - 18th Nov
Yet another title getting ported to new gen, but what a title! And for those that decide to buy again Rockstar is offering a bundle of exclusive content.
Never Alone - 18th Nov
A character swapping puzzler based on Alaskan indigenous folklore.
WWE 2K15 - 18th Nov North America, 21 Nov UK
2K’s new pro wrestling sim promises the start of a new generation for the franchise with a number of significant enhancements to back up its claims.
Dragon Age: Inquisition - 18th Nov North America, 21st Nov UK
LittleBigPlanet 3 - 18th Nov North America, 28th Nov UK
Sackboy returns with some new playable characters, new tools and power-ups and 16 levels of depth for creators to play around with.
Thomas Was Alone - 25th Nov
Danny Wallace narrates the story of a group of sentient 2D shapes as you figure out how to use them together to get through some puzzles.
So those are the new titles announced for PS4 in November. We'll continue to keep you informed with weekly PS4 updates. Let us know which, if any of the games you'll be picking up.