Top 5 Video Games Arriving in October 2019

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair – Oct 8 – Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC

If you’re a fan of the classic titles Banjo Kazooie, and Conker’s Bad Fur Day, Playtonic is back again with the sequel to their brand new series Yooka-Laylee and it’s poised to be even more of a love letter to the classics. Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair changes it up a bit as a 2.5D sidescrolling platformer and will have players solving fun puzzles and kicking enemy butt in a brand new and immensely colorful and massive world in the journey to take down Capital B. Our preview had this to say, “Level design felt brilliant and the game is built with features to be accessible to sidescrolling players of all types…You are encouraged and rewarded to explore every nook and cranny of the beautiful and well designed stages.”

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – Oct 25 – PS4, Xbox One, PC

It’s hard to imagine a more successful franchise than Call of Duty and it even takes the cake as the best-selling title year in and year out. This year Infinity Ward and Activision look to kick it up a notch with a complete revamp of the series that’s entirely 100% boots to the ground action that’s even more realistic than ever. With a complete overhaul to the Pick 10 weapons system, and amazingly gorgeous animations and graphics, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare looks and feels great. Mix that with a ton of improvements and this frenetic first-person shooter is one for the books.  Here’s what our preview had to say, I’m confident Infinity Ward will do what they’ve always done and that is, deliver an unforgettable Call of Duty experience fans will absolutely love.”

Luigi’s Mansion 3 – Oct 31 – Switch

It’s been over 6 years since Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon came out for the Nintendo 3DS and now Next Level Games is looking to make the franchise even better with Luigi’s Mansion 3. After arriving at a fancy hotel for a spectacular vacation Luigi’s friends go missing and it’s up to him to save them all from the ghosts that haunt the place. With the addition of Luigi’s alter ego Gooigi, a meatier single player experience with a deep storyline, all new poltergust mechanics, and the return of the multiplayer Scarescraper mode, Luigi’s Mansion 3 is set to be an adventure like never before. The best part? You get to embark on this spooky journey on Halloween!

What are you looking forward to in October 2019? Let us know in the comments below.