The Hottest Games Coming in October 2019

If September hasn’t fulfilled your desire for new and epic moments, then prepare your fingers, eyes, and cash as October is finally here, and it is promising many games. There is literally a little something for everybody from shooters to racing and even puzzle games. Here are the best games coming in October 2019.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint

We’ll start out this list with a first-person shooter- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. In this game, you’ll play as a “Ghost”, hiding in the shadows, killing your enemies in secret. You’ll have to endure the harsh winters, regroup with your fellow Ghosts to complete various missions, and you can choose from a large variety of weapons, especially drones with riffles. We’re promised a world “burned to the ground,” so let’s hope that the game will reach its expectations. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint will hit stores on October 4 and will be available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.


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We’re jumping from all the combat and explosions to another kind of game – racing. This time around, Grid is introducing new graphics, improved sounds, and more detailed crashes. You can now see more clearly every crack in your helmet and, painfully, every scratch on your car. We can’t deny, most of the time we won’t race like a pro, and we will end up crashing in another car or a wall, at least until we get used to the game. But, the devil is in the details, so to speak. Grid’s tracks will be open on October 11 and will be available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

Ghostbusters: The video game Remastered

Something strange in the neighborhood, who you gonna call? Ghostbusters: The video game Remastered. That’s right folks, our favorite team is back, and in high resolution! Last seen when high-quality graphics were the last thing we wanted from a game, and the story was much more important, Ghostbusters is back with the original crew too! The hunt for ghosts will start on October 4 and will be available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.


Keep up, we’re still on the dreamlands, only this time, more cartoonish. I’m talking about MediEvil, of course. A “dark lord” or a “powerful evil Wizzard” raises an army of “undead” to conquer the world (speaking about original stories). Of course, there is a brave warrior who leads a counter-attack to prevent any catastrophic events. It’s not a happy ending, as our hero makes one crucial mistake: he charges into battle with no shield as a rain of arrows is pouring down on them. I don’t know who shot that arrow that hit his head, but he deserves a raise – usually bad guys have a terrible aim. A second chance is granted for our brave warrior, and now he must fight as a skeleton with a sword bigger than himself. Use different weapons to crush your enemies and achieve the long-awaited victory upon the forces of evil, in different locations (villages, ships, and what it looks like a maze). MediEvil launches on October 25th on PS4.

Trine 4

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince features tree heroes, a mage, an Archer, and a warrior journey across a realm of magic and danger to save the prince. The game focuses on difficult puzzles and concentration. Some characters may prove worthless on some levels, but later on, they’re the key to complete the task. Build ways so all of your team survive and arrive at the destination at the same time without a scratch. Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince can be found in stores starting October 8 for Pc, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is finally being rebooted after all these years. Modern Warfare is a first-person shooter developed by Infinity Ward will feature a remake of the original campaign as well as a cross-platform multiplayer which is, of course, what we’re all looking forward to. You can “join the good guys’ side” starting October 25 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

The Outer Worlds

The Outer Worlds presents us another post-apocalyptic future. It seems like there isn’t even a single game that presents the future as a place filled with joy and laughs. In The Outer Worlds, we’re thrust into a world where a “corporation” saved many lives and remained in power for a long, long time. It appears that, after digging up this corporation’s past, we have our beliefs to fight against them. What have they done? we don’t know yet, but I am sure it ain’t pretty. We’re in the future, we don’t use bullets anymore, and instead of laser guns. The Outer World will be released on October 25 and will be available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo.

Plants Vs Zombies: Battle For Neighborville

We all love the PVZ franchise, what we will love more is the new Battle for Neighborville. The battle between our garden and some undead people will move from basic action and gameplay to a more intense battle. You will have the opportunity to play as one of your favorite zombies or plants, everyone with them having unique abilities, stats, and roles. Assasins, Tanks, melee, ranged, flying, walking, teleporting(you get the idea, there are many). You can choose from a large variety of locations, where all these epic battles will take place.

Concrete Genie

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Concrete Genie is colorful, but presents a sad story. The main character is a boy that is being bullied and discovers a paintbrush holding hidden powers. His task is to bring the city “back to life” by painting, don’t lose your hope yet, the painting comes to life and encourages the boy to finish his quest. Later on, we find out that, a “darkness” force is “killing” the town’s spirit and, if you do not defeat him, your work will be for nothing. As you progress through the story, you can collect pieces of drawings which, we don’t know for sure, will likely unlock special paintings for you to draw. You can express your artistic talent on the walls of this old, rusty town starting October 8. The game will be available on PS4.

Deliver Us the Moon

3 2 1, we’ve conquered the moon. It may seem like a new step for humanity, but the truth is revealed, as there are “the survivors.” We don’t know what kind of catastrophic event killed our race this time, but we don’t have time to meditate about that. Our mission now is to fix our current base, interior, and exterior, which is not that easy. We’re not alone, as a robot sphere is following us, we think it will provide future information about the missions or show us how and why we gathered on the moon. Deliver us the moon will be available starting October 10 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

Destiny 2: Shadow Keep

It looks like, the developers are really trying to get us scared, as we’re told that what we saw until this moment wasn’t “darkness” and that the darkness is coming. We may encounter some old enemies which we previously defeated and we’re told that the past will haunt us as will the future. We have to do our best to end these unfortunate events. You can join the “great battle” starting October 1st on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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Stefan Mariut
Stefan joined the Addicted to Play team in March of 2019 and is a senior editor that oversee's the news department. In his free time, he is an avid gamer that doesn't discriminate. While it may be true that he prefers games like World of Warcraft and League of Legends, you can occasionally catch him playing games like Call of Duty or Assassin's Creed. BTW, ladies, he is single if you're interested.

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