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Alan Wake 2 and more: This week’s best game releases (10/22)

Alan Wake 2 and more: This week’s best game releases (10/22)

October is almost over, but that doesn’t mean the releases have stopped there. On the contrary, this will be another week full of console and PC games. The most important thing is what was expected Alan Wake 2a continuation of the popular action game that promises to bring more horror and supernatural elements.

Ghost Runner 2 It is also another continuation of the successful game, this time, the FPS game that mixes parkour fighting elements promises more frenetic action. actually Cities: Skylines 2 It forces players to build and manage cities created from scratch with the highest degree of realism.

There is also access Just Dance 2024, the annual release of Ubisoft’s popular dancing game. Finally, EUFC 5 Coming to PS5 and Xbox Series S/X, with the world’s most famous MMA championship fully updated. Check all versions and prices for each.

1. Just Dance 2024 – October 24

  • Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series S/X, Nintendo Switch

The most popular dancing franchise on the planet will have its anniversary this week. For the first time, the game will be exclusive to the current generation of consoles, abandoning the PS4 and Xbox One after dozens of versions were released for the platforms, some of which still use Kinect to create interactivity.

Just Dance 2024 will feature classic hits and viral hits in its catalogsource: Nintendo

In its new version, the game contains a series of classic and current songs. Highlights include Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” and one of the most used songs in social media videos: Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers.” When the game launches, it will contain more than 40 songs, and players who have the 2023 version will be able to import their songs from there. The game is now on pre-sale starting at R$299.95.

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two. Cities: Skylines 2 – October 24

  • Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series S/X, PC

despite of Cities: Skylines Bringing a very exploratory footprint, especially in the 90s with franchises like sim city, It brings more real elements. Among them, starting your city from scratch, and managing more specific resources in the area, especially regarding the economy.

Cities: Skylines 2 will offer more building options and improved graphicsCities: Skylines 2 will offer more building options and improved graphicssource: steam

The second game will maintain this level of realism, along with new features and improvements, especially in the visual aspect. Furthermore, from launch, the game will allow the community itself to create items to add to the game, known as mods. The game is now on pre-sale starting at R$165.99.

3. Ghost Runner 2 – October 26

  • Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series S/X, PC

Ghost runner The game took the world by surprise when it was originally released in 2020. The game offered FPS gameplay that mixed combat and parkour elements, in a cyberpunk environment. Its sequel brings all the successful elements along with innovations, such as the addition of vehicles, including battles on motorcycles.

Ghostrunner 2 attempts to repeat the success of the first gameGhostrunner 2 attempts to repeat the success of the first gamesource: steam

His story takes place a little over a year after the events of the end of the first chapter, with several factions hunting him. It’s up to you to use your new talents and skills to survive the attacks. The game is now available for pre-sale starting at R$161.99, and has a free trial available.

4. Alan Wake 2 – October 27

  • Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series S/X, PC
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The most famous writer in gaming is back. Alan Wake 2 It is a continuation of one of the most popular action games on Xbox 360, having been released exclusively for Microsoft’s console, before recently getting remastered versions for all consoles and PC.

Alan Wake 2 marks the return of the famous writer from the gaming worldAlan Wake 2 marks the return of the famous writer from the gaming worldsource: Epic Games

In the story, Alan Wake falls into a nightmare, and needs to write a new story to free himself from the world that is haunting him. At the same time, FBI agent Saga Anderson begins to deal with a series of crimes that have rocked the small town of Bright Falls. What they don’t know is that their paths will cross in a way that will leave them dependent on each other to survive. The game is on pre-sale starting at R$225.

5. EUFC 5 – October 27

  • Platforms: PS5 and Xbox Series S/X

The game from the main MMA tournament in the world will get a new version. EUFC 5 It promises more realistic graphics, both in the appearance of each of the athletes registered for the competition, and in the atmosphere. In addition, it will also have a more realistic damage system, including real-time injuries and swelling during battles.

EA UFC 5 promises to be the most realistic game in the seriesEA UFC 5 promises to be the most realistic game in the seriessource: BSN

This damage system also promises to give more dynamism to combat, as a medical interruption can occur at any time. Career mode promises a longer, more faithful path to the fighter’s race to the top. So, you’ll start fighting in your backyard, until you advance and make your debut in the most famous octagon on the planet. The game is on pre-sale for R$ 358.90, with a 10% discount for subscribers to the EA Play service, where it will also be possible to play up to 10 hours of the game in advance.

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