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Yes, many releases and sequels of video games are lined up next month. The big daddy of all being the Star Wars Battlefront set for a November 17-launch across Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Here, players get to battle on the planets of Endor, Hoth, Tatooine and the new Sullust, aboard air-borne and land-roving vehicles. A quick look at the others:

Need For Speed
If racing thrills you, then Electronic Arts’ Need For Speed (NFS) is your best bet. In this full reboot of the franchise, you have to drive past cops around the Ventura Bay at night. And, you need to find the prefect balance across the five verticals of Speed, Style, Build, Crew, and Outlaw, to become the racing icon. Releases on November 3. Available on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.
Details: needforspeed.com

Call of Duty: Black Ops III
Treyarch’s latest offering transports you to a dystopian society in 2065. Here, humans are more machine-like. Robots are all around. And, Black Ops need to avert a warfare. In the multiplayer mode (allows four), thruster packs will allow you to perform slow boosts into the air, run on walls and even slide. You can customise weapons and their attachments. Releases on November 6. Details: callofduty.com

Fallout 4
In the fifth installment of the Fallout series, the action-role play happens in post-apocalyptic Boston, in which the player comes out of an underground bunker called Vault. So, you get to destroy buildings, salvage materials from them and make new colonies. Releases on November 10. Available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Details: fallout4.com

Rise of the Tomb Raider
In this sequel of the 2013 Tomb Raider, protagonist Lara Croft lands in Siberia, in search of the ancient city of Kitezh. Now, players have to help Croft fight against humans, animals, and the puzzle-kind of an environment to unravel the truth about immortality. Available on PC, Xbox One and PS4. Releases on November 10. Details: tombraider.com

Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void
This is the final installment in the StarCraft II trilogy. Here, players need to steer Hierarch Artanis, leader of the Protoss Armada race, to victory and reclaim his long-lost world of Aiur. The single-player campaign will require a lot of strategy and diplomacy. Available on Windows PC and Mac. Releases on November 10. Details:
starcraft2.com

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