Call of Duty Vanguard
Like every year, it’s an event: the new Call of has arrived on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One! Available on the market from November 5 (i.e. Friday), it will once again allow fans of the license to embark on a new nervous adventure in the first person, with obviously the possibility of confronting each other or playing in co-op thanks to a Zombies mode which marks its big comeback. In addition, this opus will endeavor to place the player at the heart of the Second World War, a period appreciated by fans of the series.
Just Dance 2022
Like Call of Duty, it has now become a tradition that a new Just Dance game filled with new songs arrives every year around this same time. And 2021 does not cut it: from next November 4, dance enthusiasts will be able to move their bodies in Just Dance 2022, which will be available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. For the occasion, new songs are added to the playlist, including the latest tracks from Imagine Dragons, Todrick Hall and Ciara.
Tunche is the little independent curiosity of the week, which could delight fans of beat’em up in particular. Directly inspired by Peruvian folklore, Tunche was developed by a studio located in Lima, Leap Game Studios. Result of a successful kickstarter campaign, it is therefore preparing to make its arrival on PC, PS, Xbox and Nintendo Switch, starting tomorrow, November 2. A game that might well please fans of old-fashioned action.
World War Z is coming to Nintendo Switch
Already present for many months on other platforms, World War Z is preparing to make its arrival on Nintendo’s hybrid console, starting November 2 (tomorrow). Developed by Saber Interactive, we can therefore expect a quality port because the studio already has a beautiful portfolio of games ported to the Nintendo console (including the recent Crysis Remastered or The Witcher 3 The Wild Hunt) . Something to please those who were in need of a Left 4 Dead game on the Nintendo console.