It is halfway through November, and the holiday shopping season is just around the corner. The video game industry, as with any other industry, stands to rake in massive sales over the period.
The PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One are the two consoles that have been battling it out month after month for the video game industry crown. The Xbox One has been doing relatively well recently, having beaten the PlayStation 4 in sales in October due to the release of Halo 5: Guardians.
With the titles confirmed to have a release date in December being multi-platform ones that will be on both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, will Microsoft’s momentum continue? Or will Sony’s PlayStation 4 reclaim its throne?
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
Inspired by real-life counter-terrorist groups, the game puts players right in the middle of dangerous close-quarters situations. Gamers will be able to choose from several different counter terrorist operators to battle in sieges which is a new kind of assault that allows the enemies to change environments into strongholds. Rainbow Six forces will then be leading the charge to infiltrate the position of the enemies.
Just Cause 3
Rico Rodriguez is back to liberate Mediterranean island republic of Medici, his homeland, from the ruling fist of General Di Ravello. The title features more than 400 square miles of freedom, ranging from the depths of the sea to the heights of the sky, along with an expansive arsenal of weapons, vehicles and gadgets.
Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends
Gamers will be fighting alongside characters from the Kung Fu Panda franchise, including Po, Master Shifu, Tigress and Tai Lung, in the Showdown of Legendary Legends. A maximum of four players will fight each other across different locations, with gamers also allowed to compete in tournaments to attain glory and honor.
Racers battle against time, setting their own challenges and limits in the easy to learn but hard to master title. The gameplay of the title features a combination of matchbox car fantasies and the chase for a perfect run, with players testing their racing skills in a campaign mode which has over 200 different tracks across four environments.