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Next week, gaming fans can look forward to some new video games that find their way into local retailers. A total of seven new games will be released for PS4 and PS5. Which titles you can look forward to in the coming days, we want to take a closer look together with you below.

Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View (PS4, PS5)

Release: November 2, 2021

The week opens, among other things, the detective adventure “Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View”. The story takes place in England in the 1950s with the kidnapping of eight-year-old Charlotte May. You slip into the role of the now retired investigator Robert Conway, who goes on a search for the truth.

The promise is an exciting thriller with an emotionally gripping story. As Conway, you have to keep a close eye on your surroundings, interview the residents of the small town of Dahlia View, solve puzzles and of course put all the pieces of the puzzle together to solve the crime.

First Class Trouble (PS4, PS5)

Release: November 2, 2021

“First Class Trouble” was only recently released for PlayStation consoles announced and as one of the total six games confirmed for the PlayStation Plus offer in November. The developers describe their work as a party game in which everything should revolve around social deception. You have to work together with other players and at the same time be careful in order to survive.

You are a passenger on board the luxurious space cruiser ISS Alithea, whose artificial intelligence has gone crazy and is trying to kill you by diverting the oxygen. To prevent this, you have to ally yourself with other survivors, but among these are also robots that try to sabotage your project by deceiving you and even eliminating you if necessary.

Knockout City (PS5)

Release: November 2, 2021

In mid-May Electronic Arts released the multiplayer sports game “Knockout City”, in which you have to prove yourself in tough dodgeball battles. Now the new-gen version of the title appears, which includes some technical improvements. These include a quality mode (4K resolution at 60 FPS) and a performance mode (upscaled to 4K at up to 120 FPS). Otherwise everything stays as usual.

As with the real dodgeball, it is about catching the ball, dodging it or throwing off your opponents with it. By the way, if your team doesn’t have a ball, you can curl up yourself and become the ultimate weapon! Different locations and game modes should ensure long-lasting fun.

Demon Turf (PS4, PS5)

Release: November 4, 2021

In “Demon Turf”, the relatively young demon Beebz, who is 1000 years old, has an ambitious goal because she wants to become the new demon queen. However, this should not be particularly easy, because in the demon realm various groups are currently fighting for supremacy and the right to the title.

First and foremost, a 3D platformer awaits you in a playful way, in which your fighting skills should also be challenged. The confrontations against your opponents are based on a physics-based combat system with which you can throw your enemies out of the way.

Just Dance 2022 (PS4, PS5)

Release: November 4, 2021

If you also like to be physically active while playing and are also a passionate dancer, “Just Dance 2022” could be interesting. This is touted by Ubisoft as nothing less than the “ultimate dance game”, which among other things has 40 new tracks in its luggage.

Also included is the sweat mode, with the help of which you get your own training program and which shows you the calories you burned and the time you danced. If you don’t want to dance on your own, you can let off steam together in co-op mode.

Call of Duty: Vanguard (PS4, PS5)

Release: November 5, 2021

The most notable new release of the coming week is undoubtedly “Call of Duty: Vanguard”, which was developed by Sledgehammer Games (“Call of Duty: WWII”). Once again, the title takes you to various battlefields from World War II, including in Europe, Africa and the Pacific.

In addition, the zombie mode is there again, which is contributed by Treyarch (“Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War”) and in which you have to face an onslaught of merciless undead. In addition, a classic multiplayer should of course not be missing as well as an integration into “Call of Duty: Warzone”.

Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation Code Fairy (PS4, PS5)

Release: November 5, 2021

Just a few weeks ago, “Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation Code Fairy” was officially unveiled by Bandai Namco Games, so the release is already imminent. This is a single-player action game that will be released on November 5, November 19 and December 3, 2021 in a total of three volumes.

The title tells the story of the special unit “Noisy Fairy”, which tried to achieve a breakthrough on the North American continent during the “One Year’s War”. The game aims to combine a profound story with challenging and crashing battles that you fight on board the Gundams.

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