Back-to-school days are here, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to put away video games for good. The chilly autumn season is the best time to settle in with new games, especially since studies show video games can help promote relaxation, fight stress and anxiety, sharpen problem-solving skills, and enhance mental clarity.
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FIFA 17: September 27
EA Sports is releasing this year’s soccer game with the Frostbite game engine, which makes gameplay look more real and authentic. Other new features include new attacking techniques, a role-playing story mode called “The Journey”, improved AI teammates, real-time physical interactions, and new rewritten mechanics that help improve game accuracy.
Mafia III: October 7
Hangar 13’s debut is an action-adventure game set in 1968 in the city of New Bordeaux, a fictional mirror of New Orleans. The game’s story revolves around an orphan and Vietnam War veteran named Lincoln Clay, whose goal is to build a new crime organization and avenge his friends, who were killed by the Italian mob. This single-player game with an open-world design requires players to use weapons to eliminate enemies in the mob and beat the game.
Rise of the Tomb Raider 20-Year Celebration Edition: October 11
Lara Croft is back in this 20-year celebration edition of one of the bestselling video game series of all time. The game was initially released in November 2015 for the Xbox One and Xbox 360, but this year’s fall release offers extra features exclusive to the PlayStation 4. The 20-year celebration edition includes a new story called Blood Ties, a new Extreme Survivor difficulty level, and a zombie chapter called Lara’s Nightmare.
Battlefield 1: October 18
As the 14th installment in the Battlefield franchise, this first-person shooter game takes place during World War I and gives players access to realistic WWI weapons and vehicles, including mustard gas, flamethrowers, bolt-action rifles, zeppelin, tanks, biplane aircraft, and armored trucks. Players can join squads in multiplayer mode, and access real-world locations such as the Alps, Arabia, and the Western Front.
Final Fantasy XV: November 29
This 15th installment in the bestselling Final Fantasy series is said to be similar to Kingdom Hearts, but provides a far darker atmosphere. In a world eerily similar to modern-day Earth called Eos, Final Fantasy XV follows the story of Noctis Lucis Caelum as he goes on a quest to win back his homeland and its magical crystal, which was seized by Niflheim on the eve of peace negotiations between the nation of Lucis and the rest of the world. Final Fantasy XV was in development for 10 years before its release.
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