Top 10 games releasing in September

Gaming enthusiasts can look forward to a lot of excitement this September. Whether you prefer sports or action-adventures, there’s something for everyone. We bring you a list of 10 games releasing in September.

Call of Duty Black Ops III: Salvation

This one requires absolutely no introduction! This will be the fourth & final downloadable content (DLC) for Call of Duty Black Ops III. The game will feature four new multiplayer maps, and the conclusion to the Origins Zombie Adventures.

Release date: 6th September

Platform: PS4

Bioshock: The Collection

What is better than having one part of the Bioshock series? Of course, having the whole collection. And Bioshock: The Collection is exactly that! It is a re-mastered version of all the properties of the franchise, fine-tuned to an optimum game playing level.

Release date: 13th September

Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One


Developed by Keiji Inafune’s Comcept & Armature Studio, Recore makes you the last surviving human on a planet devastated by robots. You must survive with the help of some robotic pets. The trailer reveals that each pet has unique abilities to help out their fellow humans. Let’s say, it’s a darker version of the light-hearted Pokémon. Microsoft’s cross platform support on Xbox & Windows 10 may prove to be a blessing for Recore players.

Release dates: 13th September (North America), 16th September (Europe)

Platforms: PC, Xbox One

Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past

A 3DS remake for Dragon Quest VII, the remake will feature over 30 classes. Each group is expected to have special abilities, some of which will be unique to the 3DS version.

Release date: 16th September

Platform: 3DS

NBA 2K17

If you are a gamer, then you know all about the NBA series. The NBA 2K is set to give a new edge to the basketball simulation game. The company has announced a prelude to the game where players can start their ‘MyCAREER’ experience for free before the game releases. The prelude will be available from 9th September.

Release date: 20th September

Platforms: PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Destiny: Rise of Iron

The original game, Destiny, was released in 2014, to lukewarm response. But when developer Bungie expanded the scope of the shooter game, it became one of the most popular games of all times. Now, players are awaiting the launch of the next part – Rise of Iron. This version promises a new plot, new places to explore and new levels to achieve.

Release date: 20th September

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One

Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade

A massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by Behaviour Interactive and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, this game blends features from a third-person shooter. The game is currently available on Steam for early access & feedback. Eternal Crusade shows four primary groups – space marines, chaos space marines, Orks & Eldar, along with 20 other sub-groups. You can also choose from hundreds of weapons & accessories.

Release date: 23rd September

Platform: PC


Football never goes out of fashion. The FIFA series requires no introduction for game enthusiasts. And players are already waiting for the new version. But this one will be a little more than just a football game. It will be the first one in the series to introduce a story mode. Created on its original Frostbite engine and developed by EA Sports, the story mode will follow the lead character, Alex Hunter.

Release date: 27th September

Platforms: PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Forza Horizon 3

Developed by Playground Games, this is the third edition of the racing game, and will give you a chance to explore the outback of Australia. The game promises to feature cross-play between Xbox One & Windows 10. Keep an eye for the only demo to be released on 12th September.

Release date: 27th September

Platforms: PC, Xbox One

Darkest Dungeon

And we are finally getting an expanded version of this PC game. The additional content will now allow you to recruit from 15 hero classes in the main town. It will also feature a cross-buy and cross-save function between platforms.

Release dates: 27th September

Platforms: PS4, Vita

Which one are you waiting for? Tell us in the comments below.


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