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Release Calendar: New Game Releases Of September 2018 | AIB

September is upon us and oh my gosh some of the biggest releases of the year are dropping. Here are all the confirmed release dates for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One games. These are the Western release dates, and always the earliest – whether that is the US, worldwide, or European dates. We sometimes also highlight other anticipated releases like DLCs, betas, big updates and so on.

Find the list of games with the release dates so you can know which games will be released in September 2018.

Destiny 2: The Forsaken

This expansion will determine the future of Bungie’s ambitious license. The Californian study has been chaining too many erroneous decisions that will have to settle with this deployment of content that will contain new game modes, a new incursion, tons of weapons and armor, a new story and the most extensive endgame content of the saga. The trust of thousands of users who have been playing without rest for the two published deliveries and their many additional contents is hanging by a thread.

Release Date: September 4, 2018
Platform: PC, PS4, and Xbox One

Dragon Quest XI

The West has waited too long for this reference between the JRPG to return in a dignified way and there is no doubt that the eleventh installment will mark a memorable moment for all lovers of the genre and the saga. Three decades of titles have given to polish and evolve a successful formula that is now about to be deployed in our market in its most complete version.

Release Date: September 4, 2018
Platform: PC and PS4

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

It may not be a release as such, but the truth is that the arrival of the version 1.0 is king among battle royale for the Xbox One. It is one of the most anticipated moments of the year for many of the players of the Microsoft console. The reasons for this final version will determine the output of the Xbox Game Preview program will come with a new map and numerous fixes and adjustments aimed at improving the optimization of a title that has never completely worked well in any of its versions.

Release Date: September 4, 2018
Platform: Xbox One

NBA Live 19

EA does not stop, although it has rested for some years, to try to win in the world of basketball simulation the place it already occupies among football video games. The League and The Streets modes will regain importance with important news to try to compete with ‘NBA 2K’, the current reference license in this sport taken to the virtual market.

Release Date: September 7, 2018
Platform: PC, PS4, and Xbox One

Marvel’s Spider-Man

For a large part of the PS4 users, there is no doubt, the game of the month is signed by Insomniac Games. The creators of ‘Ratchet & Clank’ and ‘Sunset Overdrive’ now release the final adaptation of the game with a Peter Parker who has been Spider-Man for 8 years and who already knows how to control his powers with ease. Under this premise, we can live an original story of the hero of Marvel and see in action mythical villains and others less known outside the comics

Release Date: September 7, 2018
Platform: PS4

Dakar 18

Lovers of video games and sporting events such as the Dakar do not have many opportunities to combine their two passions, which makes us appreciate the launch of a new title with official license of the competition and that will allow us to drive cars, motorcycles, trucks, and quads to live the full experience.

Release Date: September 11, 2018
Platform: PC, PS4, and Xbox One

NBA 2K19

The king of virtual basketball is going to fight for reign for another year with a moderate amount of news that will affect its two most susceptible modes of change, the story mode, and MyTeam, where players unlock and sign players to form the team of your dreams and compete with him in offline and online competitions.

Release Date: September 7, 2018
Platform: Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One

Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Lara is close to becoming the Tomb Raider that was always destined to be with the closing of this trilogy that a few years ago initiated the Crystal Dynamics studio. To give a worthy end to this new adventure of growth and discovery of one of the most beloved heroines of the environment will be handled by Eidos Montreal, responsible for works like the last ‘Deus Ex’.

Release Date: September 14, 2018
Platform: PC, PS4, and Xbox One

Life is Strange 2

Few studios have seen their popularity grow as radically as Dontnod Entertainment when the first installment of this adolescent drama fused with elements of science fiction hit in half the world for its emotional plots and its history as an American Institute. Now they prepare a sequel where they have played it undoubtedly when changing protagonists, setting, and location. The community will decide if they continue to maintain the touch for which they are now so dear.

Release Date: September 27, 2018
Platform: PC, PS4, and Xbox One


EA Sports launches to the ring one more year with one of the deliveries that less news promises beyond closing the story of Alex Hunter in the campaign mode, new licenses that will please the followers of LaLiga and other additions several as a Survival mode where two players play a game and lose a player each time they score a goal.

Release Date: September 28, 2018
Platform: Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One

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