Top 5 New Games of October 2022

Every month, ExploreDay goes through all of the games coming out and tries to figure out which ones are most worth paying attention to. And that's this. Hi folks, it's Kartikety , and today, on ExploreDay, the top 5 new games you need to pay attention to in October 2022.

5.New Tales from the Borderlands

If you remember, "Tales from the Borderlands" was a Telltale Games series. This one is the same idea, probably gonna play pretty much the same, except for it's actually developed by Gearbox, the creators and developers of all of the "Borderlands" games, save for "Tales from the Borderlands." Interestingly enough, they hired a few people from the original game's development team because, as you know, although Telltale Games exists now, it exists in a different state in which a lot of the original employees are not there. So I think that it's fair to assume this is going to be a competent version of "Tales from the Borderlands." And obviously, all these games exist in the same universe, continuity, I think, so I don't think that it changes anything from "Tales from the Borderlands," but they consider it standalone so it doesn't depend on the story of the original "Tales from the Borderlands." It is gonna have five episodes, but all of them are gonna be released at one time, rather than over the course of several months, or even years, with some of these various Telltale-likes. It picks up about a year after "Borderlands 3," and I think that's everything you need to know. "New Tales from the Borderlands" is landing on the PC, the PlayStations, the Xboxes, and Switch October 21st. 

4.Bayonetta 3

If you know old Falcon from a while back, "Bayonetta" is, of course, a series I hold near and dear to my heart. Really, just a fantastic Platinum Games series that has never failed in my opinion. When they picked it back up to make a sequel for Nintendo Switch, I was a little confused as to the platform, but I didn't care. I was just happy to get more "Bayonetta" 'cause the first one is just hack and slash bliss. It's such a fantastic game. The second one is equally great. It ups the ante, and, apparently, that's the goal here as well. This particular entry into the series is about preventing the destruction of many worlds. There's a new enemy known as the Singularity, and there are various non-heavenly threats, manmade monsters, Homunculi. You've heard the word before, but they're using it here like it's novel, it's not. Tons of Japanese media has Homunculi it, "Fullmetal Alchemist," blah, blah, blah. If I'm gonna be completely honest, I couldn't care less what the story is, I know it's gonna be completely insane because it's "Bayonetta." Take me on the ride. "Bayonetta 3" is landing on Nintendo Switch October 28th. 


A game we have talked about free a very, very long time. It was first announced way back in 2014 as "Dasein." I wanna say we started following it here in 2017, and we've talked about it on and off since then. This is kind of a Tool album cover as "The Witness," is basically how I understand it now. It's a body horror kind of techno-organic structure that looks both gross and technological at the same time. There is also some plain-ass FPS shooting, but all of the biomechanical weapons look painful, not just to, you know, shoot people with, but just to exist. They look like pure pain. It's one of those games where I think "Agony" kind of messed up the perception of the genre for, where this looks pretty different than "Agony," actually. Honestly, from everything I've seen in recent years, it looks like they're going for a puzzle game, of course, with a healthy dose of survival horror. And I'm interested to see how this comes out, good or bad, to be clear. Just to be clear, this could turn out bad and still be an incredibly interesting game that's worth paying attention to. I don't think it's gonna be. I think it's probably gonna be good. I'm gonna be playing it when it lands on PC and the Xbox Series on October 21st. 

2.Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

which sounds weird to say, but it's the sequel to the 2019 reboot. And it is a direct sequel. It features a lot of the same characters and the story takes place three years after the 2019 reboot. Basically, it starts after a missile strike from the United States, killing a foreign general. And Task Force 141, the unit from the game, is basically trying to contain this situation, stop it from getting much, much more complicated and a bigger problem. This is also the first "Call of Duty" to be released on Steam in like a long time. I thought the reboot was quite good, and I am excited to see more of it. It's cool that they have decided to continue this series in a more realistic fashion, 'cause the original "Modern Warfare" series got pretty absurd, almost science fiction eventually. So we'll see exactly how this one plays out when it comes out on PC, the PlayStations, the Xboxes, and it will do so on October 28th. 

1.Gotham Knights

An action RPG which comes to us from WB Games Montreal, the developers of "Arkham Origins." It stars Nightwing, Batgirl, Robin, and the Red Hood, and it is set in an open world Gotham City in the aftermath of Batman's death. Now, I'm gonna go ahead and say this, I don't think Batman is dead. I think that that's probably what everybody thinks going into this, and I think you'll probably find him at some point. I don't know that he'll be playable at any point. If he is, maybe it'll be a DLC or a secret character. But I have a feeling, given the Gotham Knights investigate Batman's disappearance, they'll find him. The bad guys are the Court of Owls, which is a very old secret society. It's probably gonna be an interesting game. It's kind of a big swing, so if it connects probably gonna be a home run. "Gotham Knights" is landing on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series on October 21st. 

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