Call of Duty MW2 and Bayonetta 3 featured in this week’s releases | Action games

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 brings a reimagined version of Activision’s classic war game — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 – October 28 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, PC

The new version of the game reflects the events of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009) and is also a direct sequel to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019). The game once again features first-person action (plus an all-new third-person story option) as Task Force 141 attempts to stop a major terrorist threat on missions around the world.

Players will be able to revisit classic characters such as Captain Price, Gaz, Sopa, and Ghost, as well as meet new character Alejandro Vagas, a Mexican Special Forces, introduced in this version. In addition, the game will offer the acclaimed multiplayer mode that the series is known for, and integration with Battle Royale Call of Duty: Warzone.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 reimagines the 2009 classic with new graphics and updated gameplay — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) for R$329.90; For Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One for R$329, and for PC via Steam and digital stores for R$299.90. Users who pre-purchase the game will have early access to the campaign mode.

Bayonetta 3 – October 28 – St

The powerful sorceress Bayonetta is back, and this time she faces a new threat created by humans: the so-called “homunculi” that invade several worlds. During her adventure, Bayonetta will encounter other versions of herself, as well as a new playable character named Viola, who comes from another world to warn her of danger.

Platinum Games’ intense action gameplay also marks his return, with a new skill called “Demon Masquerade” that will allow the Umbra mage to transform his demons into a new combat transformation. If you want to check it out, Bayonetta 3 is available for Nintendo Switch for R$299.

In Bayonetta 3, the witch gains the new power of Demon Masquerade, which allows her to take on new forms of combat — Photo: Playback/Nintendo Game Store

Resident Evil Re:Verse – October 28 – PS4, XB, PC

The online multiplayer game Resident Evil Re:Verse is finally coming after several delays. Originally planned to be released with Resident Evil Village, the game features a series of battles between six classic characters from the franchise, with maps referencing previous games. The cast includes characters such as Leon, Claire and Jill; and villains like Nemesis and Jack Baker.

During gameplay, if the user dies, the user can choose to return to the game as a zombie or other creature to harass opponents. Resident Evil Re:Verse is available for PC for R$139.90 on Steam and will be free for users who already own Resident Evil Village.

Resident Evil Re:Verse multiplayer is coming after several delays, free for those who own Resident Evil Village — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

Sackboy: A Big Adventure – October 27 – PC

The action and platform game previously released on PlayStation 5 (PS5) and PlayStation 4 (PS4), now comes to PC with graphical enhancements. In Sackboy: A Great Adventure, users once again take on the role of the hero as he journeys through the world of art, threatened by a chaotic force called the Vex that has kidnapped Sackboy’s friends.

The gameplay features a platform game similar to Super Mario 3D World on Nintendo Switch, with co-op support for up to 4 people on the same level. The PC has resolution options up to 4K, frame rates up to 120 FPS, 21:9 ultra-wide display support and Nvidia DLSS technology for better performance. Sackboy: A Big Adventure is available for PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store digital stores for R$249.90.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure brings a multiplayer platformer with gameplay similar to Super Mario 3D World — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

Star Ocean: The Divine Force – October 27 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, PC

Square Enix’s classic RPG series has gotten a new chapter to celebrate the franchise’s 25th anniversary. In Star Ocean: The Divine Force, users follow Raymond, the captain of a downed spaceship, and Leeticia, a warrior princess from a planet known as Aster IV.

The characters’ paths will cross in a science fiction and fantasy story that puts undeveloped worlds in the middle of the intrigues of more advanced planets. The game, which has an open world, allows you to explore a combat system that combines action and RPG. Star Ocean: The Divine Force is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) for R$299.90; for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One for R$299, and for PC via the Steam digital store for R$249.

Star Ocean brings divine power to vast worlds to explore in a story that blends science fiction and fantasy — Photo: Reproduction / Steam

Signalis – October 27th – PS4, XB, SW, PC

In a dystopian future where humanity has colonized the solar system, players will wake up on a strange planet as the android Elster, a tech awakened from its cryogenic sleep. He must investigate his ship, which is being invaded by strange alien creatures, while trying to figure out what happened to his mission and how he ended up there.

Signalis is a classic survival horror game with gameplay similar to the first titles in the Resident Evil saga, and it’s available on Xbox Game Pass at no extra cost to subscribers.

Signalis is a horror game in the classic style of the first Resident Evil and will be on Xbox Game Pass at launch — photo: Reproduction/Steam

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