Top New Game Releases On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC This Week — September 8-14, 2019

New Releases highlights some of the biggest games launching each week, but this bonus-length episode packs in a few extras. We’ve even got a dedicated sports section for

Why the name change for PES 2020? This year’s football game focuses on online multiplayer, with pro tournaments and the PES League. There’s also a new mode called Matchday, where two pre-selected teams face off each day. You can log in and win the match for your team of choice–almost like a Splatoon 2 Splatfest, but with a real sport.

More Coverage:

  • How Do PES 2020’s New Changes Impact This Year’s Game?
  • PES 2020: PS4 Pro Gameplay – Man United Vs. PES Legends

NHL 20 — September 13

Available on: PS4, Xbox One

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NHL 20 has its own range of new features too. First, Franchise Mode is mixing things up by letting you hire coaches, which come with new dialog and scouting options. Hockey Ultimate Team is back with new Squad Battles, which gives you a fresh lineup of opponents to take on each day.

More Coverage:

  • NHL 20 Now Available With EA Access 10-Hour Trial
  • NHL 20: All The Details On Franchise Mode

Borderlands 3 — September 13

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

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There are new characters to check out in Borderlands 3 as well. Amara the Siren, Moze the Gunner, Zane the Operative, and FL4K the Beastmaster are your Vault Hunters for his adventure. You won’t just be seeking Vaults on Pandora, though; for the first time, you can travel to other planets aboard the Sanctuary III. As usual, expect to find a ridiculous amount of guns as you battle the evil Calypso Twins.

More Coverage:

  • Borderlands 3 Pre-Order Guide: Diamond Loot Chest, Super Deluxe Edition, Bonuses
  • Borderlands 3 Launch Roundup – Release Date, Preload Details, Region Unlock Times, PC Specs, And More

Daemon x Machina — September 13

Available on: Switch

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Nintendo Switch gets an exclusive this week thanks to Daemon x Machina, which is all about mech combat. You can customize your mech, known as an Arsenal, with different handheld and shoulder-mounted weapons–and you’ll need all the firepower you can get to save the world after the moon is destroyed. Daemon x Machina offers local and online multiplayer too.

More Coverage:

  • Switch Exclusive Daemon X Machina Gets New Trailer Showing Off Improvements
  • Daemon X Machina – Airborne Combat Gameplay

We’re only a few weeks into September, and there are plenty more games to come. Next week, New Releases will take a look at AAA releases like The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening and anticipated indies like Untitled Goose Game.

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