Top 25 Upcoming Games of September 2019 (PC PS4 Switch XB1) | whatoplay

Top 25 Upcoming Games of September 2019 (PC PS4 Switch XB1) | whatoplay


1. Phoenix Point on PC and Xbox One
XCOM was a classic in strategy games. Phoenix Point was created by the same people who developed
the critically acclaimed sci-fi title. Participate in a global war against an extraterrestrial
threat. With its deep and strategic gameplay, it takes more than reflexes to quell this
alien swarm. Plan your attacks, construct bases, research
fancy tech, discover secret locations and survive from the mutating virus that plagues
the universe. It’s coming this 3rd of September on the PC and Xbox One. 2. Conan Chop Chop on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation
4, and Nintendo Switch All brawns, no brain. What started as a silly
April’s Fool joke turns out to be true. Mighty Kingdom’s top-down, roguelike adventure
is inspired by the Conan the Barbarian saga. Team up with your friends in this 4 player
action-adventure set in barbaric times. Slay bosses, gather some expensive loot or maybe
mess around in its brutal world. Of course you can’t be just Conan. Pick
from a diverse cast of heroes and gods depending on your mood. With a high replay value, this
little game is great for some mindless smacking. Coming this September 3 on the PC, X1, PS4
and Switch. 3. Catherine: Full Body
Atlus’ bizarre game gets a brand new makeover. This puzzle-platformer slash social simulator
is a far cry from its 2011 version on the PS3 and Xbox 360. Full Body is an enhanced version of the Catherine
experience. In this game, instead of choosing between 2 girls, ATLUS added another waifu-tier
level character to mess you up. Escape hell, make difficult choices about marriage and
relationships and survive the nightmarish horrors of man’s greatest fears. Gameplay remains unchanged but with added
features, modes, cutscenes, and storyline. Choose the perfect Catherine as the game comes
out this September 3 on the PlayStation 4. 4. Warsaw
Lead your team of dedicated civilians and soldiers and take back what’s yours in this
World War 2 turn-based tactical RPG from Pixelated Milk. 1944 was a tough year for Warsaw. Use
everything at your disposal to fend off the tyrannous grasp of the German forces. Flank your enemies, detonate obstacles or
mix various skills to gain an advantage for every situation. Alongside its beautiful hand-drawn
art style, its deep combat and fascinating story makes every little second matter. It comes out this 4th of September. 5. River City Girls on the Switch, PS4, and
Xbox One Control two cute high-schoolers and lead them
in a hallway battle to save their kidnapped boyfriends. From Arc System Works and WayForward,
this gender-swapped take on Japan’s classic series known as Kunio-Kun is looking stylish
as hell. Make your way through 6 unique regions and
fight through massive hordes of enemies in cool brawler fashion. Unlock weapons, items,
and abilities to power up these beautiful heroines. For fans of River City Games, expect
major cameos from its classic cast of characters. It’s set to release this 5th of September. 6. Monster Hunter: World – Iceborne on Xbox
One and PS4 The biggest expansion to ever come out in
Monster Hunter history is just a few days away. Iceborne unleashes a batch of new and
old monsters and introduces its new frozen wasteland to explore. The Hoarfrost Reach is a whole new location
worthy of MH standards. Slay new and legendary monsters, craft the best gear, dip into the
hot springs or survive in its challenging upscaled difficulty. Just like any other DLC, you need the original
Monster Hunter World game to play it. Ready those whetstones and train those Palicoes
as the game comes out this 5th of September on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. 7. NBA 2K20 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch
The annual NBA title from 2K and Visual Concepts redefines the genre once again. Anthony Davis
is this year’s cover and his iconic monobrow is gearing up for greatness. In this game, expect better graphics, a new
MyCareer mode, smoother mechanics and an insane amount of microtransactions. It’s coming
this September 6, 2019, on the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch. 8. Greedfall on PC, PS4, and Xbox One
This fantastic new title from Spiders feels like a love child between Bloodborne and The
Witcher III: Wild Hunt. Set in a fictional 17th Century Europe, everything is polluted,
overpopulated and its resources are running dry. Find the cure and embark on a grand RPG
that lets you forge your own destiny. Staying true to its RPG tag, embrace the freedom
of character evolution as you make difficult choices in its ever-evolving world. Considering
this is Spiders’ first ambitious title, it’s looking promising. It comes out this 6th of September on the
PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. 9. Gears 5 on PC and Xbox One
Microsoft’s ambitious third-person shooter is still coming and it’s putting the Gears
of War franchise to new heights. Developed by The Coalition, Gears 5 is a fresh
take on the series, especially with its new character, Kait Diaz, in its most-anticipated
story mode. Unlike the previous games, this version is huge since they’re giving away
five different modes which include a three-player co-op mode for you and your friends. Fans of the series will definitely appreciate
this upcoming entry. It comes out this September 10 as a Microsoft Exclusive. 10. eFootball PES 2020 on PC and Xbox One
At least Konami is busy doing something that’s not all about Pachinko. Its renowned Pro Evolution
Soccer games are still alive and KICKING. However, most of these annual Sports titles
are the same thing but with a little bit of upgrade. Graphics remain impressive, the gameplay
is a step higher and its microtransactions are still all over the place. Tread carefully. As of writing, its demo is currently playable
so you can get used to its improved controls and also get a taste of what’s to come.
It’s coming this September 10 on the PC and Xbox One. 11. The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive
Series on PC, PS4, and Xbox One One of the most heartbreaking and emotional
stories in videogame history is getting its own collection. After Telltale’s unfortunate
demise, Skybound swoops in to save the day and giving the fans the fantastic finale of
Clementine. From her salad days to her strongest, this definitive edition contains all 4 of
Telltale’s The Walking Dead seasons with improved UI, performance and some bonus features. For those who are missing Clem’s story or
you just want to experience this game again, this collection is made for you. Coming this
10th of September on the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. 12. Borderlands 3 on Xbox One, PS4, and PC
Developed by Gearbox Software, Borderlands 3 is a gift that keeps on giving. As new vault
hunters, prepare for the biggest planetary heist of your lives. Choose from its 4 unique
fighters and gather your buddies as you embark on an adventure bigger than its previous titles. Despite its hype, most of its criticism comes
from its Epic Exclusivity. This game is coming out on September 13 on the Xbox One, PlayStation
4, and PC. 13. Daemon X Machina
Marvelous’ Daemon X Machina doesn’t just appeal to an underserved market, it does it with
flair, adding a ton of exciting features to the mix. Customization is what first comes
to mind. But this also helps in making battles more dynamic as you get to swap out your mech’s
weaponry with the fallen pieces of your enemies. It’s an ambitious title for the mech genre
and its coming to the Switch this Sep 13th. 14. NHL 20 on PS4 and Xbox One
While the NHL series doesn’t always see much changes, EA Sports’ NHL 20 is poised
to have a few cool tweaks. Not a lot of people might appreciate the new scoreboard UI but
according to folks from the beta, the gameplay has some vast improvements on authenticity
and puck control. Also, CHEL has a battle royale mode now. And
that might raise a few eyebrows, but it does seem good enough to check out. It’s coming
out on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 13th. 15. AI: The Somnium Files on PC, PlayStation
4, and Nintendo Switch Spike Chunsoft’s latest adventure is rife
with all their trademark little narrative complications. As the detective Date, you
look into a series of killings by real-world snooping, by diving into victim’s memories
and solving puzzles along with your waifu-worthy assistant Aiba. As dark as it is, AI, a pun on the Japanese
word for love, is reported to work around love and the different ways of expressing
it. It’s an intriguing title already and its coming PCs, PS4s, and Switches on September
17th. 16. NASCAR Heat 4 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One
The heat is on for the NASCAR series now that their upcoming fourth installment developed
by Monster Games is nearing release. We’ve talked about the game’s low expectations before,
and that sentiment still rings true for fans disappointed by the lack of improvements on
the physics. All things aside, there’s still the expected
enhancements on the graphics side of things, as well in their AI and career modes. Nascar
4 is set to release on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on September 14th. 17. Police Stories on PC, PlayStation 4, Switch,
and Xbox One If you enjoyed Devolver Digital’s Hotline
Miami, you might like this indie top down shooter from Morgan Games that explores the
other side of the coin. It does leave some of the breakneck speeds
of their massacres though. There’s still a lot of shootouts and thinking on your feet,
but Police Stories lets you do a whole lot more thinking as you earn points for defusing
bombs and rescuing civilians. Play alone or with a friend when it comes
out on PC and consoles this September 19th. 18. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening
Nintendo presents us with a little present, perhaps to last us till that Breath of the
Wild sequel. Link’s Awakening isn’t exactly new. It’s a ground-up remake of the Gameboy
title 25 years ago. But, with such refined visuals, it might as well be new, taking on
the almost toy-to-life quality that would make even those played it before want to take
a second dip. It’s just the kind of quality we expect from
Nintendo and it is coming exclusively to the Switch this September 20. 19. Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
Yes, the remastered edition is coming to the PC and PS4 on the same day, but for the Nintendo
Switch, it’s enough to recreate the classic Level 5 tale in the portable format. Ni No Kuni II may have been a promising return
to their magical kingdom, this rerelease will let new fans experience the unbeatable charm
of the original game. Praised for the spectacle of its visuals, soundtrack, characters, and
combat, Wrath of the White Witch will hopefully preserve all of that in this Switch port due
out on Sep 20th. 20. Monstrum on PS4 and Xbox One
The thing with horror games is you get the hang of them eventually. Team Junkfish’s Monstrum,
however, never even gives you the chance. Putting roguelike into the mix, its procedurally
generated levels will ensure that you’ll never what lies behind the next corner. The fear
and anticipation never stops and that’s the kind of thing horror fans will live for. It has been well received on the PC, but you
can look forward to it on the PS4 this September 24th. 21. The Surge 2 on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation
4 We’re getting another taste of the future
in this sequel to Deck13’s action RPG. From their E3 trailer, it was clear that there’ll
be a whole arsenal of weapons to try out in our futures a month from now. Upgrades and customizations have been a huge
part of the first game, but there are even more choices in Surge 2. Combat is gonna be
even more satisfying with more variety in fighting styles and weapon types. It’s set to release on the PC, PS4, and Xbox
One this September 24th. 22. Contra: Rogue Corps on PC, PS4, Xbox One,
and Switch Konami might be still basking in their 50th-anniversary
glow, but there are some things you can’t forgive. This game, whatever it is, definitely
has none of the classic 2D Contra we know. No more of the sidescrolling straightforward
military man. Now there’s mutants, cyborgs, and alien-looking creatures. It’s a new
3D world. It doesn’t feel like Contra anymore but
as a 3D action shooter, it might bring some original fun for your PC, consoles, and switches
this September 24th. 23. Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX
on PC, PS4, and Switch The first in what will be a series of spinoffs
for Azure Striker, Inti Creates’ Luminous Avenger Ix follows the adventure of the series
anti-hero Copen. Together with the AI helper, Lola, you’ll be set forth upon a world where
you must save the powerless Minos from execution. Pre-ordering the game will even get you an
exclusive outfit for your Lolas. Coming to the PC, PS4, and the Switch on September 26th. 24. Code Vein on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox
One A game about empowered humans using their
enemies’ blood to unlock their hidden potential, Code Vein’s story is almost as dark as Dark
Souls. From what we’ve seen so far, Code Vein has just that intersection between japanese
and western sensibilities that might make it a good pick up for fans of either side. It’s set to release on the PC, PS4, and Xbox
One on September 27th. 25. FIFA 20 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox
One As expected, we’re getting a new FIFA game
this year and that’s hardly news anymore. With FIFA 20, they’re breaking new ground
with the all new VOLTA football. It’s something that’s potentially fresh as it lets you build
and customize your own character and play the streets in locations around the world. It’s not exactly the changes we we’re looking
for, but it’s coming soon on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One, this September 27th.

76 thoughts on “Top 25 Upcoming Games of September 2019 (PC PS4 Switch XB1) | whatoplay”

  1. Heads up!

    There's an editing glitch for Police Stories:
    It's an Action Shootemup Singleplayer Coop game priced at $ 14.99

    NHL20 is available on PS4 and Xbox One, but not the PC.

    eFootball PES 2020 's PS4 version is coming out on December 31, 2019, not on September.

  2. PLEASE KILL ME! I WISH TO DIE!

    Is it me or the guy that runs this channel doesn’t know it’s August and he’s soooo bad explaining the games? Or just me?

  3. Hey guys, Destiny 2: Shadowkeep got moved to October 1 instead of September 17.
    Pheonix Point also got delayed to December.

  4. I wouldn't buy any game by Firaxis. There games are buggy as hell and they don't support them with patches whe they launch. I have played both xc games and got to a point where they were buggy and unplayable, also with frame rates that would drop ridiculously on ps4. No support was given to fix any of it.

  5. This is going to be a huge huge month for quality games… like as a 47 year old married guy I will be buying games released that month for a full year 🙂 as there is about 5 to 8 drops that are must buy must play's for me as a PS4 gamer. Thanks for the list @whattoplay gang.

  6. I wish you guys have a What to play channel for the original Xbox and ps2 and Gamecube I like playing all this new games but I would like to go back and play stuff that I miss when I was a kid 🤷‍♂️🤪 just a thought lol

  7. Damn i totally forgot Greedfall was next month lol too many good games Borderlands, surge 2, Code Vein, MH world expansions i don't know which one's to get.

  8. River city girls knows how to do gender swap and strong female protagonists right. Or at least a lot better then what marvel's doing right now.

  9. I think you should stop covering annual games, like nbak, i mean its fans are already established and its advertisement wide without you helping it, you should give slot to other games, i mean when i watch these types of videos i want to see something i haven’t seen before.

  10. I litterally watched this to see where borderlands 3 would make it and watching your description doesn’t really explain the game as well as it’s gonna be 😂

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