There are only a few episodes of New Releases left in 2018, but there are still plenty of games to talk about. This week is home to the big, explosive Battlefield V and the calm, quiet Farming Simulator 19. Meanwhile, both Wreckfest and Bendy and the Ink Machine are getting console ports, while Warframe arrives on Nintendo Switch.Battlefield V -- November 20Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PCBattlefield V is firmly planted in World War II, with a focus on realism. This time around, you can create a whole squad of custom soldiers with the new Company feature, then take them into progressive multiplayer modes like Operations. Developer DICE has lots of free post-launch content planned too, including its take on the massively popular battle royale mode, dubbed Firestorm.Further Reading:Battlefield 5 Review In Progress - On The Front LinesBattlefield 5 Free Post-Launch DLC Roadmap OutlinedFarming Simulator 19 -- November 20Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PCThe long-running series is back, and it's looking better than ever thanks to a totally overhauled graphics engine. This is also the first time the series has featured John Deere vehicles and tools. You can raise crops, tend livestock, and explore the world with up to 16 players online.Further Reading:Amid Serious Australian Drought, Farming Sim Dev Steps Up With A Big DonationBehold, The First Farming Simulator 19 ScreenshotWreckfest -- November 20Available on: PS4, Xbox OneWreckfest gives you two paths to victory: cross the finish line first or destroy every other car in the race. But you can't just collide with your opponents recklessly: Wreckfest features realistic physics in its crashes, so you'll have to choose between slamming into others or slamming on the brakes.Further Reading:Wreckfest Review: Crashing The PartyDemolition Car Game Wreckfest Coming to PS4/Xbox One, as Dev Reveals New Physics-Based RacerBendy and the Ink Machine -- November 20Available on: PS4, Xbox One, SwitchBendy and the Ink Machine released episodically on PC, but now the full story is making its console debut. That story involves exploring an abandoned cartoon studio, where the creepy ink drawings have come to life. This survival horror game has a lot of secrets to uncover as you explore the hallways and studios.Warframe -- November 20Available on: SwitchWarframe is an incredibly popular co-op shooter full of multiplayer missions and PvP, and it's landing on Nintendo's hybrid console this week. Panic Button, the team that also ported Rocket League and Doom to the Switch, is bringing it over with a bunch of performance improvements.Further Reading:There's No Other Game Like Warframe On Nintendo SwitchWarframe's Nintendo Switch Release Date AnnouncedBelieve it or not, there are still more games to come in November. In the next episode of New Releases, we'll tackle the post-apocalypse with Darksiders III and take a look at Valve's new digital card game Artifact.