The last episode of New Releases for September has a lot of variety. Sequels like Life Is Strange 2 and Valkyria Chronicles 4 are here to take series fans on new adventures, and sports junkies can get their fix with FIFA 19. Meanwhile, Nintendo lovers can get their hands on the new mobile RPG Dragalia Lost and the Nintendo Switch port of Moonlighter.
Valkyria Chronicles 4 -- September 25
Available on: PS4, Xbox One, Switch
The latest entry in the strategy-action series stars a new squad of soldiers fighting in the Second European War. New to this game are the Grenadier class, which can fire mortar rounds, and the Brave system, which can help save a downed soldier by giving them one last chance to move and attack.
- Valkyria Chronicles 4 Review - Soar High
Moonlighter -- September 25
Available on: Switch
It's already out on a few platforms, but now Moonlighter is opening shop on Nintendo Switch. As a shopkeeper, you can set your own prices, invest back in the community, and earn yourself nice gear. You'll need good weapons and armor too, since you'll acquire your wares by venturing through randomly generated dungeons to find loot.
Dragalia Lost -- September 27
Available on: iOS, Android
Nintendo fans can also jump into the company's first original mobile game, the free-to-play RPG Dragalia Lost, this week. It looks to be a great jumping-on point for those who've never played an RPG before, featuring melee attacks and spells at varying power levels. Also you can transform into a dragon.
Life Is Strange 2 - Episode 1 -- September 27
Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC
Life Is Strange 2 stars brothers Sean and Daniel Diaz, on the run after witnessing what seems to be the supernatural death of a cop. On their journey home to Puerto Lobos, Mexico, you'll have to make choices that greatly affect the outcome of the game. Previous actions from prequel The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit will have consequences here too.
- Life Is Strange 2 Gamescom Trailer Teases A Dangerous Life On The Road For Two Brothers
FIFA 19 -- September 28
Available on: PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, Switch
This year's FIFA outing brings three big gameplay changes to the field: new controls for better contact on shots, a 50/50 system for determining battles over the ball, and the ability to switch up strategies mid-game. It's also the first in series history to feature the Europa League.
- FIFA 19 New Features Detailed: FUT, New Kick Off, And More
That's gonna wrap up New Releases for the month, but October has a ton of games in store too--Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and Mega Man 11, just to name a few. We'll start digging into those next time.