Every big game releasing on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch in September 2020
We know we say this every month, but September really is a month stacked with blockbuster games and Triple-A experiences. It’s the point in the year where publishers like Activison, Square Enix and more officially kick into high gear, which can make it difficult to choose what new games to spend your hard-earned money on this month. Luckily, our monthly round-up is back to help ease the pressure.
Below you’ll find a list of every big game releasing on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch in September 2020. Whether you’re into team-up superhero adventures or craving a robust sporting fix, we’re confident there’ll be something here to whet your appetite. We’ll even provide the lowest current price for each game featured, helping you save money on your pre-order.
Marvel’s The Avengers (September 1st)
Arguably the biggest release of September is Marvel’s The Avengers, an online-centric take on Earth’s Mightiest Heroes primed to let teams of four wreck shop against villains while playing as some of the most recognisable comic book heroes. It’s available on September 1st for those who pre-order the Deluxe Edition and three days later if you pick up the standard. Either way, Marvel fans are sure to have fun upgrading characters like Iron Man, Captain America and Hulk as part of an original storyline specifically written for this game.
WRC 9 (September 3rd)
WRC: World Rally Championship returns for its ninth incarnation on September 3rd, coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Xbox One to deliver a new degree of high-octane racing. WRC 9 boasts several iconic rallies in places like New Zealand, Kenya and Japan, letting you drive through the 2020 WRC calendar in great whether you’re driving a Hyundai Motorsport, M-Sport Ford or Toyota vehicle. More than 50 real-life drivers are featured to help add a layer of authenticity, letting you put pedal to the medal in the most realistic rally simulator out there.
NBA 2K21 (September 4th)
Having celebrated the franchise’s 20th anniversary last year, NBA 2K21 builds upon this success by integrating improved ball physics and an updated roster of basketball teams. Fans of the series can rest easy knowing that they’ll be able to import their MyTEAM progress from NBA 2K20 into this year’s entry, continuing your success and legacy even over to next-gen eventually if you choose. There are multiple editions of NBA 2K21 to purchase, so it’s never been easier to play and shoot hops your way.