What will you be playing this weekend?

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Ladies and gentlemen, the weekend has begun. The still strangely warm climate makes us think that the mid-seasons may have finally decided to come back to life, but that doesn’t concern us much because here there is a colossal backlog to dispose of and a really full week of new releases, so what will you be playing this weekend of October 22, 2022?

Not an easy answer, because even just looking at the stuff released in the last few days, there’s something you won’t want to leave the house for a while. One of the most important titles is certainly A Plague Tale: RequiemAsobo’s new adventure which also shows us some nice glimpses of next gen and brings back the pairing Amicia and Hugo, the protagonist of one of the most fascinating experiences of recent years, to the screens.

The new chapter is certainly one of the main suspects to dominate the attention this weekend, but if you want to know it better, we refer you to our review of A Plague Tale: Requiem.

Those who are subscribed to the Game Pass, in addition to the aforementioned Asobo title, can also play Persona 5 Royalwhich in itself can probably keep busy for a few months on its own, on the other hand it is still one of the best Japanese-style RPGs in history, as was also reiterated in our review of this further edition of the Atlus title, now finally also on PC and Nintendo Switch.

But there is no peace for gamers in this late October: on the front of the exclusive Nintendo Switch we are also dealing with Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hopeanother stellar title in the lineup of a console that never seems to find a drop in pace, as also reported in our review, while another game to absolutely keep in mind is Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Compilation, which finally arrives even on PC and it does so proving to be still in great shape.

In case you have space left over, there would also be Gotham Knights, which carries on the Warner Bros. action series licensed from DC Comics, but we also remember Dragon Ball: The Breakers and New Tales of the Borderlands, to complete the picture of a truly full. You’ll be spoiled for choice when deciding what to play this weekend.

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