Entertainment Fall video games: 'Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare,' 'Battlefield 1,' more new titles By Scott Fontana email@example.com Updated August 30, 2016 5:35 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The video game world’s end-of-the-year push rapidly is approaching, with tons of new titles set for release in time for the holidays. Here’s a look at some of the biggest games slated to release the rest of the year. (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have been abbreviated below.) 'BioShock: The Collection' (Sept. 13) Photo Credit: 2K Games Playable on: PS4, XB1, PC The three last-gen "BioShock" games in one package, all receiving a visual makeover. The tense, solo first-person shooter (FPS) was among the best of the last 10 years. 'ReCore' (Sept. 13) Photo Credit: Microsoft Studios Playable on: XB1, PC This brand-new, action-platformer franchise comes from some of the minds behind the "Metroid Prime" and "Mega Man" series with a female protagonist. 'Paper Mario: Color Splash' (Oct. 7) Photo Credit: Nintendo Playable on: Nintendo Wii U One of the final games during this console's life cycle returns mascot Mario to his role-playing game (RPG) franchise, the first on home consoles since 2007. 'Mafia III' (Oct. 7) Photo Credit: 2K Games Playable on: PS4, XB1, PC, Mac The open world, organized crime franchise moves forward in time from its predecessor to the late 1960s and is set in a New Orleans doppelgänger. 'Gears of War 4' (Oct. 11) Photo Credit: Microsoft Studios Playable on: XB1, PC Microsoft's third-person shooter series celebrates its 10th anniversary by shifting the focus from protagonist Marcus Fenix to son J.D. as junior battles a new threat. 'Sid Meier’s Civilization VI' (Oct. 21) Photo Credit: 2K Games Playable on: PC, Mac, Linux The standard-bearer in turn-based, strategy gameplay returns for its silver anniversary. Several systems are overhauled from its predecessor, which was released in 2010. 'Battlefield 1' (Oct. 21) Photo Credit: Electronic Arts Playable on: PS4, XB1, PC The FPS franchise returns to its World War roots, this time going back to the Great War. Tanks, biplanes, zeppelins and even horses all are in the mix. 'The Last Guardian' (Oct. 25) Photo Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment Playable on: PS4 Fans of "Shadow of the Colossus" should keep an eye on this spiritual successor from director Fumito Ueda about a boy and his giant winged dog-beast. 'Titanfall 2' (Oct. 28) Photo Credit: Electronic Arts Playable on: PS4, XB1, PC The original multiplayer FPS skipped PS4, but this one hits both major consoles and introduces a solo campaign, an element missing from the series' debut. 'The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition' (Oct. 28) Photo Credit: Bethesda Softworks Playable on: PS4, XB1 "Skyrim" was all the rage when it hit in 2011, and this remastered version polishes the visuals, packages in all the DLC and adds mod support to the fantasy realm. 'Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare' (Nov. 4) Photo Credit: Activision Playable on: PS4, XB1, PC The latest entry in the uber-popular military FPS franchise known for its multiplayer component takes the battle to the next frontier with new zero-gravity space combat. 'Dishonored 2' (Nov. 11) Photo Credit: Bethesda Softworks Playable on: PS4, XB1, PC The sequel to one of 2012's finest doubles down on its first-person stealth gameplay with two playable characters, more supernatural powers and an expanded steampunk world. 'Watch Dogs 2' (Nov. 15) Photo Credit: Ubisoft Playable on: PS4, XB1, PC A follow-up to 2014's hacking-themed sandbox game shifts from Chicago to San Francisco. With the new setting and hero come additional gadgets for added combat and stealth capabilities. 'Pokemon Sun and Moon' (Nov. 18) Photo Credit: Nintendo Playable on: Nintendo 3DS "Pokemon Go" has been all the rage, but the beloved RPG franchise returns to 3DS with even more monsters to catch and a new, powerful Z-Move for use in battle. 'Final Fantasy XV' (Nov. 29) Photo Credit: Square Enix Playable on: PS4, XB1 The long-running RPG series returns to single-player gameplay for the first time since 2010. "FFXV" ditches turn-based combat in favor of more Western-style, open battles. 'South Park: The Fractured But Whole' (Dec. 6) Photo Credit: Ubisoft Playable on: PS4, XB1, PC The follow-up to 2014's "Stick of Truth" follows the foul-mouthed kids on another RPG adventure, this time with tactical battles and superhero shenanigans. 'Dead Rising 4' (Dec. 6) Photo Credit: Microsoft Studios Playable on: XB1, PC The open-world zombie basher returns to where it all began. Plus, a few of the first series entries will be rereleased for current-gen consoles Sept. 13. By Scott Fontana firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.