#PlayStation 4 owners certainly do not lack for games to choose from. October might be almost over, but there are still a few huge names to be released before the end of the month. While most players explore [VIDEO] Ancient Egypt in "Assassin's Creed Origins" or fight tyranny [VIDEO] in "Wolfenstein II," some might be wondering what November holds in store.

Regarding standout titles, November is nowhere near as noteworthy as the month of Halloween. The biggest event associated with gaming will undoubtedly be Black Friday, and nothing on Sony's schedule matches Nintendo's "Super Mario Odyssey."

That does not mean the next few weeks are a barren wasteland for non-Switch players.

Let us take a quick look at three exciting games set to launch on the PlayStation 4 in November.

'Call of Duty: WWII'

Set to be released on November 3, "#Call Of Duty: WWII" is probably the only game that matters to a handful of gamers. The franchise might not be at the peak of its powers, but the return to a classic setting has people talking about Activision's FPS once-again.

The campaign will not include health regeneration, the first since the original "Call of Duty." This feels like Activision desperately telling its fanbase that they are sorry about the recent departure from the franchise's roots and "WWII" is a return to basics.

Obviously, multiplayer is the main focus of any modern FPS, and the beta held promise that this would be a solid addition to the series.

'Sonic Forces'

"#Sonic Generations" was one of the better recent 3D games starring Sega's blue mascot, with "Sonic Forces" promising to be more of the same.

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While the former mostly served as a nostalgic trip down memory lane, with the levels being lifted from former titles, this one is an entirely new experience. Game-play is divided into three sections - Modern, Classic, and Avatar - with boss fights sprinkled throughout.

Any game starring the blue hedgehog is going to be unpredictable. "Sonic Forces" launches on November 7, for a reduced price of $39.99.

'.hack//G.U. Last Recode'

With a release date of November 3, JRPG fans do not have to wait long to get their hands on the remaster of ".hack//G.U." Developed by CyberConnect2 and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, this combines elements from the PlayStation 2 trilogy and even includes a brand new volume.

Considering just how much content is included in this package, the price of $49.99 seems more than reasonable. Each game offers dozens of hours of game-play, resulting in a massive trilogy and story.