Prepare your wallets, as a few huge games are coming out for Sony's PlayStation 4 next week. Nowadays, the gaming market is overflowing with new releases, to the point that someone could easily miss a handful of titles they might have enjoyed.

Just focusing on the PlayStation 4, over ten games are launching next week alone. While some will only be available digitally, there is a solid mix of genres to satisfy most types of gamers.

Let us take a quick look at the three biggest titles coming out next week.

'Assassin's Creed Origins'

Easily the biggest game released next week, "Assassin's Creed Origins" sees a return to the time-traveling action-adventure franchise.

While "Syndicate" was a great game, the series was suffering from fatigue and overexposure. After the buggy state of "Unity" at launch, the community was not prepared to drop the cash for the sequel, which sold considerably less.

"Origins" is looking like a substantial improvement, with Ubisoft changing the combat to one that is more action-oriented. The previous titles were not necessarily bad, just unengaging due to a lack of challenge and variety. Ancient Egypt is a fascinating environment and one of the better choices for the series.

"Assassin's Creed Origins" will be available to purchase from October 27.

'Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus'

"Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus" is the highly anticipated follow-up to 2014's "The New Order." The FPS centers around B.J.

Blazkowicz and his fight against the evil Nazi forces who took over the world. Despite being subjected to same rather silly controversy, MachineGames' upcoming shooter is one worth noting.

For those unsure of whether this is for them, we recommend picking up either "The New Order" or "The Old Blood," which are both available for peanuts.

"The New Colossus" is set to go on sale from October 27.

'Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon'

A sequel to the hack-and-slash "Night of Azure" developed by Gust, "Bride of the New Moon" is not exactly more of the same. While the first game allowed monsters to accompany the player into battle, the sequel focuses on two human characters.

It still scratches the same itch, but hopefully, offers a more dynamic experience.

The first "Nights of Azure" was far from a bad game, incorporating an interesting story and unique characters, but the combat got repetitive quickly. If Gust manages to improve on that element for their upcoming action-RPG, then the sequel could be something special.

"Bride of the New Moon" launches on October 24.