With so many games scheduled to be released in any given month, it can be a genuine challenge to keep track of it all. Just for the upcoming week, the PlayStation 4 is set to receive 14 additions to its consistently growing catalog of titles. While there are some huge names included, ones that every customer knows about, there are a few titles which could easily end up ignored.

For this article, we are going to point out three games worth noticing coming out for the PlayStation 4 on October 10.

'The Evil Within 2'

The sequel to the 2014 horror adventure game will be available to buy next week.

"The Evil Within 2" is developed by Tango Gameworks' and promises to offer a bigger experience in comparison with the original. Instead of another linear shooter, the sequel prioritizes exploration, with levels designed to be open-ended and littered with secrets.

Detective Sebastian Castellanos is back, as he is forced to travel to the city of Union in an attempt to rescue his daughter. Fans who enjoyed the detective's sarcastic persona are likely to welcome his return, as it offers more of the same. "The Evil Within 2" incorporates two different control schemes, including the tank controls from the first game. Those who prefer their protagonist to actually be mobile can choice the alternative controls, which are considerably more fluid and free-flowing.

'Middle-earth: Shadow of War'

Finally, "Middle-earth: Shadow of war" is actually going to be released. Warner Bros. has received a fair share of criticism for their marketing practices in the lead up to "Shadow of Mordor's" highly anticipated sequel, to the point that it has overshadowed the game itself.

Leaving that aside, this is still one of the most exciting games to be released in October.

"Middle-earth: Shadow of War" takes what was great about the original - mainly the nemesis system - and expands it further. There are more orcs to fight, cooler powers to unlock, and loot boxes. The first two points make this sequel worth considering.

'Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online'

The "Neptunia" series might not have the best reputation, despite being a pretty decent JRPG franchise, but it definitely has an established fan base.

"Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online" is a spin-off which replaces the typical turn-based combat for an MMO inspired hack-and-slash experience.

Despite the title including the word online, this is not really a multiplayer game, as a good chunk of the content is designed for offline play. The combat and story is a parody of the MMOs genre, with the four lead characters serving as beta testers for an upcoming release.