"Call of Duty: WWII" was just released, earning largely positive reviews, so a certain subsection of gamers is probably done spending for the year. For those PlayStation 4 owners who continue to search for something new and exciting to play, let us take a look at what the second week of November has to offer.

Actually, there is a rather eclectic array of PS4 titles launching over the upcoming seven days, with a huge variety of genres receiving new additions. Here are three potentially awesome games worth noting.

'Need For Speed' is back with 'Payback'

EA's "Need for Speed" franchise has struggled to keep up the pace since peaking during the PS2 era. "Underground" was a fantastic racing game, with subsequent titles often falling short in terms of enjoyability. "Need for Speed Payback" is the follow-up to 2015's reboot and promises a return to the series' heyday.

While "Need for Speed" has always offered an arcade experience, most of the recent releases took themselves way too seriously, something which "Payback" fixes. The primary focus is on customization and giving players an opportunity to go as fast as possible. Forget those terrible live-action scenes from the reboot, as Ghost Games' has learned a thing or two from their first high-speed outing with the franchise.

"Need for Speed Payback" will be available on the PS4 from November 10.

'Sonic Forces' sprints onto the PlayStation 4

If there is one thing fans can take to the bank, it would be "Sonic's" inconsistency. No matter how great a trailer might seem, there is no way to know whether a new release will be worth anyone's time. While the series has a few decent 3D games, when "Sonic" fails, it fails spectacularly.

"Sonic Forces" comes from the same team who worked on "Sonic Colors" and "Generations," two of the best recent entries into the series. The new title mixes 2D and 3D gameplay, with a PS4 launch slated for November 10.

'Nioh: Complete Edition'

Nowadays, it is almost worth waiting a few months before picking up an RPG, as a "Complete Edition" is usually released.

"Nioh" is developed by Team Ninja and published by Koei Tecmo, and the original version earned fantastic reviews. Sitting at an impressive 88 on Metacritic, this hack-and-slash adventure is one of 2017's best titles.

The "Complete Edition" adds any released DLC - which included story missions - so this is the version to buy. Considering the launch version is barely ever discounted, might as well buy "Nioh: Complete Edition."