A guide to the best videogame releases this autumn

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The Evil Within

Featuring The Evil Withinm Fable Legends, Sunset Overdrive and Little Big Planet 3

Autumn is traditionally the hottest time for videogames. Henry Northmore guides you through the best of this season’s releases

The Evil Within

The last-ever game from Mikami Shinji (the creator of Resident Evil) looks like a fairly generic survival horror but expect a few twists.

Bethesda Softworks, out now.

Fable Legends

Sword and sorcery prequel based around a five-player system: four heroes, one villain.

Microsoft, 16 Oct.

Sunset Overdrive

Open-world shooter that never takes itself seriously, packed with OTT mutant monsters and ridiculous set-pieces. Looks like a blast.

Microsoft, 31 Oct.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

The latest release for the first-person shooter juggernaut takes the action into 2054.

Activision, 3 Nov.

The Crew

Next gen racing game is located in an open world of street racing and criminals.

Ubisoft, 11 Nov.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2015

Konami have rendered over 1000 real-life players for the latest instalment.

Konami, 13 Nov.

World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor

WoW expansion pack is set on the orcs' homeworld of Draenor.

Blizzard, 13 Nov.

Assassin's Creed: Unity

The seventh AC is set in Paris on the eve of the French Revolution. PS4 and Xbox One exclusive but in an unprecedented move
Assassin's Creed Rogue is released on PS3 and Xbox 360 the same day.

Ubisoft, 14 Nov.

Far Cry 4

More first-person action fighting for freedom in a Himalayas-set civil war.

Ubisoft, 18 Nov.

Little Big Planet 3

Once, platforming ruled gaming so it's nice to see Sony's inventive title back for a third time.

SCE, 21 Nov.

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