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September is usually a brief moment of calm on the gaming calendar before all hell breaks loose in the busy Q4 season. This year? September is loaded with dozens of games, mixing a number of indie standouts with high-profile titles, remakes, and brand new IPs. Here’s a look at all of the games that Green Day will be missing out on while the band is in hibernation this month.
PS5 gamers get to revisit one of the best PlayStation exclusives of all time thanks to The Last of Us Part I, a remake that retains everything that players loved the first (and second) time around while significantly overhauling the graphics.
On the Nintendo Switch side of things, the next entry in the paint-splatting Nintendo franchise will surely grab the attention of many millions of Switch owners. Splatoon 3 features a full suite of modes, including competitive multiplayer, the cooperative Salmon Run mode, and a full-fledged single-player campaign.
It’s also a huge month for sports games, as not one but two of the biggest sports franchises land on consoles and PC. NBA 2K23 will take hoopers back to the court, while FIFA 23 is a return to the pitch. Hopefully both sims improve on last year’s iterations.
In addition to the big name titles, there are plenty of other exciting titles to look forward to in September. We imagine you’ll find something on this list that is right up your alley.