More than a dozen of video games are coming out this month across all platforms. From the titles published by AAA companies to smartphone stunners, you get a couple of options for you to enjoy.

Early in the month, Activision brought to us Call of Duty: WWII on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, while Cartoon Network Games gave us Steven Universe: Save the Light with a wobbly impression. But no matter what, there are still a lot coming up. IBTimes Singapore brings you a list of the top video games releasing in November:

Star Wars: Battlefront II

With all the last-minute changes EA DICE had done for loot boxes in Star Wars: Battlefront II, the action shooter video game seems to be another hit in the franchise whose content is highly inspired by The Force Awaken and The Last Jedi movies. As in preceding instalments, the game is expected to stun gamers with its gorgeous graphics across all platforms.0

Star Wars: Battlefront II is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC starting November 17.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Deemed to be the biggest mobile video game Nintendo has released in its history, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is expected to draw in more fans as it becomes available worldwide. This free-to-play social simulation Nintendo masterpiece brings players into a beautifully-made game of community interaction, household decorating, trading and so much more.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp already hit Android and iOS devices in Australia on October 25. Global release is expected to happen anytime in November.

Sonic Forces

Sonic the Hedgehog could be one of the greatest video game franchises as it surpasses almost all living ages. The latest instalment, Sonic Forces, is not just about the classic hit-and-run with those runs all over the place. Game developer and publisher Sega makes it a point to move with Doddle Jump knock-offs and other eerie stuff.

Sonic Forces is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch and PC beginning November 7.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2

Imagine some characters from the comic book mythologies of Hulk and Thor thrown into the recent Thor: Ragnarok film. What you get close enough is Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 in Lego form, of course. This sequel is co-written by comics veteran and former Avengers writer Kurt Busiek, which means you get a pretty stunning narrative right off the bat.

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC starting November 14.

What game are you looking forward to this month of November?