New Releases highlights some of the hottest video games launching each week, and this episode as a double-dose of trilogies: Torchlight 3 and Cook Serve Delicious 3 both launch soon. You can also drive a mini RC car in Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit or pilot a hover car in Cloudpunk. Finally, hockey fans can get their fix with NHL 21.
Torchlight 3 — October 13
Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC
Once called Torchlight Frontiers, Torchlight 3 is leaving early access for its full release. You can choose from four different classes and explore randomly generated dungeons, where you’ll battle bad guys and collect all sorts of loot. Look for a Switch version later this year, too.
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Cook! Serve! Delicious! 3?! — October 14
Available on: Xbox One, PC, Switch
The third game in the cooking series sees you driving all around the US as you serve hungry customers from your food truck. It’s a war-torn version of the country during the year 2042, however, so expect some tough moments in between food orders. You can cook up all sorts of food and drink with a friend in co-op as well.
Cloudpunk — October 15
Available on: PS4, Xbox One, Switch
Cloudpunk is already out on PC–check out our full review here–but this week it’s getting its console launch. The delivery game sees you exploring the futuristic city of Nivalis both on foot and behind the wheel of your hover car. The deeper you look, the more characters you’ll meet, and the more stories you’ll uncover.
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NHL 21 — October 16
Available on: PS4, Xbox One
This year’s game is making big changes to career mode, with a custom pro you can guide through the American, Canadian, or European league. The multiplayer component, World of Chel, is getting a new progression system, letting you rank up separately for each of its four modes. World of Chel will operate seasonally, so you’ll rank up from square one with each new series.
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Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit — October 16
Available on: Switch
This ain’t your typical Mario Kart game: it turns your living room into a race track. By placing down a series of gates, you’ll create custom courses for the mini karts to race through. Expect the usual dose of blue shells and banana peels as you go.
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