In December you can look forward to some particularly top-class game releases. In our video you can find out more about which titles await you shortly before Christmas.

These games are coming in December 2020

After there was a short-term postponement last month, the release of the action RPG Cyberpunk 2020 on December 10th finally seems to be certain. Strategy and gangster fans, on the other hand, can look forward to the launch of Empire of Sin on December 1st. If you finally want to go to war with the Worms again, then also keep December 1st free. Because on this day Worms Rumble appears. And if the action RPG Assassin's Creed Valhalla didn't appeal to you, then Ubisoft's Immortals: Fenyx Rising, which goes on sale on December 3rd, might convince you.

The Pyscho adventure Twin Mirror could be interesting on December 1st for everyone who likes exciting stories and with MXGP 2020 racing game fans can expect hot motocross action on December 16th. In addition, you can look forward to some interesting ports such as Dragon Quest XI S: Definitive Edition, Chronos: Before the Ashes, FIFA 21, Commandos 2 – HD Remaster or John Wick Hex. Just check out our video for the December releases. It introduces you to even more games. So you can decide which of the titles you want to put under the Christmas tree or write on your wish list.

So the year 2020 ends with some exciting games. We'll tell you what to expect in January 2021 at the end of next month. Again with a video that brings you closer to the highlights of the releases.

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