15. Call of Duty: WWII
So many fans of the series were elated when Activision announced that this year’s Call of Duty would be going back to its roots, and once again return to WWII. And early rumours indicate that this new game will feature new multiplayer modes (including a co-op mode) and also a D-Day mission in its single player campaign. And playing through another WWII Call of Duty game with cutting edge graphics and sound sure is a mouth-watering prospect, so here’s hoping developer Sledgehammer Games puts out a great Call of Duty instalment this fall, after the slight disappointment Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare turned out to be in 2016.
Release date: November 3.