From Starfield to EA Sports FC – all the important gaming release dates in September 2023 | The Sun

IT’S that time already. The summer slump is almost over and we are approaching the holiday season.

This means that there are dozens of big gaming releases to watch out for, so you’ll need to start preparing your wallet.

September brings a game for everyone, whether you like romancing elves or scoring goals.

Here’s the release dates for all the biggest games coming out in September 2023.


Possibly the biggest release of the entire year, Bethesda’s next big open world will soon be out for everyone to enjoy.

The first new open world for Bethesda since Skyrim, people have been hyped to explore the wide expanse of space.

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Not only is Starfield launching soon, but it will also release on Xbox Game Pass, meaning subscribers can play for free.

Starfield launches on September 6 for Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Baldur’s Gate 3

PC gamers have already been enjoying Baldur’s Gate’s massive world, but those without high-end systems will soon be able to play.

Baldur’s Gate 3 is based on the popular tabletop game Dungeons and Dragons, where the roll of the die will determine your fate.

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There are also various choices and romance options to explore in this huge adventure.

Baldur’s Gate 3 is already on PC but it will launch on PS5 on September 6.

Monster Hunter Now

While Pokémon Go has been a massive success, not all of Niantic’s games have become popular.

Peridot had technical issues that overheated phones, and games like Wizards Unite eventually got shut down.

Following a similar approach to Pokémon Go, there are high hopes that Monster Hunter will be a success.

Monster Hunter Now launches on September 14 for both Android, and iOS.

The Crew Motorfest

The Crew is widely known as the biggest open world in all of video games, with a map that’s essentially the size of the US.

However, Motorfest will take place on just the Hawaiian island of O’ahu, making for a more streamlined experience.

Players are still keen to dive into the action, to see a different take on the series.

The Crew Motorfest will be released on September 14 for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC.

Mortal Kombat 1

Following up from the excellent release of Street Fighter 6 earlier this year, Mortal Kombat 1 now enters the arena.

With bigger, better, and gorier Fatalities than ever before, players are excited to experiment with the new Kameo system too.

You’ll be able to call other characters into the action to pull off special attacks, while in the middle of battle.

Mortal Kombat 1 will launch on September 19 for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch.

Lies of P

A new entry into the soulslike genre, Lies of P follows Bloodborne’s steampunk art style and has added its own twist.

Follow an original take on the story of Pinocchio, you are the last sane puppet in a world of corruption.

There is a huge number of weapons to equip, and upgrades to your mechanical arm to give you a good variety of play.

Lies of P will be released on September 19 for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC.

Payday 3

Payday is making its comeback, and the upcoming sequel plans to bring more heists to the co-op shooter.

Team up with friends to complete missions, and coordinate your plan to make out with the big bucks.

Payday 3 isn’t really offering much different, but it’s bringing updates to an already popular series.

Payday 3 will launch on September 21 for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty

Cyberpunk 2077 is getting two big launches in September, as version 2.0 will release alongside the new DLC.

Phantom Liberty will tell a whole new story, featuring Idris Elba in a new role for the game.

The 2.0 update will be free for all players, and will also feature significant upgrades for the existing fanbase.

Cyberpunk’s DLC will launch on September 26 for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

EA Sports FC 24

The first game in EA Sports’ new series of football games, EA Sports FC, will launch towards the end of the month.

It brings a whole new load of updates and features over the long-standing FIFA series, including the addition of women players to Ultimate Team.

There will also be a whole new host of shots, passes and other features to improve gameplay.

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EA Sports FC 24 releases on September 29 for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, and Switch.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.

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