Hello creators! Welcome back to the Best Games to Stream Right Now for November 2021! We are officially into the holiday season of games, with huge AAA titles dropping throughout November and December of this year. If you are an FPS player, this month is going to be huge for you, while lovers of Nintendo will also get some amazing new DLC content that will be great to stream!
Call of Duty: Vanguard
It wouldn’t truthfully be November without a new Call of Duty ready to launch. Luckily for the FPS players out there, this week we will be getting the launch of Call of Duty: Vanguard.
Call of Duty: Vanguard is being developed by Sledgehammer Games and will be a WW2 take on the popular FPS genre. With the launch of Vanguard, there will be a new anti-cheat system, new Warzone map, and an all new campaign and multiplayer experience for players to pursue. If you are in the Call of Duty space or FPS in general, playing Vanguard on launch is a no-brainer. You’ll have a new experience to go through on stream and new content to make for YouTube with the new weapons and maps available.
It’s a win-win for you!
Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Not into the FPS genre of games? Want something a bit more tame? Then look no further than Animal Crossing New Horizon’s 2.0 update.
Animal Crossing is one of the Switch’s most popular games. You build out your island exactly as you want, find items, do time specific events and more. Its a fun, relaxing game that lets you do exactly what you want and don’t want to do in it. The newest update is bringing tons of new items, events, and more to the game.
This type of game is great if you are into the home designer genre, or just like having your community help define a design or direction you take the game. You do need to have an online pass for the Switch, but you can actually get the free update and an online pass together (along with other goodies and games) here.
Alright, back to the FPS genre! If CoD isn’t your cup of tea, you might have a better time with Battlefield! The newest installment comes out a week or so after Call of Duty: Vanguard, named Battlefield 2042.
Battlefield is similar to Call of Duty, but focuses on larger scale, more realistic military simulation. You pick the specialist that you want to use and play against 127 other people in objective or team deathmatch style games. You can also pilot vehicles and change weapons on the fly for a tactical approach to each encounter.
Battlefield is great for those that want a bit more ruggedness and a little less “arcade-y” shooter. Plus, the new Portal mode allows you to use assets from older Battlefield titles and put together fun gamemodes and challenges using them. It could be a great way to get stream involved with playing or creating.
FPS creators are in for a treat for the remainder of the year, while those who want a chiller approach will also have some great things to look forward to.
Call of Duty: Vanguard and Battlefield 2042 will bring in the new FPS experience, while Animal Crossing New Horizon’s update will provide a uniquely, relaxing experience for those that want to build out their island. But what do you think? What games are you planning on sinking all your time into as we are fully into the holiday game season? Let us know in the comments down below and we might add it on our next list!
Thanks for reading, keep on creating, and GLHF!