September is the month to put on the black cloak and load the machine gun, prove that you are worthy to save Earth, or pretend to be Superman. 

In the list of releases, great classics return in remade or remastered versions, while some of the greatest heroes on Earth arrive in a new format on consoles and PCs.

Also, there is no way to ignore the return of big names from RPGs, the return of a protagonist who was lost in the hands of Devolver Digital, and the end of an old joke by PC players. 

Among classics and news, here is the list of the most awaited game releases for September 2020:

1. Marvel's Avengers (04/09/2020)

After several test weekends, the heroes of Casa das Ideias are ready to save the world from AIM threats. In the game developed by Crystal Dynamics and distributed by Square Enix, we find the Avengers separated and, more than that, hopeless, while a new member is responsible for restoring these ties and regaining hope in the face of oppression.


Marvel's Avengers arrives as a service game, featuring an initial cast of heroes and additions of content and characters that will arrive over time. While Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, Hulk, and Kamala Khan deal with the death of Captain America, players unite online to face MODOK and change the fate of the planet.

Marvel's Avengers will be released for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on September 4th.

2. Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 (04/09/2020)

Nostalgia hits the bottom of the foot with the relaunch of two absolute classics from the first PlayStation. Bringing together the classic soundtrack with new names (including the Brazilian band Charlie Brown Jr.), Activision's relaunch brings the tracks and skaters of the two titles from the past with news to make the game more current and interesting.


Essentially a remake, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 is being seen as the franchise's possible return to the starring position it has lost over the years with a string of bad games. From what you could see in the demo and what the accumulated hype indicates, the path seems correct. The game arrives on Friday, September 4, for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

3. WWE 2K Battlegrounds (18/09/2020)

The spin-off of the already established WWE 2K series arrives to unite current and classic fighters in a fun and cartoonish way. The transformation of the characters into drawings allowed the developer Saber Interactive to work a little more freely with the world of wrestling, including special powers and unusual arenas for combat that, by itself, is already quite out of the ordinary.

What started as an alternative game, however, ended up gaining special character and rising in importance. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, 2K Games decided to cancel the launch of WWE 2K21, which would arrive later this year, making WWE 2K Battlegrounds the wrestling game of the year for fans. A responsibility to which we will soon see if the title is up to it, in its launch for PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Switch.

4. Crysis Remastered (18/09/2002)

Does your PC run Crysis? If not, your console will soon be able to do that. With the relaunch of one of the most revered and commented games of the past decade, Crytek kills the joke of years, but also expands a classic that became known for its graphic capabilities and also for bringing elements that were not seen in shooting games 13 years ago.

The title that until today is seen as a test of strength for computers gains renewed breath when it reaches the new platforms, showing, also, that the developer still thinks about the franchise, even after more than seven years without launching anything new. Now, on September 18, PS4 and Xbox One players join those of Switch, who received a surprise release of the title, with the remastering of Crysis also accompanying a new PC version that tries to live up to the old merit.

5. Serious Sam 4 (24/09/2020)

The merger between Croatian developer Croteam and Devolver Digital is almost done in heaven, especially when it comes to a title that displays both their personality as well as Serious Sam 4. Only the most recent news about him is enough to demonstrate the crazy character of the title, which brings us an option a Popemobile that can transform into a giant robot.


In the title, in development since 2013 and financed by the purchase of the other character titles available in the Humble Store catalog, the battle against aliens is played by one man, bark thick enough to do it alone. In his favor, of course, are kilos of explosives and ammunition, which give rise to the most insane shooting.

Serious Sam 4 arrives at the end of the month on PCs. An exclusive agreement with Stadia, Google's game streaming platform, meant that the launch forecast for PS4 and Xbox One was pushed forward next year.

6. Mafia: Definitive Edition (24/09/2020)

A few-year-old rumor finally becomes real and palpable this late September. The distributor 2K decided to take a new look at the Mafia series in the current generation of consoles, reviving the third game with a complete content package and the second with a remastering. The highlight of this return, however, is a complete remake of the first, still considered one of the best in the series.

The good old story, set in the 1930s and at the height of Prohibition in the USA, puts a poor taxi driver in the middle of a conflict between two families of mobsters, the Salieri and the Morello. Sworn to death by the members of the second, he joins the first and begins a new life on the opposite side of the law, getting directly involved in operations and conflicts.

Mafia: Definitive Edition arrives on September 24 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The game is available in a trilogy package, which also includes the two other games in the franchise, or can be purchased individually.

7. Genshin Impact (28/09/2020)

Free to play and not hiding its heavy influence from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Genshin Impact is an RPG that has attracted attention since it was announced in 2019. Initially aimed at the Chinese market, the title ended up gaining worldwide reach due to its proposal, which also caused it to be expanded from a game only for PC and mobile, also gaining versions for the console.

The world is mystical and open, with the player controlling different characters that cross the path of the protagonist, a traveler in search of a missing member of his family. Gradually, and as he faces battles and trials, he begins to understand the mysteries of the world and, mainly, the history of beings chosen by deities to have control of the elements.

Genshin Impact arrives on September 28 for PC, PlayStation 4, iOS, and Android. A Switch version is also in the plans but has no scheduled release.

8. Baldur's Gate III (9/30)

Part of yet another returning franchise from the late 1990s, this third game closes a hiatus of years, which also involved the transfer of intellectual property between several studios, expansions, and complicated deals that even involved a new sequence, but never allowed it to leave. of the paper. Now, finally, the time to return to this universe based on the classic Dungeons & Dragons is coming.

Baldur's Gate III is developed by Larian Studios, of great recent prominence, in the world of RPGs, by the Divinity series. Now, faced with an even greater challenge, the company maintains some conventions of the genre, such as turn-based combat, while telling a story directly linked to the board game modules, serving as much as continuity for those coming from this medium as an introduction to cards for those who approach the world of games.