PC gamers will be able to enjoy the Final Fantasy XIII Trilogy, starting in October. FF XIII, FFXIII-2, and Lighting Returns: Final Fantasy XIII will be available through Stream, with the first game in the trilogy coming October 9th. No release for the other two games was given other than that they will both be out by next Spring. Final Fantasy XIII is available for pre-purchase on Steam for $14.39, a 10 percent discount on it's retail price of $15.99.
Without a new game in the Need for Speed series, EA will be releasing the last game in the series, Rivals, with all it's available DLC in one package. Need for Speed Rivals Complete Edition will launch on October 21st with six DLC packs that include many new cars. No price was given, and the game will be available on PC, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360.
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In an upcoming free DLC pack, three of the main villians in Hyrule Warriors will be added as playable characters. Cia, Volga, and Wizzro will be made playable, each with their own unique abilities and attacks. The scheduled release is for October 16th, however this date only applies for Europe. Nintendo has announced that the four DLC packs announced for Japan and Europe will make their way to America but with no release date yet. The four pack of DLC will cost $20, and if pre-purchased, Dark Link will be made available to those who do so.
Lastly, a couple of release dates have been given/updated. Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric has been moved up from it's November 18th release (on Wii U) to November 11th, alongside the 3DS version of the same game. No reasons were given, but Rockstar announcing GTA V to release on PS4 and Xbox One on November 18th could have scared publishers a little. The PS4 version of MInecraft will get a retail disk release, which will be available on October 7th.