November brings with it a lot of things.
Bonfire Night here in the UK, the start of the Christmas frenzy and the end of Halloween, to name a few.
It also invariably means a new CoD.
Only, this year's a bit different - because we're actually getting two of them. Even if one of them isn't actually available to buy on its own (eBay flogging aside).
Yes, Call of Duty Infinite Warfare arrives on November 4, right alongside a remaster of Call of Duty Modern Warfare - the game that turned the CoD series into a super franchise with annual releases.
One hurls players into the future to try and find excitement in a series that has long run out of new ideas, while the other goes back to its roots to try and reignite the old ideas that made it a world-conquering success in the first place.
Activision have thrown a lot of money at this year's iteration, Infinite Warfare, with an impressive cast and all the bombast and spectacle you'd expect from a CoD game.
Despite the game's trailer being one of the most disliked videos in YouTube history, you shouldn't expect Infinite Warfare to be anything other than another monumental success for Activision - at least in sales terms.
But that's not all that's hitting the shelves, physical or digital, this month.
We've got the sequel to 2014's maligned open world hacking game Watch Dogs coming our way, as well as stealth action adventure Dishonored 2 and more.
There's also the small matter of the PS4 Pro which arrives on November 10 - a mid-generation console that could change the landscape of console gaming as we know it.
Yeah - it's kind of a big month, all in all.
So as you start to draw up your Christmas wishlists, do check out our list of the biggest and best games to look out for this month.
We'll have another list for you in December of course, and stick with the channel for lots more news, reviews and coverage throughout the month.