“Halo 5: Guardians” is a new action game for Xbox One. Credit: Microsoft

New video games out this week

“Halo 5: Guardians.” Microsoft’s marquee game franchise returns with larger 24-player battles, three new worlds to explore, a new rewards system and a four-player cooperative campaign. Rated T for Teen. $60-$250 in various Standard, Limited and Collector’s Editions for Xbox One.

“WWE 2K16.” Like “Halo,” this series keeps getting bigger, this time with 120 WWE and NXT Superstars, Divas and Legends, plus unlockable gear, match types and legacy wrestlers. Match commentary has also been improved and there’s a MyCareer mode. Rated T for Teen. $60-$90 in Standard and Deluxe Editions for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Also out this week: “Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition” (PS4, Xbox One), “Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition” (PS4, Xbox One), “Outpost 13” (Windows PC), “Star Wars: The Old Republic — Knights of the Fallen Empire” (PC), “MX vs. ATV Supercross Encore” (PS4), “Monster High: New Ghoul in School” (Nintendo Wii U), “WRC 5” (PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One), “Albert and Otto” (PC), “Fuego!” (PC), “How to Survive 2” (PC), “Sun Dogs” (PC), “Sound of Drop: Fall Into Poison” (PC), “The Seven Years War (1756-1763)” (PC), “Cloudrift” (PC), “Cobalt” (PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One), “Niffelheim” (PC), “Chime Sharp” (PC), “Bulb Boy” (PC), “The Park” (PC), “A Wolf in Autumn” (PC), “Spellsworn” (PC), “The Coma” (PC), “Terminal Hacker: Into the Deep” (PC), “Indie Game Battle” (PC), “Vector 36” (PC), “Void and Medler” (PC).