The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor PS4, Xbox – June 10
Bethesda has announced that they are delaying the release of Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor on consoles until June 10th out of respect for George Floyd's funeral which is scheduled for June 9th. Please note that other June 9th releases could be similarly delayed although not confirmed at this time.
Project Warlock PS4 – June 9
Beyond Blue PC, PS4, Xbox – June 11
Ostranauts PC – June 11
Project Warlock Switch – June 11
Samurai Shodown PC – June 11
Much like Mortal Kombat or Street Fighter, Samurai Showdown has seen much success as a sword-wielding 1v1 fighter series since the early 90's. Coming soon to PC, Samurai Showdown looks to take the spotlight with all new visuals and gameplay mechanics; including a AI learning systems for CPU enemies who will learn your fighting styles and become more and more difficult as you face them!
Project Warlock Xbox – June 12
Warborn PC, PS4, Xbox, Switch – June 12
Desperados 3 PC, PS4, Xbox – June 16
Disintegration PC, PS4, Xbox – June 16
Summer in Mara PC, Switch – June 16
Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 3 PC, PS4, Xbox, Switch – June 17
Best Friend Forever PC, Switch – June 18
Waking PC, Xbox – June 18
"Waking is a uniquely personal journey of self reflection and remembrance combining third person exploration and real-world meditation. Traverse the twisted pathways of your mind in a quest to wake, and make choices that shape a uniquely individual experience. Along the way, face your fears and desires as you summon memories of loved ones, and do battle with those who would have you sleep forever." - Wakinggame.com
Burnout Paradise Remastered Switch – June 19
The Last of Us 2 PS4 – June 19
Ys: Memories of Celceta Remaster PS4 – June 19
SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated PC, PS4, Xbox, Switch – June 23
Ninjala Switch – June 24
Blair Witch Switch – June 25
Hunting Simulator 2 PC, PS4, Xbox – June 25
Track and hunt 33 species in Texas Deserts, Colorado forests and even through Europe. With your hunting dog at your side, plenty of gear and weapons to choose from and the most advanced hunting techniques at your disposal you will hunt animals with realistic behaviours and AI in their vast natural habitats!
Control: The Foundation DLC Xbox – June 25
Mr. Driller DrillLand PC, Switch – June 25
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 3 Switch – June 30
Pokemon Sword and Shield: The Isle of Armor expansion Switch
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