4 more days before the month of May ends. If we look at the previous months, June is probably the most quiet in terms of release as the biggest expo is closing in – E3. We have notable releases this June, one of which is The Farm 51’s Get Even. It was pushed back due to the terrible events that happened in Manchester.
There are great games coming in June, and even though if the silence surrounds the release of games, E3 will definitely be the big noise all over the world.
Here are the games you need to get this June:
Nex Machina PC, PS4 | June 20
With the success of Housemarque’s Alienation, the studio is already up for another launch of a sci-fi shoot ‘em up title – Nex Machina. Even if Sony didn’t support the game’s marketing plan and publishing, Alienation’s success is a mark of true quality that the studio has brought in.
ARMS Switch | June 16
A Nintendo Switch exclusive, and also probably going to be enjoyable with your friends. ARMS is your next-level fighting game where you and your friends battle each other out with gloves on springs!
Wipeout Omega Collection PS4 | June 6
The return of the classic futuristic and dangerous racing game from the PS1 era. It’s time for us to hop-in back to those cockpits and be the number 1 racer in the universe! The collection will include Wipeout HD and Wipeout 2048.
Get Even PS4, Xbox One, PC | June 23
A game delayed from May 26 to June 23, Get Even is a first-person shooter thriller developed by The Farm 51 and published by Bandai Namco. There are puzzle mechanics, a horror atmosphere, and a bit of action too. It’s quite an intriguing title from The Farm 51.
Tekken 7 PS4, Xbox One, PC | June 2
The latest installment of Bandai Namco’s successful fighting franchise, Tekken 7: Fated Retribution. The game is set to be released on June 2 across all 3 platforms: PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy PS4 | June 30
Just writing the game’s title, the remaster of Crash Bandicoot is almost here! I’m filled with excitement as it draws closer to its launch date. Naughty Dog’s classic platformer that everybody adores and enjoyed in the past is now coming back with newly improved aesthetics! Activision still holds the publishing side of the game, but the remaster is an exclusive to Sony’s PS4.