The May game set seems terribly boring.

Unfortunately, without The Last of Us Part II and Marvel’s Iron Man VR, there’s hardly any interesting game left for the fifth month of the year, but it’s worth scrolling through the list to see if there’s anything you’re craving for.

Many factors contribute to making Spring 2020 one of the least busy periods in the gaming industry in recent years. Delays caused by the coronavirus epidemic have a moderate effect on spring appearances, it is rather the generational change that makes everyone prefer to wait until autumn. Then, however, it will be quite difficult for smaller titles to prevail alongside ones like Marvel’s Avengers, Cyberpunk 2077, or the newly announced Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Let’s focus now on May and June; you will find the games broken down by week per page, and at the end we have placed the June list.

The May game set seems terribly boring

May 2020 Video Game Releases – Week 1

Tidal Shock – May 4 – PC

The month starts with an interesting arena shooter. In Tidal Shock, which starts early, we can shoot divers under the water by guiding divers in matches of 4-8 people. The goal is to bring charges to a reactor that changes position every 60 seconds – of course to stay alive.

Forza Street – May 5 – iOS, Android

It has been available for PC for a long time, but it has always been felt that it is a game designed for mobiles. At Forza Street, we can collect and upgrade cars, and even the most inexperienced can quickly master its terribly simple gameplay and control.

The May game set seems terribly boring

Population Zero – May 5 – PC

On an alien planet, Kepler, we only have 168 hours to repair a reactor, restart the hibernation capsule, and avoid becoming a monster. In the early access survival game, you can complete quests, build, kraft, and learn more about the game world. We can also play against the machine or other players, although the latter is only worthwhile once we have gained enough experience.

Someday You’ll Return – May 5 – PC

If you love depressing horror games, you might want to take a look at Someday You’ll Return. We can play the role of Daniel, whose daughter, Stela, escapes into a forest that Daniel never wanted to return to. The game focuses on topics such as fatherhood, fears, lies, and refusing to accept the past. Our decisions affect the outcome.

The May game set seems terribly boring

John Wick Hex – May 5 – PlayStation 4

Previously, we could only play the game before the John Wick movies on PC and Mac, in which we have to plan every step of the title character, who then performs spectacularly in his path. It’s coming to PS4 now and we hope to visit even more platforms in the future.

Void Bastards – May 7 – PlayStation 4, Switch

While his story wasn’t lasting, his gameplay earned much praise for the PC and Xbox One released last year by Void Bastards. Our task is to repair our own spacecraft, for which we can gather raw materials from other procedurally generated spacecraft. We always need to plan our steps accurately, explore locations thoroughly to avoid unnecessary conflicts.

The May game set seems terribly boring

Fury Unleashed – May 8 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch

Fury Unleashed is a roguelite side-view action platformer in which each kill increases our combo, and after reaching certain milestones, we become stronger, tougher. You can also play cooperatively while sitting in front of a machine.

SuperMash – May 8 – Switch

SuperMash is an interesting project: we can make our own games by mixing genres and then share them with our friends. We can vary six genres, and the machine throws a different game each time, so the possibilities are basically endless.

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