These games come even before E3.

With E3, the spring game season ends, and from there we prepare for autumn. We’ve compiled what new ones you can expect.

2017 got off to a pretty good start, with Mass Effect: Andromeda maybe not a game we expected much from, but it was disappointing (and yet the situation there isn’t as dramatic as we hear from the screaming half of the internet people spitting saliva). In fact, they came more that we didn’t have high expectations for, yet they did come as a pleasant surprise (like Prey or Horizon Zero Dawn). Sure, between the two, there’s For Honor, which didn’t go wrong but couldn’t fatten up a big fan base, or the Wildlands, which could also be fun with, but it should have been a lot better. For the remaining three weeks until E3, there won’t be a game that will shake the skies, but there will be a couple worth paying attention to. The most important ones are highlighted, the rest are just listed. Let’s look at the supply briefly.

These games come even before E3

Releases in May 2017

Mirage: Arcane Warfare – May 23 – PC

The new game from the developers of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare mixes the familiar gameplay with magic, and we’re very curious how much they’ll be able to conquer with that. The open beta has already spun off, who tried it, tell me what you experienced.

Friday the 13th: The Game – May 26 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Thanks to the community, after a long time, a new Friday 13 game can finally come, in which we can escape from Jason as a teenager, and chase teens as Jason. For many, just being able to control the killer is enough, but to avoid disappointment, we need more. It’s only been a few days and everything turns out.

These games come even before E3

Star Trek: Bridge Crew – May 30 – PC, PlayStation 4

For now, it’s still questionable whether Ubisoft wants to continue making such a volume of VR games, but Star Trek: Bridge Crew is still coming to an end. The four members of the USS Aegis crew can be controlled by four players, who must navigate cooperatively and complete missions. Being a cross-platform, you don’t have to worry that one or the other platform won’t have a large enough community for it – which in turn can be a bit of a hassle to see if they’re generally playing with it enough.

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Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada – May 23 – PC, PlayStation 4

These games come even before E3

Impact Winter – May 23 – PC

Steel Division: Normandy 44 – May 23 – PC

These games come even before E3

Vanquish – May 25 – PC

RIME – May 26 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch

Guilty Gear Xrd Revelatior 2 – May 26 – PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4

These games come even before E3

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers – May 26 – Nintendo Switch

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam – May 30 – PC

Danger Zone – May 30 – PC, PlayStation 4

These games come even before E3

Perception – May 30 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch

Lock’s Quest – May 30 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Danger Zone – May 30 – PC, PlayStation 4

The Walking Dead: The New Frontier – Episode 5 – May 30 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS, Android

These games come even before E3

Tokyo 42 – May 31 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Thea: The Awakening – May 31 – PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Releases in early June 2017

Tekken 7 – June 2 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Injustice 2 is pretty rough right now, but for anyone who can’t stand DC’s superheroes, or NetherRealm’s work is too Western for him, and prefers something more Japanese, Tekken 7 will be a good choice. The game will arrive on consoles early next month; you don’t have to expect bold innovations, but anyone who loves the series will love it too.

These games come even before E3

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind – June 6 – PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Morrowind is fifteen years old, which Bethesda celebrates by incorporating the area into The Elder Scrolls Online. We cannot oppose this decision. There is a lot of new content coming in, so it will be worth paying attention to those who want to nostalgia, and TESO players in general.

Dirt 4 – June 9 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Codemasters marketers don’t die into the work, though the DiRT 4 release is already very close. The DiRT Rally has been satisfying for fans of classic rally games, but with the new part, the team also seems to want to favor a bit for those who don’t enjoy Dark Souls-level affliction, the need for constant concentration. Based on what has been said, DiRT 4 is more open to casual gamers, but that’s not a problem at all, in fact, it’s really just worth it.

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The Town of Light – June 6 – PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Wipeout: Omega Collection – June 7 – PlayStation 4

With the full June release, we’ll be at the end of the month. What do you expect from these?

Get Even was previously on the list, but it was postponed to the end of June.

We still have something to tell you, you will find all the interesting things here!

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