Every Video Game Out In June 2020: PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

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Every Video Game Out In June 2020: PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
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June is a fantastic month to be a gamer. While the onset of the novel coronavirus delayed this month’s planned E3 showcase, June is still packed with great gaming events. There’s also a bunch of great-looking games releasing for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC this month. Here’s everything you’ve got to look forward to.

The AAA headliner here is clearly the highly-anticipated The Last Of Us Part II, which releases on June 19 — but there’s plenty of other games that may fly under the radar.

SpongeBob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom is looking very delightful and might just be the light-hearted romp you need after the darkness of The Last Of Us Part II. This remaster is set to bring the classic action-adventure game to modern franchises and launches on June 23.

Here’s everything else coming your way in June.

Every Game Releasing In June 2020

  • Valorant (PC) – June 2
  • Liberated (Switch) – June 2
  • The Takeover (Switch) – June 4
  • Shantae and the Seven Sirens (Switch) – June 4
  • Aqua Lungers (Switch) – June 4
  • Craftopia (PC) – June 4
  • 51 Worldwide Games (Switch) – June 5
  • The Sims Eco Lifestyle Pack (PC) – June 5
  • The Outer Worlds (Switch) – June 5
  • Knight Squad (Switch) – June 5
  • Potata (Switch) – June 6
  • The Elder Scrolls Online: Graymoor (PS4 | XBO | PC) – June 9
  • Demon’s Tier+ (Switch | Vita) – June 9 (Later June for Vita)
  • 1971 Project Helios (Switch) – June 9
  • Project Warlock (Switch) – June 11
  • Ancestors Legacy (Switch) – June 11
  • Evan’s Remains (Switch | PC) – June 11
  • Desperados III (XBO | PC) – June 16
  • Disintegration (PS4 | XBO | PC) – June 16
  • Edna & Harvey: The Breakout – Anniversary Edition (Switch) – June 17
  • Best Friend Forever (Switch | PC) – June 18
  • AERY (Switch) – June 18
  • Burnout Paradise Remastered (Switch) – June 19
  • Railway Empire: Nintendo Switch Edition (Switch) – June 19
  • The Last Of Us Part II (PS4) – June 19
  • SpongeBob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom (PS4 | XBO | Switch | PC) – June 23
  • Assetto Corsa Competizione (PS4 | XBO) – June 23
  • Ninjala (Switch) – June 24
  • BRIGANDINE The Legend of Runersia (Switch) – June 25
  • Poopdie – Chapter One (Switch) – June 25
  • Collar x Malice (Switch) – June 25
  • The Almost Gone (Switch) – June 25
  • Dungeons 3 Complete Collection (PS4 | XBO | PC) – June 26
  • No Straight Roads (PS4 | XBO | Switch | PC) – June 30

Also releasing this month is Pokémon: Sword/Shield‘s expansion pack, The Isle of Armor. It does not currently have a set date, so it could still be pushed back due to COVID-19.

Every Digital Gaming Event In June

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Here’s every replacement E3 event coming your way this June.

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What are you most hyped about this month?

Comments

  • Poopdie is obviously the standout this month. Everything else is merely shovelware compared to it’s quality gameplay and amazing production values.

    Seriously though it’s a pretty “eh” month. I’m interested in Desperados III given how much I enjoyed Shadow Tactics. I also feel like I should throw some money Edna and Harvey’s way just to show my support even though I have it on PC.

    TLOU II is going to be one of those games I’ll be waiting until later when the hype has settled and people aren’t looking at it through the lens of that hyped up, “in the moment” excitement. I still can’t finish the first one as I constantly lose interest halfway through. It’s a game I’d rather watch as a movie than play but this one seems like it might have more interesting gameplay.

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