Every Xbox Series X, PS5, Switch And PC Game That Just Got Announced

June is set to be a killer month for games, with reveals for the PlayStation 5, new Xbox Series X titles and lots to look forward on the PC. Every major platform has something to show, so to stay updated, here’s where you’ll find all the new next-gen games — and everything else to look forward to for the rest of the year.

Update: This post has been updated since its original publication, most recently to add games announced during the Guerilla Collective and PC Gaming Shows. We’ll keep updating as more is announced.

PC Gaming Show 2020

Guerilla Collective

The indie-focused showcase led the Sunday morning with some heavy hitting titles: Baldur’s Gate 3 was launching (in early access) very soon, new Dwarf Fortress gameplay, Everspace 2, System Shock Redux and more.

Not all of the trailers have been uploaded separately, but the full stream from the first Guerrilla Collective day is below.

PlayStation 5

Sony’s PlayStation 5 line-up was announced mid-June with a bunch of trailers for fantastic-looking games. These included the highly-anticipated Horizon Zero Dawn sequel, a Spider-Man sequel starring Miles Morales and a surprise return for Ratchet and Clank. Here’s every big trailer from the event.

While we’ve seen some of these games before, many of them are new and original properties.


IGN Summer of Gaming Announcements

IGN’s kicked off this month’s game announcements in true style with a bunch of new titles being revealed — including some classic releases on retro pinball machines.

Mortal Shell is an upcoming action RPG that features warriors who can inhabit the bodies of forgotten warriors with incredible abilities. It recieved a slick new gameplay trailer.

During the event, the latest Total War game, Total War Saga: Troy was unveiled with a six-minute gameplay first-look.

Voidtrain will let you take control of an interdimensional train.

The glorious return of SEGA icon Alex Kidd was a surprise reveal at the event with the announcement of Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX, a rework of the classic Master System title.

Metal: Hellsinger is a combined FPS rhythm game with “face-melting metal riffs” that’s sure to be very entertaining.

Chivalry 2 is a medieval warfare sim and sequel to the original 2013 hit.

The Waylanders is a tactical fantasy RPG that takes players through a gorgeous-looking fantasy world.

Beyond Blue is a narrative adventure that lets players explore the ocean and its many inhabitants.

Demon Turf is an intriguing action platformer that makes use of both 2D and 3D graphics for a very unique look.

Werewolf the Apocalypse – Earthblood is based on the Werewolf: The Apocalypse RPG, companion title to Vampire the Masquerade. It’s described as a werewolf action-RPG but the cinematic trailer doesn’t contain any gameplay clues.

Dual Universe is a starship creation and fighting sim where you’ll battle enemy squadrons and manage your wily crew.

Pathfinder: Kingmaker Definitive Edition arrives on Xbox One and PS4 on August 18. It includes a new turn-based mode.

Arcade 1Up will also be releasing new retro arcade cabinets including Ms. Pac-Man, X-Men vs. Street Fighter, Marvel Digital Pinball and more. You can check them out in all their polished glory below.


More Game Reveals

Nintendo has unveiled Paper Mario: The Origami King for Nintendo Switch. It’s the latest in the wholesome Paper Mario series and is set for release on July 17.


You can catch up on all the latest game announcements for 2020 below.

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