We are already almost halfway through 2019, and the year has witnessed some astonishing game releases as well as several disappointing ones. Take Anthem as an example, we expected a lot from it but the developers let us down by deciding to ignore the game entirely.

Despite some unsatisfying facts, games such as Resident Evil 2 Remake and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice really got us. More announcements are also coming as we expect to hear more details and news when E3 lands. In 2019, E3 is set to be held somewhere between 11th and 13th June, and a number of games should be released in this month as well.

Let’s take a look at some games about to be released this June:

Warhammer Chaosbane – June 4 – PC, PS4, Xbox One

The game features several classes for players to choose from

This game is an RPG which takes place in the universe of Warhammer. The beta of the game has already been released and played by lots of players and the full version of it is coming your way. Warhammer Chaosbane now has 4 different classes for players to choose, not to mention they can either play solo or co-op with up to 4 teammates.

The game allows you to play lots of battle, and there's a huge amount of replayability here. Moreover, you can now play offline when you are on a solo run.

Super Mario Maker 2 – June 21 – Nintendo Switch

In this game, you can build your own stage

This is a sequel to the 2015 Wii U/3DS game Super Mario Maker. Much as it brings back the iconic side-scroller gameplay of Mario, it also allows you to customize the stages as you wish.

Some items from the original Super Mario Maker are rumored to be returning, alongside some additions. This game includes local and online cooperative modes, and players can now build their own stages and later challenge their friends to beat them. What’s more, this game also includes a brand-new story mode.

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled – June 21 – PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch

The game offers plenty of cool features to set itself apart from the competition

The series of Crash Bandicoot is now releasing its latest kart racing game. This is a collaboration and a remake of a number of previous games such as Crash Tag Team Racing (2005), Crash Nitro Kart (2003) and Crash Team Racing (1999). Should you be a fan of this kind of game, it is worth trying this one. Even though it is also a kart racer, the game has plenty of cool features to set itself apart from other notable titles of the genre such as Sonic Racing or Mario Kart.

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night – June 18 for PS4 and Xbox One – June 25 for Nintendo Switch

Bloodstained Ritual Of The Night
A Metroidvania experience

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is led by Koji Igarashi – the developer of the acclaimed Castlevania game series. As a result, it's not surprising that this Metroidvania game takes up a similar style. Throughout the game, you'll be able to collect crystals to power up your character as well as craft new weapons and armor to be better-equipped to take on the increasingly difficult levels.

Judgement – June 25 – PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch

A spin-off of the Yakuza series

This is a spin-off game from the Yakuza series. The game is an open world that allows you to carry out different acts. In the story mode, players are expected to investigate and examine various details in order to accomplish the missions. Moreover, the combat system of the game is considerably polished.

The game has some similarities with Sleeping Dogs which was released earlier in 2012 and had the same features.

The Sinking City – June 27 – PC, PS4, Xbox One

A game inspired by Lovecraft's works

The Sinking City is neither a sequel nor a reboot of anything, but if you are a fan of H.P Lovecraft's works, you might find the setting quite familiar.

The influence of Lovecraftian on this game is way more than anything you could have expected. The game takes place in an odd and unstable city named Oakdale, which was abandoned under water after the war of the almighty Gods. It is set in the timeline of 1920 where Lovecraft wrote his most well-known works. This game knows how to play with mystery crafts and will have you become a supernatural investigator.

F1 2019 – June 28 – PC, PS4, Xbox One

F1 2019 features significantly improved graphics

This annual installment of The Formula 1 series is set to be released in a month, bringing with it a considerable number of cars. The story mode will focus on the retired racer Alain Prost and the great Ayrton Senna. Graphics of the game are known to be improved significantly in comparison to the previous games.