A new month has arrived, which means a new slate of games are on the horizon. Between the excitement of E3 2018 and this month’s upcoming releases, gaming fans have a lot to look forward to in June. This month sees some notable titles arrive on each platform, from the Switch port of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus to a new Mario sports game and the latest title from Life Is Strange developer Dontnod.
As always, we’ve rounded up a list of the biggest games launching this month below, giving you a handy way to keep track of what’s in store for Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC in June. For a broader look at all of the major games coming to each platform throughout the rest of the year, be sure to check out our comprehensive list of game release dates in 2018.
Jurassic World Evolution (PS4, Xbox One, PC) — June 12
Arriving on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on June 12, Jurassic World Evolution is a theme park sim that challenges players with managing their own Jurassic Park. They can choose which types of dinosaurs they’d like to hatch and what types of attractions and amenities they’d like to build to attract guests to their park. The game also features Jeff Goldblum reprising his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm.
- Jurassic World Evolution Is A Chaotic Sandbox For Dinosaur Management Mayhem
- Jeff Goldblum Returns To Jurassic Park In New Game Jurassic World Evolution
Mario Tennis Aces (Switch) — June 22
This month’s big Switch release is Mario Tennis Aces, the first Mario sports game to arrive on Nintendo’s hybrid console. Developed by Camelot, the studio behind every previous Mario Tennis game, Aces introduces a number of new mechanics, such as the time-slowing Zone Speed and the powerful Zone Shots. It also features the first story mode in the series since 2005’s Mario Tennis: Power Tour.
- Nintendo’s New Switch Game Has A Nice Eshop Pre-Order Bonus
- Mario Tennis Aces Switch Gameplay Exhibits Story Mode And Charming Characters
The Crew 2 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) — June 29
Rounding out this month’s biggest releases is The Crew 2. Ubisoft’s open-world racing game arrives on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on June 29, and it builds upon its predecessor with a few new mechanics, most notably vehicle transformations. In this installment, players can switch between a car, boat, plane, or other vehicles on the fly to seamlessly race across different types of terrain.
- The Crew 2 Beta Dates Revealed For PS4, Xbox One, And PC
- New The Crew 2 Gameplay Shows Street, Motocross, Jetsprint, Drift, And Grand Prix Racing
Full June Release Schedule
|BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle||PS4, PC, Switch||June 5|
|The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset||PS4, Xbox One, PC||June 5|
|Happy Birthdays||Nintendo Switch||June 5|
|Onrush||PS4, Xbox One||June 5|
|Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn||PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC||June 5|
|Vampyr||PS4, Xbox One, PC||June 5|
|MotoGP 18||PS4, Xbox One, PC||June 7|
|Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido||Switch, 3DS||June 8|
|Unravel Two||PS4, Xbox One, PC||June 9|
|Hollow Knight||Switch||June 12|
|Jurassic World Evolution (Digital)||PS4, Xbox One, PC||June 12|
|Moss (Physical)||PS4||June 12|
|Super Bomberman R||PS4, Xbox One, PC||June 12|
|LEGO The Incredibles||Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC||June 15|
|The Lost Child||PS4, PS Vita||June 19|
|Mario Tennis Aces||Switch||June 22|
|New Gundam Breaker||PS4, PC||June 22|
|The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit||PS4, Xbox One, PC||June 26|
|Far Cry 3 Classic Edition||PS4, Xbox One||June 26|
|Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana||Nintendo Switch||June 26|
|Fighting EX Layer||PS4||June 28|
|The Crew 2||PS4, Xbox One, PC||June 29|
|MXGP Pro||PS4, Xbox One, PC||June 29|
|Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus||Switch||June 29|