With a few exceptions, most indie games won’t be hitting the big screens until August.
That means that the rest of the summer is going to be spent with some of the biggest names in the gaming world working on some of their best-known titles, but many of the games that we have the chance to play in August will also be arriving before the summer ends.
There’s a new Call of Duty game in development at Rockstar, an indie developer working on a big-name title for Sony, and a few other titles that could be coming to PlayStation platforms later this year.
We also have the opportunity to take a look at the games coming out in October.
This year, we’ll be looking at titles like Naughty Dog’s Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, Sony’s Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, and Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
But as we mentioned above, most of these games won`t be coming out until August, and most of them won`ll be coming exclusively on PC, Mac, and Linux.
There’s a few surprises for you on the PC front, as well.
The PC version of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will be available for the first time, while a new port of Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch is also set to launch later this month.
But what about the consoles?
Most of these upcoming titles are coming to console at launch, but a few will also launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PS Vita.
So if you have a console you want to see hit the big screen, you may have a few months to wait.
You can find out when the rest is revealed for the summer here, and we’ll update you when it does.
So be sure to keep checking back as we reveal more details on all of the big releases this summer.