We're entering some slightly dry summer months in terms of AAA, headline-grabbing blockbusters, but there's still an array of neat-looking games coming our way over the next four weeks. When we're not all busy scouring the E3 2019 news, that is.

Diablo fans could find themselves well-served by Warhammer: Chaosbane; Bloodstained welcomes back the king of Castlevania; Steel Division 2 should tick all our historical needs, and Heavy Rain, well, we can't wait to Press X to Jason.

Luckily, the month is rounded out by what will surely be the game of the year, no questions asked. I'm talking about Judgment, of course. Yakuza + Private Investigations + Courtroom Drama = Take all my money and spend it on all the cocaine your voice actors could possibly want.

Anywany, here are all of the biggest and best games coming out over the next four weeks. Get voting for your favourites in the poll below!

Warhammer Chaosbane - June 4th / PC, PS4, Xbox One

 Warhammer Chaosbane System Requirements

 

Life is Strange 2 - Episode 3: Wastelands - May 9th / PC, PS4, Xbox One

Life is Strange 2 System Requirements

 

Trover Saves the Universe - June 4th / PCVR, PSVR

Trover Saves the Universe System Requirements

 

Battletech: Urban Warfare - June 5th / PC

Battletech: Urban Warfare System Requirements

 

MotoGP 19 - June 6th / PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

MotoGP 19 System Requirements

 

Octopath Traveler - June 7th / PC

Octopath Traveler System Requirements

 

Steel Division 2 - June 20th / PC

Steel Division 2 System Requirements

 

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled - June 21st / PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled System Requirements

 

Heavy Rain - June 24th / PC

Heavy Rain System Requirements

 

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night - June 25th / PC, PS4, Xbox One

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night System Requirements

 

Judgment - June 25th / PS4



The Sinking City - June 27th / PC, PS4, Xbox One

The Sinking City System Requirements



Samurai Shodown - June 27th / PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Samurai Showdown System Requirements

 

F1 2019 - June 28th / PC, PS4, Xbox One

F1 2019 System Requirements

 

Super Mario Maker - June 29th / Switch

Quite a stacked month in the end then. Nintendo Switch owners could be in for an absolute treat when Super Mario Maker 2 arrives, while racing fans finally get to enjoy an F1 game while the actual F1 season is still far from over.

If you're planning to pick up any of the games out this month, you can get voting below. You can also vote for multiple games if you’re planning multiple purchases. Enjoy the next month of gaming and do let us know if you're saving your cash for something a little further afield or you're getting tucked into your backlog!