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Top 5 Video Games You Can’t Afford to Miss This June

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There are some amazing games to play this June, so you’d better kiss goodbye to your social life as these titles boast some quality visuals as well as some rich and lengthy gameplay.

In the recent past, some quite amazing titles have been released. March saw the launch of Bloodborne Gothic action-horror while the month after came in with the Mortal Kombat X. Last month, RPG lovers received the last series of the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. In all of these titles, you will come across a challenging gameplay that you have to master in order to enjoy.

Despite this rich list of games in the previous months, be sure to spare some time for new games that are yet to be released. You are going to further distance yourself with your social life when these games finally roll out. June will see the launch of Heroes of the Storm where you’ll come across heroes from Diablo, StarCraft and Warcraft. There is still more for those who are not into multiplayer action games. There is an upcoming comic-inspired game known as Batman: Arkham Knight where the Dark Knight makes a comeback in a bid to save Gotham City.

Don’t be overwhelmed with this month’s releases for we have already lined up for you a list of the top 5 video games you can’t afford to miss this month.

Heroes of the Storm

This is a free game available for PC users only. Blizzard makes way into the MOBA arena with these new Heroes of the Storm game by pulling heroes from other well-known gaming franchises such as Warcraft, StarCraft, and Diablo. Gamers have the liberty to choose combatants and go against each other in online fights that pair five against five. Rather than rely on weekly rotation of characters, Heroes of the Storm allows users to make in-app purchases and buy as well as keep characters on a permanent basis.

D4

D4 is a premium episodic adventure game where gamers go through a story of a Bostonian detective known as David Young. This character has a fondness for time travel and he is after finding out who murdered his wife, something that is causing problems to his memory. Originally there was an Xbox One release which featured Kinect controls.However, June will see changes to this game as it now features mouse controls. Furthermore, expect kooky characters, weird time-travelling detective tasks as well as silly dialogues with D4. The game is available for just $14.99.

Batman: Arkham Knight

Batman: Arkham Knight is available for $59.99 and only users of PS4, Xbox One and PCs can play this game. The new game comes in a year after the release of Batman: Arkham City and in this new series, Batman directs his powerful combat skills to the most vicious villains in Gotham City. There are lots of high-powered gadgets that let Batman brawl and sneak his way through streets that are full of thugs.

In the Batman: Arkham Knight, you’ll come across the new Batmobile that can be handy when it comes to transportation as well as in combat. Furthermore, just like Arkham City, the new Arkham Knight comes with an open world where players can easily explore as well as travel during their leisure time.

Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition

Capcom makes its comeback with the series Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition. This game has more than enhanced textures and better resolution. It now features three playable characters that are new to the scene. The twin brother of Dante, Vergil, makes an appearance with an all-new style of attack and abilities. Dante also has a new partner known as Trish and just like Vergil she dives into the battle field with her lightning magic and rather oversized Sparda sword. Finally there is Lady who makes her debut after featuring in Devil May Cry 3. You only need $24.99 to get this game on your PS4, Xbox One or PC.

Final Fantasy 14: Heavensward

Final Fantasy 14: Heavensward is a PS4 and PC gaming console that is available for just $39.96. In fact, Heavensward comes in as the first expansion to this gaming franchise, and there is a brand new region known as Ishgard. The game also expands as well as adds more areas to Eorzea, which is the mainland of this game.

Since Heavensward is a step up from Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn; it steps up the level cap to 60. Furthermore, it adds new Primal bosses, classes, jobs, raids, dungeons as well as turns the draconic Au Ra into a playable race.

Keep following us and we will keep updating you on more amazing games that will keep you occupied this month of June and during the upcoming summer as well.