Get ready for an epic gaming experience in June 2023 with the 13 best upcoming games across PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One, and PC! From the highly anticipated Diablo IV and Final Fantasy XVI, to the intense Street Fighter 6 and the thrilling MotoGP 23, this lineup offers something for every gamer. Explore the mysteries of Greyhill Incident and Aliens: Dark Descent, or immerse yourself in captivating narratives like Goodbye Volcano High and Harmony: The Fall of Reverie. Prepare for an unforgettable gaming month ahead!
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13 Best Upcoming Games of JUNE 2023
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1. Diablo IV Jun 6, 2023 PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, XB1, PC
Now, you probably know this if you’re a fan of the series, but nonetheless, there is a beta testing taking place for Diablo, the final installment, before the game’s release. It will run until May 14th. Additionally, here’s a brand new trailer to accompany the good news about the release date, which is now set for June 6th. Apparently, the game will be available on all consoles except for the Nintendo Switch. Diablo 4 was revealed almost 4 years ago, and now it’s finally here with an exciting teaser.
2. Final Fantasy XVI June 22, 2023 PS5
On the other hand, Final Fantasy 16 is now coming to PCs, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X only on June 22nd, marking the next installment. In case you missed it in the last couple of weeks, some of the best gameplay trailers of 2023 were released, showcasing in-game footage, environments, characters, and the new Final Fantasy story. The trailers also described the game’s campaign and combat formula. Just as a reminder, if you didn’t know this before, Final Fantasy 16 is no longer a multiplayer game by nature, but an RPG adventure with a single-player campaign.
3. Street Fighter 6 June 2, 2023 PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, XB1, PC
Coming at number three, we have Gamespot official, who released almost 15 more minutes of gameplay footage for Street Fighter 6 since last week. Many of you probably know that there was a beta testing about one or two weeks ago, and some people managed to hack into it and are still playing a pirated version of the game. As a result, Capcom has issued a warning and stated that there will be penalties for those individuals. Now, let’s focus on the good news: the game is set to release on June 2nd for both current and next-generation consoles, including the CFL PCS. Here’s a glimpse of how the game really looks.
4. F123 June 16, 2023, PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, XB1, PC
EA Games and Codemasters have just released their new trailer and provided another update with more information on the upcoming Formula One racing game, F123. They announced that the game will now be available on both current and next-generation consoles, as well as PCs, on June 16th of this year, and will be sold in every major store, including Steam and the Epic Games Store. They have also released about 8 minutes of gameplay footage with commentary, but I’ll keep it brief. It seems that the new game features innovative mechanics. Take a look!
5. MotoGP 23 June 8, 2023, PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, XB1, PC
Milestone has finally broken their silence with the news that MotoGP 23 will now be released on June 8th. Last week, we received an update stating that the game would be released in July, but thanks to the developers, the release has been pulled forward by a whole month. To accompany this news, we have a new trailer showcasing in-game footage, various mechanics, changes to the roster, and graphical enhancements. The game is available now for pre-order, with prices ranging from $40 to $50. Take a look.
6. Greyhill Incident Jun 9,2023 PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, XB1, PC
On the other hand, the Gray Hill incident, which was announced roughly a year ago, is finally making its way to PCs and both current and next-generation consoles. However, it will not be available on the Nintendo Switch, as is often the case with 99% of horror games that are not typically ported to that platform. But here’s the thing, this is not just a first-person horror game; it’s a survival horror with an alien-invasion theme. It incorporates gameplay elements from production-based games and even includes open-world elements to some extent. Make sure to check it out if you missed it before. The game is set to release on June 9th.
7. Aliens: Dark Descent June 20, 2023 PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, XB1, PC
Revealed at the Summer Game Festival last year, we have another alien game here titled Dark Descent. It is a single-player squad-based action shooter and co-op game by nature, featuring a single-player campaign. Here’s actually the first gameplay trailer for the game, in contrast to the earlier cinematic that was released. The game will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox consoles, and PCs starting from June 12th
8. Goodbye Volcano High Jun 15, 2023 June 15, 2023 PS5, PS4, PC
At number eight by Co-op developers, we have here one of the highest quality games of the past few years called Goodbye Volcano High. It’s a cinematic narrative adventure, clearly focusing on storytelling. Other than that, all we know is that this game was announced about two years ago, indicating that it has been in development for quite a while. It is set to be released on June 15th. To accompany this exciting news, we also have a new trailer.
9. Layers of Fear June 2023 PS5, Xbox Series X, PC
Bloober Team has just released another trailer and announced a release window of June 2023 for Layers of Fear. Technically, Layers of Fear 1 and 2 were previously known simply as Layers of Fear. This series consists of Welsh horror adventure games that I haven’t played myself. It began in 2020 and is now being developed using Unreal Engine 5, meaning that they are being built from the ground up. These games are exclusive to the next-generation consoles.
10. Park Beyond Jun 16,2023 PS5, Xbox Series X,PC
Park Beyond, a park management simulation title, has been in development for over a year now by Bandai Namco. I believe I mentioned this game before. It is undoubtedly one of the top five largest management sims set to be released in 2023, offering the biggest theme park simulation game in history in terms of scale, replay value, details, and even story. That’s what they claimed—endless possibilities. Park Beyond is scheduled to be released on June 16th for PCs and the next generation of consoles exclusively.
11. Loop8: Summer of Gods Jun 6, 2023 PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, XB1, PC
The marvelous developers, Siege Games, have finally released another new trailer for Loop 8: Summer of Gods, featuring about six minutes of story and gameplay, showcasing the character Kishu. Loop 8 is now set to be released in Japan on June 1st, and a few days later on June 6th worldwide for PCs and even the Nintendo Switch. This game is an anime RPG adventure set in rural 80s Japan, where every decision you make will shape the story as you progress. Make sure to check it out if you haven’t already!
12. Tour De France 2023 June 8, 2023 PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, XB1, PC
As is the case with all of its previous iterations, Tour de Fonts 2023 is set to release on the same date it always does, which is June 8th, 2023. This time, it’s unclear if there have been any changes to the graphics or gameplay mechanics, but as always, the new game will feature new terrains, maps, bicycles, and professional riders. Take a look when Tour de Fonts 2023 arrives on PCs and both current and next-generation consoles on June 8th.
13. Harmony: The Fall of reverie June 8, 2023 PS5, Xbox Series X, PC
And last but not least, from Dontnod, the talented creators of the Life is Strange games, we have their latest game in development since last year called Harmony: the Fall of Rivery. It is perhaps even more innovative in nature compared to Life is Strange. In this game, you play as a young gifted girl who has the ability to see the future and is trying to prevent an apocalypse by predicting it. Take a look at this game, set to release on June 8th this year, available for PCs and the next generation of consoles only.