The month of June is here, and it’s also E3 season. There are quite a number of new games coming out as well as expansions. We’ve got Destiny 2: Penumbra, The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr, Path of Exile: Legion, Warhammer: Chaosbane, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Steel Division 2, and The Sinking City. We’ll also see a bit of racing from MotoGP 19 and F1 2019. This month will also see the arrival of several new games that initially released on other platforms. Journey and Heavy Rain are arriving on PCs though they were previously on Sony’s consoles, and Octopath Traveler, meanwhile, was a Nintendo Switch title.

    All these and more come our way for June 2019’s PC game releases. Of course, if you’d like to look further ahead, feel free to check out our updated PC games release date list for rest of the year onwards.

    Note: You might also notice that there seems to be a gap for a certain week or so. That’s due to E3 week and the subsequent buzz after the event. There will likely be some major announcements for additional games this month or in the near future.

    June 2019 Pc Game Releases Destiny 2 Penumbra, Octopath Traveler, Elder Scrolls Elsweyr

    Destiny 2: Penumbra (Bungie): June 4

    The third and final mini-DLC for Destiny 2‘s Annual Pass. Destiny 2: Penumbra promises more secrets than you can shake a stick at. The Menagerie will be a major activity with matchmaking. There will be a couple of exotic quests. Oh, and the raid, Crown of Sorrow, will be releasing on the first day.

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    The Elder Scrolls Online – Elsweyr (Bethesda): June 4

    The newest expansion to The Elder Scrolls MMORPG world takes you to the homeland of the Khajiit. You’ll face off against dragons, and you’ll be able to create the Necromancer class. The expansion is already available for PC and Mac users for early access prior to the official launch.

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    Warhammer: Chaosbane (Eko Software): June 4

    Battle the hordes of the Everchosen Asavar Kul in this ARPG set in the Warhammer Fantasy Battles world.

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    Trover Saves The Universe (Squanch Games): June 4

    Save your pups and the universe in this comedy adventure from the co-creator of Rick and Morty.

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    Battletech: Urban Warfare (Hairbrained Schemes): June 4

    The second expansion with some tactical mech-on-mech action!

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    Journey (ThatGameCompany): June 6

    One of the most beloved PS3 and PS4 titles finally makes its way to PCs via the Epic Games Store.

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    MotoGP 19 (Milestone s.r.l.): June 6

    Race with official MotoGP 2019 Championship riders! Have fun with the new multiplayer experience and become Race Director.

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    Path of Exile: Legion (Grinding Gear Games): June 7

    Path of Exile: Legion lets you battle mythical armies and collect jewels that completely alter your passives tree, while also featuring some major tweaks for melee combat. June 2019 is a good time for action RPG lovers.

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    Octopath Traveler (Square Enix): June 7

    Encompassing eight characters and eight journeys, Octopath Traveler is a sweeping RPG adventure with glorious 2D and 3D visual combinations. An Octopath Traveler prequel is also in the works for mobile devices.

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    God Wars: The Complete Legend (Kadokawa Games): June 14

    A tactical RPG telling tales from Japanese history and folklore. This edition will feature the original game, all DLC, and a new chapter.

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    Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (Artplay): June 18

    Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a Metroidvania romp from the lead producer of the Castlevania series, Koji Igarashi.

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    Steel Division 2 (Eugen Systems): June 20

    Battle on the Eastern Front with your troops and tanks in this sequel to Eugen Systems’ World War II RTS.

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    Super Neptunia RPG (Idea Factory): June 20

    Your heroine must stop nefarious forces from turning the world into — gasp! — its old 2D rendition.

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    198X (Hi-Bit Studios): June 20

    An arcade-inspired adventure combining multiple genres such as racing, shooting, and beat-em-ups. June 2019 is headed to June 198X.

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    Heavy Rain (Quantic Dream): June 24

    Four characters, four interwoven stories in a narrative-driven thriller where your choices impact the outcome.

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    Redeemer: Enhanced Edition (Sobaka Studio): June 25

    An all-out brawler where you shoot, blast, and beat up your foes. Originally released in 2017, the enhanced edition will feature local co-op and new content this June 2019. Owners of the original are expected to receive the enhanced edition as a free upgrade.

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    The Sinking City (Frogwares): June 27

    The Sinking City is an upcoming open-world third-person action investigation game.

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    F1 2019 (Codemasters): June 28

    Race to achieve glory in the official video game of the Formula One World Championship.

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    My Friend Pedro (Devolver Digital): June 2019

    An action-platformer shooter where you obey a sentient banana. Yes, you read that right. Expected to release this June 2019.

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    Jason Rodriguez
    I'm a small business owner who's also writing on the side, contributing in various websites under the Enthusiast Gaming umbrella -- Destructoid, Flixist, Daily Esports, PlayStation Enthusiast, and PC Invasion. My Steam library has 1,131 games at the moment so we definitely have a lot of things to talk about.

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