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May 2020 PC game release dates

The PC games listed on this page have been announced as releasing in May 2020. This page will also include titles that are expected to come out in Spring 2020.

Someday You’ll Return (CBE Software): May 5

Set in the beautiful wilderness of the Czech Republic, Someday You’ll Return has you searching for your missing daughter. Be forwarned, though, because this psychological horror game has dangers and secrets lurking in every corner.

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Population Zero (Enplex Games) : May 5 (Early Access)

You’re a colonist who’s just crash landed on the world of Kepler and it’s up to you to farm materials to craft and survive in this online, open-world game. Each session lasts 168 hours or one week in real-time just when a catastrophe causes an extinction event. You can also check out our pre-release impressions after a couple of hours of play.

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Old World (Mohawk Games): May 6 (Early Access)

Fulfill your faction’s ambitions to win in this 4X title helmed by Soren Johnson, former lead designer for Civilization IV and Offworld Trading Company.

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Spirit of the North (Infuse Studio): May 7

An adventure game where you play as a fox who meets the Guardian of the Northern Lights. It’s inspired by the breathtaking environments of Iceland.

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Fury Unleashed (Awesome Games Studio): May 8

It’s been part of Steam’s early access program since 2017, but this combo-driven action platformer officially launches this May 2020.

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Halo 2: Anniversary (343 Industries): May 12

Master Chief comes face to face with the arbiter in the remastered sequel.

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Crucible (Amazon Games): May 20

Very little is known about Amazon’s action shooter except that are 12 players who need to work together before battling it out to become the last man standing. There’s also the 13th individual in the match, the gamemaster, whose role is to direct the outcome while using Twitch integration.

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Total War: Warhammer II – The Warden & The Paunch (Creative Assembly): May 21

The Warden of Tor Yvresse, Eltharion the Grim, meets his match in the form of the obese Grom the Paunch, the goblin warboss who leads his Waaagh! across Ulthuan. You can check out our impressions as well as our guides and features hub.

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Civilization VI: New Frontier Pass/Maya and Gran Colombia Pack (Firaxis Games): May 21

Civilization VI will be getting bimonthly content drops from now until 2021 thanks to this season pass. The initial offering for May 2020 will be Gran Colombia led by Simon Bolivar and the Maya led by Lady Six Sky. You can check out our impressions as well as our guides and features hub.

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The Wonderful 101: Remastered (PlatinumGames): May 21

Originally released in 2013 for the Wii U, the game lets you rescue various characters to unite and morph them while battling evildoers.

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The Persistence (Firesprite Ltd): May 21

It’s up to you to survive in a spaceship filled with monsters and zombies. You can also ask a couple of friends to help you out by controlling defense systems using their iOS or Android devices.

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Maneater (Tripwire Interactive): May 22

Explore the sunken depths and tear divers limb from limb, Jaws-style, while you play as an evolving shark!

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Saints Row: The Third Remastered (Sperasoft): May 22

Get ready for some over-the-top action and open-world hilarity.

Minecraft Dungeons (Mojang): May 26

Minecraft, a game played by millions around the world, will present a new challenge: an action-RPG where you tackle dungeon denizens with friends.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor (Bethesda): May 26

Journey back to the northern wilderness a thousand years before the events of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim as you face off against vampires in another major expansion to the MMORPG.

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Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath (NetherRealm Studios): May 26

Fujin and Sheeva return to the fight, and they’re joined by RoboCop and friendships in this story expansion to the hit fighting game. Hint: It’s about time travel.

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Age of Wonders: Planetfall – Invasions (Triumph Studios): May 26

Meet two new alien races that are set to claim their dominance of the galaxy, face off against an endgame challenge as Voidbringers invade with legions of soldiers, and play a scenario where someone controls a mighty empire and the rest have to band together to take them out.

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Those Who Remain (Camel 101): May 28

Set in a mysterious town, this psychological horror game will have you confronting horrors while managing your sanity and staying within the safety of the light.

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Shantae and the Seven Sirens (WayForward): May 28

The next installment in the Shantae adventure series.

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Atomicrops (Bird Bath Games): May 28

You live in a nuclear wasteland, and you’ll have to fight mutants to protect the last farm on the planet.

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Resolutiion (Monolith of Minds): May 28

An adventure game which pays homage to classics SNES titles with Legend of Zelda-esque presentation, although it might also remind you of the more recent Hyper Light Drifter.

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Phantasy Star Online 2 (Sega): May 2020

The hit RPG will finally be arriving to the west in 2020. There’s no need to worry about fan-made translations or bringing out your old Dreamcast. This version of Phantasy Star Online 2 will actually be free-to-play.

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Imperiums: Greek Wars (Kube Games): Spring 2020

A 4X grand strategy title with a certain mythological twist.

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Outward: The Soroboreans (Nine Dots Studio): Spring 2020

The first DLC for 2019’s Outward adds new locations, items, skills, and enchantments for your weapons and trinkets.

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Sludge Life (Terri Vellman): Spring 2020

This game published by Devolver Digital lets you deface and vandalize your surroundings.

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Jason Rodriguez
Jason Rodriguez writes for various websites under the Enthusiast Gaming umbrella -- Destructoid, Flixist, Daily Esports, PlayStation Enthusiast, and PC Invasion. Jason's Steam library has 1,400+ games at the moment so he definitely has a lot of things to talk about. He's also one of only five games journalists from the Philippines. Just kidding. There are definitely more around, but he doesn't know anyone. Mabuhay!

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