Gamers will get flooded with noteworthy titles this year, and some of them will land on multiple platforms.

We compiled a list of the most relevant titles that will roll out in June, regardless if you are in the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or PC team.

Even though some games got delayed until June, it is good to see that developers learned their lesson and are postponing release dates until the end product is worthy of purchase.

PlayStation 4 (PS 3 and PS Vita, where specified)

On June 3, Dangerous Golf and Kick & Fennick land in North America and Europe on PSN. On the same day, One Piece: Burning Blood will be available in Europe via PS4 and PS Vita.

Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book comes to PS4 in both PSN and retail form during June, as well.

June 7 is a rich day that will bring the following titles for PS4: Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book, Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator, Mirror's Edge Catalyst, MXGP2, Paragon: Essentials Edition and Odin Sphere Leifthrasir. The latter goes live on PS3 and PS Vita, as well.

Only one title is scheduled for June 10, and it is Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter. It comes in Europe and North America at the same time, for retail and PSN.

June 14 is the day when the Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited "Dark Brotherhood" DLC hits North America and Europe on PSN.

Valentino Rossi: The Game will be available to gamers in retail and PSN from starting June 16 in Europe.

European owners of PS Vita and PS4 will be able to play Grand Kingdom beginning June 17.

June 21 is another busy day for PS4 gamers, who will be pelleted with launches. The titles of the day are Deadlight: Director's Cut, The Technomancer and Umbrella Corps. 

Two titles deserve special mention.

Mighty No. 9 lands on PS4 and PS3 on June 21 for North America and June 24 for Europe.

No Man's Sky, probably the most anticipated sci-fi exploration game of the year (if not the decade), goes live in North America on June 21 and June 22 in Europe.

On June 24, PS4 and PS Vita players will get their hands on Odin Sphere Leifthrasir. Only PS4 players will be able to play Rocket League: Collector's Edition during that day, though.

June 28 brings no less than five titles, namely God Eater: Resurrection, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness and Zero Time Dilemma.

A number of games have no set release date, but are rumored to be launch-ready in June as well. These are 7 Days to Die, Anima: Gate of Memories, Dino Dini's Kick Off Revival and Lumo. The Star Wars Battlefront "Bespin" DLC is purportedly getting a release during the month.

For more details, check out the official PlayStation page.

Xbox One

June 3 sees the rollout of Daydreamer: Awakened Edition, Dangerous Golf and Carmageddon: Max Damage.

On June 7, Xbox owners get MXGP2, Asetto Corsa and Mirror's Edge Catalyst.

On June 10, Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter lands on Microsoft's console.

Take a breath until June 21, when three titles are in tow: Mighty No. 9 (both the standard and the Collector's Edition) and Deadlight: Director's Cut.

On June 28, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits the shelves.

As with the PS4, a couple of titles are expected to reach the Xbox One in June at an unspecified date. These are Slain, Valentino Rossi: The Game, Ducati: 90th Anniversary and 7 Days to Die.

For more details, check out Xbox One's June schedule.


The so-called "PC Master Race" gets its own list of releases during June.

June 3 brings Dangerous Golf to the platform.

PC gamers will have a poor June 7 compared with their console rivals, as only Mirror's Edge Catalyst comes to the ecosystem.

On June 10, Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter enters the PC realm.

June 21 is by far the busiest day for PC releases, counting No Man's Sky, Umbrella Corps, The Brookhaven Experiment, Deadlight: Director's Cut, The Technomancer and Mighty No. 9.

On June 28, God Eater Resurrection and LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens are rolling out.

Three titles should be PC-ready in June, but no official release date was set for them: Valentino Rossi: The Game, Ducati: 90th Anniversary and Stranger of Sword City.

For more details on the PC releases of June 2016, look at the listing here.

Which of the titles are you most anxious to see on your rig? Let us know in the comment section below.

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