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Gaming News Leftovers for June 2018

Posted by Jason on July 2, 2018 at 6:20 AM

Cat Quest II revealed for Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch

The arch-rivals in the Cat gaming world have finally decided to join paws. The eagerly anticipated Cat Quest II has been officially confirmed to play on Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch platforms. The game follows on from the massive success of its predecessor allowing the creators at Gentlebros to build on the story of the world of Felingard— a fantastic world dominated by adorable cats.

Cat Quest II tells a story of a major threat from an existing war between the cats of Felingard and the Lupus Empire. Circumstances forces the two rivals to come together against their will and match forward towards an adventurous journey of discovery. The lingering question revolves around whether the two rivals will be able to establish and manage to put aside their differences to bring lasting peace to their worlds. The game will undoubtedly retain its addictive adventure and thrilling combat mechanics of the original Cat Quest with significant improvement on nearly every aspect such as:

  • A brand new set of adventurous tale in Felingard and beyond
  • Modern weaponry to enhance combat experience.
  • New features and abilities.
  • New switch and co-play gameplay modes.

No more cross-play of Fortnite between Nintendo Switch and PS4 players

Sony is blocking the cross-play, but fans can still play on Xbox One, Mac, PC, and mobile players. Fortnite was developed as an online free-to-play game. Although the game supports syncing, the concern about whether the Switch players will enjoy the privilege of cross-playing with the counterparts on other platforms was addressed on Twitter by Nick Chester; the game PR representative. According to Nick, Fortnite will support cross-play with all other platforms but PlayStation 4. This aligns with past implementations where Sony has been seen to block other console platforms from cross-playing with its own.

It's unfortunate that PS4 players of Fortnite will be locked out of their Epic accounts on the Switch since it is tied up with the user's PSN username. This means that the players will no longer have the weekly progress or access to any of the game's skins or emotes. If wondering why such choice was made and how Sony will gain from it, well, it's about how console exclusivity works, and a means to eliminate an existential threat to its dominance in the industry.

Epic Games Release Dates June 2018: Here's What's to Expect for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch

A new month is a few hours away, which means a full packed slate of games is on the top shelves. Between the excitement of epic games on the horizon and this month's releases, video gamers have a lot to look forward to. It seems that there are notable titles that arrived across all platforms, and more are scheduled to hit the market this coming month. As number one fun, we have rounded up a compressive list of the biggest and best games launching this month, delineating for you a handy way to keep track of what PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch has prepared for you this June.

Jurassic World Evolution — {PC, PS4, and Xbox One}

The game arrived on the three major platforms on June 12. Just like the movie, the game is theme parked with Dinosaur Management Pandemonium that pushes players into running their own Jurassic Park. Jurassic World Evolution give players the option of choosing the types of dinosaurs they'd prefer to create and the types of attraction amenities they'd like to build for their guests. Subsequently, the game features Jeff Goldblum playing his role of Dr. Ian Malcolm.

Mario Tennis Aces {Nintendo Switch} — June 22

The release of Mario Tennis Aces on June 22 is the biggest Switch leftover gaming news for June. Mario's first sports game arrived on Nintendo's latest console. It was developed by Camelot, the mega-studio that has developed the entire series of Mario Tennis games. The Ace version majors on new and cool features such as power zone shots and time-slowing zone speed. The game also features a first story mode and fascinating characters, which has dominated the series since the introduction of Mario Tennis: Power Tour. Additionally, the game has a cool Eshop pre-order bonuses to gamers in certain regions.

The Crew 2 {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}—June 29

The Crew 2 rounds up leftover gaming news release date for June. Ubisoft's biggest release arrives on Xbox One, PS4, and PC on June 29 with a fantastic open-world car sports racing game. It develops from its predecessor with some improvements and a couple of new mechanics such as vehicle transformations, Jetsprint, Grand Prix racing, and motocross. The Crew 2 comes with amazing features as players can switch between vehicles, planes, boats, and other cars across different types of geographical topography.

Full June Release Schedule

June 4: The Piano (PC)

June 5:

Aragami: Shadow Edition {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Onrush {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Vampyr {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Far Cry 5: Hours of Darkness {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

DLC {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Shape of the World {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Awkward {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr {PC}

BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle {PS4 and Switch in the United States}

June 6: Antigraviator {PC}

June 7:

MotoGP 18 {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Catch & Release {PC}

Gray Dawn {PC}

June 8:

Crying is not Enough {PC}

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido {Switch}

Nobunaga's Ambition: Taishi {PC and PS4}

Scheming Through The Zombie Apocalypse: The Beginning {PC}

June 9:

Unravel 2 {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

June 10: Fallout Shelter (PS4 and Switch}

June 12:

Hollow Knight {Switch}

Fortnite {Switch}

Jurassic World Evolution {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Omega Strike (PS4 and Xbox One}

Super Bomberman R {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Paladins {Switch}

Tennis World Tour {PC and Switch}

June 14:

Sky Noon – Steam Early Access {PC}

Wreckfest official launch {PC}

June 15:

LEGO The Incredibles {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

June 19:

Haimrik {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Anima: Gate of Memories – The Nameless Chronicles {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

June 21:

Lost in Harmony {PC and Switch}

June 22:

Mario Tennis Aces {Switch}

PUBG Sanhok Map {Xbox and PC}

New Gundam Breaker {PS4}

June 25:

Another World {Switch}

June 26:

Far Cry 3 Classic Edition PUBG Sanhok Map {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Lumines Remastered {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

de Blob {Switch}

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle – Donkey Kong Adventure {Switch}

Nier: Automata – Become as Gods Edition {Xbox One}

June 28:

Fighting EX Layer {PS4}

June 29:

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus {Switch}

The Crew 2 {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

MXGP PRO {Xbox One, PS4, and PC}

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