The Biggest New Games Launching the Week of 6/5/23 • AIPT

Spring is the air, and the outside world beckons with warm weather and sunshine. But that won’t stop gamers from sticking around and checking out some new video games! While The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has caught almost everyone’s attention this year, June still has plenty of exciting new releases to play and fall in love with.

Let’s see what video games are hitting stores this week.

Harmony: The Fall of Reverie (June 8)

Platforms: PC, Switch

Harmony: The Fall of Reverie is a wonderfully animated visual novel of Life is strange developer No nod. You will play as Polly, a young woman who discovers that she has clairvoyant powers. Those powers of hers take her to a different world where she is known as Harmony, and it is there that she guards the fate of humanity from both worlds. There are several branching decisions that Harmony will make, and her powers will offer players glimpses into the outcomes and consequences of those decisions. Harmony: The Fall of Reverie launches on Switch and PC this week and the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S editions will launch later this month on June 22.

MotoGP 23 (6/8)

Platforms: PC, PS4, PS, Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Get on the bike of your favorite driver and race to the finish line in MotoGP 23. Includes the riders of the 2023 season and the MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3 and MotoE circuits. You can also create your own motorist and rise through the ranks to become the world champion.

Diablo IV (6/5)

Platforms: PC, PS4, PS, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Diablo IV It’s already off to a great start with many critics lavishing it with praise. Create your characters from one of the five classes (barbarian, druid, necromancer, rogue and sorcerer), gather your friends and prepare to face the demon Lilith. Diablo IV it will feature the loot-focused dungeon crawl the series is known for, while adding open world and PVP combat. Due to the open map, the story can be completed in any order and the enemies scale based on your level, which means that you will always be offered a challenge. While Diablo IV It can be played alone, unfortunately it always requires an internet connection to play.

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