Summer 2022: the greatest video games: Digimon Survive, The Quarry and More

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Summer is the perfect time to try a new video game. There’s nothing like playing through your favorite remastered RPG strategy game or a new horror title to beat the summer heat. And this year’s summertime video game release definitely don’t disappoint.

Our editorial staff has chosen each product independently. Some links to items on this website may earn us commissions. Promotions are subject to store restrictions and availability. There always appears to be a fresh and intriguing game in production with so many indie and huge franchise game creators. There are a tonne of amazing games coming out this summer for the Sony PS5, Sony PS4, Microsoft Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch, regardless of your favourite gaming system.

Highlights

  • Explore Nortander in this remake of the third installment of this RPG and RTS-style game. After a ban on magic has been enacted, you can command 4 different playable characters at a time, establish multiple bases and learn new abilities to prevent another war from breaking out. This remastered version of your favorite game comes to the PS4 and Xbox Series X and Series S on June 7.

  • June, July and August have an array of great video game titles for every kind of player. There are new releases for fans of the Mario Bros. franchise, action-packed fighting style games, nostalgia-induced titles for the Digimon fans and a lot more. This season’s video game releases range from every genre, including fantasy RPG games like Xenoblade Chronicles 3, sports games like Matchpoint – Tennis Championships and even fan-favorite fighting-style titles like Capcom Fight Collection.

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