20 New Games for May 2020

You can find a complete list by visiting our dedicated pages for all upcoming PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch games.

Trackmania Nations Remake

Ubisoft’s popular racing series gets its very own remake in the form of a live-service game. A reimagining of 2006’s Trackmania Nations, this Remake will feature notable changes including a Seasonal Campaign and daily track options.

The game’s original version is still available in Steam, but this fresh version is packing more content for players who want to experiment and explore. Trackmania will get the full support of Ubisoft’s team for bringing in a slew of new content in the months to come. Coming this 5th of May on the PC.

Fury Unleashed on PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One

Inspired from notable roguelike titles such as Dead Cells and Rogue Legacy, engage in a gauntlet of procedurally generated levels all while mainting your combo-score and racking up thousands of points.

Fury Unleashed oozes that classic comic-book feel. It encourages players to efficiently eliminate enemies in the fastest time possible. It's relentless, fun and action-packed and it's coming this 8th of May, 2020 for the PC, PlayStation 4, X1 and Switch.


A promising point and click indie game set in a bleak cyberpunk society. Clearly inspired by William Gibson’s popular novels, this adventure game dazzles you with neon lights and clandestine corporate shenanigans.

Make a living off the grid as a tech neophyte. Decrypt a series of mysteries haunting the main protagonist in classic neo-noir fashion. Deal with the many dangers of this technopathic future and separate the real from not real. It’s set to release this 13th of May on the PC.

Best Friend Forever on PC and Switch

This unlikely simulation game combines dating and dogs. Yep, you heard that right. Start a new life with your adorable canine buddy. It’s the first ever dating game that lets you take care of your pet dog, and find the love of your life.

Let your dog do the talking as you walk past the busy streets and find your soulmate. Develop a life-long bond to your dog through training, playing, and going out. Its endless replay value gives you multiple scenarios to discover. Coming this 14th of May for the PC and the Switch.

Those Who Remain on PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One

Horror goes under your skin. Keep your sanity in check in this psychological horror game from Camel 101. Set in an ominous town of Dormont, confront the creeping darkness and uncover the history behind this Lovecraftian dominion.

Navigate around the town cloaked in darkness. Escape from its otherworldly atmosphere as the town constantly shifts the fabric of reality. It’s reminiscent to popular survival horror games like Outlast and Amnesia, the latter of which you have to continually check your sanity. It’s a twisted game of cat versus mouse and it’s coming this 15th of May for the PC, PlayStation 4 and X1.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor on PC, PS4 and Xbox One

Bethesda’s crowning jewel in the MMORPG scene gets its own massive expansion. This year long gothic adventure faces you off against a swarm of bloodthirsty vampires set in the cold wastes of Western Skyrim.

A second installment of the Harrowstorm DLC, Greymoor lets you discover the history of Tamriel with its new antiquities system. Players will also encounter powerful Vampire Lords on their way. In addition to that, new Trials, World Events and Rewards await the seasoned adventurer. It comes out this 18th of May on the PC.

Wasteland 3 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One

The icy hell of post-apocalyptic Colorado isn’t as friendly as it was before in this much-awaited installment to the Wasteland series.

Coming a long way since 1998, this fan-funded project wasn’t an easy task. The party-based RPG is stepping up their game with asynchronous multiplayer, solid single-player experience and strategic turn-based gameplay.

That means whether you want a friend, or not, you still get to taste the horrors and atmosphere of this frozen wasteland. The game is slated for release this May 19th for the PC, PlayStation 4 and X1.

The Wonderful 101: Remastered on PC, PS4 and Switch

It has been a long 7 years. Hideki Kamiya returns with his renowned and colorful ‘unite action’ adventure game. All that social media blocking gave him enough time for this dazzling remaster.

Defend the Earth from all manner of extraterrestrial threats. Select from a team of superpowered heroes with quirky personalities and spectacular abilities. Expect a huge improvement from its original which includes a smooth visual update and a controls rework. It’s set to release this 19th of May for the Nintendo Switch, the PC and PlayStation 4.

If Found…

Annapurna Interactive’s latest title continues to experiment with the visual novel formula. This interactive journey tells the story of a young girl trying to make her way home. Its vibrant presentation of colors and hand-drawn art makes every minute of this game absorbing.

It features a variety of puzzle mechanics that doesn’t really take much of your time. Simply enjoy the magical moments this indie entry has to offer as it comes out this 19th of May for the PC.

Tesla Force: United Scientists Army

Who needs magic when you have the optimum power of science at your side? Tesla Force is the biggest ensemble of genius oddballs that shaped the future of humanity. Follow Nikola Tesla, HP Lovecraft, Marie Curie and Mary Shelley in a valiant effort to eliminate an army of cosmic horrors in classic top-down perspective.

Its endless roguelite mechanic takes you to randomly generated levels packed with hundreds of monsters and weapons for you to discover. With a collective effort of over 1000 IQ, not even otherworldly threats can faze them. Coming this 20th of May on the PC.

Maneater on PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One

Watch out boy, he’ll chew you up. Play as a maneating shark in this underwater action-adventure game from Tripwire Interactive. Remember those old flash games where you get to play as a hungry shark devouring people? This is basically the same, but with more stuff to eat and aquatic rage to unleash.

With the power of your steel jaws, munch unsuspecting civilians around the Gulf Coast and watch them cry in fear. The game doesn’t take itself too seriously, if you want to perform some crazy shark-eating skills, the entire coast is your playground. It’s coming this 22nd of May on the PC, PlayStation 4, X1 and the Nintendo Switch.

Sword Art Online: Alicization Lycoris on PC, PS4 and Xbox One

Fans of the series can finally witness the videogame anime in actual videogame format. Assume control of Kirito as he goes on a quest inside the Underworld, a mysterious virtual world in SAO’s Alicization arc. Gameplay is as intense as ever, especially with its stunning new visuals.

Featuring themes of sadness, passion, and reunion, enter an expansive world where AI’s behave like humans. And like the Anime, meet your favorite SAO characters including Eugeo, Alice and so much more. It’s coming out this 22nd of May for the PC, PlayStation 4 and X1.

Saints Row: The Third Remastered on PC, PS4 and Xbox One

Return to the hilarious universe of Deep Silver’s open-world game. This Remastered version offers an improved performance for the modern consoles, however, the PS4 and X1 might have to make do with its 30 frames per second lock.

The PC version, however, gets the full powered-up experience with more graphical freedom and zany gangster shenanigans. It’s coming out this 22nd of May.

Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen on PS4 and Vita

From NIS America, this Remake of a PlayStation classic is coming to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Uncover the origins of the Utawarerumono as it finally launches to Western shores.

Awaken into a mysterious world where you encounter strange and friendly villagers who show you their ways. Serving as a prequel to the main titles, this features every typical JRPG story where you protect your beloved place from harm’s way and meet a wide cast of characters with traumatic pasts. There aren’t many details about this game as of the moment, but it’s slated to come out this 26th of May for the PlayStation 4 as of the moment.

Minecraft: Dungeons, PS4, Switch and Xbox One

Mojang’s voxel-based universe continues to evolve. This brand new Minecraft title isn’t all about boxes and cubes anymore, it’s an action-adventure that takes its inspiration from notable dungeon-crawling RPGs like Diablo and Divinity.

Personalize your character and enter into a treacherous dungeon filled with monsters you’ve come to expect and more in a Minecraft game. Call your buddies and enjoy the crazy world Minecraft has to offer. Originally planned for an April release, it was pushed back to May 26 for the PC, PS4, X1 and Switch.

Atomicrops on PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One

Raw Fury’s latest title takes ‘farming simulator’ to a whole new level. Defend your farm from a massive horde of radioactive crops. Scavenge the nuclear wasteland in search for important resources and cultivate your own flora to fight fire with fire.

With a touch of roguelite mechanics, each level presents procedurally generated scenarios packed with surprises and twists. Coming this 28th of May.

Borderlands Legendary Collection

Gearbox’s debut to Nintendo’s hybrid console gives you three of their celebrated titles in one package. This three-game collection includes Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition, Borderlands 2, and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. Unfortunately, the fresh Borderlands 3 won’t be joining this one… yet.

Each title contains all the craziest DLCs and Bonus Content. It’s coming this May 29.

Adam’s Venture Origins on PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One

A reimagining of the 2009 episodic title, this Remake takes you into a globetrotting adventure with Adam and Evelyn as they uncover ancient mysteries and collect relics. Unravel the secret of Eden and solve a myriad of puzzles ranging from the complex to the downright simple.

If you’re into Uncharted or Tomb Raider, Adam’s Venture Origins is a great entry to the adventure genre. Coming this May 29, 2020 on the Nintendo Switch.

Nerved on PC, PS4 and Switch

This first-person psychological horror game is very much like any other horror stories out there. Play as a Paranormal Investigator searching for clues in a large, eerie forest.

If you’re familiar with Slenderman or Outlast, you’ll know the more you explore its decrepit zones, the world gets increasingly demented with more eyes staring back at you in every dark corner. Its fragmented story becomes clear the longer you play the game, just don’t let its chilling audio get to your nerves. Initially planned to release this month, it was delayed to May 29.

Fast & Furious: Crossroads on PC, PS4 and Xbox One

If Naughty Dog’s The Last Of Us sequel has everyone dying with anticipation, this questionable Fast & Furious game is something no one asked for. We could be wrong, though, but just look at that trailer. It looks like it came out of PlayStation 2’s glory days.

In Crossroads, you get to play your favorite Fast & Curious characters which includes Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez. Participate in high-speed heists and show off those death-defying stunts in this adrenaline-fueled action game. Coming sometime this May for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.